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    Sunday Spl. Mughal Biriyani
    (Mutton with Bringal Gravy (Yennai Kathirikai)

    Roasted cashew nuts, dry raising, onions, tomatoes, masala and meat deep fried in ghee.



    Basamathi Rice mixed with the biriyani sauce.



    Bringal Gravy - tangy, bitter, sweet, hot, salty & pungent - Bringal fried in Sesame Oil.



    Mughal Biriyani (Hydrabadi) with egg Omlet and Onion Raitha



    Mughal Biriyani (Hydrabadi) with Bringal Gravy and Onion Raitha

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    Cekodok pisang (mashed banana fritters)

    Cekodok and hot tea = perfect combo




    White ingredients and banana 😂
    Ripe bananas, white flour, sugar, coconut flakes, baking soda & salt.




    Mash banana and add all items except sugar.




    Add sugar just before frying so that your cekodok is crunchy.
    Add a spoon of water too.




    The best way to fry, is to use your fingers to drop the batter in oil. Then it will be perfectly round-shaped. But for convenience, I used a spoon, thus the odd shapes.
    Oil should not be too hot - use medium flame




    Fry to a dark golden colour and then let the cekodok drain the oil




    Delicious, soft but crunchy ready.
    You can even eat the next day without refrigeration .

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    Strawberry Pie (Summer 2017)



    This year, strawberries and raspberries are growing generously in the garden.



    To prepare the pie : Recipe to make 8 portions in a 28cm diameter dish

    For Pastry (the crisp biscuit base) :

    The pastry can be thick or thin, but a thick pastry will make the pie tastier

    1.1/ For Thick pastry : mix 100g of sugar with 200g butter, 300g flour and a pinch of salt.

    1.2/ For Thin pastry : mix 65g sugar with 130g butter, 200g flour and a pinch of salt.

    2/ Drop the pastry dough on a greaseproof paper in the 28cm pie dish. Flatten it with your palm.

    3/ Cook it in the oven at th6 (180) for 18 to 20 minutes. Check regularly to make sure the biscuits don't get burnt.

    4/ Take out the cooked biscuits from the oven and carefully remove it from greaseproof paper.

    For English Cream Custard :

    1/ Boil 1/4 liter of milk with 1/3 vanilla pod and infuse it.

    2/ Mix 2 egg yolks with 75 g sugar and a spoon of flour.

    3/ Pour the hot milk on the egg yolk mixture and allow it to warm down.

    4/ Take the custard and place it over low flame and bring to a boil. Stir constantly as it will stick to the bottom of the pan.

    5/ Remove from flame and allow it to cool down

    The Pie :



    1/ Cut the strawberries into halves (or the shape you would like it to be presented)

    2/ Pour the custard cream on the cooked pastry.

    3/ Arrange the strawberries over it.

    Here is the link to the pie from last year => 2016
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    Hello nga mappi......nalla irukeengala.....just wanted to say that I can see your passion for cooking is oozing with your talent on every plate displayed ����������. Cekodok is it a sweet bonda ����. .....I have noted the recipe.....will try it nga....wish u more luck in trying out more recipes....����....
    hello nga nov ngovvvvv where are all the beautiful pictures of yr spreads.
    Mexico meat...nalla irukeengala
    PS hope all well

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