The Cooking Marathon and Me


I had to go at my mum’s, I had to see if all the things are in place. Out of love for home-cooked food, I thought of making a few things so that when my husband comes from office he could make and eat. I thought to make mushroom kababs as they go well to make a sandwich or a burger. I suggest you too to make and store such patties or kababs. It makes cooking a lot easier.

And now the story of the marathon starts! I cooked six cuisines all in a day and by myself! Woahhh…. 

Well, as I said, I’m travelling, I had to prepare something, and additionally when I checked my refrigerator, I found there were many things to be consumed otherwise, once I leave the house they would have been left unattended! And, thus, to avoid the wastage, I decided to cook.

What did I make:

Palak paratha – I’m yet to share the recipe for this one.

Mushroom ke Galouti Kabab – Mushrooms are just good to make kababs. These are healthy plus they take less time in cooking.

Fruit Custard – I’ll share the recipe soon for custard. By soon means really soon ๐Ÿ™‚

Karele ki Meethi Sabzi – This one is my all-time favourite. I had rested bitter-gourds for quite a long time in my fridge and now it was the time to cook them. The only thing when you have to cook this veggie, you have to chop onions, a lot of onions! And it takes around one and half hours to cook at low heat. There was a point when I almost forgot that there is something on stove :p . You would not want to do this. So, put a reminder. The effort in your cooking is seen when you eat the food and you praise yourself. Such a thing is with me. When I cook literally good, I go gaga over it.

Tamatar Chicken – This one is my recipe. I just went with my instincts and yay, a successful attempt! The chicken was juicy and tender. The tomatoes’ gravy very well blended with Chicken and I absolutely loved it. Wait for it, the recipe will be out in some time. 

Hyderabadi Biryani – This was on special request. It was accompanied with raita  And now when I have started to make Hyderabadi Dum Biryani, I realised, it’s easy to make and less time consuming than people think it to be! It’s the marinade that takes time.

And I was damn tired.. a long day it was! Phew!

If you too did same at some point of time, I would love to know through comments below or #foodeezjunction on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram.

— Shared by Sara Khan

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