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बच्चों के लिए रेसिपी · Recipes in English Chef Sanjeev Kapoor is the most celebrated face of Indian cuisine. He is Chef extraordinaire, runs a. His recipe portal is a complete cookery manual with a compendium of more than 10, tried & tested recipes, videos, articles, tips. sanjeev kapoor's recipe book - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.

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Keep as it is for 5 minutes.

Meanwhile heat the sugar and water in a wide sauce pan. Bring to a boil. Strain the milk through a muslin cloth. Wash the chenna in the cloth under cold running water. Press out the excess water and remove in a wide plate.

Gently knead into a soft dough by passing between fingers. Make twelve equal sized balls of the dough. Let them into the boiling water. Cover with a perforated lid. Boil for 13 to 15 minutes. Take off from heat and cool them to room temperature.

Add essence and chill for at least 4 to 5 hours. Grate khoya. Powder sugar. Mix together in a skillet. Heat on low flame , stiring continously. Cook till mixture thickens. It should form a very soft lump. Cool for 10 minutes. Take a small fistful of mixture. Form a ball. Press into the cookie mould. Turn out carefully. Press slices of pista on the centre.

Repeat for remaining mixture. Note on khoya. Khoya is available in most Indian sweetmeat stores anywhere. Making at home consumes time but isn't that difficult. Boil milk on high flame in a large heavy saucepan till water evaporates , leaving a soft lump. Stir frequently while cooking.

OR Substitute with 1 tin gms. Boil till a soft lump is formed. Stir continuously while cooking. Shelf Life: Mash khoya. Mix in tne sugar. Put into a heavy saucepan. Cook till the mixture is a very soft lump. Spread on the working board silver foil carefully and evenly. Make incisions with knife to cut in the desired size and shape.

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To make chocolate mava burfi: Roll both parts separately. Place the chocolate on the mava layer. Roll lightly. Continue as for mavaburfee. Mash paneer. Add condensed milk and cook on slow flame, stirring continously. Cook till thick and sides leave. Add essence and remove from flame. Pour on plate. Make ladoos. Sprinkle powdered elaichi and decorate. Crumble the khoya. Sieve in the flour and soda together. Mix in the cardomom powder and crushed saffron.

Mix well to form a soft dough. Use as much milk as required for kneading. Make balls of even size. Makes about Heat the ghee very well. Take off fire and cool a little. Let in some of the jamoons. When they rise up put back on fire and fry till medium brown.

Remove from ghee and put in the syrup. Soak for 10 minutes. Drain and transfer to a glass bowl. Repeat for all the balls. When done pour the remaining syrup over the jamoons. Microwave lightly or warn over boiling water before serving. Take the sugar in a heavy pan and add water to just cover the sugar.

Boil and add a tbsp. Strain and boil again. The syrup is done when , while dropping from a spoon it falls in a thin single thread. Mix ingredients for filling. The mixture should be soft and crumbly. Mix ingredients for cover. Using water knead to a pliable dough.

Cover with a wet cloth. Keep aside 4. Boil sugar and water adding a tbsp. Boil till the syrup is slightly sticky between the fingers. Crush and add the saffron. Make 15 to 16 flattish balls of the mixture. Divide dough also into 15 to 16 parts. Roll one part into a puri, place one mixture ball in the centre. Pull up all the sides to seal the mixture and press in centre. Make 5 to 6 such kachoris, heat ghee and fry on low flame till light brown, turning once.

Repeat for remaining kachoris. When slightly cool, make a hole in the centre of each approx. Pour about half tbsp. Allow to stand for half hour before serving. The unsweetened kachoris may be stored without refrigeration for one week and sweetened as required. Time required: Mix both flours together. Make a well in the centre, add all other ingredients, except oil to deep fry. Mix them well in the flour. Add enough water to make a soft pliable dough.

Divide dough to make small 4" diameter thin rounds. Prick on both sides with a fork. Allow to dry on a clean cloth for minutes. Deep fry in hot oil till a light browning appears. Do not over fry. Drain and cool completely before storing. Warm the water, sugar and ghee together till sugar dissolves. Add maida and knead into a soft pliable dough. Divide dough into 4 parts. Cut with a cookie cutter or knife into small diamond shapes.

Lift with spatula and loosen. Keep aside on a dry cloth for 1 hour. Deep fry in hot ghee over slow flame till light golden brown. Drain well and keep aside till cool. Store in clean, dry containers. Heat the water and jaggery till all of it dissolves in the water.

