I am passionate about Cooking & Baking.. "Inspire the Inner Chef in you"
"A recipe has no soul.. You must bring soul to the recipe"
Please note : My Recipes are personally tried and tested by me and sometimes recipes are adapted to
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2 Cups Cake Flour (I don't use Chana flour)½ cup mielie meal or (soji (semolina))3 tablespoon ghee (Clarified butter) or butter (melted)½ teaspoon green or red crushed chilli½ teaspoon salt1 teaspoon tumeric (tumeric)1 teaspoon Dhana Jeeru (Cumin)Handfull of chopped green dhania (coriander) (Optional: little Methi (Fenugreek) bhaji (Spinach)Or little crushed mielie)2 teaspoon baking powderRub all togetherMix with water to a soft dough let in stand for 10 minutesMould into goolab jamboo size and press so finger marks are visible)Fry halfway for firmness few minutes till golden in colour Keep asideIn pot add. Little oil 1 sliced onionLittle whole Jeeru (Cumin) and little mustard seedsFew curry leavesFew slices garlic2 slit whole red or green chilliBraise Add ½ teaspoon ginger garlicNow add 4 grated tomatoes(Add any chicken or meat (cook with spices before adding the tomato)( few snoek fried pieces )2 teaspoon Dhana Jeeru (Cumin)½ teaspoon tumeric2 teaspoon chilli powder½ teaspoon crushed chilli½ teaspoon garum masala(optional,)Braised till spices are well blended Now add steamedVegetables of your choice:Carrots rings .brinjal...potatoes...green beans...peas...and other bean like (sem / papri / walor)Braised wellAdd normal water little for gravy bring to boilAdd the fried Dokra Let it steam it will swellAnd gravy will be slightly thickADJUST YOUR SALTFor : Snoek styleAdd Tamarind water see below if using snoekNow add +- 2 tablespoon or more tamarind to 2 cups water (Do Not Make too Sour)If too sour add sugar