Scones

Dont you think
They are smiling
Before we bite in
They were shivering
Hence the cracks
We think its happiness
Yet its a mere shiver
That all scones have

Before we bite and destroy there beauty
We rejoice is happiness

As we save time On cutting

and just dab the cream

With a bit of jam
By ripping them apart
So our teeth can bite
And enjoy them wholeheartedly

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Raiyans Carrot Chips

Mummy was busy with a bit of food styling and photoshoots in the hall. Windows wide open and baby A crawling in his cot and playing with his teddy.

Baby R was behind his mums props and tools. He eyed her tiny tala rolling pin which she got from Ace a few months ago and was taking a photograph of it for a project she has in mind.

Raiyan was asking for the rolling pin and mummy couldn’t say “no” as she had work which needed to be completed before the sun moves away, Thats right mummy takes photographs while the sun is shining through her window. So raiyan kept on asking for mummy’s very expensive tavola spatula which she fondly purchased with her winning voucher gifted by BBC GOODFOODME  for writing the star letter for the march issue. Buying a cute and pink spatula was in raiyans mummys “to buy” list and there seem to be many other cute pink, blue, yellow and purple props in her mind which still dint cross her eyes.

Well raiyans next target was the carrot that mummy just took. Oh he doesn’t hate carrots nor does he love them but he wants everything mummy takes.

After a while mummy was laughing out loud at the sight of her sons actions.

Raiyan was biting the carrots into slices and filling an empty pringle can. When mummy looked he said “chif” (thats how he says chips)

mummy couldn’t stop giggling and she grabbed him by his arms and gave him a hug.

shall we make some carrot chips together?

mummy asked raiyan and he started repeating “carrot chifs, carrot chifs”

mummy got the knife, cutting board and the camera ready

Raiyan stood on the chair holding the knife and trying to cut.

Well it’s plastic but it wouldn’t cut in one go. Mummy had to hold his hands and give a bit of strength so it cut well.

Raiyan was all smiles watching the knife cut the carrot into circles and enjoying the fact that he is a part of it..

After the carrots were cut raiyan sprinkle some garlic salt on top which mummy instructed to do so and he doubtfully licked a bit of garlic salt of the carrots.

He love dit and he went in for a second and thrid time with his tiny hands before mummy saw and grabbed it.

You will eat once the chips are ready.

The oil was hot and mummy just wished she had a good airfryer so raiyan can have a healthier version and he himself would enjoy adding them to the airfryer. But he did put the first batch of carrots into the oil and the oil slashed onto his tiny hand which was invisible yet painful. The first experience in the kitchen and he ran away with fear  mummy insisted him to stand away and watch.

He watched mummy drain the carrot chips in a paper tower and add them on to a plate.

Finally mummy asked him to sit on the sofa and she would bring the chips for him to eat.

He posed for a picture and took a few bites off the first carrot and put it back on the plate. After a few forces he finally ate just a slice of carrot too.

Mummy wished she did bake it and she will bake it next time.

Raiyan wash distracted by the real pringle can that lay besides the sofa.

And he started eating off the unhealthy but delicious store bought chips which his mum watched in silence while baby A was trying to grab a piece.

Watch the video below to see the ohotos and have fun.

Salmon 6 ways : In My Kitchen

as a food blogger am still an amateur, I’ve got many ingredients that I haven’t tried my hands. this time it was salmon, yes we did get a large salmon and trust me it was worth it. I never expected this fish to be so delicious.

I was wondering what to do with this much of fish and started browsing the internet for recipes to cook the salmon. I am an experimental cook rather than a cook the book person so finally I ended up choosing my very own tradional method of cooking and decided to make the salmon in 6 traditional ways.

  1.  salmon milky gravy
  2. spicy salmon gravy
  3. salmon devil
  4. salmon cured
  5. salmon and potato filling for pie
  6. salmon stock

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three ways

three ways

salmon 4 ways

salmon 4 ways

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salmon kabsa rice

salmon kabsa rice

 

to make the salmon stock for kabsa i used

  • 2 long sticks of cinnamon
  • 6 cardamons
  • 8 cloves
  • 8 pods of pepper
  • 4 garlic cloves
  • salt to taste
  • a pinch of mixed masala powder
  • a good few pieces of salmon with bones

to prepare the stock

  • clean and wash fish
  • combine all ingredients in a pot
  • add 3 cups of water and boil for 10 minutes
  • strain and store in a plastic container on the fridge use when cooking
  • keeps for 4 days very well in fridge
  • drain the liquid and add in place of water for rice

