Coriande powder

Achari Gosh

December 1, 2011 // 0 Comments

The word beef is from Latin bovines in contrast to cow, which is from Middle English "cou" (both words have the same root. After the French-speaking nobles who ruled England naturally used French words to refer to the meats they were served. Cooking the beef over or under a high radiant heat source, generally in excess of 650 °F (343 °C). This leads to searing of the surface of the beef, which creates a flavorful crust. In the U.S.A., Australia, Canada, the UK and Germany, grilling, particularly over charcoal, is sometimes known as barbecuing, often shortened to "BBQ". When cooked over charcoal, this method can also be called charbroiling. [...]

Chicken Jalfrezi

November 16, 2011 // 0 Comments

Chicken Jalfrezi is one of the traditional dishes of Pakistan.It is eaten and admired in almost every region of the country. [...]