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17 minutes ago, dylanjosh said:

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Attempt at KFC-style chicken

Which one, Smokey Grilled?

 

 

You can get authentic recipe off the internet for their Classic Merry Gold chicken, but some of the herbs aren't available in India.

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4 minutes ago, Bhpian Bali said:

Tried making rassam rice. Followed this recipe 

 

What a disaster. My wife said either rassam is a not a tasty item or I suck at cooking and should stop wasting ingredients.

 

:roflroll:

 

That cheesecake looks yum.. 

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4 hours ago, Right said:

Which one, Smokey Grilled?

 

 

You can get authentic recipe off the internet for their Classic Merry Gold chicken, but some of the herbs aren't available in India.

 

I dont know what kind it was. Followed this 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziZn1Z2zdq8

 

It's basically indian spices + fried chicken, not actually geniunce KFC. I looked up the genuine recipes and like you said there are ingredients i didnt have (or not available here) 

 

 

 

7 minutes ago, Bhpian Bali said:

Tried making rassam rice. Followed this recipe 

 

What a disaster. My wife said either rassam is a not a tasty item or I suck at cooking and should stop wasting ingredients.

 

 

 

omg :lol: 

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1 hour ago, playstationdude said:

Can you share the recipe?

You can take any normal cheesecake recipe, omit the crust. In the pan, line it up with double parchment paper such that it extends out, pour the batter in.

Bake it at 200°C till it's brown on top (make sure your temp. reaches the set temp., most multi ovens are off by even 20-50°C, you will end with different result otherwise).

 

Follow this for method/ recipe:

 

 

I personally changed the recipe to (room temp. ingredients leaning towards cool): 

 

900gms Cream Cheese (get the one which comes as brick not spread)

225gm Sour cream

235gm Sugar

4 eggs

1 tablespoon vanilla extract (1/2tbps if essence, please don't use alcohol based essence)

1/4 teaspoon salt

 

You can follow the video recipe too but I recommend it only if you can find full dairy based heavy cream, not that non dairy, fatty, needs to be frozen stuff.

Don't use orange essence or something like that, use Bloomed water if available (available in places like Modern Bazaar) otherwise go vanilla.

 

 

 

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46 minutes ago, GunnerY2J said:

Anyone knows how to definitely spot a desi egg vs normal eggs ?

Or from photo ?

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Color and price.

 

Desi are more brownish and cost at least 3 times than normal ones.

 

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Have tried these from Big Basket, quite good.

 

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Color and price.
 
Desi are more brownish and cost at least 3 times than normal ones.
 
1205935_4-fresho-eggs-country.jpg
 
 
Have tried these from Big Basket, quite good.
 
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Just going by what's expensive and buying because it's priced High won't be wise.
Probably can get the same cheaper.


And color is brown.
Bought from road market.bdac731a682997befa1d01a0e1a3112c.jpg

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Just now, playstationdude said:

There are actually 3 varieties-

White

Brown

Country

 

I normally buy from Licious and they have all 3. Though I just go for white now. 

That's racist

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