Strain and cool a bit. Mix the cardamom powder and ghee in the flour. Knead the flour with the jaggery water. The dough should be stiff but pliable. Break into approx. Knead each with palm and roll into 4" rounds. Make many tiny slits with knife or fork on each on both sides.

Keep them aside on a clean cloth for an hour or so to dry a bit. Deep fry in hot ghee on low flame till light golden in colour. Drain and cool for a while. The khajas will become crisper and harder as they cool.

Store in airtight container after cooling completely. Roast khoya to a light pink by stirring continuously over low heat. Cool and break in fine crumbs with fingers. Mix flour and ghee well. Add enough water to make soft pliable dough. Roast coconut flakes lightly. Mix all other ingredients. Check for sweetness. Make small 4 " rounds, not too thin not too thick. Place 1 tsp. Fold over the other half, sealing in the mixture. Seal edges by twisting or pressing together. Make all in t he same way.

Dry on clean cloth for 30 minutes. Deep fry in hot ghee on low till light brown on both sides. Boil the sugar and water together. Add a tbsp.

Remove scum and boil liquid till the syrup is sticky between the fingers. Keep aide, but keep warm for use. Make batter with gram flour, which should not be too thin. The batter should evenly coat the back of a spoon when dipped i n it.

Heat ghee, hold perforated spoon a little above the hot ghee, pour some batter on the spoon. Tap very lightly at edge of spoon to allow small droplets to fall in the ghee.

Pour back remaining batter and wipe spoon. Stir the boondis in the ghee gently and fry till crisp but not brown. Drain and put into the syrup. Keep for minutes before draining from the syrup.

Spread on a wide plate, add cardamom powder, almonds and mix gently. Cool completely and loosen the boondi with finger till each droplet separates. Take great care while dropping the boondi in the hot ghee so as not to burn yourself. A little practice and it is very easy. Wash the rices and dal together. Add plenty of water and methi seeds. Allow to soak for hours or overnight. Rewash the rice by draining the water times. Grind to a paste. Rawa -like grains should be felt in the batter.

Add soda bicarb and salt and mix well. Keep aside in a warm place for hours. Beat the curds well. Add to the batter, add more water if required. The consistency of the batter should be thick enough to thickly coat on a spoon when dipped.

Heat the iron griddle or non-stick tawa well. Pour a spoonful of batter in the centre, spread with the back of the spoon to a thin round.

Pour a tsp. Remove with spatula when crisp. Blend all the ingredients together. Add more buttermilk if necessary.

The batter should be relatively thin. Heat griddle and pour 1 large spoon of batter on it. Spread by gently rotating the griddle. Lift with a spatula as for basic dosa. Fresh only. Thin with polka sized holes, not too crisp, foldable. Wash rice separately and dals toghether. Soak in plenty of water and keep aside for hours. Wet grind the rice till semolina type grain can be felt Wet grind rice till fine. Mix both batters. Add the curds, salt, soda and oil. Mix well till fluffy and light.

Keep aside for hours before making dosas. Heat griddle, pour batter and make as for plain dosas. Serve hot with chutney. Make thin or thick as desired. Light and thin, foldable but crisp. Rawa -like grains should be felt in Add soda bicarb and salt and mix well. The consistency of the batter should be enough to thickly coat on a spoon when dipped. Spread chutney spread over dosa. Fold into triangle to cover masala.

Chop potatoes coarsely. Chop green chillies. Heat oil, add cashews and brown lightly. Add dal, seeds and splutter. Add chillies and onions.

Fry till tender. Add turmeric, salt, potatoes, coriander. Chutney spread: Use very little water. Dry masalas: Sieve together flour, salt and soda. Add and mix in curds and oil.

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Add enough milk to knead into a soft pliable dough. Keep aside for hours. Make sure the cloth does not dry up, or wet again. Knead dough again. Take fistful of dough. Fry in hot oil. Turning only once. Till very light golden in colour. Repeat for all. Serve hot with hot channa and slices of onions and lemon.

Put the soaked, washed channa in a cooked with enough water, teapouch and bay leaves. Cool about 5 tbsp. Chop remaining tomatoes and onions fine. Heat oil in a large skillet. Add cumin seeds to splutter. Add ginger-garlic and fry for a minute.

