Creamy Chicken Korma😋 New Year Recipe 2019 Rate 1-10 1.Soak 50g of cashew nuts in 150ml of boiling water. Whisk 200g of yoghurt with 2tsp of gram flour until smooth. 2. Add 2tsp of crushed ginger,2tsp of crushed garlic,1/2 tsp of turmeric, 1/2 chilli powder and 1tsp of salt. Add 600g of boneless chicken cut to pieces and marinate for 30 min 3. Melt 3tsp of ghee or butter over low heat. Add 1cinnamon stick, 6 cardamom pods, 6 cloves and 2 bay leaves. Stir fry for 3-4 minutes. 4. Add 1 finely chopped onion and cook until translucent. Add 1tsp of sesame seeds and add the chicken. Add coconut milk and 150ml of warm water. Simmer for 20 minutes. 5. Take the cashew nuts out of the water and add to the chicken. Simmer until the sauce thickens. 6. Melt 1tsp of butter/ghee in a pan over low heat. Add 1/4tsp of freshly grated nutmeg and cook gently for 30 seconds. Add this to the chicken and let it cook for 1-2 minutes. (Add any garnishes if preferred) 7. Serve when hot with bread or rice( preferred basmati rice)
It's been a long time since I posted food pictures 😜 Tried fancy cooking for today. Looks good to me. Rate my cooking maybe?😃😃
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Underexposed picture of a silhouette in Cambodia in the bright evening light. Definitely brings some very interesting details and captures viewers eyes.
This was the last day photograph in Cambodia where I took a picture of one of the pillars of Angkor Wat temple with a beautiful sunset behind. It looks amazingly beautiful especially during summer and spring season.
This was a private section in a temple in Cambodia and I am still not sure about the purpose of this structure as it looks different compared to other temples in the area. But it looks amazing when viewed from the window of a nearby temple where you can have a straight view of this building rather than having to look up from other places.
This temple was built in Cambodia during the Khmer kingdom. It is one of the temples with steep stairs to the top and could be dangerous if tourists are not stable enough. With less than a feet gap in between these steps, this temple is one of the steepest temples to climb but it is not the most steepest because compared to other temples in that area this temple still could be accessed till the top. Wherelse in some other temples it is even hard to get to the first section without a handrail.
Tried to capture a framing photograph with this multiple entrance to a Cambodian temple. Partially destroyed in time, this architecture is still standing great and left us wandering how it was even built before technological civilization without any advanced machinery. This temple is not one of the hot tourist places in Cambodia and hence does not attract that much of attention. But with a local guide and a week stay in Cambodia we can see many other wonders of this place that is not shown on television.
It's been a long time since I actually took this photograph. And since holiday has started, I was like "ok lets go through the pics from our Cambodian trip and picked out some of the best. This temple is not one of the famous attractions in Cambodia but it does attract tourist who are really interested in ancient Cambodian architecture. This temple is also located near Angkor Wat which is around 20 minutes drive from here. This picture was taken with my phone (Xiao Mi Max) as my camera was having some technical issues with the dial. Not much complex settings was used to take this photograph, I just had my phone in auto mode and snapped a picture of this magnificent architecture.
A journey is best measured in friends rather than miles - Tim Cahill
Driving Volvo V40 at an incredible 220 km/h speed. Could have gone more if it wasn't for the bumpy road. 😂😂😎
Can anyone tell me which species of mushrooms this belongs to? Because normally I would see similar mushrooms like this but way bigger. This mushroom however did not exceed the height of approximately 5-7mm. It was a bit cloudy though so the background looks a bit dull rather than being bright. #macrophotography #mushrooms #naturephotography #visitnewzealand2k17
Just tried some new macro photography style on some spiky dessert plant which got shiny after a short drizzle. Taken with Olympus compact camera with macro mode. Not that much of a clear photo I would say but the angle of view looks stunning. #macrophotography #naturephotography #visitnewzealand2k17