Culinary Skills, Kills, and Thrills

September 30, 2009

Palak-Egg Curry

Filed under: Uncategorized — 2BigChefs @ 9:03 pm

Ok, I will head straight to how you do it —

Heat the pan, pour some oil. Add jeera to the heated oil. Now add garlic and ginger to it.


Add onion…


Now, add these three magic powders — turmeric, red chilly powder, corriander powder…


Once the masala is all cooked, and when you see droplets of oil seeping out of the onion, add a mixture of palak, tomato, and green chillies.


Cook it for a bit…


Add boiled potatoes and eggs…


Cook it for 10 minutes…


Serve with style…!


– OddChef


September 22, 2009

Flat Palak Cake

Filed under: Uncategorized — 2BigChefs @ 8:13 pm

Ok ok… before you think any further — yes I made up that name. I made a little something and I did not know what to call it! What did I make?

First, you chop some onions and ginger and green chillies…


Then, chop some palak leaves…


Add some salt and turmeric and some red chilly powder into some besan…


Add water and mix well… You may add one egg that will work as a good binder.


Now, heat a pan, add a bit of oil and make pancakes out of this mixture!


Serve it with a smile 🙂 Oh and some ketchup too!


– OddChef

September 19, 2009

Mushroom Mattar Masala : M3

Filed under: Uncategorized — 2BigChefs @ 10:26 pm

Back after a small summer break.

This time, we are presenting Mushroom Mattar Masala.



What to Use:

Chopped mushrooms, frozen peas, diced tomatoes, chopped onions, green chillies, required masalas.

How to Cook:

Heat the oil, add mustard seeds and zeera to it. When the seeds spliter, add chopped onions, ginger and garlic.
Saute this mixture till the onion turns translucent. Add turmeric, red chilli powder, dhaniya powder and a little garam masala.
Cook for a while and add frozen mattar and onions. Cook for 15 mins and add mushrooms to the pan.
Cook for 15 more minutes.

Serve hot with rice or roti, and enjoy! 🙂


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