• Wednesday, October 16, 2019

What ya eating?

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  1. Signalian

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    Affirmative, your experience in such matters is truly unparalleled.
     
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    AFAIK, horse is makrooh, not haram. Maybe @M. Sarmad bhai can help?
     
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    You are right. It's not "Haram"
     
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    Hahaha soceity nd news teaches a lot about khota .
    Itna salman khan b mashhhoor na hua hoga jitna khota biryaani ko shohrat mili hogi .
     
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    Biryani hum sherminda hay teray qatil zinda hay
     
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    Which is wrong. They eat haram meat then...

    Nothing questionable... no one keep donkeys for the purpose of meat... its hard to find wild donkeys and horses in this day... so better dont eat them. Though you can eat horse (the one you grow infrint of your eyes for meat purpose)...
     
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    Depends on which school of thought...it goes from Makroh to Haram....

    SOME Italians do so too...Point being?
     
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    I asked a scholar and my previous post is what i got as a reply...
     
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    Hahah come on bro .. shes just a child .
    My younger bro whos 11 adds sugar in spicy rice . Yeah these folks do such stuff .
     
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    hahahahhah.lol
     
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    What about the 2 hooves thing? Does that mean it's not correct? Who's the scholar

    Its called yogurt, use it next time

    Well all the ketchup would do is add sweetness and a hint of tartness. The mayo would only make it creamy and melon down the flavor. What you can do alternatively is add a tomato chutney(not spicy) and yogurt. The yogurt will give you the creaminess and melo down the spice, while the tomato chutney will give you the tartness. This is far better then adding ketchup and mayo to it. It ruins the aesthetic of the dish, not to mention the flavor.
     
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    Hein? Waqai? :o:o_O
    Kya ho gaya mere mulk ko? :undecided:
    Biryani ko izzat do! :feminist:
     
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    Iski biryani iski marzi

    Good talib biryani vs bad talib biryani
     
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    You talk blasphemy. Don't make me issue a culinary fatwa on you too :nono:
     
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    Yah I cooked it...missus directs and suggests here and there (she dont like handling raw meat stuff and doesnt like cooking in general - whereas I learned it quite well in college days).

    Coconut (either fresh or coconut milk) would actually would have worked quite well....but didnt have any at hand.

    Basically i took the chicken, tossed it around in some seasoning, BBQ sauce, hot sauce, chilli powder, little extra garlic powder and then basically oiled the pan on high heat and added chicken to get nicely seared and a little browned too. Turn down heat, add veggies (onion, tomatoes, beans) and little water...and just let it cook at medium heat in all the juices to add some body to everything.

    Next time I will make a proper south indian curry chicken and post here :)
     
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