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Indian Dinner

Indian Dinner

Description

We had been barbecuing quite some times this summer so i was getting bored as i am not that much into meat to begin with. We also had 2 pork chops in the fridge which we needed to use up. I came up with this Indian Dinner which was a huge success. I want to try it with chicken breasts next time but you can also use courgette instead and make it into a balanced vegetarian meal. It was a perfect barbecue night but still something else. We really like Indian food and this was easy to make and cheap. Everything I used was off the shelf so though it is a bit time consuming in preparation and cooking it was a blast. We liked fresh water or lassie with this.

Cooking Time

Preparation Time : 45

Cook Time : 45

Total Time : 90

Ingredients

Serves 2

  • 2 pork chops (you can also use 2 chicken breasts)

  • 1cup tandoori paste

  • 1teaspoon butter

  • 1cup onion , shredded

  • 2cups cabbage , shredded

  • 1cup carrot , shredded

  • 1cup water

  • 1 red chili pepper, finely chopped

  • 1teaspoon cumin powder

  • 1teaspoon garlic sea salt

  • 1teaspoon pepper

  • 2cups brown rice

  • 4cups water

  • 1teaspoon salt

  • 1teaspoon saffron

  • 1cup yogurt

  • 1cup sour cream

  • 1teaspoon sesame seeds

  • 1teaspoon basil, chopped

  • 1teaspoon garlic salt

  • indian papadum bread

  • 1teaspoon olive oil

  • mango chutney

Directions

  • 01

    Spread meat with tandoori marinade and set aside.

  • 02

    Melt butter in a pan and add onion.

  • 03

    When the onion turned golden, add cabbage.

  • 04

    When the cabbage turned soft, add carrots.

  • 05

    Add water and shimmer with lid on for about 20 minutes.

  • 06

    Add the spices when ready and stir.

  • 07

    Put rice and water into another pot, when water boils add salt and saffron, stir once and cook until tender.

  • 08

    In the meanwhile mix all the ingredients for the yogurt sauce and set aside.

  • 09

    Heat grill (Note: if you are not using an outside gas grill you should start turning the oven to 220°C and grill the meat in the oven for about 30 to 40 minutes).

  • 10

    Grill the meat until tender.

  • 11

    Spread oil over pappadums and heat them on the bread-shelf of your grill, be careful, this will be quick.

  • 12

    Put some chutney into a nice bowl.

  • 13

    Arrange everything around the dinner table, preferably in good quality china.

  • 14

    Eat with fingers if you like.

Review

4.5

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05 years ago.

mmm... looking tasty

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