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Updated: 2017-11-09T21:46:14.830-07:00

 



Celine, welcome to IFR! The spices can be difficul...

2006-10-03T16:30:00.000-06:00

Celine, welcome to IFR! The spices can be difficult to handle if you're new to it. However, Indian food does not have to be hot. The food I cook tends to be easy on the chilli powder as well as red or green chillies. I've seen click2cook before but I haven't tried any recipes from there. Do let me know if you do and how you liked them! It's always great to find new sources of recipes!



Hi!It was really nice reading all the comments mad...

2006-10-03T02:27:00.000-06:00

Hi!
It was really nice reading all the comments made about Indian food, I am huge fan of Indian food, although i did have a tough time with my tummy initially, but later my tummy also got used to it. I feel indian food is just pure culinary delicacy. I also happened to read about a website http://www.click2cook.com and had a chance to visit it too. A good place to hunt for Indian food.



Mythili, I had visitors, followed by a trip to Cal...

2006-07-17T20:58:00.000-06:00

Mythili, I had visitors, followed by a trip to California. Glad to be home again!

Sumitha, I love the pepper, too. It's a wonderful combination of sweet, salty, and spicy! Try it!



I love pepper and looking at so much pepper on the...

2006-07-08T02:52:00.000-06:00

I love pepper and looking at so much pepper on the fish...it looks delicious!



Hellooo Where are you? Not many updates from you :...

2006-07-08T00:52:00.000-06:00

Hellooo
Where are you? Not many updates from you :|



Priya, that looks like a very interesting web site...

2006-07-03T15:10:00.000-06:00

Priya, that looks like a very interesting web site with a focus on Kerala cuisine. I don't know much about Kerala cuisine and so far I am loving what I am finding out! Thanks!



Manisha... probably you will be interested I found...

2006-07-02T07:27:00.000-06:00

Manisha... probably you will be interested I found another cookery site with some different indian recipes

www.click2cook.com

It had come in my email



Nabeela, I think it might work, too. I wish I didn...

2006-06-28T23:58:00.000-06:00

Nabeela, I think it might work, too. I wish I didn't have to wait so long to try it but I have 7 friends visiting me from Chicagoland for the holiday weekend and they are all vegetarian! As soon as they leave, we leave for CA. When I get back, marag is going to be the first real thing I cook, that's for sure!

RP, thank you so much for your tips. I will try it out once we get back. Thanks to Alanna, I found a great resource on how to grill fish, pictures and all!



Manisha, good pictures!! We love salmon -baked, gr...

2006-06-28T20:43:00.000-06:00

Manisha, good pictures!! We love salmon -baked, grilled or broiled. I too was worried about grilling fish until I tried it last year. It wouldn't crumble and fall off. Just make sure the grate is greased well, and do not disturb the fish for the first 5 to 8 minutes. Grilled salmon is so delicious.



ooooh slow cooker...now that's an idea and it migh...

2006-06-28T17:26:00.000-06:00

ooooh slow cooker...now that's an idea and it might really work!



Meeta, I'll look forward to it, especially the pho...

2006-06-28T13:31:00.000-06:00

Meeta, I'll look forward to it, especially the photos you will take! Don't forget to tell me if you used ginger. It's not there in Alanna's original recipe.

Nabeela, I'll try it in my slow-cooker. I made shahi haleem a couple of months back in my slow cooker and it was amazing.



Manisha, I've never tried slow cooking it in a pot...

2006-06-28T13:04:00.000-06:00

Manisha, I've never tried slow cooking it in a pot before...but it should work in theory...try cooking it for an hour on low flame/heat...because that way the falvors of the herbs will infuse in the meat and the meat will be fork tender.



Manisha,This looks so good and worked out perfectl...

2006-06-28T00:57:00.000-06:00

Manisha,

This looks so good and worked out perfectly. We too love salmon and I think this will be something I will be trying out soon. Expect the verdict on my blog.



Nabeela, your marag is a must-try on my list. I w...

2006-06-27T19:41:00.000-06:00

Nabeela, your marag is a must-try on my list. I wonder if slow-cooking it would work, too. Or does it need to be pressure-cooked, you think?

And, I am glad you enjoyed reading about our antics! That dentist episode was awful and we are still dealing with complications. We did find a really good dentist and a dental surgeon in the Chicago area. The surgeon is a very handsome version of Geraldo Rivera, so I figured I should also get a tooth extracted by him. :-D These guys were so good that they continued to give us advice even after we moved to CO. We actually flew back to Chicago this winter for a consultation when a Boulder periodontist was convinced a bone graft was required. Someone asked us how much we spent - well, we saved over a $1000 and a lot of pain!

