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May 08 2014

Chicken Strips

Confused on what to prepare for your afternoon tea party or your kitty party?? well… not anymore… here is one suggestion to light up your afternoon party… the chicken strips!!  it’s hot… it’s crunchy… it’s yummy… perfect snack and finger food to accompany your favorite tea. And what more??… it’s a very easy to make […]

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Apr 22 2014

Palak Paneer / Cottage Cheese in Indian Spinach Gravy

Palak paneer or cottage cheese in Indian spinach gravy is an Indian dish which is very popular among the Indian vegetarians. Some people believe that this dish is originally from Punjab or North India. In many homes in India, there are different versions on cooking this dish. In some homes, people also add some vegetables […]

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Apr 14 2014

Stuffed Capsicums / Stuffed Peppers

  There are a lot of way of making stuffed capsicum. From the Spanish style, European style, American style and to the Asian style. Whether you love using the red bell pepper or green pepper, there is no denying the wonderful smell when this dish goes in the cooking. The spicy smell of the pepper […]

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Apr 10 2014

Veg Paneer in American BBQ Style

Got bored with an old style of Indian BBQ or grill?? This could be a good idea to give a variety in your dish. It started in one afternoon in the weekend about six year ago, when I was planning to cook Veg – Paneer BBQ for the afternoon snack for my hubby. Then it came […]

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Mar 31 2014

Indonesian Style Jackfruit Curry (Sayur Nangka)

Three days ago when I went to Spencer, I couldn’t hold my excitement when I saw the jackfruit. It took me a while to decide whether to buy it or not. I really miss eating the Indonesian jackfruit curry which most of the Indonesian eat with ketupat (rice cooked in woven palm leaf pouch) and […]

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Jul 16 2009

Chili Baby Corn

This is my husband’s favorite meal, he likes to eat it along with the veg chowmein. It’s preety easy to make it and it doesn’t take so much of time. Very ideal for people who don’t have so much of time to cook… just like me In India, especially in Kolkata, baby corn is quite […]

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Jul 24 2008

Eggplant and Ham Fried Rice

One day when I was at home and feeling hungry in the afternoon, I thought that I would cook something easy to stuff my hunger. When I opened my refrigerator I only found the left over of the morning rice, some eggplants, few eggs, cabbage and half pack of cooked sliced ham. I thought… “well… […]

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