All posts tagged: Recipe

#Recipe| Smoked Pork and Beef With Mushroom Recipe For New Year Special

It’s a new year, and with New Year celebrations, good food is a must! This New Year, we got some mouth-watering smoked meat recipe which we’re sure you’ll enjoy. Read below to learn the recipe and make some for yourself this year. Ingredients: 2 cups of smoked beef and pork (chopped) 2 Tomatoes (chopped) 8-9 sliced green chillies 7-8 spring garlic 1/2 cup chopped garlic 1/4 cup fermented bamboo-shoot water 1 cup oyster mushroom (or any mushroom of your choice) How to cook: Put all the ingredients (except the spring garlic) in a pot. Add 3 cups of water. Add salt to taste Cook till all the water reduces. Add spring garlic. Let it cook over low flame for about 5 minutes. Remove from heat.


Title: RECIPE | Quick & Healthy South Indian Snack Called Appey

For when you want a quick yet healthy snack to munch on, try out this recipe of vegetarian Appey, submitted by Sangeeta Dubey from Allahabad. Her personal favourite for breakfast and evening snack, she picked up this recipe when she was travelling in South India. Appey is made with sooji (rava or semolina) and fresh veggies, and requires little oil. Things needed to make the batter: 2 cup rava/sooji/semolina 1 cup curd 1 tbsp salt 1 cup water 1 cup finely chopped vegetables (like capsicum, cabbage, onion, tomato, grated carrots, and peas) 1 tsp fine chopped green chilli 1 tsp salt 1/4 tsp red chilli powder Oil for greasing How to make it: 1. Mix batter ingredients well and leave it for 30 mins or more. 2. After 30 minutes, add eno and mix it well again. Start greasing the appey pan. 3. Fill 1-1 tbsp batter in appey mold. 4. Press the batter and again add 2-2 tbsp batter on filling. 5. Now cover the pan for a couple of minutes until under side …


#Recipe | Wai Wai Snack With Chickpeas

Wai Wai always comes in handy when you want to try out new recipes. It never disappoints, whether it’s cooking or savouring it. Today we have another Wai Wai recipe contributed by Rachel, which you can make easily at the comforts of your home with easily available ingredients. It makes for an easy yet delicious snack for any time of the day. Ingredients: 1 Waiwai 1 King Chilli 1 Tomato Half an Onion Chickpeas Carrots(Optional) How to make: Soak chickpeas overnight Slice onion, tomato, and carrots. Crush the King Chilli. Fry the onion, tomato, and carrot together for 5 mins. Put the crushed king chilli in and fry for 1 minute. Put chickpeas in. Fry for 10 mins. Keep stirring. Take out from heat. Crush waiwai, mix with the fried ingredients and enjoy.  


#Recipe | Khuvie Chutney Made With Tomato & Meat

Whenever you’re in a hurry but need to prepare a meal, simply make this spicy and tasteful Khuvie chutney. This simple recipe is a lifesaver for most people who don’t have enough time to cook extravagant dishes. The ‘Khuvie Chutney’ is a well known chutney and is mostly enjoyed with simple dishes like dal, or boiled curries. Read below to learn how to make the it. Ingredients you’ll need : 1 or more King Chilli (depending on your spice intake) 1 tree tomato 4-5 stalks of spring onions (khuvie) Shredded dried meat Salt to taste Directions to make : You can either roast the tree tomato or keep it raw. If you choose to roast it, roast the tree tomato over the stove, or the fireplace. Do not let it burn or over roast it. Keep it slightly raw, so that you get its flavour. Shred the dried meat into pieces and keep it in a bowl. Cut the spring onions into slightly smaller pieces. Crush the King Chilli with the added salt, until it …


#RECIPE | Manipuri Smoked Fish Curry Recipe by Kupatia Keishing

Weekends are the perfect time for family gatherings and dinners, and what better way to treat your loved ones than with a delicious meal? Today, we have Kupatia Keishing from Manipur, who will be sharing his simple and easy recipe for smoked fish curry. Simple to make, and easily one of our favorites go-to fish chutney/curry. INGREDIENTS Smoked fish Potatoes Onion Tomatoes Garlic Ginger Coriander leaves Cilantro leaves (Burma Dhania). Directions to Cook: Stir fry some finely chopped onions until they turn golden brown. Add half a teaspoon of turmeric powder. Add the chopped potatoes and fry for about 7 minutes with some green chilies (if necessary). Add tomato slices and roughly pounded garlic and stir fry for about 5 minutes, with a teaspoon full of chilly powder, and salt to taste. After a couple of minutes add water and ginger and let it boil for about 10 minutes. Take some pieces of potato and mash them to make a thick gravy. Add the finely cut or shredded pieces of smoked fish and cilantro leaves, …

#RECIPE | Urad Dal Pakodas, an Exclusive Pahadi Recipe For Festivals by Navendu Raturi

