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26 Nov 2018


Just kitchen


Chicken             1 kg
Tomatoes           5 nos
Whole jeera.      1 tsp
Powdered jeraa. 
(Roasted).          1tsp
Redchilli pwdr.  1 tsp
Haldi pwdr.        1tsp
Coriander pwdr. 1 tsp
Green chilli         
(Non spice).       2nos
Oil.                    2 Tbsp
Salt.                   As per taste
Garam malasa 
Powder.              1tsp
Green corainder
Leaves               For garnishing 


Clean wash chicken cut into curry pcs.Heat oil in pan add whole jeera to hot oil once  jeera started sputtering add chicken to it fry chicken till it changes it colour saute it on high flame turn occasionally,once chicken changes it colour a dd tomatoes (cut into round slices, this will help tomatoes to turn soft faster)add red chilli powder,coriander powder,haldi powder,salt give a good mix  till oil get separated add half cup water(Remember Not to add lots of water as tomatoes and chicken will also realese water) gv a good mix,cover and  cover and cook for other 10 minutes ( flame should be low) chck after 10 min  now time to add green chillies cut into rounds,roasted jeera powdeer,garam masala powder give a good mix add 1cup of water add corainder leaves cover and cook till all ingredients mixes well(approx 5 min)  garnish with slitted green chillies and corainder leaves serve hot will chapttai and jeera rice

2 Jul 2018

Aloo methi


Methi(fenugreek leaves) 2 bundles
Aloo (patoto) 3 medium
Salt to taste
Red chilli powder  1/2tsp
Coriander powder 1/2tsp
Haldi powder          1/3tsp

*Wash methi leaves and soak methi leaves in to salt water for half and hour it will cut bitterness of methi leaves
*Put oil in a pan,put cube sized cut patoto in it cook on moderate medium heat till it is half done,in a mean while drain out water from methi leaves once patoto is half done add methi leaves to pot mix well.
*Now put flame on low put dry masala and salt to taste,mix well
*Check once potato is done.
*Serve with hot roti,chappati,phulka

Tip do not cover pot with lit otherwise dish will turn out bitter

24 Mar 2016



  1: chicken 1 kg ( cut in 16 pieces)
  2: thick greek yogurt 1/2 cup
  3: onions 1 large (finely chopped)
  4: tomatoes 5 medium (sliced)
  5: ginger & garlic paste 1 tbs
  6: bullet green chilli 4
  7: fresh ginger 1 inch (Julian)
  8: coal 1 piece
  9: whole red chilli 8
 10:coriander seeds 2 tbs
  11:cumin seeds 1 tbs
 13:black pepper corn 1 tsp
 14: oil 1/2 cup
 15:fresh coriander handful


  1: dry roast whole red chilli, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, black pepper corn, on high flame till changes colour.
  2: then crush it coarsely, keep aside.
  3: heat oil 1 cup and fry chicken till gets light golden, on high flame, then remove the chicken and keep aside.
  4: heat oil 1/2 cup add onions fry on high flame till gets light golden.
  5: then add tomatoes, ginger & garlic paste, cook till the tomatoes reduce and oil comes on surface, on high flame.
  6: now add yogurt mix and add the dry roasted & crushed masala, salt, half green chilli, half ginger, chicken, water half   a cup mix well, cover and cook on low to medium till the oil comes on surface.
  7: then add the fresh coriander and mix.
  8: heat the coal.
  9: then place a piece a foil place the hot coal add little oil on top, cover till the smoke settles.
 10:garnish with remaining green chilli, ginger.
 11:serve hot with naan.

24 Jan 2016



 1: Coensend Milk 1 cup
 2: Desecated Coconut 3 cups
 3: Chocolate whisper or any plain Cadbury 300g


 In a bowl mix coconut, condensed milk.
 wet your palms lightly with water make a rectangle shape, press firmly.
 place on a tray and keep in the freezer for 20 minutes.
 melt the chocolate in a double boiler.
 Take the coconut out from the freezer and dip in the chocolate,coat well
 use two folks pick it up and let extra chocolate drop.
 place it on a tray and let it set in the fridge for 20 minutes.
 serve and enjoy.
NOTE: store in air tight box in the fridge

26 Nov 2015

Balloon choclate cup

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Gulzar Lakdawala


 Recipe (makes five bowls from 6.5cm diameter balloons
 1. Inflate five water balloons and make sure they are clean.

