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Pork Indad

Pork Indad

1.2 Kgs Pork (rind with fat and meat) sliced into 2×2 inch pieces

750 gms Potatoes (peeled and sliced)

1 Sliced Onion

Salt & Vinegar

Oil for frying the pork and potatoes

Grinding:

3 Onions

12 Red Chillies

6 Green chillies

12 Pepper Corns

1 Heaped Spoon Cumin Seeds

1 tsp Turmeric Powder

5 cloves

1 piece cinnamon

1 lime sized Tamarind

6 seeds garlic

To be ground in water and little vinegar

Method:

Wash the sliced pork and drain. Apply little salt and keep aside for 15 minutes. Apply salt to sliced potatoes and keep aside for 15 minutes. Fry the sliced potatoes and sliced pork slightly on both sides and remove. Heat a vessel and put the oil in which the pork was fried. Season the sliced onion and fry till slightly brown. Fry the ground masala till the colour changes to dark brown. Keep adding the masala water and more water if required. Add 2 to 3 cups water and add the fried pork and boil till pork is cooked. Add salt and vinegar to taste. Add fried potatoes and bring to boil. Pork Indad is ready.

Pork Bafat (Ground Masala)

Pork Bafat (Ground Masala)

2 Kgs Pork cut into Small Pieces

Grinding:

15 Pepper Corns

25 Red Chillies

1 Heaped Spoon Cumin Seeds

1 heaped Tsp Mustard Seeds

2 Heaped Spoons Coriander Seeds

1 tsp Turmeric Powder

Green Masala:

6 Chopped Onions

2 Pods Chopped Garlic

6 inches Ginger Chopped

6 Big Green Chillies Chopped

Other:

2 Cinnamon Leaves

15 cloves

2 big sticks Cinnamon

Half cup vinegar

A small lemon sized ball of Tamarind – immersed in warm water and tamarind water to be used.

Water

Salt to taste

3 Green Bananas (cut into small cubes) (optional)

Pork Blood or black pudding little or small piece smashed and soaked in vinegar. (Optional)

Method:

Grind the ingredients and keep aside. Heat a vessel and add two tablespoon of oil. When hot add the cinnamon, cloves and cinnamon leaves. Then add the green masala and fry till onions loses its rawness. Add the ground masala and fry for a few minutes. Then add the pork pieces, salt, 3 spoons vinegar and masala water. Cook till meat is nearly cooked. Now you can add the banana pieces, the pork blood or vinegar and tamarind water. Check for salt and cook for further 10 mins. Pork Bafat is ready.

If you cook this a day or couple of days earlier before the actual meal it will taste better.

Kandi (Banana Plant Stem) Chutney

Kandi (Banana Plant Stem) Chutney

 

Ingredients:

2 cups Banana Stem ( layers taken off and core cut into bits)

1 green chilli

½ Mustard seeds

¼ scraped coconut

A small ball tamarind

6 red chillies

A pinch Asafoetida or Hing

1 tsp salt

Seasoning:

½ tsp mustard seeds

½ tsp Fenugreek seeds or methi seeds

½ tsp urid or black gram dhal

3 small red chillies

1 sprig (10) curry leaves

A pinch Asafoetida or Hing

3 tbls oil

Method

Boil the Kandi bits in little water and one tsp salt. When boiled, cool and grind along with green chilli, mustard seeds, tamarind, red chillies, coconut, asafoetida and water.

Heat a pan and add oil. Add mustard seeds, red chillies, fenugreek seeds, urid dhal, asafoetida. When urid dhal turns brown, add curry leaves and cook for 30 seconds. Add the ground mixture. Mix and check for salt (add if required). Cook on slow flame for 2 minutes. Remove from stove.

Kandi (Banana Plant Stem) Fugath

 

Kandi (Banana Plant Stem) Fugath

Ingredients:

2 cups Banana Stem ( layers taken off and core cut into bits)

1 green chilli

1 chopped onion

½ tsp mustard seeds

½ tsp turmeric powder

1 sprig (10) curry leaves

¼ scraped coconut

1 tblsp vegetable powder (optional)

3 tbls oil

Method

Heat vessel and add oil. When oil is hot add mustard seeds, then onion, curry leaves and green chilli. When onion turns slightly brown add the turmeric powder, banana bits, salt and water. Mix and cook on slow fire till Kandi is cooked (15 to 20 minutes). Add vegetable powder and cook for a minute. If you want to skip vegetable powder, then add coconut mix and remove the vessel from stove.

Spicy Chicken Livers Dry

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500 gms Chicken Livers

Ingredients:

12 Dry Red Chillies

5 Seeds Garlic

1 tsp Cumin seeds

¾ tsp Turmeric Powder

Small Ball Tamarind

12  pepper corns

Two sticks cinnamon

5 cloves

All the above ingredients to be ground fine in water.

1 Onion Chopped

15 Curry Leaves

1/2 scraped Coconut

Vinegar ( 1 to 2 tbls)

Salt (1.5 tsp) to taste

Chopped coriander leaves few stalks.

Method:

Clean and Cut Chicken Livers into 2 to 3 pieces each, wash well and boil the pieces with a little salt, 1 tsp pepper powder, ½ tsp turmeric powder, 2 tblsp vinegar and one cup water.

Grind and remove the masala and reserve the masala water.

Fry 4 tablespoons of the ground masala. Add the scraped coconut and fry till you get the fried coconut aroma. Remove the coconut.

Heat two tablespoons oil and add curry leaves and then fry the chopped onion. When brown add the ground masala and fry till dry. Add the masala water and again fry till nearly dry. Now add boiled chicken liver pieces and fry till they are coated with the masala. Now add the boiled water, vinegar, salt and allow to cook till the meat is nearly dry.

Check for salt and vinegar- add if required. Add the fried scraped coconut and mix well. Add chopped coriander leaves. Mix and remove from flame.

 

Xmas Sweets (Kuswar) – Chaklies or Murukku

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Ingredients:

1 Kilo Rice Flour

100 gms Urid Dhal Flour (lightly Roasted)

1 Spoon Sesame Seeds (lightly roasted)

2.5 tbls hot oil or 100 gms of Melted Butter

1 Spoon Ajwain or Ovam

1 Spoon Chilli Powder

1.5 tsp salt

½ Tsp Asafoetida or Hing

Water for Dough

Oil for deep frying

Method:

Mix all the ingredients and form a dough. Keep aside for two hours. Using a form press (chakli form) press spirals onto newspapers or butter paper.

Heat oil and deep fry the chaklies. The dough can be pressed directly into oil. Remove and allow to cool before storing in air tight containers.

Xmas Sweets (Kuswar) – Kulkuls or Kidiyo

 

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Ingredients:

375 Gms Maida or Standard Flour (do not use self-raising flour)

125 gms Butter or Margarine

Salt to taste (use less if using salted butter), water & sugar (1 tbsp)

Kulkuls mold or fork or clean hair comb.

Oil for deep frying

Method:

Mix the maida and butter till the flour looks like bread crumbs. Add salt, water & Sugar and form a dough. Make small balls and then form kulkuls using the mold or fork or clean comb. While making the kulkuls apply a little oil to the mold so the dough does not stick. Ensure that the edges of the Kulkuls are not loose otherwise they will come apart while frying.

Deep fry the Kulkuls till they become light brown. When you drop them in a perforated vessel you should hear a thickish sound (thud).

Sugar Coating (optional)

75 gms sugar

¾ cup water

Heat both in a vessel till it becomes a sticky mixture. When the mixture starts becoming thick add the kulkuls and mix thoroughly. Remove from fire and spread into a tray and allow to cool. Store into airtight containers.