 

The salmon milk gravy recipe

lets collect the Ingredients

  • 1 medium size salmon head
  • 1 cup thick coconut milk
  • 1 cup thin coconut milk
  • salt and crushed pepper to taste
  • 1 medium size onion chopped
  • 2 green chillies split into 2
  • 1 teaspoon mustard seed
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 2 tablespoon oil
  • 1 medium size tomato chopped
  • 1 handful of curry leaves
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1/2 teaspoon chillie powder
  • a pinch of garam masala
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon fenugreek

let cook the gravy

  • clean and wash the fish head, you can use any parts of the fish
  • temper the onions and curry leaves in the oil over a medium heat until golden brown
  • add the green chillies, mustard seeds and garlic
  • in a minute add the fenugreek and give it a quick stir
  • season the onions with the chillie powder, turmeric powder, garam masala and crushed pepper.
  • quickly pour the light coconut milk and add the fish
  • give it a quick stir and salt the mixture
  • let the mixture boil and pour the thick coconut milk
  • you might want to add some extra crushed pepper if you don’t get the peppery taste
  • we usually have it very spicy with extra pepper and this goes well with a good crust bread (am drooling and craving)
  • take the mixture off heat as son as the gravy has formed a creamy texture which wont take less than 6 minutes
  • serve hot with string hoppers or crust bread and some dhal or potato devil
  • squeeze in 1/4 lime or lemon to balance the extra spiciness from the crushed pepper

 

 

Crab And Me

Cooking Crab Meat was going to be an experience for me which i anticipated from a very long time. one weekend i decided to buy some crabs which i did the choosing as well. I asked a man who was choosing crabs on what basis does he choose them and he was like “just pick the large ones” 🙂  I guess I should have done some research on how to choose your crab instead asking someone but it was an experience. so finally we got home with our three crabs. I had to wait till next day to cook the crab and I was so impatient that early the next morning I started of by looking for crab recipes. I was so confused on what to cook and how to cook.

read many recipes and followed the instructions on cleaning and cooking only. as usual i decided to experiment with these crabs.

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AFTER COOKING THE CRABS WILL FLOAT TO THE TOP LIKE THIS –

after cooking

after cooking

THIS IS HOW THE CRAB MEAT LOOKED AFTER FLAKING AND DE-SHELLING. THIS CAN BE USED ON A SALAD AS IT IS. TRUST ME CRAB MEAT IS SO DELICIOUS AND TASTY YOU DON’T NEED ANY FLAVOURING OF SPICES TO ENHANCE ITS TASTE. IT IS SO RICH AND FULL OF FLAVORS.

flaked crab meat

the devil

the devil

a  closer hot look

a closer hot look

I DECIDED TO MAKE A CRAB DEVIL AND SERVE IT WITH SOME FRIED RICE AND IT WENT TOGETHER SO WELL.

CRAB DEVIL RECIPE

INGREDIENTS

3 CRABS COOKED

1 ONION LARGE AND CHOPPED

3 GREEN CHILIES

1 LARGE TOMATO

1 TEASPOON CHILIE FLAKES

2 TEASPOON CHILIE POWDER

1 TABLESPOON TOMATO KETCHUP

1 TEASPOON SOY SAUCE

SALT AND PEPPER TO TASTE

1/4 LIMES JUICE

2 TABLESPOON OIL

2 GARLIC CLOVES CRUSHED

 COOKING INSTRUCTIONS

1.  HEAT A PAN WITH THE OIL.

2. SAUTE THE ONIONS AND GREEN CHILLIES.

3. ADD THE CRUSHED GARLIC CLOVES AND STIR.

4. IN A BOWL MIX THE TOMATO KETCHUP, SOY SAUCE, CHILIES FLAKES, CHILIES POWDER, SALT AND PEPPER. MAKE A SAUCE AND POUR OVER THE ONIONS.

5.  ADD THE TOMATOES AND CRABS.

5. MIX WELL TO COAT THE CRABS AND COOK OVER A VERY HIGH HEAT FOR 3 MINUTES AND TAKE OFF.

6. GARNISH WITH CORIANDER LEAVES AND THE LEMON JUICE.

SERVE HOT.