 2. Melt two chocolate bars (100g) with hot water around 60 degrees Celsius.

3. Line a baking tray with parchment paper.

4. Spread a 4 to 4.5cm circle of chocolate on the parchment paper.

 5. Dip the balloon in the melted chocolate and place it over the      chocolate circle.
 6. Refrigerate for about 30 minutes for the chocolate to harden.

7. Once the chocolate hardens, pop the balloon.

8. After peeling off the balloons, if you see a hole has formed at the
bottom, use a spoon to drizzle chocolate inside to plug up the hole.

 9. Fill the bowls with the dessert of your choice and serve.
 Note) – If your chocolate is too hot at step 5, the balloon will pop,
 splattering the chocolate everywhere.

24 Nov 2015


(Kachori is a well known snack in many states of India and is made in different ways. A big thanks to @ swati  joshi ji for giving me and my team an opportunity to share her recipe.All regions enjoy bragging rights for their own way of making Kachori. One such very famous variety originates from Shegaon and hence a favorite of nearby regions of Vidarbha.)

For Covering :
1/2 Cup Sooji    , 1 cup all Purpose flour ,
1/2 stick melted butter , Salt to taste , Little water to knead the dough.

For Filling :
1/2 Cup Moong Dal soaked for atleast 6 hrs,
1 tspn Roasted Fennel (Saunf) , Salt to taste , 1/4th tspn Cumin (Jeera) ,
1/2 tspn Garam Masala , 3/4 tspn red chilly powder ,
1/4th tspn turmeric , 1.5 tbspn oil , 1.5 tspn sugar

Oil for frying

Procedure :
For Cover :
Soak Sooji in little water for 10-15 mins.Add All purpose flour , Salt to taste and 1/2 stick heated butter and knead a dough.
Add minimal water for the dough to come together. Knead the dough well . Make sure the dough is not too soft.

For filling :
Blend Soaked Moong Dal in very little water. Heat oil in a Pan and add Cumin and turmeric to it. When the Cumin splutters , add the
blended Moong Dal paste to the Pan and add salt , red chili Powder , Sugar , Garam Masala ,Roasted fennel.
Stir Well to ensure no lumps are formed. Cover the pan and let cook for 10 minutes on low flame. Uncover and break lumps if any and cook for another 10 mins.

The quantity of spices salt and sugar can be adjusted as per personal tastes. The mixture by itself can be a little spicy as those flavors mellow down when stuffed and fried.Let the Stuffing cool down.

To Make Kachori :
Roll a Puri Sized Dough ball , and stuff about a tspn full of the Moong Dal Mixture. Roll it again and Deep fry it till Golden Brown.

Hot Shegaon Kachori is ready to serve.Tastes great with Tamarind Chutney and/or Pudina Chutney or just by itself.

9 Jul 2015

Home made facial remover

This Natural Recipe Will Make Your Facial Hair Disappear Forever


1 Table spoon of oats porridge.
☛ 2 Table spoon of lemon juice.
☛ 2 Table spoon of honey.


The preparation of the mixture is extremely easy, thus you merely got to combine all the ingredients till you get an even mass and apply it to the hair. Let it keep for quarter-hour so wash it with heat water. It’d be good to use vanishing cream when the total procedure. For the most effective and quickest results, you have got to repeat the tactic 2-3 times per week and when thirty days you may get the required results – the hair will disappear forever!!! Get pleasure from your body like ne'er before.
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Chicken korma, the most mild of curries is a big favourite of my kids. They order a korma every time we go out for a curry. I think you’ll find this recipe to be pretty similar in flavour to most kormas out there.


5 tablespoons ghee
2 tablespoons garlic and ginger paste
700ml heated base curry sauce
800g  chicken
4 tablespoons cashew paste
½ teaspoons yellow food colouring (optional)
1 teaspoon garam masala
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 tablespoon cumin powder
5 green cardamoms - lightly smashed
1 teaspoon sugar ( more or less to taste)
125ml double cream
225ml coconut milk
3 tablespoons fresh chopped coriander
1 teaspoon rose water (Optional but very nice)
Dried rose petals - for decoration
Salt and pepper to taste


Melt the ghee in a frying pan over medium heat.
when bubbling hot, stir in the cumin, garam masala and green cardamoms.
Fry for about a minute and then add the garlic and ginger paste and cashew paste.
Stir this into the hot ghee and then add the curry sauce, double cream and coconut milk followed by the cooked chicken.
Stir to combine and add the food colouring (if using).
Bring to a simmer and the add the chopped coriander and rose water.
Add the sugar to taste. I usually use about 1 teaspoon but you may prefer your chicken korma sweeter.
Seasons with salt and pepper to taste and garnish with more chopped coriander and a few chopped dried rose petals.