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  • Today I tried (for the first time) making chicken noodle soup. Using the meat of a whole small chicken (on the side trying to learn deboning them while still all intact for things like roasts - still failing miserably at the intact part!), carrot, spring onion, crushed up instant noodles and seasonings turned out quite well. Just about made 4 serves.


    • Today, I cooked french toast and bacon for breakfast , roasted chicken for lunch and salad and beef steak.


      • Fry 250g minced beef in olive oil in a large frying pan, adding some pepper near the end.
        Remove beef, reduce the heat, and add a little more oil if necessary.
        Put 1 dried chili, 2 chopped onions, 2 chopped bell peppers, 50g chopped leek in the pan and fry.
        Add 1 cup basmati rice and fry for a little bit longer.
        Fill up the pan with 2 cups vegetable stock, 70g concentrated tomato paste, salt (unless your stock is already quite salty), curcuma and paprika powder. Stir well so that the tomato paste disolves.
        Put a lid on the pan and let simmer on low heat for 10-15 minutes, until the rice has soaked up the liquid.
        Put the beef back in at the end.
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        • I did sea bream thats my favorite one..IMG_7840-1050x700.jpg
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          • I cooked onion fried egg roti with channa gravy today ??If any one interested tell ill post that recipe
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            • Can you post this recipe but in the Vegetarian section.
              “If you are afraid of butter, use cream.”
              – Julia Child


              • Kaprow Rice
                Leftover Cooked Rice - 1cup
                Eggs -2
                Chicken -50gms
                Basil Leaves - a few
                Leftover Vegetables - 1cup (Peppers, mushroom, carrots etc)
                Tom kha/ tom yum paste - 2 tbsp
                Soy sauce - 1 tsp
                Oyster sauce - 1 tbsp
                Oil- 2-3 tbsp
                Minced garlic - 2-3 tbsp

                How to make this recipe

                Season the eggs with salt and scramble in a work & keep aside. Heat oil again in the same work, add
                minced garlic, tom yum or tom kha pasta, soy sauce, oyster sauce and the diced chicken. Keep stirring on a high flame till the chicken is cooked. Throw in rice, all the vegetables, basil leaves and season with salt & pepper. Add the scrambled egg, stir well and serve your all in one kapow rice.

                Last edited by Namrata Kulkarni; 03-28-2017, 12:08 AM.
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                • Pizza (4 minutes on pizza stone at 550°F convection bake)

                  Cherry Turnovers

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                  • Grilled sirloin steak - 10 minutes on side, 5 on the other - with baby boiled potatoes and boiled peas and sweetcorn.


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