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mystery-girl
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Pakoray-Spicy Recipe Reply with quote
Pakoray-Spicy Recipe

Ingredients
1 cup besan flour
1 cup water
1 small onion - chopped
½ tsp. salt
¼ tsp. cumin seeds (Zeera)
2-3 green chilies
2 tsp. crushed red chilies
1 small potato finely chopped
½ cup finely chopped spinach
1 pinch soda
½ tsp. whole coriander (Dhaniya) seeds
1 cup oil for frying

Instructions
Mix together the basen with the water and form a thick paste. Add the salt and chili powder and mix well.
Add all other ingredients and mix. Heat the oil for deep frying. Using a teaspoon drop spoonful of paste in the oil to forms balls. Fry till golden brown.

Serve with mint chutney, garlic chutney, tomato ketchup or garlic sauce.

Serving: 3 to 4 persons
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Spiced Pears and Pomegranate Reply with quote
INGREDIENTS (Nutrition)
3 pears - peeled, cored and cut into wedges
1 pomegranate, skin and light-colored membrane removed
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
2 tablespoons light brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
2 tablespoons finely chopped almonds (optional)
4 sprigs fresh mint leaves for garnish (optional)


DIRECTIONS
Place the sliced pears and pomegranate seeds into a bowl. Toss with lemon juice to coat. Combine the brown sugar, nutmeg, and cinnamon in a small cup or bowl, then mix into the fruit. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour before serving to blend the flavors. Serve in individual dishes, and garnish with a sprinkling of chopped almonds and a sprig of mint.
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Good job

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thnx...but abh aap bhi tou apnay cooking kay karnamay dekhen
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ahmet2910 wrote:
RAMAZAN IS BASICALLY A PROGRAMME OF NATURAL DIETING

UNFORTUNATELY, TODAYS MUSLIMS HAVE TOTALLY CHANGED THIS THEORY
IN RAMAZAN NOW WE TRY TO FIND OUT
HOW MUCH MORE CAN WE EAT

OFCOURSE ALL THESE RECIPES DO MAKE ONE EAT AND OVEREAT

IN RAMAZAN WE SHOULD EAT MORE AND MORE SIMPLE FOOD

JUST LOOK AT THE IFTAR IN A NORMAL PAKISTANI HOUSE
THEY USUALLY DONT EAT AS MUCH EVERY EVENING, THAT THEY EAT NOW IN IFTAR

RAMAZAN IS NO MORE A PROGRAMME OF NATURAL DIETING
RAMAZAN IS NOW A MONTH TO OVEREAT


THANKS TO THE MUSLIMS



Who said that Ramazan is the month of overeat or sumthing like eat ?

well... i m so sad on you that u don't understand the meanings of Ramzan !

and now i m thinking that u r not a muslim and don't aware about the Blessings of Ramzan !

ramzan is not a month of sumthing like dieting or natural dieting and not sumthing like overeat !

Ramzan is the month of blessings which we can adopt from Allah ! and apne aap ko bakhshwane k liye !

and this eating is all related to Ramzan !

Mr. try to learn and then come here to say sumthing otherwise go on ur way where u are going ! i pray to Allah that he show u tha right way ! Ameen !
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Who said that Ramazan is the month of overeat or sumthing like eat ?

well... i m so sad on you that u don't understand the meanings of Ramzan !

and now i m thinking that u r not a muslim and don't aware about the Blessings of Ramzan !

ramzan is not a month of sumthing like dieting or natural dieting and not sumthing like overeat !

Ramzan is the month of blessings which we can adopt from Allah ! and apne aap ko bakhshwane k liye !

and this eating is all related to Ramzan !

Mr. try to learn and then come here to say sumthing otherwise go on ur way where u are going ! i pray to Allah that he show u tha right way ! Ameen [/quote]



WELL IF YOU DONT WANT TO UNDERSTAND WHAT I HAVE WRITTEN
WHAT CAN I SAY
I DONT WANT TO ARGUE ANY MORE
BUT ATLEAST I WILL FINISH THIS TOPIC WITH THE FOLLOWING OBSERVATION OF MINE

ONE DAY WILL COME WHEN YOU WILL UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYTHING SAID BY ALLAH HAS GOT HIKMET (REASON) BEHIND IT
AND EVERYTHING THAT HAS COME FROM ALLAH IS IN THE FAVOUR AND FOR BETTERMENT OF THE HUMAN BEING
AND HEALTH OF THE HUMAN BEINGS IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ITEMS THAT ALLAH CAN NEVER FORGET TO GUIDE
ALLAH DOES NOT WANT THE HUMAN BEINGS TO SUFFER BY OVEREATING
SO THE MONTH OF RAMAZAN IS THEIR TO BALANCE OUR EATING HABITS



UNFORTUNATELY, YOU LOOKED AT THE TOPIC OF RAMAZAN JUST FROM ONE SIDE
AND I TRIED TO LOOK FROM OTHER SIDES ALSO

THERES NOTHING TO GET EXCITED IF YOU FIND SOMEBODY COMING UP WITH SOME OBSERVATION THAT YOU DONT LIKE

REMAIN CALM BECAUSE IT WILL IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH

ITS LIFE...........


MAY GOD BLESS YOU

I AM SORRY IF MY VIEWS HAVE HURT YOUR FEELINGS
BUT I STAND FULLY BEHIND WHAT I HAVE SAID
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thanks heaps.
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thnx...but abh aap bhi tou apnay cooking kay karnamay dekhen


me ?

