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Tea Sandwich

Tea Sandwich Tea sandwich are easy to prepare afternoon tea time snack. It is perfect finger food for get together enjoyed by both kids and grown ups. The filling used here is grilled salmon fish and mayo. Ingredients Sandwich bread- 4 slices Grilled salmon shredded- 1/2 cup Smoked bell pepper chopped- 3 tbs Mayonnaise- 3 tbs lemon zest- 1/3 tsp Chopped parsley- 1 tsp salt and pepper to taste Prepare bread slices by neatly cutting off the edges. Use a fork to shred grilled salmon  and add the rest of the ingredients and combine well. Spread this evenly on  bread slices and press two slices together. Slice lengthwise or into wedges. Serve with tea. Try this Hope you will all enjoy!

Prawn Omelette

Prawn Omelette Prawns omelette/omelet is a quick and easy breakfast/brunch recipe.You can whip up a quick and light brunch which is filling and tasty. Remember the bread omelet breakfast combo with bread, butter, omelet and ketchup .Here is a twist to it..use prawns omelette, in place of the regular omelet. Ingredients Eggs-2 Small prawns peeled- 1/3 cup Chopped bell pepper- 1/4 cup Onion chopped- 1/2 Chopped ginger- 1/3 tsp Garlic- 1 clove Chopped green chilly- 1 Salt and pepper to taste Garam masala- a pinch Heat oil in a pan and add chopped onion,garlic, ginger and bell pepper. Saute till it becomes golden brown. Add the prawns, pepper, salt and garam masala. Saute for three minutes till the prawns is cooked and the masala is dry. Allow this to cool down. Beat egg till it is light and bubbly. Add half of the prawns masala and mix. Heat oil in a pan and pour the egg mixture and allow the bottom to set and spread the rest of the masala on top. When one side is gol

Njandu/Crab Masala Curry- Kerala Crab Curry with Roasted Coconut

Njandu Masala Curry Crab curry with coconut is an old classic, and a little bit of roasted coconut and earthy spices elevates the flavor of this crab curry. It is wonderfully aromatic with classic South Indian curry flavors, aromatic spices, and coconut. Earlier I have shared a recipe for a simple easy to make crab roast. As a Malayalee, I have a special affection for seafood, especially crab. We always try crab curries or crab roast when we visit Kerala. We get fresh crab that is cleaned and cooked immediately for maximum taste and flavor. My recipe comes from my mother-in-law. The perfect accompaniment is rice, tapioca, appam, or freshly baked bread. The key ingredient here is crab, but there are other possibilities when it comes to the sauce. Fish, prawns, lobster, squid, or calamari are all great choices. Eating crab must be leisurely, and this crab curry is best eaten, with your fingers. On our recent visit to Kerala, we have so many memories of good food. We ate it with grea