A TIP – IF ITS TOO SPICY ADD SOME SUGAR TO MAKE IT BALANCE OR REDUCE THE CHILIE PASTE TO 1 TEASPOON BEFORE MIXING IT ALL.

fried rice

fried rice

SO CRAB MEAT IS EASY TO COOK.

ITS DELICIOUS.

DON’T FORGET TO GET IT CLEANED FROM THE MARKET AS I’VE READ ITS TOUGH TO CLEAN.

EATING CRABS CAN BE A BIT MESSY SO THE IDEAL PLACE TO ENJOY IT IS WHEN YOUR HOME UNLESS YOUR GONNA HAVE SOME CRAB MEAT STICKS OR SANDWICHES.

IT’S QUIET AN EXPERIENCE COOKING A CRAB FOR THE FIRST TIME BUT YEA I’VE HAD CRAB IN MANY RESTAURANTS 🙂

In My Kitchen : Part 2

Too many photos in one post might bore the reader which i fear so i decided to break into parts and share what was behind my silence. Here is my part 2 of in my kitchen.

I should thank sally from my custard pie for inspiring me to do a post on “in my kitchen” which i believe is a time saver for me 🙂

Pan grilled full milk fish wrapped in a shawarma rotti was a dinner.  The best way to use up those extra shawarma rottis accompanying the grilked chickens on weekends. These rottis keep fresh and soft out rather than refrigerated.

Pan grilled full milk fish wrapped in a shawarma rotti was a dinner. The best way to use up those extra shawarma rottis accompanying the grilked chickens on weekends. These rottis keep fresh and soft out rather than refrigerated.

For the first time i tried quinoa and i straight away decided to make a buriyani out of it inspired by biriyanipot.me well i dint fair well enough as i dint know we should soak the quinoa for some time and then cook for an enriched look. The pack doesn't say and this is why we should refrain from following the instructions on a pack

For the first time i tried quinoa and i straight away decided to make a buriyani out of it inspired by biriyanipot.me well i dint fair well enough as i dint know we should soak the quinoa for some time and then cook for an enriched look. The pack doesn’t say and this is why we should refrain from following the instructions on a pack

Fish grilled on a paella pan. A practical of food styling

Fish grilled on a paella pan. A practical of food styling

My quinoa buriyani with homemade tomato chutney

My quinoa buriyani with homemade tomato chutney

The tiniest chutney bottle

The tiniest chutney bottle

Practicals on food styling

Practicals on food styling

A better view on my  chutney

A better view on my chutney

The most awaited moments in my kitchen was to cook in a clay pot and the 1st one. Having bought the clay pot 6 months ago and luggage weight didnt permit it to dubai 4 months back. Again 3 months ago when i went down for my dads accident i came back with my clay pot.  Now what am i gonna cook was an issue. Finally i resolved into transforming and arabian shawarma jn a clay pot and called it clay pot shawarma. Yea you did see the recipe which was posted earlier last month. No my pot is broken. My son stepped onto the shelf and dropped the entire pots and pans on whoch my clay pot was resting and its cracked. I cant cook on it anymore i guess. But i still can serve on it and it can be only wraps and rottis and shorteats :-)

The most awaited moments in my kitchen was to cook in a clay pot and the 1st one. Having bought the clay pot 6 months ago and luggage weight didnt permit it to dubai 4 months back. Again 3 months ago when i went down for my dads accident i came back with my clay pot.
Now what am i gonna cook was an issue.
Finally i resolved into transforming and arabian shawarma jn a clay pot and called it clay pot shawarma.
Yea you did see the recipe which was posted earlier last month.
No my pot is broken. My son stepped onto the shelf and dropped the entire pots and pans on whoch my clay pot was resting and its cracked. I cant cook on it anymore i guess. But i still can serve on it and it can be only wraps and rottis and shorteats 🙂

The  lovely tomato

The lovely tomato

CookBooks

 