We are excited to present to you today, ‘Urad dal ki Pakodi’, all the way from the Uttarakhand. Our Recipe maker Navendu Raturi is a doctor and social worker living in Dehradun. He originally belongs to the Pauri Garhwal District of Uttarakhand. Since it is the festive season of Diwali – he has given an exclusive recipe to the R&L team to help us share the festival spirit with a Garhwali festival essential.  Navendu holds his culture dear, even though he was in Mumbai for work for a few years he couldn’t stay away from the mountains and it’s culture, to stay rooted he began his Instagram page @insta_pahadi and avidly showcases the pahadi culture, food and tradition of Uttarakhand. ‘Urad dal ki pakodi’ is a tasty treat made on every auspicious occasion – marriages, birthdays, Mundan, and also Diwali. Urad is considered an auspicious grain in Uttarakhand. Therefore a celebration is never complete without a little bit of a binge. Ingredients (Serves: 4, Total Time: 20 mins) 3 cups of split urad dal with cover …


#RECIPE | Axone With Smoked Pork and Perilla by Avi Rochill

Festive season is just about to kick in and preparing a delicious meal is almost every household’s ritual! Today we have a delicious axone recipe with smoked pork and perilla by Avi Rochill. This recipe uses a traditional Naga ingredient to create a sumptuous meal that’s ideal for when you want to treat yourself or even when you have guests over! Ingredients : 4 medium sized smoked pork (500 grams) 1/2 or 1 full slab of axone (depending on how thick you want the curry to be) 10 to 15 pieces of local green chillies 1 large juicy red tomato 15 pieces of sichuan pepper (roasted and pounded) Perilla seeds (40mg- roasted and pounded) Salt to taste    1. In thick bottomed pot, add all the ingredients together except for the perilla seeds. Add just enough water to cover the meat and slow cook in a medium flame. 2. Add the pounded perilla seeds once the meat is half cooked ( around 15 mins approx). 3. Keep adding water in small quantities until the meat …


#RECIPE | Spicy Naga Fried Pork by Lilia Jimomi

Introducing a special recipe for today, brought to you by Lilia Jimomi, an esteemed food enthusiast who manages an exclusive Instagram food account. For the first time ever, she is sharing her favorite recipe: Spicy Naga Fried Pork! This dish incorporates traditional Naga ingredients, resulting in an explosion of flavors. The best part is that it requires minimal ingredients and can be prepared quickly, allowing you to enjoy a delightful Naga meal in just a matter of minutes. Ingredients 1 kg sliced pork 1 tablespoon paprika 3 tablespoons coarse-ground local chili powder 2 cups water 1 tablespoon ground Zanthoxylum powder (roasted in a pan for a few minutes before grinding) Salt to taste Roasted Zanthoxylum powder and local chili powder Instructions Fill a cooking pot with water and place the pork inside. Turn on the stove; add salt and paprika for color. Bring the water to a boil, then cover the pot and simmer gently until the pork becomes tender. If needed, add small amounts of water as required. Once the pork is tender, remove …


#RECIPE | Korean Kimchi Recipe by Imkong from Dimapur, Nagaland

Sometimes the best dishes are the easiest to make! Today we have one such recipe called Korean Kimchi. Contributed by Mr Imkong, the dish requires a few simple ingredients and sauces. Healthy and easy-to-cook, we use napa cabbage, carrots, and other vegetables along with rice flour to make it. This is definitely going to win hearts!  Ingredients  2. 5 kg of Napa cabbage, cut into 2 or 3 inches  2 carrots, cut into matchstick strips  2 radish, cut into matchstick strips Spring onions White onions Chives Garlic Ginger Chilli powder  Salt  Sticky rice flour(can either use plain flour) Sugar  Fish sauce Instructions 1. Cut the cabbage and wash it thoroughly with clean water, add one and a half cup of salt and mix it thoroughly and marinate it for at least 3 hours or more. Don’t forget to toss it every 20 or 30 minutes and drain the excess water it gives out as it gets marinated in the salt. After it has been marinated, again wash it thoroughly with water and squish out all …

#Recipe | Drumstick And Raw Mango Curry By Lubna Karim From Guntur, Andhra Pradesh

Lubna Karim from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, started her own food blog ‘Yummy Food’ to journal the recipes she created. Looking at the brilliant response she got from readers, she went on to devote herself full-time into creating recipes, food styling and food photography.  To kick start our weekend, Lubna brings to us one of her most personal recipes. It’s a traditional Andhra recipe made with fresh seasonal ingredients — Drumstick and Raw Mango Curry or Sojni ki Munagakaya Mamidikaya Pulusu. This recipe was passed down from her mother-in-law, whom she bonds over cooking!  Authentic Andhra Cuisine is usually vegetarian/vegan and known for its combination of tanginess and spices. The raw green mangoes available in Andhra during summers have that special sharp-flavour which, when absorbed by the drumstick, tastes extremely delicious. INGREDIENTS: 3 drumsticks (munagakaya), peeled and cut into 3” inch long even pieces 1 onion, finely sliced ½ medium sized raw mango (mamidikaya), peeled and cut into cubes 2 green chilies cut into half 1 tbsp red chili powder ½ tbsp turmeric powder ¼ tbsp …