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Prime Rib

Prime Rib

Prime rib at home: it’s easier than you think! From the original site: Hello everyone! This is Linda, Sarah’s mother-in-law, nice to meet all of you! I was asked by Sarah, to give you my Prime Rib (Standing Rib Roast) recipe. Believe it or not, all these years of cooking, and I only made my first attempt this past Christmas……go figure! I think it was that horrible cooking fear “what if I screw it up, over c…

Roasted Rosemary and Garlic Potatoes

Roasted Rosemary and Garlic Potatoes

Rosemary and garlic combination is marriage made in heaven, though both are strong and over powering flavors still they compliment each other so well like a perfect couple. These potato wedges are super easy to make and end result is crisp from outside and tender from inside potato wedges. Ingredients: 4 Large Potatoes, washed and dried 2 Sprigs of Fresh Rosemary, chopped 5 Cloves of Garlic, slightly sma…

Paneer Pasanda

Paneer Pasanda

The word “Pasanda” means every one’s favorite and as the name suggests this paneer delicacy is adored by everyone who tastes it. The different pastes used to make the gravy add their own distinct flavors which combine to create a dish like non other. As usual I have made certain changes in the recipe, the original recipe suggest to make round shaped tikkis using grated paneer, flour and…

Mediterranean Delight Falafel

Mediterranean Delight Falafel

This Falafel recipe is my idea of tasty, comfort food – just load up the tortillas with falafel, grilled veggies and tuck in!!! These versatile chickpea patties can be served just like that with any spicy dip or make a great vegetarian filling for tortillas and pita breads. Falafel is a common dish eaten throughout the Middle East, usually made of chickpeas, fava beans or both. I usually love to tuck i…

Three Beans Salad

Three Beans Salad

Beans are powerhouse of protein and have significant amount of soluble fiber, which is helpful in keeping blood cholesterol low. In India, beans are an integral part of our daily diet but we always prefer them in spicy curries along with rice or chapatti, till recently for me also beans means Rajma Masala or Lobia Curry, I never explored any other option of including beans in my diet. Ingredients: ⅓ Cup Red K…

Cream of Garlic Soup

Cream of Garlic Soup

Unlike French Onion Soup onions need not to be browned over a low flame for this recipe therefore I consider it a great quick weeknight soup also. Meanwhile you are preparing for the main course the soup is ready and then the whole family can sit around, enjoy soup and share how was the day. Ingredients: 2 Tbsp olive oil 16 cloves garlic, roughly chopped 4 onion, sliced 6 ¾ cup chicken stock (see recipe here) or v…

Stir Fried Raw Banana Curry

Stir Fried Raw Banana Curry

Raw Banana does not need much time to cook or soften so while cooking does not add too much water, otherwise it will mashed up. The nature of raw banana is very much similar to potato, the same bland taste, quick to cook and prone to blackening while left cut for a longer time. Also, add sufficient oil while cooking to keep banana slices crisp and getting stick to the bottom. Ingredients: 2 Big Raw banana 1 Onion,…

Thai Style Chicken Satay

Thai Style Chicken Satay

Satay is one of the most popular street food in Asia, is a dish of seasoned, skewered and grilled meat, served with a sauce, from beef satay to chicken satay and an entire range of seafood satay, is being served at these hawker centers. I love satay because one need not to sit at one particular place and enjoy it, with satay skewer in one hand you can sneak peak into other stalls and take a look around the entire mar…

Spaghetti in Basil Pesto

Spaghetti in Basil Pesto

Spaghetti is an extremely versatile variety of pasta, it can be rich and satisfying when combined with meatballs in a Bolognese Sauce, light and luscious when tossed with vegetables or seafood, or positively mouthwatering when simply tossed in garlic and extra virgin olive oil. Ingredients: 500 Gm Spaghetti Pasta ⅓ Cup Homemade Basil Pesto (see recipe here) 2 – 3 Cloves of garlic, chopped ¼ Cup ch…

Cajun Rice and Grilled Chicken Burrito

Cajun Rice and Grilled Chicken Burrito

This Mexican boy is popular among the foodies all across the globe with many names – Tortilla, Burrito, Wrap or Roll but as someone well said “What’s in the name”, this is a quick, easy and super delicious way to use up any leftovers turkey from your fridge – with the holy Cajun trinity of onion, pepper and rice all wrapped up in a soft tortilla – trust me, it’s to die for. You can…

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