Tuesday, October 24, 2006

A very Happy Diwali to all my readers and your Family!

And Eid Mubbarak!

Been Busy with my shifting to a new city, new Job etc etc.
Keep Comming back. I will keep you posted.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

How to Deep Fry Fish-II

There is this new blog on the block on Life, Happiness and Relationships called sound of Life . Do Bookmark it or spread a word.

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Thursday, October 12, 2006

Hmm... BachelorCooking.net is up

Yes Dear all, bachelorcooking.net is up and running. It is still very crude, all the picture have been badly skewed, I need to work on the template first... It will take up a number of day I am sure.

You may start updating your Blogroll with http://www.bachelorcooking.net

I will create a Blog for currymela at www.bachelorcooking.net/currymela and also a forum for all of us to discuss of cooking and tips anything we want to talk about at www.bachelorcooking.net/forum. Get yourself registered in the forum too. As and when it is up..
Also don't forget to link to the forum and curry mela.

Arre yaar, somebody do something about the template :)

Site still in BETA. Been busy so not been able to twaek much.

Monday, October 09, 2006

Help Wanted for a Wordpress Template

Well well, I have registered bachelorcooking.net.
Unfortunately Bachelorcooking.com wasn't available :(

But I want a very nice template, that will go well with the theme :)
Is there any of readers out there who are handy with Wordpress Blogs :)

Just a few words of note:
In the new avatar The bachelorcooking.net will be feature rich.
Will have a directory, a cooks forum, events site, curry mela..
It will be awesome..

I will get me a digital SLR camera soon.. The point and shoot doesn't give too good results boohoo.

When will it be up..
Sigh.. that is the million dollar question...
The moving, new place, new job phew!!!!
But we shall overcome :)

Friday, October 06, 2006

How is my new profile?

Hot ain't it? Lolz

Fry Onions Till Golden brown!

Bachelor Cooking Tip:
In almost every recipe, specially Indian Cooking, You will come across the phrase fry the onions till golden Brown. Frying Onions till golden brown is a very delicate affair. It is hard to say, fry for 4-5 minutes either since I don't know what kind of flame you are using. I don't even know what kind of Cooking vessel you are using. In a thin frying pan, frying till golden is difficult and the onions just tend to get burned. Thick bottom pans are very recipe friendly, and cast iron ones are the best. The picture above is Think Aluminium Kadhai or Wok and it is also very Indian recipe friendly.

The picture was taken just before the Onions turned golden brown. Even if I say fry till golden brown, you need not wait till then. It might just get burned. This is the perfect time when you may add the crushed Ginger-garlic paste and saute before you add masalas or Tomatoes.

The significance of frying till golden brown is that it dries the onion of its sweet juice and gives a slightly seasoned taste to the curry. Burn it, and the curry gets spoiled. That is the secret to Indian cooking.. The perfect timing of frying..

The above picture will launch a thousand Indian Recipes. Good Luck.

Oh, that much onions is enough for 1 kilo meat. For the frying till golden brown, that is. If you want to add more onions, add later when you add the Meat. Add onions later for a nice gravy. Add when the meat is dry, and fry till the onions have turned to gravy.... Enjoy!!

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Balayya Again!!

As when I get busy, I bring to you some more entertainment yet again.
I am shifting my home, and will shift city too in a week or two. Broadband has been disconnected.. Will blog now and then, but then I couldn't publish the curry mela this weekend.

But I am damn sure this Balayya Magic will more than make up for it. Very entertaining... Much Fun comes.....