Try these delicious recipes this weekend
Weekend Plus Desk :
Kung Pao Chicken with Asparagus
200g - Chicken breast (boneless)
5g - Red chili paste
5ml - Tomato ketchup
5ml - Chili bean sauce
5ml - Oyster sauce
5g - Bullet chili
50g - Asparagus
15g - Onion scallions
10g - Ginger
15g - Spring onion
10g - Garlic (chopped)
10g - Peanut
3g - Salt
2g - White pepper powder
3g - Sugar
5ml - Dark soya sauce
5ml - Seasme oil
10g - Potato starch
20ml - Oil
100ml - Water stock
1 - Egg white
*Cut the chicken breast into cubes and marinate with one egg white, salt, white pepper powder, one spoon of potato starch and let it dissolve. Let it stand at room temperature for 10 minutes.
*After 10 minutes, shallow fry the chicken for 6 to 7 minutes and put it in another bowl.
*In a wok, put oil and sautÃ© bullet chili, ginger and chopped garlic. Prepare the sauce by combining soya sauce, oyster sauce, red chili paste, tomato ketchup, chili bean sauce, salt and white pepper and sugar.
*Now add 100 ml of stock water to the mix and thicken it by adding chicken, onion, asparagus, potato starch, and sesame oil.
*Garnish with roasted peanuts before serving.
Chocolate Gulab Jamun
40g - Dhaap khoya
20g - Regular khoya
10g - Paneer
0.5g - Green cardamom powder
20g - Chocolate
100g - Sugar
5g - Lemon
100g - Dalda
5g - Corn flour
5g - Refined flour
2 cups - Water
*Put sugar, two cups of water and lemon in a pot and boil it to make a thick syrup.
*Melt chocolate on a double boiler and make a little ball. Keep it in the freezer.
*Take dhap khoya, regular khoya, paneer, cardamom powder, corn flour and refined flour in a bowl and mix well.
*Rub it gently with the help of your palm and freeze it for 10 minutes.
*Heat dalda in a heavy base pan on low flame.
*Take the mixture and place the chocolate ball in the centre.
*Cover the chocolate ball with the mixture and give shape to gulab jamun.
*Fry it in dalda on low flame till its dark brown.
*Take out and dip in sugar syrup.
*Leave it to cool down for a bit.
Banarasi Dum Aloo
20ml - Refined oil
1g - Jeera (whole)
3g - Ginger
3g - Green chilly
300g - Banarasi gravy
1g - Salt
3g - Deggi mirch
1g - Jeera powder
1g - Dhania powder
1 g - Saunf powder
5g - Pomegranate seeds
1 - Tandoori potato
20g - Cream
20g - Butter
3g - Almond
3g - Cashew nut
3g - Raisin
30g - Green peas
20g - Khoya
2 - Aniseed
*Take a big-sized patato and cut it into barrel shape and fry until till golden.
*Chop almond, cashew nut, raisin, and mix it with green peas, khoya, some fried patato chips, ginger, green chili, coriander, black salt, jeera powder, garam masala powder and make it into a mixture.
*Stuff this mix into the potato.
*Put the stuffed potato on skewer and apply some red tandoori masala and grill it in a hot tandoor and keep aside.
*In a pot, mix tomato, deggi mirch, salt, sugar, oil, green cardamom, ginger, cashew nut, star anise, and two cup water.
*Boil it till the tomato is tender. Once cool, make it into a fine paste.
*Heal oil in a pan and add cumin seeds, ginger, green chili and crackle it. Then add deggi mirch, jeera powder, coriander powder, fennel powder and mix it well.
*Add Banarasi gravy to this mix and cook well for about 4-5 minutes.
*Now add cream and butter and mix well.
*Cut the grilled potatoes in 4-5 pieces and place on a plate.
*Cover the potato with the gravy and garnish it with cream, coriander leaf, julienne ginger and fresh pomegranate seeds.