Place a small sauce pan over medium heat. Add the vegetable oil and sauté your aromatics for 30 seconds. Add the curry powder, turmeric and amchar massala. Stir and cook in pan for 1 minute until fragrant. Add the Oats and toast in pan for 30 seconds followed by the addition of the stock and coconut milk. Stir, cover and bring to a simmer on low heat. Using a spoon, frequently stir the oats to ensure it absorbs the milk mixture evenly adding additional stock if needed. Cooking time should be about 5 to six minutes. Oats should be slightly soft with a little crunch to it and can be seasoned with salt and pepper to taste. Place into a bowl, and carefully lay the sliced chicken breast atop. Garnish with fresh cilantro.
Preheat Oven to 250 Degrees Fahrenheit. Place a medium Iron Sauce Pan on high heat. Meanwhile in a shallow mixing bowl, add the beef and season with salt, black pepper, cinnamon, paprika, geera and thyme leaves. Mix. In the hot sauce pan add your oil and place the cubes of seasoned meat in. sear on all side until a brown color appears then add the carrots, onions, celery, fresh tomato and tomato paste. Stir and cook until mixture appears to be sticking to the bottom of the pan. Then add the red wine, tomato sauce and stock. Stir while scraping the bottom of the pan to remove any caramelized bits. Cover and bring to a boil, then place entire pot into the oven to cook for two hrs or until meat is tender and can be pulled apart. Strain the Liquid off after cooking and use to forks and pull apart the beef into shreds.
For the Dosas
1 Cup of Chief Brand Gram Flour ( Chick Pea )
1 Cup of All Purpose Flour
1 Tsp of Baking Soda
¾ Tsp of Chief Brand Salt
½ tsp of Chief Brand Black Pepper
1 Tsp of Grounded Chief Brand Mustard Seeds
½ Tsp of Chief Brand Ground Cumin
½ Tsp of Chief Brand Turmeric
Place, all the ingredients into a mixing bowl with the exception of the water. Whisk to mix all the spices with flour. Slowly add water to the mixture until you achieve a consistency a little looser to pancake batter.
Let batter sit for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, place a small non stick sauté pan over medium heat. Place 1 tsp of vegetable oil to coat bottom of pan. Carefully ladle in 2 oz of dosa batter into the pan and carefully rotate pan to allow batter to spread evenly to the sides to form a thin circular shape. Cook for 45 seconds on each side and then remove and set aside. Continue until all batter is done.
Place dosa on plate and spoon a little of the braised beef onto it, fold over and enjoy as a snack or even as a light meal.
Place a medium sauté pan over high heat. Add the oil followed by the garlic and carapoluay leaves. Sauté for 30 seconds, then add the orange zest, baby spinach and cream. Stir to combine and cook for 1 minute. Add the Heavy cream, and all the other spices. Mix and add the water, coconut powder, and orange juice. Stir and bring to a simmer. When bubbles break the surface of the liquid, add the shrimp in and poach for 3 to minutes or until shrimp is cooked through. Whisk in the butter and season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve with, freshly made bread, roti or even basmati rice.
Oh the emotional roller coaster of love, sometimes you love and sometimes you hate that person. I think it is one of the reasons this song is so popular. The video setting adds calming effects to a profound song.
We live in an ever changing society. People are expected to be a certain way in order to “fit in”.
I have seen too many people question themselves for the wrong reason and this is why I would like to share 5 tips to knowing your self-worth and sticking to it:
If you are satisfied with the person that you are and you can go to bed knowing that you are a good person, then any outside chatter or gossip about you should slide of like water. There will always be people judging us or even giving us their insight on how we should be. Nothing is wrong considering what they have to say about you, but deep down know who you are and don’t allow another person’s criticism to negatively affect your thinking.
Comparing ourselves; it can become challenging especially with a massive amount of social media at our finger tips. When you see all of the postings done on a daily basis, some can be very glamorous and extravagant and we may sometimes long for a life like similar to a certain celebrity or a mutual friend. Nothing is wrong with wanting to be better or moving up in life, but when you start comparing and becoming bitter then that is the incorrect path. Instead learn to love who you are and work on being better at your own pace and allow your life to unfold as it was meant to be. Remember be happy for others I am sure you would want the same.
If someone walks up to you and say you are a bad person, are you the type to run in the bathroom and cry or are you strong enough to stand there look at that person and know who you are ? No matter how hard they try to put you down, don’t allow it to get the better of you. Now considering if everyone around you is saying that you need to be a better person, then there might be something to look into. Other than that, believe in yourself.
Failure is bound to happen; some take failure much stronger than others. When we set out on a venture, our goal is to conquer them. However, when it doesn’t turn out the way we wanted it to, it’s ok to sulk and let out any emotions that come with failing. But like anything else don’t sulk for too long because precious time will be going while you can gear your energy to another project that you can excel in.
Don’t be pompous. Being confidant is GREAT, being cocky and rude isn’t. Saying what is on your mind is good, but when you say it rudely without caring about the other person’s feelings it lacks compassion. It’s not what you say it’s how you say it.
3 ¼ Tbsp of Chief Brand Tandoori Massala Spice Mix
¼ Cup Natural Yogurt
Preheat Oven to 350 Degrees Fahrenheit
Place chicken on a cutting board and pat dry. Season liberally with the salt and black pepper especially inside the crevices and cavity of the chicken. Mix the minced garlic and ginger together and run under the skin of the breast meat and on the insides of the bird. Sprinkle on the tandoori spice mix onto the chicken and rub it properly in and out of the bird ensuring to coat it evenly, then rub the yogurt also massaging it all over the chicken and in the cavity. Tie the legs together with string and secure. Place onto a foiled Pyrex dish and bake in the oven without covering for 45 minutes and then turn up the oven to 400 Degrees Fahrenheit and cook for an additional 15 minutes. Chicken with assume a bit of dark char due to the yogurt turning dark, but this is ok. Remove from oven once cooked or once internal temperature registers to 165 Degrees Fahrenheit by probing with thermometer into the thigh of the bird. Let rest for 15 minutes and then slice and enjoy with biryani rice or even a fresh salad.
3 Cups of Basmati Rice, boiled with 1 Tsp of Chief Brand Turmeric
4 Tbsp of Vegetable Oil
2 Tbsp of Minced Garlic
4 Tbsp of Minced Onions
2 Tbsp of Minced Pimentoes
1 Tsp of Minced Ginger
¼ Cup of Minced Celery
¼ Chopped Chives
2 Tbsp of Chief Brand Biryani Spice Mix
¾ Cup of Fine Diced Coloured Bell Peppers
¾ Cup of Frozen Peas, Thawed
Chief Brand Salt and Black Pepper to Taste
Place large Iron pot over high heat on stove. Add the Vegetable Oil. Sauté the garlic, onions, pimentos, ginger, celery and chives for about 3 Minutes until fragrant. Add the biryani mix and stir to cook for 1 minute. Place the rice and bell peppers in. Stir well, ensuring to turn the rice from the bottom atop. Cook for about three minutes then add peas and cashew nuts. Season with salt and pepper to taste and then remove from heat. Serve with Curry chicken, shrimp or even with Fish.