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Old 21st May 2005, 03:58   #46
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Lots of Chefs around here,huh!!!
Well,i do cook as well.Although not that perfectly,but fine enough for survival purposes.

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Guys tried out chicken lollipops today! Dont ask me how it was. If i had got tehsame at a restaraunt, i would never have visited that place again
hey harrie you should hae marinated the chicken in a mix of ginger, garlic paste, black pepper and some red chilly paste and lime and vinegar for about 2-3 hours and then shallow fried it ,

secret of soft CHICKEN KABABS

actually instead of marinating the chicken in kabak masala and deep frying it,
Boil the chicken to half or 3/4 done then marinate it and deep fry it, your empire style kababs are ready to feast on
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Old 30th May 2005, 18:30   #48
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HEy nice to see a lot of cooks here eh! well i love to cook and also love to eat!
people eat to live i live to eat i like baking sstuff with a lot of cheese!
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Old 30th May 2005, 18:35   #49
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ADD ME IN... i never knew this thread existed...

well i have 3 yrs of cooking experience coz i live away from family ... Indian food abrad is quite pathetic so i got to manage on my own..i thinki do a decent job at it too..

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Old 30th May 2005, 18:50   #50
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Didnt know this thread existed !!!

Count me in - I find cooking quite inspiring as I get a lot of ideas while I'm at it.

South Indian, Italian, a bit of Chinese and a bit of Malay stuff. All vegetarian, since I'm a converted veggie.

Maggi mee - cepat di masak, sedap di makan!
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Does anyone know of any good Tuna recipes??!
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Old 8th August 2005, 14:32   #52
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Gawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwd!
Guys, this is some serious culinary s***

As for me, can't boil water without burning it!

Tasting sessions, anybody.....

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Well i cook non Veg, Rice, and daal. However my chapatis resemble india map, and that to the physical one with three D himalayas.
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Wow! so many cooks in this forum. I can do a decent bit of cooking. went to the catering college amongst other academic pursuits. love to cook nveg food especially seafood.at the risk of sounding pompous ...im quite good

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Does anyone know of any good Tuna recipes??!
hey gordon got great recipes for tuna.
A can of tuna meat
chopped-onions-dhania-tomato(and squeeze the water outta them after chopping)-green chillies-salt-black pepper-a few drops of lemon juice-a dash of mayo....Presto! uve got tuna salad or a tuna sandwich filling or a topping for canapes.
yummy and healthy
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dont like burnt food but boy, do i love the smell of burnt rubber
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A can of tuna meat
chopped-onions-dhania-tomato(and squeeze the water outta them after chopping)-green chillies-salt-black pepper-a few drops of lemon juice-a dash of mayo....Presto!
hey ..
i'd say replace the mayo with tartar sauce ...

now ..who can cook some Pao Bhaji huh ?
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Well I do know how to cook and again non veg is specialty. Can manage tandoori chicken , pizzas grilled sandwiches fish fry etc.. Have tried various experiments with Maggi. One which i have tried out is cooking maggi and adding scrabled eggs cheese and pieces of sausages and mixing them. Trust me fellows it tastes awesome try it. I manage pastas too

Oh yea the tea coffee choco milk whatever.. too

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okay, so that's the aromatic flavours that i get wafting down from oberoi towers towards vasant sagar on a saturday night -

now where's that invite - btw, i'm not too bad too

most manage anything in continental, italian and the traditional rice and chicken curry in any coloured gravy...

my fav is chicken stroganoff - with herbed rice, simple tasty and healthy as well...

learnt it all after d-day - 3 years ago
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Have tried various experiments with Maggi. One which i have tried out is cooking maggi and adding scrabled eggs cheese and pieces of sausages and mixing them. Trust me fellows it tastes awesome try it. I manage pastas too
yeap done that ..infact survived quote a few times just on the delicacy we call maggi..
have to smoke those sausages and throw some tabasco!
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[quote=turbo_lover]hey ..
i'd say replace the mayo with tartar sauce ...

RIGHTON TURBO LOVER, TARTARE SAUCE IS MADE FROM MAYO, SO IT WOULD BE THE SAME THING
RECEPIE FOR TARTARE SAUCE:
MAYO+FINELY CHOPPED ONIONS, PARSLEY, GHERKINS+lemon juice(to make a masala version add dhania,green chillies, tomato)
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2 years on and no new cooks eh ? Are we men getting lazier by the day ? At least I am - haven't learnt anything new.

What about you guys ?
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