ANGLO-INDIAN STYLE MUTTON DO-PIAZA also known as Double Onions Mutton Curry or Twice the Onions Curry

ANGLO-INDIAN STYLE MUTTON DO-PIAZA also known as Double Onions Mutton Curry or Twice the Onions Curry Dopiaza Mutton or Chicken Dishes were very popular in Anglo-Indian homes in Calcutta and across Bengal. Do Piaza when translated literally means “two onions,”. This means that the Do Piaza Curry is prepared with almost double the quantity of… Read More ANGLO-INDIAN STYLE MUTTON DO-PIAZA also known as Double Onions Mutton Curry or Twice the Onions Curry

A SIMPLE ANGLO-INDIA LUNCH – White Steamed Rice, Simple Fried Fish, Raddish and Dol Curry (Red Lentils), Plain Pepper Water, Beans Foogath and Tomato Sambal

A SIMPLE ANGLO-INDIA LUNCH – White Steamed Rice, Simple Fried Fish, Raddish and Dol Curry (Red Lentils), Plain Pepper Water, Beans Foogath and Tomato Sambal PLAIN WHITE STEAMED RICE Serves 6       Time required: 45 minutes Ingredients 1 cup raw rice 2 cups water A pinch of salt Wash the rice and soak in 2 cups… Read More A SIMPLE ANGLO-INDIA LUNCH – White Steamed Rice, Simple Fried Fish, Raddish and Dol Curry (Red Lentils), Plain Pepper Water, Beans Foogath and Tomato Sambal

CHICKEN GIZZARDS AND LIVER PEPPER FRY – AN OLD ANGLO-INDIAN FAVOURITE

  CHICKEN GIZZARDS AND LIVER FRY Serves 6    Preparation Time 45 minutes Ingredients ½ kg chicken gizzards and liver cut into pieces 2 large onions sliced finely 2 or 3 teaspoons pepper powder 2 green chillies slit Salt to taste 3 tablespoons oil ½ teaspoon turmeric powder Rinse the chicken gizzards and livers well. Boil… Read More CHICKEN GIZZARDS AND LIVER PEPPER FRY – AN OLD ANGLO-INDIAN FAVOURITE

ALMORTH – ANGLO-INDIAN MIXED MEAT AND VEGETABLE STEW

ALMORTH – MIXED MEAT AND VEGETABLE STEW This dish is a kind of Stew made with a combination of meat, chicken, pork and vegetables. It’s a very old Anglo-Indian recipe. However, any combination of meat could be used as per personal preference. The same recipe could be used with chicken only. This Stew was a… Read More ALMORTH – ANGLO-INDIAN MIXED MEAT AND VEGETABLE STEW

ANGLO-INDIAN DELICACIES – REVISED EDITION

ANGLO-INDIAN DELICACIES – REVISED EDITION The word “Everlasting” means ‘something, that once created, endures through time and never ceases to exist’. Anglo-Indian Cuisine is “EVERLASTING” and will endure forever and ever. ANGLO-INDIAN DELICACIES – REVISED VERSION It gives me great pleasure to bring out this revised version of ANGLO-INDIAN DELICACIES. In this book I’ve endeavoured… Read More ANGLO-INDIAN DELICACIES – REVISED EDITION