authentic northern indian garam masala. while each family seems to have their own personal blend, the ones i've seen on zaar are highly questionable, so i felt the need to post my own. this is in the punjabi style as taught to me by the owner of a pakist
i saw recipes that included milk like an orange julius, but it was a night when i wanted something cold and tart and didn't want to use the blender so i just got some orange juice and crushed ice and there was a slushie!
this is great using banana capsicum ( basically a small banana shaped red capsicum that looks exactly like a huge chili) as i find that the usual sized capsicums are a little too much. anyway, a great recipe!
this is a really delicious salad. great way of using up apples and that last bit of ham in the fridge. it was adapted from the best of country cooking. cooking time is time spent in the fridge. you may also want to add a finely minced garlic clove.
this is a recipe that my mother-in-law taught me how to make. it is from puerto rico and is a traditional dish for many meals. gandules (or pigeon peas) is a type of bean and can be found in most spanish or latin stores; they are distributed and labeled
i'm not real sure how i came about this recipe, but i think i was watching the food network and someone there was visiting bb king's place in memphis, tn. i had to listen really hard and this is what i came up with. this sauce is to die for! we make it
this recipe calls for only 7 minutes of cooking time and recommends that the heart be served medium rare - i like mine just the slightest shade of pink so cook it a total of 12 minutes, but do not overcook
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