Discussion in 'Members Corner' started by A.V., Mar 25, 2009.
It will change next week though.
Haleem........tastes too good.
I have too many favourite foods. I can't seem to rank them for the simple fact that at different times i feel like eating different foods, and thus, my favourite item is dependant on my mood! Well, here are the food items I like anyway:
Sweet corn chicken soup
Quesadillas (mexican dish, dunno how to spell it)
Naan and Butter chicken
Recco compolo/ Arrabiatta pasta (tagillatelle pasta)
Kerala style Lobster curry with rice
Paratha and chilli/ginger chicken
Chicken noodles with sweet and sour prawns
Tikka chicken pizza
Chocolate Mousse cake
Chocolate brownies with ice cream
Affogatto with chocolate sauce
Hot fudge monster sundae
Kulfi (indian style ice cream)
Baskin's And Robin's ice cream
Heaven ice cream
Chocohorlicks Mocha (a drink i invented myself. can be served hot or cold. the name itslef gives away the ingredients)
Yeah, thats all i can think of right now. All this talk about food makes me hungry. I think i'll go make a cup of Chocohorlicks Mocha.
THis is what I had last night : Tandoori Chicken
I had a protein shake for breakfast.
This is what I had for brunch: Subway Salad
Double serving of Chicken Teriyaki, lettuce, cucumber, onion, tomato, capsicum. Dressing of Teriyaki Sauce, vinaigrette and oregano as seasoning. Topped with an egg omlette.
This is what I had for dinner : Burra Kabab, home made Boneless Chicken Breast "tikka" and some greens
^^^What is your weight Singh??. The food you eat seems like a lot, at least for me .
^^ This is my cutting diet, to be followed by a bulking diet !! Only proteins with greens. Less carbs and less fats(not been able to follow this strictly though )
I weigh around 90kgs.
Then, I can imagine how would your real diet would be .
Lol singhji you are HEAVY.....
Well here I am posting the recipe of my favourite Dai Ilish (Hilsa in sour card/Yogurt) , it is a fvourite dish of mine.
Image Courtesy : http://goodfood65.blogspot.com
available at : http://goodfood65.blogspot.com/2008/09/one-week-of-culinary-and-cultural.html
Recipe courtesy : http://rumis-recipes.blogspot.com/2008/01/doi-ilish-dahi-hilsa.html
It’s a traditional Bengali preparation. Ilish Machh (Hilsa,Tenualosa ilisa;is cooked with Doi (Dahi/curd) and other spices. Conventionally it is prepared in Mustard oil.
Difficulty level- easy
Marinating time- 10 minutes
Cooking time- 15 minutes
Total time- 25 minutes
Ilish machh (Hilsa fish) - 500 grams
Doi- 200 grams
Mustard oil- 150 grams
Ginger paste- 1 tsp
Turmeric powder- 2 tsp
Mustard seeds- ½ tsp
Green chilli- 8 pieces
Salt- to taste
Wash the Ilish fish pieces. Mix turmeric powder and salt thoroughly and keep it aside for 10 minutes.
Grind the mustard seeds with a pinch of salt and a green chilli with some water to make a thick paste. Heat oil in a frying pan for 2 minutes. Add rest of the green chillies in it after slicing vertically. Then add the ginger paste to the oil and stir fry for 2 minutes. Make a thick paste of the turmeric powder with little amount of warm water. Then add to the pan while stirring continuously. Add 250 ml of warm water and salt to taste. When the curry will start to boil, add the Ilish fish pieces in it. Prepare a mixture of the doi (dahi/curd), ½ tsp turmeric powder and mustard paste. Add this mixture to the pan when the fish pieces become tender. Be careful that the mixture should be added evenly.
When the curry starts boiling again, remove it from the flame.
Add 2 tsp mustard oil and 3 uncut green chillies and cover the pan with a lid.
Traditionally this preparation is done with the raw Ilish fish pieces. But if you don’t like the smell, fry the pieces lightly in low heat.
The mustard seeds should be finely grinded along with the green chillies and salt to avoid bitterness.
Lol pintuda.......cant resist........slurp...slurp
Todays diet for eg.
1 whey shake -> 25gms protein
350gms chicken breast -> 70gms protein
250gms greens -> 20gms carbs
~250gms lamb -> 55gms protein 30gms fat 10gms carbs
1 omlette -> 3gms fat 3gms protein.
total -> 150gms protein 30gms fats 35gms carbs = ~1010 cals.. that's pretty low imo
I dont care bout diet and all.....doi ilish,rice,posto and dal is fine for me! Infact great....typically bangali.......heheh.........and chicken 3 times a week,750 grams each day(lunch and dinner)
Hilsa Biriyani :
Don't know how will it test, but personally I think Hilsa is better tested if some body cooks it lightly.
Hungry Girl: Bengali Hilsa Biryani Recipe
Monday, December 1, 2008
Bengali Hilsa Biryani Recipe
Hilsa, most delicious fish can make biryani more delicious..so lets make it...
Ingredients For the stock:
250 gm Mutton
1tbs Chopped ginger
2 Chopped large onions
1tbs Whole coriander seeds
2 Bay leaves
1tbs Whole garam masala
For the Rice
1/2kg Basmati rice
4 pieces Cinnamon
4 Green cardamoms
Pinch of saffron soaked in 1/4cup of hot milk
For the Fish
1kg Hilsa fish sliced into 10 large pieces
1tsp Ginger paste
250 gm Thick curd
1tsp Chilli powder
Salt to taste
1. Clean and slice mutton into small pieces. Pressure cook the mutton with all the ingredients for stock for 30 minutes and strain. Only the stock will be needed.
2. Wash fish and dry completely. Beat the curd and mix with all the other ingredients for the fish. Marinate the fish for 1 hour.
3. Heat ghee and season with the cinnamon, cloves and green cardamoms in a thick bottom vessel. When it is well fried, add rice and fry lightly. Add salt and hot stock. Cover when the stock comes to a boil and cook over a low heat.
4. When the water gets absorbed, take out half the rice. Arrange the marinated fish over the rice in the vessel and cover with the rice removed earlier. Sprinkle saffron milk over it.
5. Seal the vessel with flour dough and steam on a low flame for 30 minutes. Break the seal at the time of serving.
^^killer combo... fish, meat, rice
Video of preparing Hyderabadi Mutton Biryani by Chef Jakir:
YouTube - Hyderabadi Mutton Biryani
Brunch @ home:
Dinner at Karim's, Jama Masjid
Main course :
Momo is our tibetan traditional food!
Gross! How can your gf allow you to have this awful food.
To night I made rice, aloo and bandgobi with Dal and green paper.
Enjoy my dinner<3 he he he he I'll post more pix of my food tomorrow as well and ofcourse with different kinds of food.
Starting with my rice:
Tonight I made rice, aloo gobi, with dal and green paper.
So enjoy my dinner<3 Tomorrow I will post a pix of my food
again but ofcourse with different kinds of dish.
Starting with my rice:
My aloo gobi:
My haramirch....hot green paper:
My dinner plate:
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