The last of our little Easter turkey is being turned into turkey pie. As usual this is a joint thing my wife and I make. My job is getting everything cut up for the filling. Usually I cook the filling but today my wife wants that job. Turkey pie is a favourite meal for me. There are 2 reasons I like it so much, first is I really like turkey. The main and most important reason I like it so much is I get to eat my wife’s pastry. I can’t say it enough, my wife makes the best pastry I have ever eaten. Honestly I could just eat a large piece of it cooked by itself with some gravy. Have had pastry in some very good restaurants, my wife’s pastry is a 100 times better. If I made the pastry for our turkey pie it would likely end up…
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This is a quick and easy recipe.
I wanted to make something crunchy
to be served with sambhar rice,and
having in mind,to create a new
recipe,I mixed in paneer with the
cabbage to make this tasty tikkis.
So,as usual I would like to share this
simple recipe with you all.
INGREDIENTS (12 tikkis)
1/4 cabbage chopped or grated fine.
150 gm paneer/cottage cheese grated
1 cup wheat flour
2 tsp ginger garlic paste
1 -2 tsp chilli flakes
1 onion chopped fine
2-3 green chillies chopped fine.
1 tsp cummin powder
1 tsp garam masala powder
Few chopped curry leaves
Salt to taste
Mix all the ingredients and bind well .
Take portions and flatten it if you are
shallow frying.This can be deep fried too.
1.You can add minced meat to the same recipe.
2. Add leeks /spring onions instead of onions.
3.Kofta curries,Korma,or Manchurian preparations…
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Soufflé pancakes are wonderful for breakfast
or as a snack . Kids will love it more if you try
making with different moulds.
You could try many fruit and vegetable
variations with the same recipe ,or add while
Today I will be giving the basic vanilla recipe
and a cheesy one .So two recipes in today’s post
a savoury and a sweet one .
To the recipe now
1/2 cup flour
4 tblsp. sugar ( to your taste)
1 tblsp oil / melted butter ( room temperature)
2 tblsp milk
3 egg yolks
4 egg whites
a pinch of cream of tartar /1 tsp.white vinegar
1 tsp vanilla essence
a pinch of salt
Beat egg whites stiff,with cream of tartar and
sugar.Sugar should be added gradually.
Mix the rest of the ingredients,(add flour last).
Fold in beaten egg whites lightly.
Heat a flat bottomed…
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