Tuesday 18 June 2013 07:04 UTC
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Dhal, with yellow lentils, isn't that tricky, although it benefits from slow, gentle cooking.
Some Sharwoods ready-made poppadums along with some upmarket spicy chutney, from the shops.
Also perhaps some very freshly chopped onion and tomato salad.
Yoghurt and cucumber raita? Toss in some fresh fenugreek or coriander if you have any.
Re: chopped onion and tomato salad
Add chopped coriander and a splash of white wine vinegar and it will be transformed into something altogether better.
Homemade onion bhajis are fun- can be prepared in advance and heated up in the oven.
Just buy gram flour- mix into a batter with water, add chopped onions and the usual spices. I find it easier to make small ones, a heaped table spoon of the mixture into 1cm of oil. Fry for a few minutes until brown on one side then flip and do the same on the other side.
Couple of jars of Kingfisher?
I'll bring them.
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I absolutely LOVE okra, and have made a bhindi bhaji a few times. Fry onions with in spices (cumin, coriander, fennel, chilli, turmeric, mustard seeds and sometimes garam masala) then add tomatoes. Then lastly add the okra and simmer.
Think it's lunchtime!
How do you do the naan? I did last time and wasnot happy with it.
Okra is great and simple.
Chop to small pices (~ 2cm long), fry onion till gold, add 2 green choped chillies till light green add cumin and salt,fry for 40sec. or so, add the okra and fry till ready. If you use non stick pan or a yok it becomes much easier.
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