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Check out this spicy grilled chicken which tastes really different. It has a sweet and hot and spicy flavour which goes very good with chicken breast. This marination contains many different herbs which makes it very special. You can also use this marination with prawns and chicken wings and don’t forget paneer or tofu or mushrooms as well. Give it a try…
Metkut is a typical Maharashtrian Brahmins’ dish. It is a very light food and also very healthy – eaten with soft rice, ghee and salt. This is also good and is usually eaten when we are sick. Kids also love this food as we use soft over cooked rice so is easily swallowed & digested. We also use this while preparing Bhadang.
This masala contains raw ingredients so, when you try it please follow the instructions properly. Whenever you use this masala for fish there is no need of using any other spices as it can change the taste of your recipe.
This is a typical Maharashtrian Bhaaji (Vegetable) which you can have with Chapati (Phulka), Bread or with Rice if you want. It is very easy to prepare and sometimes when you don’t have any other vegetables in the fridge just go for it. Especially people who live abroad have limitations in vegetable markets and also in recipes so they can definetly try this. Go for it and let me know, did i solve your problem?
This is a ready masala paste which can be freezed & stored for a week. So if you suddenly have to prepare fish fry, the masala paste would be ready in your freezer.
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- Dhane (Coriander seeds) – 1/2 Kg
- Kali Miri (Black pepper corn) – 100 gm
- Dalchini (Cinnamon) – 50 gm
- Lavang (Cloves) – 50 gm
- Masala Velchi (Black cardamom) – 25 gm
- Dagad Phool (Black Stone Flower) – 25 gm
- Sadha Jeera (Cumin seeds) – 25 gm
- Shahajeera (Caraway seeds) – 25 gm
- Tamalpatra (Bay leaf) – 25 gm
- Jaipatri (Mace) – 25 gm
- Chakra Phool (Star Anise) – 25 gm
- Badishep (Aniseeds) – 25 gm
- Khus Khus (Poppy seeds) – 100 gm
- Jaiphal (Nutmeg) – 1 big