Beetroot is one healthy vegetable, and I learnt about it long back, however I always wondered how to bring it to best use. I normally use beetroot in salad, and juice. I have also used beetroot in soups, pickles and smoothies. This time around I am sharing something new, this is “beetroot paneer”. It is evident that a majority of people love paneer hence I decided to create this rich gravy based curry.
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Its been a couple of months I visited a local Thai restaurant, and had Pad Thai. Ever since then I had idea brewing in my mind to create something which is a good fusion of Indian and Thai cuisine. Both these cuisines have distinct flavour, hence I wanted to preserve the same and offer something scrumptious yet authentic. Hence I decided to play gently with flavours to maintain originality and offer newness.
As much as I am vegetarian my partner is fond of non-vegetarian food. This means he ends up cooking his own non-veg food, and try to help him with my ideas on cooking. This “Prawn malai curry” is another such recipe which was executed by Kapil and I dd my bit with providing him guidance 😉
I reckon if you are prawn lover, you will like this curry. It has distinct south indian taste, thanks to Coconut milk. If you familiar with Goan cuisine, you may find a little it of overlap, due to popularity of coconut usage in coastal regions of India.
There are those who love to get dirty and fix things. They drink coffee at dawn, beer after work. And those who stay clean, just appreciate things. At breakfast they have milk and juice at night. There are those who do both, they drink tea.
If you know me, then you already know that I am a tea person and how much I love my tea. According to Britain Express, although the custom of drinking tea dates back to the third millennium BC in China, it was not until the mid 17th century that the tea first appeared in England. Today, Tea is the most quintessential of English drinks.
My daughter is a is cheese fan and I am not averse to it either. I love mushrooms and we, as a family love broccoli too. With these things in my mind, I always wanted to try out something like a french or italian cuisine and which led me to experiment. I have earlier mentioned that I love bruschetta con fughi.
So I decided to make something on those lines. If am honest, I am not sure how anyone else will feel about this recipe, but I loved the end product so did my family (and the guest who was my guinea pig) 😀