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Posted by on Feb 4, 2012 in Grains, NonVeg | 0 comments

Spaghetti and Meatballs

Spaghetti and Meatballs

Spaghetti and Meatballs is the favorite meal for my kiddos.Particularly my daughter,she totally loves it !I am the only one who is not crazy about it here.I wasn’t much in a mood to cook,did you guess the theme? Thats when the leftover comes for rescue. I had frozen half of the unsauced Swedish meatballs, i had made earlier in the week.Jar of store bought marinara sauce, which i simply perked up with garlic and chili flakes oil and simmered the defrosted meatballs .Added some whole grain cooked Spaghetti to it.Sprinkled with Parmesan cheese and served along with Salad.Can’t get any lazier then that....

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Posted by on Feb 2, 2012 in NonVeg | 0 comments

Roasted Chicken Quarters

Roasted Chicken Quarters

I wasn’t really in a mood to stand by the stove and cook ,so i thought of making something which takes less effort in my part.Rice was out,since we had it night before.I thought cornbread would be good and to go with that Roasted Chicken leg quarters,i had sitting in my fridge.Served with BBQ sauce..You would see how part of the story changes as the evening progresses.So this is what went in my Roasted Chicken Quarters. PrintRoasted Chicken Quarters Ingredients3 Chicken Leg Quarters Handful of cilantro leaves, chopped Olive Oil Salt to season the Chicken 1.5 Tbl Coriander seed 1 tsp White Peppercorns 1 tsp Fennel seeds 1 Tbl Sweet Hungarian PaprikaInstructionsPreheat oven to 425F Grind all the spices. Mix the ground spices with chopped cilantro leaves,oil and salt. Poke the chicken quarters and stuff the spice mixture under the skin and every nook and corner of the chicken generously. Roast the chicken at 425F for 20 mins until the skin is browned. Turn the temperature down to 375F,cover...

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Posted by on Feb 1, 2012 in NonVeg | 0 comments

Unified Chicken Drumsticks

Unified Chicken Drumsticks

I am having problem christening this dish.Since i threw in the stuff as i opened my spice drawer and walked to my pantry.One good thing was,it received 3 out 5 rating from my husband and son.Much improvement over 0,don’t you think? It has black mustard seed as seasoning,which is quintessential  ‘South’ Indian.Notice the black round seeds in Onion.Then it also has ‘Cumin’ (thin and  long seeds)and ‘Coriander’ (round seeds which are certainly used powdered everywhere but as ‘seeds’ mostly in ‘North’ Indian cooking.They are  the seeds of  green and leafy ‘Cilantro’ you buy in store. I did grind them using my handy dandy Coffee grinder(no i don’t use that for coffee!). When i opened the spice drawer,i saw the Southwest  seasoning by Mrs Dash and i thought why not?Sprinkle a little,it wouldn’t hurt.This is where my  ‘christening’ dilemma comes from…I am calling it ‘Unified’.Feel free to shoot your naming ideas. This is what went to it PrintUnified Chicken Drumsticks Ingredients1 and half small chopped onions 2 chopped med size tomatos 2 Russet Potatoes(Optional,i...

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Posted by on Jan 31, 2012 in NonVeg | 1 comment

Swedish Chicken Meatballs

Swedish Chicken Meatballs

Spaghetti and meatball,a classic American fare is well liked in our home.Particularly my little pasta lover girl,begs for it regularly.So  i obliged them today :-).We like regular meatballs in red sauce but my hubby,LOVES Swedish style meatballs and so do I. However,as much as i have heard the glory of IKEA Swedish meatballs,none of us have tasted it and  not being a red meat eater,I could never taste one in future either.Also I am kinda picky about meatballs.Yes I would like an Asian inspired meatballs “may be” but it’s not something I get excited about eating.I have prepared this  Swedish Meatballs recipe  before,so we stuck with it today as well. I used 1 lb ground chicken and adjusted rest of the ingredients accordingly.I used melon baller to scoop out the meatballs,which is not round but flattened and I call it Chicken Fritters.I wasn’t counting but it made 3 dozen meatballs easily.I froze some.It was great just as it is without sauce.It will be a great filling for pita bread unsauced. You know i often tell you to...

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Posted by on Jan 31, 2012 in musing | 0 comments

Foodie Journey

I created this blog on blogger little over 2 years ago and it existed in utter futility, breathed internet air for nothing…Years rolled and many things  happened,like pinterest 🙂 .Encouraged by some other friends,i decided to put an end  my  long time procrastination, i started,what i call Project 365(366 for this year for all you picky ).I decided that i will take picture everyday of whatever it is.1 or 2 or many..So today when my darling husband suggested ,taking pics of the food would help him select what  he would like for dinner.Yes to answer the age old profound question “Whats for dinner?”, which i face every evening . And thats when i had an epiphany,may be i should revive this fruitlessly breathing,merely existing blog which i created years ago and turned it into a foodie journal.Listing food which i make on regular basis and we can look back  for future menu planning.I am too lazy to do menu planning or stick with it,if i do indeed plan one.I thought may be i...

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