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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

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    Basunthi (kugan)

    [tscii]Rajraj uncle, chilled basunthi for you.



    BASUNTHI

    Ingredients:

    2 litres milk
    200 grms sugar
    2 tbs condensed milk
    4 tbs pistachios
    ¼ tsp cardamom powder
    Little saffron.

    Method:

    Boil the milk in a thick wide bottomed pot.
    Heat the milk in low flame.
    Slowly keep stirring till the milk is reduced to 25%.

    Add in the sugar and the condensed milk.
    After some time you will see thick layers of cream forming.
    Collect the cream layers and put in a bowl.

    Slowly keep stirring the milk by pushing the layers to the side.
    When the milk is reduced to about 50%, add in the cardamom powder.
    Add in the collected cream layers.
    Mix them gently, do not break the cream layers.
    Finally garnish with pistachios and little saffron.
    Serve it chilled.


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    Red Spicy Prawns (kugan)

    [tscii]RED SPICY PRAWNS
    (A)
    1 kg medium prawns , shelled and deveined
    1 tsp chillie powder
    ½ tsp turmeric powder
    Little salt
    1 tbs oil

    (B)
    1 tbs oil
    1 inch cinnamon stick
    1 star anise
    3 cloves

    (C)
    2 large onions chopped fine
    5 green chillies sliced
    1 sprig curry leaves

    (D)
    1 tbs ginger garlic paste
    2 large red tomatoes chopped fine

    (E)
    2 tsp red chillie powder
    Salt to taste
    Little garam masala powder

    (F)
    Little coriander leaves chopped
    Lime juice to taste

    Method:

    Add the things in ( A) into a bowl, except the oil.
    Marinate for about 20 minutes.
    Heat the oil in a pot, add in the seasoned prawns.
    Sauté till the raw smell goes, there will be a good aroma.
    Remove and keep aside.

    In a wok add in the ( B) ingredients. Saute for a minute.
    Add in the ingredients in ( C), sauté till the onions are fried well.

    Now add in the ingredients in ( D) and cook till the tomatoes
    turn mushy.
    Add in the ingredients in (E), cook till oil seperates.
    There will be a thick gravy. Add in the sautéed prawns.
    Mix well to coat them with the masala evenly.
    Cook for a minute, the masala should stick to the prawns.
    The dish should be red in colour and the dish a bit dry.
    Off the flame, add in the lime juice and garnish with coriander leaves.

    NOTE: Vegetarians can use, tofu or soya chunks.


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    Super... I made something similar to the spicy prawn recipe but with eggs for today's lunch... Only diff, I added some pepper pwd as well towards the end...yum!!!...

    K, pallipalayam chicken recipe irundha post pannunga...
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

    Dev, thanks for your nice post.
    Yes, eggs too will taste great with the recipe.
    Thanks, Kugan98
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    Pallipalayam Chicken Varuval (kugan)

    [tscii]Dev, I grew up in Karur. My neighbours were mainly from Naamakkal. The aunt who taught my mom this chicken recipe will insist that we have to use nattu kozhi. The meat will be a little tough and very less fat. This is a dry dish.
    Kugan98



    PALLIPALAYAM CHICKEN VARUVAL


    Ingredients:

    1 kg nattu boneless chicken
    1 cup finely sliced shallots
    1 tbs finely chopped garlic
    1 tsp ginger paste
    ½ tsp turmeric powder
    10 red dry chillies cut into pieces
    1 sprig curry leaves
    2 tbs oil
    Salt to taste
    Little coriander leaves chopped

    Method:
    Cut chicken into small pieces.
    Remove the seeds from the cut chillies.

    Heat oil in a pan over medium heat.
    Add the cut chillies and let the chillies infuse in the oil.
    This step is to flavour the dish. Do not burn the chillies.

    Add in the onions and sauté until soft.
    Add in the garlic and ginger, fry till the raw smell goes.
    Add in the chicken, turmeric powder and salt.
    Fry until the chicken is seared and well cooked.
    Sprinkle little water if needed. Fry till all the juices are evaporated.
    Add the curry leaves and fry for a second.
    Remove and garnish with coriander leaves.


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    kuganka,congrats for the grand opening of the 6th thread.
    U r rocking.Keep up ur good work.
    Congrats to all the kugan's kitchen friends.
    Thanks
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    Re: Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

    Quote Originally Posted by kugan98
    My dear friends, Kugan takes a BIG bow and thanks from the bottom of his heart for all the wishes and blessings.

    Without you all no Kugan's Kitchen.

    Thanks, to NOv anneh, Suvai, Dev, Nm, Selviem, Lakme, Suja,
    Aarthii, Karthika, Madhu, Sudha, Rajraj uncle.
    Please have a big heart and forgive me if I have left out anyone. Thanks again.
    GOD BLESS ALL YOUR FAMILIES.
    KUGAN98

    You always forget me Kugan ka
    Om Namaste astu Bhagavan Vishveshvaraya Mahadevaya Triambakaya Tripurantakaya Trikalagni kalaya kalagnirudraya Neelakanthaya Mrutyunjayaya Sarveshvaraya Sadashivaya Shriman Mahadevaya Namah Om Namah Shivaye Om Om Namah Shivaye Om Om Namah Shivaye

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    Dev,kuganka & friends

    My son is having a fancy dress competition in his playshcool by next week.The theme they had given is environment,heathy foods ,or any other good theme(We can choose).

    So i need ur help to guide me in this to choose a better one.

    The kid has to be dressed based on the theme as well as,he has to speak a few lines about it.

    selvika,i guess u can guide me very well.Suvaika waiting for ur views too.

    Waiting for all ur suggestions and ideas.

    Thanks in advance.
    Thanks
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

    Sorry P.S Tamby. I have asked for forgiveness. Kugan98
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