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Saturday, March 31, 2007

step by step

Lets see how to begin. Since I have been a fan of Julia Child since the 70's this puts me in a different slot. Now how do I, with only my rustic approach, appease the palletes? I do it with taste. If it tastes good then it is good. Today we are making Indian food. Lamb vindaloo or whatever with potatos and okra and peas. I also made jasmin rice Rice cooker with cardamon beans.
Tasty. Then we made flat bread. whatever is your normal way.dough then a hot surface and some bread,.Pile up the bread and then make more..After you make a few you are ready, so you make a plate with a yoghurt sauce with mint and sweet onions and then eat.good luck.

9 comments:

Beth said...

I've never had lamb before...do inbreds eat lamb? ;)

Oreneta was just alking about jasmine rice the other day!

your food always looks so good and your house must smell amazing!

buffalodickdy said...

Love lamb, but have never tackled Indian cuisine to where I am comfortable with results. Could be next project....

doggybloggy said...

Beth: i heard inbreds have other uses for sheep..lol
Buff: one secret is to put the spices in a dry pan and toast them a little it brings out the flavor, and each type has different results of course..like garam masala has more cinnamon and is a little sweeter for example.

Michelle Ann said...

Doggy,your naan looks great! I have recently become obsessed with cooking indian food...it is soooo good. I make something similar to what you made but I think I use ground lamb, peas and tomates. As for the rice...I started added cumin seed to it when I steam it. Yum! Now, I am getting hungry!!!

doggybloggy said...

Ma: I have used ground lamb too I mix mint, curry and onions and make meatballs, I will test curry in the rice but I usually use cardamon and rarely I will put in some tumeric if I want to make it yellow.

doggybloggy said...

Beth: I guess amazing is one way to describe the smell... ;p

S* said...

I love lamb.

I actually made chicken tikka masala with the BF the other weekend. Never cooked Indian before and it rocked!

pinknest said...

wow!! i am so impressed!! seriously, this all looks fabulous. and i love the fact that you made flatbread to go with it.

Harmony said...

I love naan! Breads are my weakness...and fresh naan takes the cake! Your indian cuisine looks great!!!!

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