Archana, I must tell you what Medha said about the second photo...she said it looked like dirt. I used that to show just how much crushed pepper I loaded onto the salmon! I would try this recipe with Halibut, too. Do you have any tips when it comes to grilling salmon and/or fish in general? If you do, please blog about it. I am always afraid that the fish will crumble and fall through the grate!

Indianadoc, I've baked fish before but never cooked salmon. It was in the oven for less than 10 minutes! Give it a shot and let me know if you liked it as much as I did.

Starry Nights, the salmon was very good. The only ingredient I had to go out for was the salmon! It's very easy and super-quick.

Vaishali, that was very cool! You did a great job playing with words. You should do this on a monthly basis and change the bloggers. When you do publish the answers, link to the bloggers so that those who couldn't figure it out or don't know the bloggers are introduced to them. Great idea!



Hi Manisha,I have put up a quiz about fellow food-...

2006-06-27T11:04:00.000-06:00

Hi Manisha,
I have put up a quiz about fellow food-bloggers. ;-)
If you want to solve it, here’s the link.

http://happyburp.blogspot.com/2006/09/do-you-know-your-blog-buddies.html



Manish..looks tasty enough to just help myself to ...

2006-06-27T08:49:00.000-06:00

Manish..looks tasty enough to just help myself to some..I think i am going to try this. Maya is away at school, maybe she can even try this.



I have never really tried baking fish but have alw...

2006-06-27T01:47:00.000-06:00

I have never really tried baking fish but have always fancied one....was a bit apprehensive to start...but your salmon is very tempting and I am tempted to give it a try...Thanx for the detailed instructions...



Very restaurant like, i liked the third photo the ...

2006-06-26T21:00:00.000-06:00

Very restaurant like, i liked the third photo the most. I am more inclined to eating Halibut, but do try out Salmon once in a while,tastes so good when grilled.



wow....is that a co-incident or is that a co-incid...

2006-06-26T17:08:00.000-06:00

wow....is that a co-incident or is that a co-incident! I 've been browsing through your blog a lot Manisha...I finished reading all your entries this week-end...and today I see you commented on mine!!
I LOVE your writing style...and I love the way you include tid bits from your life into the blog...like for example the dental thing with your husband...I can totally identify with that....I guess I don't have a good dental doctor either! :)
You know, while reading your blog, I kept reading bits from here and there aloud to my husband to enjoy too...:)
So anyways, do try the marag and tell me how it came out, ok?



Thanks, AK! I hope your family likes my version!Gi...

2006-06-26T10:32:00.000-06:00

Thanks, AK! I hope your family likes my version!

Gini, I'm with you on that one! Sometimes though the best meals are the ones put together with whatever there is on hand and in a huge rush. I get into this state mainly in summer. I am more organized during the school year as our days - weekdays really - need to be very structured. In summer, lunch is usually a sandwich or mac and chees as whoever is here at lunchtime gets lunch. That can mean anywhere from no-one to 5 kids. Dinner-time seems to suddenly creep up on me now that the days are long and then I'm scrambling!

Let me know if you try this maple glazed salmon. The crust adds a wonderful zing to it. The success I had with this recipe is quite encouraging for me, as I am ready to try more recipes with salmon.



Manisha, the salmon looks absolutely fab. I love t...

2006-06-26T07:01:00.000-06:00

Manisha, the salmon looks absolutely fab. I love the crust on the top. Its been quite a while since we made any salmon. Meal planning is something I will never get. It is always a mad scramble to get things on the table.



Hi, am back to forward your post to my family. I d...

2006-06-25T14:30:00.000-06:00

Hi, am back to forward your post to my family. I didn't think in the least that you were 'misrepresenting' ... some days you have time to marinate, some days you don't. Don't worry, please!



Shilpa, this recipe brings a very different taste ...

2006-06-25T12:52:00.000-06:00

Shilpa, this recipe brings a very different taste to the palate. We are used to spicy and salty fish so this is a new experience. The maple syrup adds a wonderful sweet flavor. Furthermore, it's very easy with very little prep time and the clean-up is a breeze, too. Try it!



It looks so delicious. I will try it soon.tl

2006-06-25T11:30:00.000-06:00

It looks so delicious. I will try it soon.tl



Whoops! I re-read my post, Alanna, and it sounded ...

2006-06-25T11:03:00.000-06:00

Whoops! I re-read my post, Alanna, and it sounded like I was saying that 20 minutes of marinating time should be the norm because of what the book Fish recommends. I have edited my post to clarify that I have and do marinate fish for longer with no 'cooking' effect.

I also think what goes into the marinade makes a huge difference. For example, when I marinate pork or lamb overnight in the vindaloo sauce, you can see that the meat has begun to pickle in the marinade, which is what we want in that case.

I apologize if it sounded like I inadvertently misrepresented your recipe!