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My first recipe book was my very own recipe note-book from my first ever cookery school. I travelled around South India and went over to “landmark” which I will call as the one stop shop for all your needs. It has a section of books that can make some bookworm lost. I was a fan of novels until a few years ago.
I used to browse on all books by my favourite authors while I never ignored those lovely cook books that beautified the shelves with delicious images. During my last visit before the wedding shopping I went over to the cookbooks section and selected a few books which I left over without buying as my parents already checked out the stuff and left the store. I still feel sad for missing that golden opportunity. I never came across that book until now even on logos hope the worlds largest floating book store.
My second cookbook was 100 cakes which I bought at odel Colombo when I was 21. I have turned the pages of the book many times when i feel like looking at some recipes but never tried any recipes. I always thought that glycerine and liquid glucose was some kind of a medicinal ingredient.  As a person who have never tried cake decorating with fondant it was kind of alien words. As I say that I agree that I’ve always been addicted to watching television programs that demonstrate the delicious art of cooking. I used to keep a note-book and write down some recipes and through television demonstrations is which I learnt how to make pooris and wadeys.

As time passed on I adopted my moms habit of cutting down recipes from newspapers and collecting them. I was a bit advanced in this field and had been collecting cooking related tips and notes too. I still treasure those articles in a file. now many years have passed by and I have started buying magazines and cookbooks which i believe is essential and I felt that am spending unnecessarily as all recipes are mainly available online and why spend money and space to pile up recipe books.
It all becomes a very bitter thought when I think of the pleasures of turning through the pages of a recipe book.
Inspired by them I’ve created many recipes of my own. I now have started to believe that nothing is wasted as long as you have a passion for it. The passion for cooking is in my blood and that’s why I buy books whether I try the recipes or not is something related to experience.

Why I started this post is because of the many questions that flooded in my mind every time I see my books and browse the internet for recipes.
Why do I need books when I can search any recipe I want on the Internet?
But then I dont search the internet for recipes which are available on my books.
So I only need recipes that I don’t have which I can get free.
Do we have to pay money and waste on buying more books?
Well I know books are totally different. You feel the recipe in hard or paper back. we spend hours admiring the images. We aim at recreating the dish to resemble the images from the book and we are inspired, while the ingredients may be substituted and the dish will have our own simple touch and we become inventive or creative.
We learn from those cookbooks and these cookbook authors are our mentors.
We di need some good cookbooks on our shelves to flip through while sipping a cup of coffee on a rainy day when there is no eggs to bake a cake or laziness takes over ourselves and calls us to bed with flem and cup of chicken soup.
Oh yeah, I remember those days when I used to borrow my friends chicken soup book thinking its a chicken soup recipe book and din’t return it until I read a few inspiring stories.
So there are many points that I can list down to say why we need recipes or cookbooks and so does other people have their own story to say why they buy cookbooks and now you might know that buying cookbooks are not a waste of money.
If you are not sure about it yet read on and find out what others who enjoy food not just by eating it but exploring the history of food.

As an experienced cook I guess for me trying recipes from recipe books is some kind of a beginners job but not while baking or cooking up a meal from a different cuisine am not familiar about. I agree with many of my fellow foodies and bloggers from my favourite group in Dubai as they go on to comment on my post for the questions asked –

Hi friends
Am doing an article on cookbooks for a project.
I want to know the opinion of the members in fooderati arabia as this is a food bloggers group and I am sure there is no other place from which I can get the perfect answer.
Questions-

  1. 1. Do you buy cook books often?
  2. 2. Do you follow the recipes in your cookbook or do you take the recipes in your book as an inspiration? (I do it more often)
  3. 3. Do you think in this generation where recipes are available online, buying cookbooks are a waste of money?

Thanks
Mafaza Haleem
Travelandfoodworldwide.wordpress.com

These questions aroused in my mind after I started thinking as buying cookery books are a waste of money. The thought lasted only a week and later on I started to think of the benefits of owning a few cookery books.
Here are the comments and thoughts of my fellow foodies ;

Allz Ahmad Mukhtar I never bought a recipe cook book, but yes sometimes I do browse through some recipes in Borders cooking book section. I wouldn’t call it waste of money as books are always useful when u want to make something similar. I usually look out for recipes online mostly as it’s just available on my fingertips.

