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|30th June 2009, 22:18||#211|
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For example Atta maggi goes well with PAsta cooked indian style, but if Chings Roast garlic chicken noodles are used instead of the maggi, the resulting dish is absolutely horrendous
|1st July 2009, 10:21||#212|
|1st July 2009, 12:02||#213|
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I also started cooking when i went for my studies in 2001 to Australia , and ever since I have been cooking daily non-stop , thanks to my numerous transfers.
Strictly non-veg diet for me , as I say if i eat veg food I get pimples on my body :-)
As I say I am a good CrOOK :-)
|10th July 2009, 12:00||#216|
Some veg as well.
|28th September 2009, 22:34||#217|
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Like most of our fellow members our nick names are no where close to our official names, Satish can be Pappu, Jagdish can be Tony etc I too have a nickname - Lucky.
My grandfather thought that I was too lucky for him and the family so he chose this name.
Now apart from bikes, hiking & camping, I love cooking, and at a point of time wanted to quit everything and start a small cafe of my own by the name of "Lucky's Kitchen" but like most of us the dream died out since working in a big MNC is considered more upmarket then opening a "dhaba", so here I am on Tbhp fulfilling my dream.
In this thread I would be posting some of my original recipe's as and when I would try them, and to know the taste you guys have to give it a try.
First one is as follows -
Pepper Lime Chicken
What you need ?
2 chicken breast pieces, olive oil, 1 lemon, some freshly ground pepper, iceberg lettuce, 3 small potatoes, mustard sauce
How to make it?
Wash the chicken breasts thoroughly and then make three cuts on it on the fleshy side (Check the picture),
Squeeze lemon on both the pieces and then rub grounded pepper generously on the pieces and keep aside for atleast 45 mins (if this is done overnight, it would be better),
Peel and chop the potatoes and boil in a container, do not pressure cook them, since then they would become too soft, and cutting and boiling removes some starch as well,
Heat some olive oil in a pan and shallow fry the chicken pieces on simmer while keeping it covered, do this on both sides till the crust is dark golden in color, if you want to be sure that the chicken is cooked properly from inside pierce it with a fork, in cooked chicken this fork will go and come out easily, in uncooked it would be a bit tough,
Serve with Iceberg lettuce(wash thoroughly under running water), boiled potatoes and some mustard sauce.
Last edited by rajatsingh78 : 28th September 2009 at 22:39.
|28th September 2009, 22:54||#219|
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Perfect! Now this is truly shifting gears. Any other chefs (amateur/pro) on Tbhp?
This pepper lime chicken looks great. Got to wipe the drool off my keyboard.
I too am a closet chef
|29th September 2009, 00:14||#220|
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nice thread lucky! looking forward to more recipes
have you considered putting them on youtube?
check this out.
|29th September 2009, 12:11||#223|
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Will try to video capture my receipes but the problem is editing the videos because the videos cannot be posted the way they are shot.. any idea of free video editing softwares ?
|29th September 2009, 13:00||#224|
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I love to cook and do try some new stuff from time to time. I can almost make anything pretty decent (pasta being my special dish) except I have never dared to make any type of roti/chapati/paratha.
|29th September 2009, 16:00||#225|
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I have been cooking for the past 8 years now. Started off preparing tea, dosas & top-ramen noodles.
Coming to dishes, I am strictly into non-veg making different varieties of chicken. When I was on deputation in Canada, there have been weekends where I used to make 5 kilos of chicken (chicken curry & chicken fry) for my friends group of 3 people.
Some of the vegetarian dishes are strictly south indians dishes like sambhar, potato fry, egg curry, dal palak...
Nowadays I cook when I am alone at home, it gives me mental satisfaction & according to it is way better than sitting idle at home and day dreaming. When I get married I don't need to worry if my wife does not cook dinner one fine day.
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