Farzana Hoque ‘s Thai soup recipe-
1)Fry chicken pieces/prawn in a little bit of oil until they cook through and put those aside.
2) put a sauspan into a stove, pour chicken stock on it and bring to boil chicken stock. Now add fried chicken/prawn+ mushroom + corn in the boiling stock.
3) Add a little bit of dark Soya sauce, hot chilli sauce and salt. Leave the stock for a few minutes on the stove.
4) Whisk an egg in a seperate bowl and pour it on to boiling stock. Keep stirring in order to get nice and smoothy texture in soup.
Note-I used portabella mushroom instead of using a can mushroom. You can also use fresh button mushroom and any type of vege of your own choice.
Farzana Hoque’s recipe
1)Fry drumsticks in hot oil , turning occasionally for a few mins, or until golden brown. take drumsticks out from the pan.
2) in the same oil put diced onion and fry onion until it looks light brown in color. now add garlic paste+ginger paste+cumin powder+corionder powder+chillie paste+little bit of garam masala powder. Fry these ingredients for a while. add 1 tbs of yoghurt on it while frying.
3)Now add drumstick in to this masala mixtute so that all the drumsticks get coated with masala.Add water in to it. Make sure there is enough water is added in order to create gravy like consistency. Bring to boil till the chicken being half cooked, then put diced red bull horn capcicum (you can use regular capsicum instead of redbull horn capsicum) in chicken. Cover and simmer until chicken in tender. Stir 1 tsp of lemon juice and sliced fresh chillies
Nawshin Laila’s haleem
mutton – half kg
onion- 4 med
garlic n ginger paste – 1 spoon
green chillies – as much as u like
haleem mix masala .. – 1 pack
heat some oil in the pan and then fry some onion and then some garlic and ginger paste and put the meat. when the mixing is done pour some water for the meat to get cooked. once the meat is tender, i followed the haleem mix receipe … just follow that.
once cooked, spinkle with fried onions, green chillies, coriander and cucumber and lime.
i used raduni haleem mix..
‘s vegetable fried rice
mixed veg ektu fry kore nite hobe .. then if u want egg then fry korte hobe then uthai rekhe .. pan e oil diye onion, chillies, soya salt n tasting salt diye rice diye dite hobe .. once u mix all of them .. chilli flakes, tomatoes diye kisu khon rekhe uthai felte hobe .. thts it !!
•1/2 cup All Purpose flour
•1 teaspoon besan (gram flour)
•1/2 teaspoon yeast
•1/2 teaspoon oil
•1/2 teaspoon sugar
•About 1/3 cup of lukewarm water (as needed)
•1 cup sugar
•1/2 cup water
1.Dissolve the yeast in warm water and let it sit for about five minutes.
2.Mix the flour, besan (gram flour), oil, and sugar together.
3.Add the yeast solution and mix well, making sure that there are no lumps and the batter is smooth.
4.Set the batter aside and let it sit in a warm place for one hour.
5.Make sure the batter is fermented, but do not over ferment.
6.For syrupBoil the sugar and water together.
7.Heat the oil in a flat frying pan about 1 1/2″ deep. To check if the oil is ready, put ont drop of batter in the oil, the batter should sizzle and come up without changing in color right away.
8.Fill the Jalebi batter into a piping bag with a number 3 nozzle. You can also use an empty bottle (i.e. empty ketchup or mustard bottle).
9.Squeeze the Jalebi batter out in the hot oil in a pretzel shape to about 2 inches in diameter.
10.Fry the Jalebis until golden-brown on both sides.
11.Transfer into the warm syrup.
12.Let jalebi soak in the hot syrup for a few seconds and take out.
pan e oil gorom kore … onion diye ektu garlic paste diye holud powder, chilli powder n jeera powder dite hobe. then cube size potatoes dite hobe once they r half cooked canned tin chola diye dite hobe once the water drys out dress it wid tomatoes and coriander.
— with chola bhaja