Allz Ahmad Mukhtar blog : http://houseofallz.blogspot.ae  House of Allzz    houseofallz.blogspot.com

techno foodie

following recipes from the tb is easy but we should make sure the screen lock is off or else thats when i get nuts and think of books. imagine opening the phone screen with water and flour or wasting water to wash hands just to make sure the smell of the onion and fish doesn’t spoil the phone…

Nielouphar Abdurahiman 1. I do buy them, but not often.
2. I’ve done both.
3. For me, cook books are never a waste of money. …See More

Nielouphar Abdurahiman Blog – www.neelusjournal.com.

prompt answer

Huma Kalim used to buy books previously but now I think twice before buying as most of the recipes are available on the web.

she going through my mindset

Rupal Bhatikar Love books, I have a little library at home now with food and travel books. Nothing beats stained pages of familiar books and running thru pages. If I need a recipe quick, I use the internet sometimes. If you are a reader, I guess books will never be a waste of money

www.foodienfabulous.com

she is right

Foodie & Fabulous

foodienfabulous.com
Eat.. Travel.. Love.. And Eat some more!

Sally Prosser 1. Yes 2. A bit of both 3. No – and sales of cook books bear me out. The best-selling non-fiction category

simple, sweet and delicious

Irini Savva 1. Yes 2. No, mostly use as inspiration 3. No, difficult to answer this one. There must still be a demand if bookshops still stock them I guess.

we do think alike till answer number 2, I’ve never thought of number 3 🙂

Sarah Allenby What Nielouphar says. I used to only but Jamie Oliver’s books, but in the past few years have widened my reading list. I follow recipes and sometimes have that ‘aha’ moment where I’m inspired by an ingredient the writer has used, or a part of a recipe.
Cookbooks, any book is never a waste of money. I scour second-hand book shops & charity shops for bargains.

Sarah Allenby Http://atouchofrosting.blogspot.com  A Touch of Frosting and other things  atouchofrosting.blogspot.com

oh she is a fan of my husbands favorite chef

jamie oliver makes cooking look easy…. 

Saloni Jolly Banga 1. Yes
2. I use cookbooks both as an inspiration and follow recipes if it’s from a cuisine or if it uses a technique I have not tried previously.
3. Cookbooks or books in general can never be a waste for me, in fact it’s my secret indulgence. I look for cookbooks wherein authors have given vivid description, side notes or stories to go with the recipe. Blog : http://tastecharades.com/

Taste Charades
tastecharades.com When hunger strikes, I set a table for two.

she spoke her mind out I  agree to the points

Try those different techniques from the books you’ve got, you will sure be happy to have spent a penny to buy the book…

Ritu Chaturvedi 1- Yes, I am very active reader of all kinds of Books,2-I use cookbooks for inspiration & some plating options sometimes different nationality cuisine, It is always useful. 3-Because I love reading, so books or cook books cannot be out of culture for me, Though Internet is quite handy but we keeps books as a treasure, buying books cannot be waste of money. Explanation of the dish is better in the book than internet.

answer number 3 is so thoughtful and she is correct

Debbie Steedman I love cook books, who doesn’t ? I check book sales etc

I was like her before and am still same glad 🙂

the best time to buy cookbooks is when there is a book sale 🙂

Kari Heron We are cookbook fiends. We buy them in print. We have a highly treasured collection of culinary tomes as well as more homely books. We have books on different cuisines and are still collecting. We also give and receive cookbooks as gifts. We both use them in our work and at home but we often buy and read cookbooks for inspiration and support.
Chef and Steward
chefandsteward.com
(by Chef and Steward)

she speaks for the entire bloggers and foodies in the group lets like it together:-)

we sure are cookbook worms so are we food bloggers and we are proud of it aren’t we???

Anjana Chaturvedi Well i don’t buy cookbooks anymore , however when i had started cooking i used to buy cook books as it was definitely more convenient in those days where we din’t have handy Tablets to look into , however now there are so many good recipes of all cuisines online for inspiration . Moreover i don’t thinks young girls of this generation will prefer to buy cook books as i can see my daughter as a living example who uses Google for all her recipe needs . My Blog : http://maayeka.blogspot.ae/

she is experiencing my question

even my 8 month old wants a touch phone, millenium kids are obsessed with tech stuff and depend on it.

Debbie Steedman That’s the thing I buy books then I Google

same here:-)

double check for the perfect outcome 🙂

Nielouphar Abdurahiman I agree.. we can get tons of recipes online.. but there is something about books. #nerdalert

I agree with her

owning a book is a nice feeling!!!

