Duck Curry

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Duck Kuzhambu: Vaathu-Kari Kuzhambu. Vaathu Milagu Kuzhambu. Duck in Rich Pepper Sauce. Ingredients: Onion 1 large – finely choppedGarlic 7-10 pods crushedTomato 1 large crushedSaltTurmeric 1/4 spoonChili powder 1 spoonPepper powder 1 spoonCilantro leaves fewOil few spoonsCumin seeds 1/4 spoonCurry leaves few. Method: In a wide wok, heat oil. Add cumin seeds and curry leaves. [...]

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Grilled Quails – Tandoored Quails/ Kaadai Tandoori

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Tandoored Quails: Ingredients: Spices to be Toasted & Powdered: CinnamonClovesCardamomPeppercornsCoriander seedsTymol seedsChironjiSaffron Use only a pinch of above spice blend. Other Ingredients: Black SaltRegular SaltChili powder Kashmiri chili powder Red food color Turmeric Lemon juice Yogurts (hung)Ginger-garlic pasteOnion pasteMint paste Few cubes of butter/ghee for bastingChaat masala to garnish. About 1-2 spoons of above ingredients [...]

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Turkey Fry

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Turkey Varuval: Vaan Kozhi Milagu Varuval. Van Kozhi Fry. Ingredients: Turkey leg pieces 2-4OnionGarlic 4 clovesGinger 2″ Tomato 1 smallCoconut grated 2 teaspoonSaltTurmeric powder 1/4 spoonChili powder 1 spoonOil. Method: In a wide wok, heat oil and add onion, garlic, ginger, coconut and stir-fry for few minutes and wet-grind to thick paste. In the same [...]

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Quail in Country Style Curry

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Quail Curry: Kaadai Thanni Kuzhambu. Quail / Pheasant bird Curry. Ingredients: Quail – 2 (cut into small pieces)Green chilies 3 slicedOnion 1 gratedGinger 2″ juliennedGarlic 6 cloves juliennedTomatoes 2 crushedSaltTurmeric 1/4 spoonChili powder 1 spoonPepper powder 1 spoonSesame oil few spoonCumin seedsCurry leavesCilantro to garnish. Method: In a wide vessel, heat oil. Add cumin,chilies and [...]

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Quail Pakoda

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Quail Pakoda: Kaadai Pakoda. Kaadai Pakora. Deep fried Quails. Fried Quails. I love this tender birds! They are gamier in taste, low in calories, better than chicken, low fat/thin skin…pretty fast in getting cooked! What else do we want!! Hmmm today I deep fried it, just for a variation! They turned out super crispy! Ingredients: [...]

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Quail Biriyani

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Quail Biriyani: Kaadai Biriyani. Peasant bird & spicy rice dish. Food and culture go hand in hand and leaves its own print in history. India has layers of history still not erased. The country has witnessed more than a dozen of invaders and with every invader came a different culture and a new cuisine!! Arab [...]

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Happy ThanksGiving & Rock Cornish Hen Roast

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Pan Fried DressingInjecting AnimalFlavor injector Food SyringeRaw Whole Cornish Hen Stuffed Whole Rock Cornish Hen Roast:(Version 2) Stuffed & Roasted Cornish Hen. Chicken Roast. Grilled Whole Rock Cornish Hen. Thanksgiving is just couple of days away…but to me its already in the air! Hope Y’ll know what I mean!:) Yeah…..ifood.tv has genuinely removed all my [...]

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Quail Roast

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Close-up!:)Quail RoastQuails Pan RoastQuails Raw MeatQuails in Wild Quails Roast: The Quail is called ‘Bater’ in Hindi. We call it has ‘kaadai’ or ‘Goudhari’ in Tamil. (Ofcource both are entirely different species )Quail is a small type of bird that belongs to the Pheasant family. There are two species of quail in India; the black-breasted [...]

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Duck Fry

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Duck Fry: Duck Pepper Fry. Duck Garlic Fry. Vaathu Varuval. Ingredients: Duck Meat 1/2 kiloGarlic 1 whole head-peeled & slicedGinger 1″ gratedOnion 1 bulb gratedTomatoes 1-2 choppedSaltTurmeric 1/4 spoonChili powder 1/2 spoonPepper powder 2 spoonsMustard 1/4 spoonCumin seeds 1-2 spoonsChana+Urad dal 1 spoonCurry leaves crisply fried to garnishSesame oil 1/4 cup. Method: In a wok, [...]

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Duck Curry

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Duck Kuzhambu: Duck Curry. Duck Stew. Duck Kuzhambu. Duck Meat in Indian way.Vaathu Kari Kuzhambu in Tamil and Baathu Pulusu in Telugu. Duck and Goose meat are very gamier, rough and with hard bones. One could get addicted to their taste quite easily. And they are also rich in cholesterol….so never over eat them….take a [...]

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