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Kadai paneer is a punjabi dish made with soft cheese . It tastes yummy with garlic naan. Kadai means wok and it is prepared in a iron cast wok served in iron cast wok well it is not mandatory to serve or cook it in a wok.It got its name from their and paneer is cheese.we all are fan of this creamy vegetable
My favourite Jewish food
Garlic 3 cloves
Oil 1-2 tbl spoon
Minced beef 1 kg
Tomatoes ½ kg
Green pepper 1
Raisins ½ mug
Cinnamon ½ teaspoon
Chilli ½ teaspoon
Salt and pepper
Green olives ¾ mug
Chop the onion and garlic and roast on oil.
Add minced meat and roast till brown.
Add sliced peeled tomatoes, sliced apples and pepper, raisins, chilli, cinnamon, salt and pepper.
Stew on low heat for 30 minutes.
Add the olives and stew for a while.
Serve with rice or bread.
Long before I have known how to prepare dhals, tabboulehs and lentil salads...I knew how to make my grandma's lentils! We always ate it with meatballs (rarely with sausages) and there has always been a box or two of lentils laying somewhere around our home pantry...together with cans of tomatoes, garlics and bay leaves. In times like these with those simple quintessential pantry ingredients you can create my Grandma's magic in less then 45 minutes (especially if you haven't forgotten to soak them the night before). Bon appetite or "prijatno" - as my grandma would put it!
Going camping in Lake George, NY was a staple of my childhood, and in 2019 my family decided we would go back. My boyfriend, still in culinary school at the time, cooked up a stir fry I’ll never forget- so here it is! Served best with a deck of UNO cards.
Created for MICA Spring 2020 Illustrating the Edible with Rebecca Bradley
Su-Yuk is a boiled pork belly seasoned with soybean paste, garlics, green onions, peppercorns, and onions. Su-Yuck is a special dish for me since it is one of my mother's "signature recipes."
This illustration is created for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible course at Maryland Institute College of Art.