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Top Indian chefs and and recipe cook books for curry cuisine

The land of spices and curries have many proficient Indian chefs making the best in curry and delicious Indian recipes from the north to the south  to the east  and west of India.

There are many  Indian food critics  that write  reviews for the #Indian food and hospitality industry. We give you  some of the  well know names in the food industry in India and some reviews of the curry recipe cookbooks.

Best 10 Indian Chef’s and Food recipe critics


Tarla Dalal



1. “The Pleasures of Vegetarian Cooking "
2. The complete Gujarati Cook Book


Sanjeev kapoor Curry recipe cook books:

1.Khana Khazana:Celebration Of Indian Cookery
2.Khazana Of Healthy Tasty Recipes

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Video - How to clean a Crab

This video shows you how to clean a blue swimmer crab. Visit our youtube channel  to watch  the clean a crab video or many more How to recipe videos. We will be adding new recipe videos soon.

Clean  a crab – How to clean a crab

1. Remove the top off  of the crab  to revel the met of the crab as seen in video
2. remove the gunk (unwanted stuff ) from the crab top part , remove the head portion and peel of the behind v section  as shown in video.
3.Cut the crab  diagonally into  two pieces  and then between the legs to make four pieces  as in video
4.Wash and remove the remaining sticky unwanted stuff under the tap in running water and the crab is clean and ready to cook

Crab cleaning video

 
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Palappam by Jen



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Palappam by Jen


Ingredients
Raw Rice – 1 cup
Grated Coconut – 1 ½ cup
Cooked rice – 3 tablespoons
Yeast – ¼ tsp
Warm water – 1 tablespoon
Sugar – 3 teaspoons
Salt – ¼ tsp

Method
Soak the rice for 5-6 hours. Then grind it fine along with the cooked rice and sufficient water. Separately grind the grated coconut to a fine paste. Add to the rice paste with 2 ½ teaspoons of sugar. Mix well.
Mix yeast, warm water and sugar and keep for about 10-15 minutes. After the yeast gets dissolved in the water, mix with the rice-coconut mixture and keep overnight.
In the morning mix the batter with ¼ tsp salt. Heat and oil an appam chatti (I use a kadai), pour 1 full serving spoon of batter and swirl it around. Then cover and keep for 20-30 seconds. Remove when done and repeat the process for the rest of the batter.

Serve appams hot with stew or meat curry or egg roast.
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Rava Laddoo by Jen



Rava Ladoo by Jen
(like Aunty Rane's)

Ingredients

Semolina (Rava) 1 cup
Desiccated Coconut ½ cup
Powdered Sugar 1 cup
Ghee 4 tsp
Raisins (seedless) 2 tbsp
Cardamom Powder ½ tsp
Milk ¼ cup

Method
Fry the semolina in ghee till it changes colour. Then add the desiccated
coconut and cardamom powder, mix thoroughly and fry for half a minute and then switch off the gas and cover and keep for 5 minutes.

Add powdered sugar and raisins and mix well. Then sprinkle the milk over it, mix and form round balls.

Cooking time 20/25 mins.

Ladoo shop funny video



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Mom's Fish pada - Fish pickle south Indian

Want  to savour your fish in a spicy pickle so that you can have it any time . Fish Pada is Indian fish pickle recipe that once made can be stored  for a long time because its made in a pickle recipe. The fish pada recipe is a south Indian recipe.

Ingredients



2 kg of Mackrels Or suitable Fish like Mullet , Snapper , Barramundi , Oil & Salt Chilli powderTumeric powderLime juiceGarlicGinger PeppercornsCummin seedsMustard seedsVinegarCurry LeavesFish Pickle Indian Recipe - South Indian Fish Pada -
Fish Pickle Indian Recipe - South Indian Fish Pada - Watch more amazing videos here ]
More Images and video of preparation coming soonMethod First you will need to prepare the fish Smear fish with paste of chilli powder , tumeric powder , salt and lime juice,Let it marinate for an hourNEXT: Deep fry the marinated fish to a golden brown in oil on a panNow you will need to prepare the pickle dry gravy (masala)NEXT : Grind Garlic , ginger , peppercons , jeera , mustard seeds , salt ,chilli powder and tumeric with vinegar to a paste and keepPour oil in a pan , put some curry leaves and let it splutter , then add the paste masala made just above and fry it on a low flame , until it becomes a thick consistency.Next , add the fried fish stir it for a couple of minutes and its done Also check out another recipe over here >> PICKLEAnd here Fish Pickle
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Date'n'Walnut Cake from Jen




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Date'n'Walnut Cake

Ingredients
Dates 22
Milk 3/4 cup
Sugar 3/4 cup
All purpose flour (Maida) 1 cup
Oil 1/2 cup (I use sunflower - but I guess you can use any good oil that doesnt have a strong flavour)
Baking soda 1 tsp
Walnuts 1 handful


Method
Soak the dates in warm milk overnight. Remove the seeds. Keep a few dates separate. Add sugar and grind most of the dates to a smooth paste along with the milk in which it is soaked. Then take the 3-4 dates you've kept aside and smash it and add to the paste (this gives a delightful texture within the cake). Add oil to this paste and and mix.
Sieve together flour and baking soda at least thrice. Add the flour 1-2 table spoons at a time to the above mixture and mix well. Fold in the walnuts just before you transfer to the baking dish.
Preheat the oven at 350F (175 C). Bake the cake in a greased oven proof dish for 35-40min (or till a knife inserted in the cake comes out clean).
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Indian food uses spices and herbs that not just give it its distinctive taste and flavor but are also great for your health. Turmeric has been linked to cancer-prevention, ginger for coughs and colds and so on... Spices supply calcium, iron, vitamin B/C, carotene and other antioxidants.

So enjoy Indian food while the ingredients help your system!
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