Good afternoon! My name is Ruth Morgan.

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Cooking is both my profession and my favorite pleasure, which I have decided to share with you! I am confident that you will enjoy this recipes!

Cooking is not only a highly engaging activity, but it is also a creative process that enables you to realize your imagination. Cooking is a process that allows you to realize your imagination via the use of food. Spices and herbs may be used to totally transform the flavor of the same food by giving it a new taste. This can be done by preparing the dish in an entirely different manner. The more one dabbles in the kitchen, the more flavorful and diversified one’s food will become. A real passionate chef is one who pours his heart and soul into the act of cooking and who always strives to enhance his abilities by learning new recipes, techniques, and industry secrets.

My family and I are especially crazy about Indian cuisine.

Incredible variety may be seen in Indian food. The items that are regarded to be the staples include things like rice, wheat, legumes, and vegetables. Every dish is finished off with a dash of seasoning.

Main Ingredients

Vegetables and meat are both common components of Indian cuisine. The meal is seasoned with a variety of spices, and sweets are often prepared using dairy products as the main ingredient.
There are over 200 different types of spices and spice combinations that are utilized in Indian cuisine. The terms “curry,” “turmeric,” “black pepper,” “Indian cumin,” “garlic,” “ginger,” “saffron,” “cardamom,” and “coriander” all refer to different spices. To bring forth their full taste, they are often cooked on a skillet that has been left dry.
In the northern region of the nation, the traditional Indian cuisine has a significant number of meat-based meals. The primary component is either chicken or lamb. Beef and veal are both common foods in the Indian state of West Bengal. They come with a selection of spicy sauces and marinades of varying flavors.
As India is a vegetarian nation, the staple foods of rice, lentils, and wheat, together with vegetables, make up the majority of the Indian diet. Potatoes, cucumbers, onions, tomatoes, eggplant, and okra are some of the vegetables that are often utilized. Popular recipes include pakora, which consists of vegetables deep-fried in a batter made from chickpea flour; sabji, which is a vegetable stew; and stuffed vegetables made with yogurt and almonds. They are used in the production of candies in some states (carrot pudding with nuts and raisins).
Products such as pressed, fat-filled cottage cheese known as paneer and sour milk known as dahi are regarded as necessities. Desserts are often made using dairy products as an ingredient. Among them are kulfi, rasgulla, sandesh, pista parfi, shrikhand. For cooking veggies and seasonings, ghee butter is often used. It is served with yogurt flavored with mint and shredded cucumber.

Sharing one of my favorite recipes with you.

Chiken Masala

2 servings 30 min.
During the time that I spent in India, I sampled an extremely diverse range of preparations of a meal known as chicken masala (spiced chicken). First, the recipe for Chicken Masala, one of the simplest Indian dishes, is there in front of you.

Ingredients (for 2 servings) (for 2 servings)
One piece of onion
Chicken fillet – 400 gr
Tomato – 1 tomato.
Butter – 1 tbsp.
Flour – 1-2 tbsp.
2 tablespoons of natural yogurt that is free of any additives
1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
Chicken Masala spice blend purchased from an Indian retailer – to taste
Salt – to taste

Сooking instructions for the chicken masala

Rings may be sliced out of onions.

Tomatoes should be diced.

Fry the onion in the butter until it becomes a golden brown color.

Salt the chicken after it has been chopped up into pieces that are about the size of one mouthful.

Melt butter in a large frying pan.

Place our chicken in the butter, then sprinkle it with cinnamon and continue to toss it constantly while it cooks for one minute.

We add our Masala mixture.

After adding the chopped tomato, continue to stir-fry the pork at a medium heat (due to the tomato liquid) until it is completely white.

While stirring, add some yogurt and flour to the pot, then continue to cook the stew.

When the yogurt has the color of mustard, you may taste it and then decide whether or not to add any additional salt or spices.

On top of rice, chicken tikka masala with onions should be served. Bon appetit!