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kuch bhi nhi pata cookin kai baaray mai Sad

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u guys are doing a good job in posting recipies! Its good ideas for aftari and sehri...

i cant think of any recipies right now...but i have a really good recipe for strawberry smoothie:

for one person..

- 6-7 frozen strawberries, blueberry or any other berry..eventually fresh, but then u can have ice cubes...best with frozen berries.
- 3 big spoons of youghurt...
- 1/2 banana
- 2-3 spoons of orangejuice..

mix everything in a blender. You must blend for a quite long time....Voila...a nice and light smoothie...its not very heavy so perfect for aftari..

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kuch bhi nhi pata cookin kai baaray mai Sad
awww kuin nahin ahat?
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nice recipe serenity thnx for sharing
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Anni Ali wrote:
nice recipe serenity thnx for sharing


your welcome =)

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Mudessir wrote:
kuch bhi nhi pata cookin kai baaray mai Sad
awww kuin nahin ahat?


kbhi try nhi kiya na is liye

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pampered kids... Evil or Very Mad
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Thanks for the recipes.
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pampered kids... Evil or Very Mad


Confused
what exactly u mean by this
kush samjh nhi aya ?

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i mean u r pampered kid...who dont know how to coook
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no no no no i m not
bus kbhi try nhi kiya aik baar kitchen mai enter honay ki baat hai sub kuch cook kar loo gaa

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Good Sharing Serenity ! Wink
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Meat Curry with Rice Balls Reply with quote
Ingredients :

Water - 1--1/2 glass

Rice powder - 1 cup

Salt - 1/4 tsp

Mutton - 1 kg

Ginger (add while cooking) -1/2" piece

Turmeric - 1/4 tsp

Ginger - 11/2"piece

Garlic - 1 pod

Onion - 1 big

Tomato - 2 medium size

Garam masala - 1 tbs

Coconut milk - 3 glass

Coriander - to decorate

Oil - 2tbs



Method of Preparation :

Take 1-1/2 glass of water and add 1/4tsp salt to it and let it boil. When it boils, lower the flame and add fine rice powder and mix well with a spatula and make it a soft dough. When it is slightly cool, shape into small balls and again put it in boiling water and cook it for few minutes. Remove the rice balls from the water. Keep it aside.

Cook mutton pieces with ginger, turmeric and salt for about 15 minutes. In a pan, heat oil and season ginger-garlic paste, sliced onion pieces, garam masala powder and tomato pieces. When it is done, add cooked meat to it and let it boil for about 5 minutes. When it boils well, add the rice balls and three glasses of thick coconut milk. The meat pieces and the rice balls should be soaked in the gravy. If the gravy is not sufficient we can add the water in which the rice balls are cooked. Garnish with fresh coriander leaves and serve hot.
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Ingredients :

1. Fish - 1kg

2. Basmati rice - 1 kg

3. Big onion - 1 kg

4. Ghee - 400gm

5. Tomato - 1/2 kg

6. Crushed Ginger, green chilli, garlic - 1 cup

7. Coriander leaves, Mint leaves - 1/2 cup

8. Cashewnuts, Kismis (raisins) - 100gm each

9. Turmeric Powder - 1 tsp

10. Chilly powder - 1 tbs

11. Salt - as required

12. Lemon juice - Of 2 lemon

13. Curry masala - 2 tsp

14. Oil - as required




Method of Preparation:

Slice fish into medium pieces breadth wise. Marinate the fish with salt, chilli and turmeric powder. Shallow fry and keep aside.

Clean rice and drain well. Cook the rice in thrice the quantity of water after adding sufficient salt and turmeric powder, until 3/4th cooked. Sprinkle curry masala over it.

Sauté half the quantity of onion in a little ghee until golden brown. Like wise, fry cashew nuts and kismis (raisins) in ghee and keep aside.

Sauté the remaining onions in ghee, add the crushed ingredients and tomato. Add sufficient salt and lemon juice to it.

Take a large vessel put a layer of rice at the bottom, then spread a layer of sautéed masala, fried fish, coriander leaves and mint leaves, then put some more rice over it as next layer and repeat till all the ingredients are over. Garnish with onion, cashew nuts and kismis (raisins). Close the vessel with a tight lid and place some burning coal on top and bottom and cook for half an hour. OR Place the biriyani in an oven and bake until the top gets brown. Serve hot with salad.
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Ingredients :

Chicken - 1/2 kg

Mutton - 1/4 kg

Curd - 1 cup

Milk - 1 cup

Rice - 1/2 kg

Eggs - 2 no's

Onions - 3 no's

Shelled green peas - 1/2 cup

Garlic - 1 pod

Big piece of ginger - 1

Rose water

Oil for frying

Salt - to taste




Method of Preparation :

Wash rice and soak in water for 15 minutes. Cook it with salt and water.

Clean and cut the mutton into cubes and joint chicken. Boil the eggs and keep aside. Boil green peas with salt and keep aside. Slice the onion. Grind ginger and garlic to a smooth paste. Heat ghee in a frying pan. Add onions, ginger, garlic paste and fry well. Add mutton pieces and fry for a few minutes. Add jointed chicken and fry well. Add 3 cups of water and salt to taste and cook on a slow fire until the meat is tender and only 1/3 of the gravy is left.

Add some more ghee and add well beaten curds. Cook on a slow fire until the curd gets absorbed by the meat. Add 1 teaspoon of rose water after this has cooled. Take a heavy bottomed vessel and arranged alternate layers of rice cooked meat, making sure that the first and last layer consist of rice. Place in an oven and cook until the rice grains are separate. Serve garnished with fried onions, quartered hard, boiled eggs and boiled green peas.
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