Creamy Pasta :
Recipy credit:Asma pathan
Adjusted by @Saj_mohamed
Pic credit:Sajeda dudhia
250g Chicken fillet cut into very small cubes.
Braise chicken fillet with butter/ghee,whole jeeru,fine greenchillies,2tabspn garlic paste,salt,freshly grinded black pepper. Cook till chicken is done and keep it aside. Add 1 small tin creamstyle sweetcorn.
(Though i didnt use)
Whitesauce: Make white sauce with knorr creamy cheese and add to the chicken.Add chopped robot peppers.I used chopped jelapinos and didnt use green chillies. Add 1 small tin fresh cream in chicken and cook again for another 5mins till it becomes creamy. Boil pasta wit butter, salt,black pepper and 1/4tspgarlic paste.Boil till done and i used the exact amount of water.Add the chicken mixture into the boiled pasta.Didnt remove the water to kip it juicy,not too dry.garnish with fresh coriander leaves and parsely or any herbs of your choice.Enjoy!
NB:If you dont have knorr creamy cheese just make white sauce: flour,ghee/butter(braise till light brown)
Add in milk cheddar and mozarella cheese,garlic paste, black pepper till done and smooth.I like to kip it runny to make it more creamier.
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I may eat all the food in the world but I'm always going to remain a sucker for Pakistani cuisine. We love marinated, grilled meat and this chicken tikka from @foodicted_pk is a classic example of it. Spicy (very very spicy guys), flavourful and decadent, it was stuffed with a bihari kebab masala so double the desi dose, but super yum! Had it with a puri paratha, mint dahi and onion with chilled soft drink. Totally felt like I was doing a Sprite ad hehe. Absolute winner for all spice lovers!
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Pakora; a fried snack with the base being either onions, potatoes, spinach or aubergines. These are served as starters and at occasions such as Eid, weddings and during Ramadan with spicy chutney and mint yoghurt. (Can be translated as spicy onion rings)