বাটা মশলার মাংস

বাটা মশলার মাংস
খেতে চরম লাগে ।নতুন খাবার কার পসন্দ লাইক চাই।

রান্না শিক্ষা

উপকরণ  ঃ  খাসির  মাংস  ১  কিলো, পেঁয়াজ  কুচো  ২০০ গ্রাম, রসুন  বাটা  ১০ কোয়া, আদা  বাটা  ২  চামচ, হলুদ  বাটা  ৩  চামচ, লঙ্কা  বাটা  ২ চামচ, গরম  মশলা, তেজপাতা,  নুন, চিনি  ১/২  চামচ, টক  দই ১৫০ গ্রাম, সরষের  তেল  ১০০  গ্রাম, আলু  ৫  টা ।

প্রস্তুতি  ঃ  মাংস  বড়  বড়  টুকরো  করে  সব  বাটা  মশলা  ও  টক  দই  মাখিয়ে  ১  ঘণ্টা  ভিজিয়ে  রাখুন  । আলু  খোসা  ছাড়িয়ে  দু’ টুকরো  করে  রাখুন  ।

প্রণালী  ঃ  পাত্রে  গরম  করে  পেঁয়াজ, গরম  মশলা, তেজপাতা  ছেড়ে  হালকা  বাদামি  রঙ্গে  ভাজুন । পেঁয়াজে  রঙ  ধরলে  মাংস-মাখা  দিয়ে  ভালো করে  কষুন । জল  বেরোলে  নুন, চিনি  ও  ৪/৫  কাপ  গরম  জল  মিশিয়ে  ঢাকা  দিয়ে  সেদ্ধতে  বসান । আধসেদ্ধ  হলে  আলু  নিন । পুরো  সেদ্ধ  হলে নামান । একটু  বেশি  ঝোল  থাকবে । ভাতের সাথে পরিবেশন করুন  ।

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খাদ্যের পুষ্টিগুণ সম্পর্কে জানাবে গুগল

খাদ্যের পুষ্টিগুণ সম্পর্কে জানাবে গুগল

বণিক বার্তা ডেস্ক

শীর্ষ সার্চ ইঞ্জিন গুগলে এবার যোগ হতে যাচ্ছে খাদ্যের পুষ্টিগুণ-সম্পর্কিত তথ্যাদি। প্রায় সব ধরনের তথ্যের ভাণ্ডার গুগলে খাদ্যের পুষ্টিগুণ-সম্পর্কিত এ সংযুক্তির ফলে সংশ্লিষ্টরা ছাড়াও সাধারণ গ্রাহকরাও উপকৃত হবেন বলে মনে করেন বিশ্লেষকরা। খবর হেলথের।

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বণিক বার্তা ডেস্ক
শীর্ষ সার্চ ইঞ্জিন গুগলে এবার যোগ হতে যাচ্ছে খাদ্যের পুষ্টিগুণ-সম্পর্কিত তথ্যাদি। প্রায় সব ধরনের তথ্যের ভাণ্ডার গুগলে খাদ্যের পুষ্টিগুণ-সম্পর্কিত এ সংযুক্তির ফলে সংশ্লিষ্টরা ছাড়াও সাধারণ গ্রাহকরাও উপকৃত হবেন বলে মনে করেন বিশ্লেষকরা। খবর হেলথের।

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Move Over Julia

Move Over Julia

Above: Julia Child at Le Cordon Bleu in 1950. As a child I watched her on Saturday afternoons with my grandmother

Life Lived Lavishly

Julia Child at Le Cordon Bleu

Above: Julia Child at Le Cordon Bleu in 1950.  As a child I watched her on Saturday afternoons with my grandmother.

You always want your children to have it better than you did.

By and large life has been pretty good to me, but like everyone else, I entertain the odd fantasy about what I would do if I won the lottery and found myself free to hop off the path that got me here, free to do something quite different.

In my mid teens, there was the odd, fleeting fantasy of becoming a concert cellist.  I prepared myself for this by not practising. This is like training for a marathon without so much as the odd long walk. Some might manage it. I, patently, was not among them.

I traveled in my gap year, sometimes picturing my future as a lone wolf journalist, always moving from trouble spot to trouble…

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From frocks to Fiore

From frocks to Fiore

MONTE FIORE in Mt Lawley deserves “mountains of flowers” for its delicious Italian cuisine.

It was the quirky flower and bird motif (no mountains though) of the restaurant’s sign that caught my eye as a potential spot for lunc

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MONTE FIORE, Mt Lawley

by JENNY D’ANGER:

MONTE FIORE in Mt Lawley deserves “mountains of flowers” for its delicious Italian cuisine.

It was the quirky flower and bird motif (no mountains though) of the restaurant’s sign that caught my eye as a potential spot for lunch.

Once seated my lunch companion and I debated whether the old building with its massive timber beams holding up the soaring ceiling, and the art deco stained glass windows, was once the foyer of a cinema.

But it appears it was a frock shop, back in the days of haberdashery, frocks and petticoats, our helpful waiter said.

Monte Fiore serves up good, old-style Italian Australian food with plenty of modern twists, including a new take on anti-pasta, with a share plate of grilled Spanish chorizo, arancini cheese balls, smoked salmon crepes, prosciutto, Turkish bread and homemade dip ($28).

For those wanting something light for…

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Young fruit and summer evenings

Young fruit and summer evenings

Summer is here. We’re out working in the garden most evenings and always looking outside while we work during the day; it’s that time of year.

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Summer is here. We’re out working in the garden most evenings and always looking outside while we work during the day; it’s that time of year. Tonight while my husband and younger son discussed the garden and lawn behind the house (still very wild since our house was built nearly three years ago), I quickly documented the changes in some of the fruit-bearing bushes and trees that we’ve planted over the last couple of years. We have young fruit!

First was the Serviceberry, which I see has a bit of a bug infestation on some of the young berries.

Young serviceberry with bug infestation

Next was one of the half dozen Manchu Cherries that we planted two years ago. These have been growing vigorously and look beautiful; it’s easy to see the kind of fruit-bearing hedge they should become over the next few years. I think I squealed when I noticed that we actually have…

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Ben Thanh

Ben Thanh

Saying I should go to Ben Than for pho is not the same as actually doing it. This week, celebrating a friend’s employment, we made a visit to the one up by Conestoga Mall.

The Certainty Principle

Saying I should go to Ben Than for pho is not the same as actually doing it. This week, celebrating a friend’s employment, we made a visit to the one up by Conestoga Mall. I guess we went early enough that we didn’t have to wait at all to be seated, which was great! There were also only three of us. The decor was nice – it’s a large, clean place.

Since I was craving pho, I ordered 101, their Special Beef Noodle Soup in Large…assuming that since I was hungry, I would totally finish. (Spoiler: it was too much.) It came pretty quickly and looked great, but after I’d dumped in everything I usually did, the broth was still disappointing. Maybe I’m just spoiled for pho, coming from Toronto, but this was definitely the worst pho I’ve ever had…although that’s not actually saying much, because every other bowl of…

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