Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Zimbabwean Soup

For the final alphabet , I have reached to Zimbabwe , the landlocked country of Africa.Zimbabwean cuisine is most likely non vegetarian with a use of few seasonal vegetables like squash , papaya, corn , yam , pumpkin and peanuts.

From the recipe source I have come to know that this soup is basically served in every house along with rice, potatoes , bread or sadza .This is very simple but flavorful soup recipe. So let's start . yum



This would be my last recipe for now as I am taking a few month's break from blogging. I will be back soon till then be in touch and keep visiting my space.Happy Blogging !



Country- Zimbabwe
Capital- Harare
Dish-Mbuya's Soup
Source- Here


Ingredients:
1 tomato,chopped
1 onion.chopped
2 garlic cloves.chopped
1 tablespoon curry powder
salt to taste
1 tablespoon soup powder (I didn't use instead i used cornstarch dissolves in water )
1 tablespoon oil
Cold water as required

Method:

Heat oil in a pan , add garlic and stir for 1 minute.
Add onions and sate for few minutes till soft. Add curry powder and mix well.
Now add chopped tomatoes and stir,add soup powder/cornstarch and cold water. Let it cook till soup thickens , stirring in between.


Pour in serving bowl and serve warm.

Serve-2 Cooking time-20 minutes




Enjoy!!










Best regards,
Sapana Behl



Monday, 29 September 2014

Yemeni Meal


Yemeni cuisine is entirely different from midddle eastern cuisine and is well known for it's Mughlai style Indian influence.It is mostly popular in Arab states of Gulf.I made the simple meal from the country . Every dish of the country tasted like ours food. A very few spices were used and the flavor was still enhanced in the dishes.So let's start the recipe.yum



Saturday, 27 September 2014

Xinjiang Uyghur Veg Polo/Pilaf

For the letter X can cook from city or State rather than any country as of now there is no country name with this letter. So I choose Xinjiang that is an autonomous region in the northwest of People's Republic of China.
Xinjiang cuisine reflects the cooking style of ethnic groups and normally called as Uyghur cuisine.Main ingredients include kebabs, mutton , roasted fish and rice.



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