I’m so excited to be back for our Sunday Supper after a month!During my India holiday,my brother had made an itinerary for me even before I’d landed and that included tasting some of the best foods in and around Delhi!Aww he’s so sweet! 🙂
Needless to say we over indulged in all sorts of delicacies like the succulent Kebabs at The Kebab Factory,some more Kebabs and a tasty Awadhi Mutton Biryani from the Lucknow themed restaurant at Culture Gully,Kingdom of Dreams.Situated in Gurgaon,Culture Gully is THE place for foodies who want to try India’s diverse foods and flavors all under one roof and it has various themed restaurants and street bars, arts and crafts etc together with some beautiful architecture depicting each of the 14 States it represents!There is something for every palate from steamed dumplings in Sikkim to the spicy dishes in Kerala.You can see the chefs doing what they love the most and the aroma just makes you hungry! Its visually stunning and one of the best things that has come up in the last few years.I really enjoyed the food there and would recommend it to anyone visiting Delhi.
Next on our list were the famous Kathi Rolls at Nizams with the tasty Seekh Kebab wrapped around the soft Egg coated outer layer and it tasted amazing!
At home I enjoyed my Mom’s amazing Fish dishes especially the Pomfret marinated in aromatic spices and shallow fried, my sister-in-law’s tasty Fried Chicken that was crispy and golden on the outside but moist and juicy on the inside and the best dish of my trip,Dad’s famous Mutton with just the right balance of spices cooked for a good few hours with that deep dark color that’s irresistible.I’m telling you, its the best thing I ever ate.
My Dad cooking my favorite dish!And this is how the cooked Mutton looked!
Scrumptious and SPICY!!!When I learnt that ‘Spice it Up’ was our theme this Sunday Supper I couldn’t be happier since its what I love in my foods.I love it in savory and sweets.For this event I thought of using some inspiration from my holiday and create for you amazing Tofu Kebabs with Green Sauce or Cilantro sauce!I had a similar Kebab made with Chicken and it was delicious.You could use any meat,fish or Paneer for this preparation.’Hariyali’ means greenery in Hindi and since the cilantro sauce is green these kebabs have derived their name from it.
The sauce is very simple and comes together in the food processor.The Tofu is coated with the sauce and cooked on a griddle pan.The left-over sauce is also served as a dip for the kebabs.The sauce gives so much flavor and also a lovely color to the Tofu.Sprinkle some Chat Masala at the end and you have one amazing starter that will be the star of any party!Enjoy 🙂
Make sure the pan is well oiled and heated before placing the Tofu pieces.
Leave it for about 2 minutes before flipping gently from underneath.If it gets stuck just turn off the heat and leave it for some time.It should come off easily.Repeat the process on the other side.
This event is hosted by the lovely Amy from Kimchi Mom and you just have to scroll down for some mouth-watering spicy dishes,desserts and drinks!!
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