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Chocolate dipped strawberries

Crab Curry

Sea foods are one of my favorite and they get cooked quickly too. Today's recipe is all about crabs. Crab is one of my favorite sea foods and i love to eat crab gravy for white rice.    An amateur cook can also easily make this crab recipe. Do try this out and share your valuable feedback. Ingredients: 250 gms of crab 2 green chillies 1/2 cup grated coconut 1 medium sized onion, finely chopped 1 medium sized tomato, finely chopped 1 tsp fennel seeds 1 sprig of curry leaves 1/4 tsp turmeric powder 2 tsp cooking oil salt to taste 1 cup water 1 tsp ginger-garlic paste or roughly pounded fresh ginger garlic. How to make crab gravy: Clean the crabs by removing the outer shell. Wash them thoroughly and separate the larger legs from each crab. In a mixer jar, blend together coconut and green chillies together with little bit of water to a smooth paste. Heat a wok, add oil. Add fennel seeds and a sprig of curry leaves. After few seconds, add onions and ginger garlic. Saute till the raw sme

Bok Choy Chicken Stir Fry

 Bok Choy chicken stir fry is from Asian cuisines and it's one of those simplest stir fry recipes i would crave for any given day, served with white rice or fried rice. Yum is the word to describe it's taste. If you are hardcore desi food fan, then you might not be clinging to this recipe since, it's cooked with less spices and the very basic ingredients like ginger, garlic, pepper and some sauces that are available in my pantry.  As to me, bok  choy is one cute vegetable which gives me immense happiness as i see it or hold it! Can't deny it - you see :) You can check few of other chicken based curries/gravies from my blog site -  Chicken gravy or kuzhambu chicken kabob broiled coriander chicken village style chicken gravy shallots chicken curry  pepper chicken gravy chicken teriyaki chicken tenders spicy chicken roast chicken keema chicken malai kabob Ingredients: 100 gms of chicken, boneless 4-5 bok choy stalks with leaves 1 tsp red chilli flakes 1/2 tsp pepper powder

Guava Ginger Tea

Guava fruit is packed with vitamin c and so its leaves! Here i'm going to make a simple ginger tea using guava leaves. This helps in reducing stomach bloat. I did realize it as soon as i had it as my morning drink - very refreshing it was!  I would really suggest to try this awesome power packed drink at your home and as a regular drink to boost your immunity levels and stay fit. Also, here is a glimpse of a guava tree and how guava leaves look like - in case if you are not familiar with it.  Let's see the ingredient lists for making guava ginger tea. Ingredients. 1 tsp honey 1.5 cups of water 1 inch ginger, finely chopped 4-5 fresh guava leaves. How to make guava ginger tea: To a sauce pan, add water. Then take guava leaves. Here i'm picking the leaves from my home garden. Wash and then roughly tear the leaves; add it to boiling water. Chop ginger into small pieces and add it. The leaves change the color within few secs. Let it boil for 3-4 minutes on high flame. Switch of

Pineapple Fried Rice

 Pineapple is my most favorite food and the most fruit that i craved for all throughout my pregnancy. I'm still not sure why it is advised to have pineapple in limited amounts (only in India) but it's one such fruit where you have the sweetness and a little bit of sourness. Hence it is so apt to make rasam using pineapple. If you are wondering what it is - do check out the link here for pineapple rasam . The two best combinations that i can ask for is Thai food and pineapple - yes it's pineapple fried rice. Today i had chicken breast and made chicken pineapple fried rice. Hope you enjoy this recipe and try it at your home. Ingredients: 1/2 cup chopped pineapple chunks 1/2 bell pepper, juveniled 1/2 cup cabbage juveniled 1/2 cup carrot juveniled 1 tsp vinegar 2 tsp green chilli sauce 1 tbsp tomato ketchup 2 tbsp oil a pinch of turmeric powder 1/2 tsp red chilli powder 1 tbsp black pepper powder salt to taste 2 tsp finely chopped garlic 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves or onio