While I've used frozen veggies, palak, ladies finger from US/Canada supermarkets, I've never ventured to try the mashed or frozen potatoes types in the freezer section. Has anyone tried it? Hopefully, those mashed, pasty types don't have any weird additives(non veg or otherwise) in it. What frozen brands work for
Hello, I searched this subreddit and I found only one post about this which, unfortunately, didn't answer my question. I want to cook beef curry at home, which cut would be the right one for this? I usually cook mutton by tenderizing it in a pressure cooker for "3 whistles" which
[Green Mango Chutney!](http://cookwithshrutisajjan.blogspot.com/2017/08/unripe-raw-mango-chutney-its-sweet-and.html?spref=bl) Its a sweet and sour chutney, we can have this with Rice, Chapati, Roti, Idli, Dosa. You can store this chutney outside for 3 to 4 days, if you refrigerate you store this for about a month. **Ingredients** - Unripe /Raw/Green Mango -1 - Dry Coconut/Desiccated Coconut -4 tsp - Dry Red
I'm headed to Wal-Mart and I know they don't have a lot of those unique indian spices. I'm looking for a recipe for any curry variant, like vindaloo or tikka masala, etc that can be acquired at wally world! Thanks!