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44 minutes ago, Right said:

 

Actually, mustard Kacchi ghani is available for cheap.

Dhaara is 150, and I remember buying it for 90 last year.

Mustard Kacchi Ghanis can be found in hamlets all over India.

Its just that they are rarity in Metros and big cities and everyone buys pouches from super markets.

 

when I was a kid & we lived in Bihar for couple years, we used to get it mustard oil in those steel containers with handles from nearby Ghanis.

back home in MP in my grans place,  I remember getting Groudnut/Sesame oil from Ghanis same way

I know they can be available for cheap in tier 2 towns, but not in metros. 

Back in Lucknow, we used to get mustard oil extracted in front of us. You could choose the mustard quality etc. Same goes for locally grown veggies, varieties of pulses, rice etc.

All gone in Noida. Metro-f**ked. 

So here real kachi ghani is bottled at 200-400 INR a litre. 

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16 hours ago, Bhpian Bali said:

 

I don't think even extra light is true olive oil. True olive oil is extra virgin variety. 

 

If you wanna do it for cholesterol then the ranking is

 

 

1.White butter

2. Ghee or Extr Virgin olive oil

3. Everything else.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Said no to ghee and mutton.

 

And virgin can't be used for regular cooking.

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Dining out at a good restaurants has become difficult and I have had this super craving for Pad thai flat noodles and all the places nearby are disappointing.

 

Took matters in my own hands and made the most perfect pad thai and thai red curry ever. I always used to make a mean thai curry but I just outdid myself with the pad thai and it was my first try.

 

Safe to say the best pad thai in the world for me is available at a Pune run chain Malaka Spice. I just surpassed that in my opinion.

 

Even though the thai red curry looks okay in pics the taste was omg. 

It is my own recipe.

 

I love combing thai red curry and pad thai even when they are supposed to be eaten seperately. Curry with plain rice and pad thai on its own is a dish.

 

Should get down from my high horse now.

 

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18 minutes ago, Bhpian Bali said:

Dining out at a good restaurants has become difficult and I have had this super craving for Pad thai flat noodles and all the places nearby are disappointing.

 

Took matters in my own hands and made the most perfect pad thai and thai red curry ever. I always used to make a mean thai curry but I just outdid myself with the pad thai and it was my first try.

 

Safe to say the best pad thai in the world for me is available at a Pune run chain Malaka Spice. I just surpassed that in my opinion.

 

Even though the thai red curry looks okay in pics the taste was omg. 

It is my own recipe.

 

I love combing thai red curry and pad thai even when they are supposed to be eaten seperately. Curry with plain rice and pad thai on its own is a dish.

 

Should get down from my high horse now.

 

STJrBth.jpg

 

e3MpYL8.jpg

 

4e0ITZ5.jpg

 

 

 

 


Bhai bulao kabhi haveli pe :naughty:

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11 hours ago, playstationdude said:

Bruh, forget IIT. Cake shop khol le SDA main :eyepop:

 

11 hours ago, kunjanp said:

Haha, socha tha. But it's my hobby, can't think of doing full-time. Maybe thode saalo baad I will open a bakery. But time hai usme.

 

 

too many home bakers out there man. i feel that bakery as a business model is too risky and it needs a lot of uniqueness. Here in Pune i read an article that a guy from tech background slogged for 4 years in India to get his japanese bread right and then found success. One of those stories where he used to miss the bread from Japan where he lived for 10 to 15 years. 

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Getting there with our cake. Still need 20 % more effort to make it even softer. 

 

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Chocolate Cream Cake

 

Went easy with ingredients for my Khow Suey. Did not put too many ingredients apart from the main ones to get it right the first time and catch any short comings. 75% close to what I get at my favourite place.

 

 

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Burmese Khow Suey.

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Noida is hitting 6 degrees, so it's the perfect time for garden barbeque ! 

 

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BBQed sweet potatoes, normal potatoes, stuffed cauliflower/aloo/onion paranthas on coal bbq ! :wub:

We even made tea over it. :lol:

Every food gets this wonderful sweetness when made over coal. 

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