Qimah Vundalu ~ Meat Balls

In this A-Z Challenge, Journey Through Telangana Cuisine, I am doing Q for Qimah. This was one of the tough letters to work with and I could not think of a vegetable, fruit or a dish in Telugu that starts with Q. The only ingredient I could think of is qimah or qeema. Going by […]

Qofte Fërguara ~ Meat Balls from Albania

For the final day of the marathon, we are going to Albania. Qofte Ferguara ~ Fried Meatballs is the nation dish of Albania. Albania’s national dish is not listed on Wiki but there are couple of sites that claim these meatballs as the National Dish of the country. Albanian cuisine is influenced by Greek, Turkish […]

Chicken Empanadas

Empanadas are stuffed pastries, also known as hand pies or turnovers. Empanadas are very popular in Spain, Latin America and the Caribbean. These can be baked or deep fried. Many countries have their own version of empanadas and are known by different names. Indian empanadas are usually have sweet fillings and are known by different […]

Ground Turkey Fry (Dry Curry)

Turkey is not our favorite birds to eat. I hardly cook it at home and nor do we order when we eat out. We find the bird tasteless and smelly. Because the bird is lean, I use to cook it once or twice a year at the most. Lately, it has become a regular at […]

BM#4 Day 6: Turkey Dumpling Soup

I made some turkey kofta curry Thursday night and kept aside some turkey meat to make this soup yesterday. I was in no mood to make the dumpling soup yesterday and this was our lunch this afternoon. This recipe is adapted from Rachael Rays Hungarian Dumpling soup. I made this soup couple of times in […]

Kheema Palak ~ Ground Meat & Spinach Fry

Spinach is one of very few vegetables that we both like and I cook it at least once a week.  I usually stir fry spinach, just like the green chard fry that I blogged about a while back.  Sometimes, I also make  spinach raita.  But the last time I cooked spinach, I added some kheema […]

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