Add chopped tomatoes, onion and fry till tender. Add channa-paste, fry further minutes. Add all dry masala except cinnamon-clove powder. Stir and fry till oil separates. Add drained channa and 2 cup water which was drained from channa. Stir and bring to boil. Simmer for minutes till gravy thickens. Take in serving dish. Heat ghee in a small sauce pan. Add the chillies and cinnamon-clove powder.

Add chopped coriander and pour hot over the channa. Squeeze lemon over channa. Stir in seasoning gently. Pressure cook mixed vegetables and peas till well done. Mash them coarsely after draining. Heat butter in a pan. Add ginger-garlice, capsicum, onion, tomatoes. Fry for minutes till very soft. Add pavbhaji masala , chilli powder, turmeric, salt, sugar and fry further minutes. Bring to boil. Simmer till gravy is thick, stirring and mashing pieces with masala, in between.

Add lemon juice, stir. Garnish with chopped coriander and a block of butter.

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Slit pavs horizontally leaving one edge attached. To open like a book. Apply butter as desired and roast open on a griddle till hot and soft with the surface crisp on both sides.

Sieve together flour and salt. Add chilled butter. Mix with fork till mixture is crumbly. Sprinkle chilled water over it. Quickly, with light hand mix the dough into a lump.

Do not over knead. Chill dough for 15 mins. Roll dough into 4" thick round. Place over a greased pie plate. Prick with a fork all over. Bake in a pre-heated o ven for 12 mins. Grate tomato, onion, ginger. Finely chop green chillies. Chope and boil other vegetables. Heat oil in a skillet, add the grated vegetables and chillies. Cook for mins. Stirring occasionally. Add all other ingredients except cream. Cook till the water evaporates and curry is thick.

Sprinkle a little cornflour over the crust. Pour and spread the filling in the shell. Pour cream all over. Bake for mins. Slice and serve warm.

Wash poha till clean. Drain water sprinkle a handful of clear water and keep aside. After 15 minutes loosen the poha gently, and break lumps with fingers. In a heavy saucepan, heat oil, add seeds and then potatoes. Add onion, chillies and curry leaves. Stir and fry onions till tender. Take off fire. Add poha and all other ingredients. Save some coconut and coriander leaves for garnishing. Mix very well. Adjust salt and lime as per taste.

Return to low flame till hot. Stir gently every now and then. Transfer to serving dish and garnish with coriander and coconut. Serve hot with freshly brewed coffee. Just before serving. Sprinkle a few drops water if too dry. Adjust taste and salt. Spoon into individual bowls. Sprinkle some sev and coriander to garnish. Serve immediately. Knead slightly stiff dough cover and keep for 2 hours. Take naan sized dough and make a ball. Roll to a thickish roti mm thick. Heat griddle tawa place on tawa and dry one side.

Wet upper side with water and invert. Invert griddle and roast over gas flame or if available a barb- que coalfire. It will fall off when done. Sieve together dry ingredients into a large rimmed plate.

Add butter curds, oil and crumble with fingers. When does is like course crumbs, add milk a little at a time, till a soft pliable dough is formed. Cover with wet muslin cloth. Cover with another plate and keep aside for 5 - 6 hours. Knead dough lightly. Break of piece, the size of a medium potato and roll into a thick triangle, using dry dough if required. Place on a pre-warmed griddle tawa. Apply water on the top part with hands Invert naan and stick to griddle. Invert griddle and roast over the gas flame direct or nothing like toasting over bar-b-que coals.

Serve hot with a blob of butter on it. Knead a slightly stiff dough, adding all above ingredients, cover with wet cloth. Break off bits and make small potato sized balls. Roll to mm thickness. Roast on griddle tawa as for phulka. Or after brown spots appear place direct on gas flame and puff, with help of tongs. Phulka also may be done similarly if puffing with cloth, feels difficult.

Apply ghee or butter and serve hot with sweetened mango preserve chunda or curds or jam. Roll the bread flat with the help of a rolling pin. Mix the salt, chilli, garlic in the butter. Apply on all slices generously. Roll one slice tightly from end to end. Brush all over with a bit of butter.

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Coat the roll with grated cheese by rolling in it. Repeat for all slices. Cover rolls with a moist cloth. Place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Bake in a hot oven for minutes or till golden brown and crisp. Serve hot with ketchup. If you have trouble keep the rolls in place when raw, secure them with toothpicks before placing in the fridge. Remove toothpicks before baking. The potatoes will turn out best if boiled and refrigerated overnight before using. Do not peel potatoes. You already entitled for newsletter.

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