Kheema pav is a meat mince dish espacially from the streats of Mumbai. In a non veg dish we don’t add a tadka but almost every indian non veg dish requires different spices to be fried in the oil to extract the best flavoures and aroma out of it. So lets check how this process is used in making Kheema Pav
Let make Dal Tadka by just changing the technique of the tadka. lets try to give the same yellow dal which we had used earlier a completely different flavour & taste.
Jivanta phodni or live Tempering is a new technique to add a tadka. Its all about pouring flavour infused hot oil onto your dish. Lets check out this how we can make used of this technique to enhanance the taste of a simple salad
We learnt how to administer/perform a basic tadka on a dal in previous post. let’s advance further and check how to use tadkas for making sabzis
So, what exactly is a tadka? Tadka or tempering is technique involves adding spices to hot oil. it remains a delicate technique which makes your dish from good to perfect. Keep the oil lukewarm and the spices won’t sizzle Heat the oil too much and the spices will burn. Lets check the simplest way of adding a tadka on a plain yellow dal.
The final video of the Learn To Cook – Basics series Kolambi Che Bhujne or Simple Prawns curry. This dish requires no complex cooking techniques or requires a lot of time to cook, but that doesn’t compromise the taste of this dish. It goes very well with dal rice or chapati or even bread.
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Recipes originating from the ancient traditional kitchens of the Patare Prabhus hailing from the Mumbai region of India
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