Quiz Post: More food for thought

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  1. X <generic>is a dish originating in South Asia which can be made with yoghurt, cream, nut and seed pastes or coconut milk; it is usually considered a type of curry has its roots in the Mughlai cuisine of modern-day Pakistan and North India. Classically, a X is defined as a dish where meat or vegetables are braised with water, stock, yoghurt or cream (the name is in fact derived from the Hindi and Urdu words for "braise". A dish called "X" is very popular in Indian restaurants in the United Kingdom. In the UK a X usually refers not to a particular cooking technique but to a curry with a thick, cream-based sauce or gravy; this bears little resemblance to a classical Indian X, as it is not braised. The X popularised in UK curry houses is invariably mild and may often feature nuts, usually almonds or cashews, and coconut. Id X
  2. X is a light snack food prepared out of puffed rice mixed with some seasonings of onions, spices, pepper, etc. It is typical of southern and eastern India namely, Karnataka, Maharashtra, West Bengal, etc. It is common to find it everywhere – fairs and festivals, marriage parties and other social meetings. Being an affordable food, it has become a part and parcel of the lives of Karnataka residents. It is a healthy snack often enjoyed with a cup of hot coffee or tea in Karnataka. X can have a number of toppings. The combination of finely chopped onions, chopped cilantro, grated carrots and dry roasted peanuts is one of the most popular toppings for X. Id X.
  3. In Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh it is usually a round flattened ball made of fine flour filled with a stuffing of baked mixture of yellow moong dal or Urad Dal (crushed and washed horse beans), besan (crushed and washed gram flour), black pepper, red chili powder, salt and other spices.
    In Gujarat, it is usually a round ball made of flour and dough filled with a stuffing of yellow moong dal, black pepper, red chili powder, and ginger paste. In Uttar Pradesh, it is a flattened ball of spiced potatoes, typically including potatoes and peas, wrapped in white flour, and deep fried.  Some of the variants popular in North India includes a version similar to the Rajasthan version accompanied with a curry made of potatoes and varied spices or even chana (chole), similar to one served in chole bhature.  What?
  4. X  is a traditional Indian dish sold in the streets of Mumbai, Pune and parts of Maharastra, India. It consists of spicy curry usually made of chick peas and chilly powder gravy. The final dish is topped with Punjabi mix or sev (Indian noodles), onions, lemon and coriander (cilantro). It is usually served with bread toasted with butter. The dish is inexpensive and a poor man’s meal. Tell X
  5. First,roast a cup of Gram flour.
    Then,boil two cups of sugar until it turns to sticky sugar solution.
    * Put handful of roasted Gram flour in paagu(boiled sugar).
    * Heat Ghee separately.
    * Pour small amount of ghee in the boiled sugar.
    * Again, put handful of gram flour and remaining ghee.
    * After the mixture is boiled, it turns into crispy, bubble form.
    * Now, pour it in a plate and after minutes of drying, cut it into pieces of desired shapes. Recipe for what?

6 thoughts on “Quiz Post: More food for thought

  1. yashasvi says:

    1= paya
    2= some shit which even i dunno
    3=maybe kulcha… some parantha da…
    4= pavbhaji
    5= mysorepak

  2. lzafeer says:

    1= kofta..

  3. lzafeer says:

    2= poha

  4. lzafeer says:

    4= dabola or pav bhaji

    5= mysorepa

  5. lzafeer says:

    3= kachori!

    god bless me havin moved to north india for studies!!!

    awesome set dude.. had fun crackin it..!

  6. ameya says:

    the answers:
    1: kurma
    2. churmura/churmuri..whatever u call it
    3. Kachori
    4. Misal Pav
    5. mysorepak

    yash got 5.
    zafeer got 3 n 5

    @zafeer pls leave answers in a single comment the next time

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