Honey Chilli Fries
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  • 06

    Oct

Its during occasions and festivals that we host a grandeur dinner, lunch or meal which consists of different courses. Typically most of us do a four course dinner whether its at home or at a fixed venue. Today before I start with the dish of the day, I would like to give a brief intro […]

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Hummus
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  • 11

    Aug

The word hummus, (which has various spellings) is an Arabic word meaning “chickpea.” Hummus is a Levantine Arab dip or spread that is made from chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans) that have been cooked and mashed, then blended with tahini (a paste made from sesame seeds), olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and salt. Chickpeas […]

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Dynamite Shrimps
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  • 05

    Aug

PREPARATION P.F. Chang’s dynamite shrimps are the inspiration for this dish. Shrimps are the most preferred sea food in my house. It is mandatory to have shrimps once a week either for dinner or lunch. Each time, I try out different cuisines with shrimps. Since our visit to P.F.Chang’s, dynamite shrimps became the latest craze. […]

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  • 23

    Mar

Mezhukkupuratti is a style of preparation for vegetarian dishes in Kerala. Basically its stir frying veggies like french beans, string beans, elephant yam, Chinese potato, potato and raw plantains, which are customarily prepared in this style. This is an important part of the daily meal of a Mallu. Lunch is always served with a combination […]

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