Egg Fried Rice + Chicken 65

Here’s to recreating my mom’s classic dishes but with a little twist 🙂

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Here’s to recreating my mom’s classic dishes but with a little twist 🙂

Egg Fried Rice – Serves 4

Ingredients:

  • 1 chopped large white onion
  • 1 cut long serrano pepper
  • Ginger-garlic paste (quarter-sized ginger + 5 garlic cloves)
  • Mixed Vegetables (carrots, peas, corn, beans, potatoes)
  • Well-cooked scrambled eggs (5 eggs + salt + ground black pepper)
  • 1 cup of cooked and salted basmati rice

Process:

  1. Add 2 spoons of oil to a pan and add onions once oil is heated.
  2. Once onions are transparent, add the green peppers and the ginger garlic paste. Mix well.
  3. Add half a spoon of turmeric + one spoon of cayenne pepper powder + salt.
  4. Once the raw smell disappears, add the mixed vegetables and mix well.
  5. Let it cook for 5-10 minutes, so the masala cooks well with vegetables.
  6. Add soy sauce (up to your discretion) and mix well.
  7. Add the cooked scrambled eggs.
  8. Stir well and ensure that the masala cooks with the eggs.
  9. Once the mixture is well-cooked, add the already cooked basmati rice and mix well.
  10. Let everything simmer in medium heat for 5 minutes.
  11. Add cilantro for garnish and prepare the plates! 🙂

Chicken 65 – Serves 4

Ingredients:

  • 2 Chicken Breasts
  • Aachi Chicken 65 Masala Powder
  • Plain Yogurt
  • Lemon Juice

Process:

  1. Wash the chicken breasts well and cut them into mini cubes.
  2. Add that to a bowl along with 2-3 spoons of masala powder (depending on how spicy you want it) + 3 big spoons of plain yogurt + 1 spoon of lemon juice + a pinch of salt.
  3. Mix well and let this marinate for at least an hour.
  4. Deep fry this batter and garnish with cilantro and freshly squeezed lemon juice.
  5. Serve hot with a side of raita to balance out the spiciness and flavors with the Egg Fried Rice.

Jalebi Love

celebrating life with this bundle of sweetness and joy // homemade jalebis

Jalebi is an Arabian sweet that is famous for its distinct spiral shape. • Jalebi is typically served as a ‘celebration sweet’ in India. • The oldest reference of jalebi was cited in 13th century in a cookbook written by Muhammad Bin Hasan from Iran.

What’s your favorite sweet? 🙂

© AвнιAятѕ 2016