Posts Tagged ‘Indian curry’
Spice up your menu with this recipe mushroom curry eating. It includes a whallup south Indian flavor, and is an excellent vegetarian and exotic. It is delicious, besides being low in fat and calories.
There are only about 20 calories in five fungi. They are an excellent source of B vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and potassium. They add a delicious body and texture of dishes, and readily absorb the flavors of herbs and spices are cooked in between. Use common white mushrooms or button for this recipe, they are cheap and widely available.
Serve your curry mushrooms in a fluffy bed of basmati rice, which is available in most supermarkets. Other varieties of rice, white rice as usual, can be served with this dish. Rice prepared before you start making the curry may help things go a little smoother when you serve. If you want to serve your flat
I have this egg curry recipe for nearly 40 years and still a favorite. I highly doubt whether this is an authentic Indian curry. Indeed, I am sure that it does not.
The first time I was I was in New Jersey and I liked it, so the hostess gave me a prescription. A few years ago to marry my daughter called me and said he wanted to make his wife, so I gave him a prescription over the phone. And you know what? He now claims that one of his favorite foods. Think my son is a pretty good cook!
So if it sounds good for you, try it.
1 stick Oleo
1 medium onion
2 cans Jamur Soup
1 1 / 2 cans milk (use soup can to measure the milk)
1 teaspoon curry powder
1 teaspoon chili powder
Salt to taste