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This is the continuation of my naan recipe with 2 variations. One sweet and one salty-One is common… the garlic and coriander one but the honey almond one is totally my creation. The video tutorial will help you understand the … Continue reading
DRUNKEN MEAT” i always wanted to make this recipe inspired by “drunken prawns” and finally did so. You can use any kind of meat as long as its fresh, and very thinly sliced because its cooked in a wok on high heat. For best results marinate the meat overnight. I marinated it in whisky and the taste was awesome!! Serve it with plain white rice so you can actually “feel” the flavour of the meat. I did not add any vegetable apart from red capsicums and spring onions because i did not want to alter the taste.
150 grams of thinky sliced meat of your choice (could be lamb, pork or beef)
1 teaspoon of sugar
1 teaspoon of light soya sauce
2 tablespoons of grated ginger
2 tablespoons of whisky
1 teaspoon of sesame oil
1 teaspoon of fresh lemon juice
1 teaspoon of honey(optional)
salt to taste
4 tablesppons of oil for cooking (please do not use olive oil)
finely chopped capsicum,spring onions and green chillies if you want it hot
marinate the thinly sliced meat in the above ingredients except the capsicum and spring onions. Heat a wok till its very hot and pour in the cooking oil. Sautee the meat on high heat till it caramalises and then add the chopped capsium, spring onions and green chillies. Taste and season acording to your taste. If you want a little sauce ( i do not recomend too much sauce) add a few teaspoons of water. Serve imediately on a bed of white rice….
In Madrid there are tapas bars that serve these potatoes with different sauces. Its called “PATATAS ALA MIL SALSAS”. The potatoes they serve are deep fried…and the sauces are many many! I decided to recreate the same magic in … Continue reading