Huma Kalim you are right Nielouphar Abdurahiman i have few oldie cookbooks where there are classic recipes not found today. there pages have tainted but my love for them has not. every time I go back home, tell my mom to take care of them. promising once I have my place in India, I will take it. count me crazy but I have emotional attachments to my cook book.

same pinch

when the world in moving forward with traditional recipes being overtaken by modern day junk food i hope these recipe books will help our kids to enjoy a nice family meal with their kids and some story time 

Dinusha Jayatillake I don’t buy cook books purely for the recipes (or with the intention of trying them out) – I find it relaxing to browse through them. Like Saloni mentioned, love those that come with stories and not just recipes and pictures. Books are never a waste of money in my opinion.

books are indeed mans best friends too 🙂 

each recipe should have a story….

Prachi Grover Okay as i type this I am on way to starting a support group called cookbook collectors anonymous. So answer to question no. 1 is yes I buy cookbooks. I own more than a 100 last i counted. I buy food memoirs too. It could be to read about unfamiliar cuisines, ingredients, stories behind the recipes, cooking techniques, writing styles plus all of them make great bedtime reading. 2. I use them for both inspiration and following especially when trying out something the first time and when baking. 3. Books for me can never be a waste of money. Together between DH, me and my little chefling we can open a library with 1000 plus books and I love that there are days when she opens my cookbooks and spends an hr with it seeing each picture and then asks me to cook from there…something that Google will never allow us Blog : http://orangekitchens.blogspot.ae/

will she be my friend? She’s got 100’s of book?

Wow I wanna visit her with a nice cake made by myself 🙂 just to borrow some cook books:-)



Brenda F. Abdelall (1) I buy a ton of cookbooks (2) I use them for inspiration. I only follow a recipe if it’s for baking, or a type of cuisine I am not as familiar with (like Iranian, Thai, etc.) (3) Never waste of money. I love the pictures, the touch and feel of a cookbook.

clean bowled I like the 2nd answer cos I do the same 🙂

learning new cuisines from a recipe book is fun i love it

Shaima Al T 1-all the time 2 not at all, unless it’s dessert and baked goods because I just can’t figure out the chemistry of baking. Unlike normal cooking, I use the recipe as a guideline and I tinker away with my own version. 3- cookbooks are classic. They are never a waste of money and always a good source of tangible inspiration.

I am not a dessert person like her and this is when we need a few cookbooks 🙂

Ishita Saha 1) I buy cookbooks almost all the time; 2) No, I don’t follow the recipes at all (I know it’s shocking) however I take in nuances from it. 3) Yes for most of my friends. No, for myself. I love the smell, the feel, the texture of books – love the smudges, the sprinkles, the folds – I read cook books or books on different cuisine, history of food, culinary travel at bedtime – dream of travel and food and wake up with a smile!

she is so foodilicious 🙂

thats what you need to learn from those recipes books pilled up in your shelves….

 

I wanted to make the comments more fun to read which is why I have added some comments below each commenters comments highlighted with back quotes.

Hope you enjoy this post and found some answers to your questions.
Now lets start buying a couple of cookbooks together and stir up a feast 🙂

mafaza

In My Kitchen ; Lunch time cooking: colors and ingredients

In My Kitchen

It was time to start cooking lunch when I read sarah Waltons blog post on holi colors. I was walking over to the kitchen thinking of an idea to get some images and post. Lunch time cooking is the most exciting task. We cook a few vegetables with a meat and rice as per our sri lankan menu. Whoever is at home enjoys the lunch, Sometimes leftovers are served at dinner. While getting the ingredients from the refrigerator I was attracted by colorful vegetables I saw on my drawer. I soon started pitching up a story and taking photographs of my ingredients.
I love sri lankan food and enjoy cooking it while trying out new recipes and ingredients as a result I started of cooking the chicken curry for lunch using ma’s curry spice.
I followed the instructions and prepared accordingly.
I then decided to go ahead and capture the colors in cooking up a chicken curry amd here is my story in pictures.

The colors I found in my refrigerator

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The chicken curry in four steps

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The MA’s chicken curry spice mix

I should say a bit about this spice mix.
1. Easy
2. Affordable
3. Delicious
4. Smells good
5. Helps get a delicious sri lankan chicken curry in just 4 steps.

4 step chicken curry using ma’s spice mix-
1. Wash, clean chicken and mix with some chicken curry mix.
2. Temper onion, curry leaves and green chillies.
3. Add the chicken and mix well.
4. Stir in some coconut milk and let it cook, take off when tender.

mafaza