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Using the leftovers in the fridge comes very easy to me now. earlier i used to panic. now the experimental cook brain i have is all happy and relaxed. a little bit of everything means trying something really new. yes.. my mother in law certainly worries when i experiment, no!! she knows i cook good. she isn’t worried about the taste. she is just worried the dish doesn’t turn out to be something so different that we never cook it ever again. (happened once when i tried making celery and eggplant italian dish i dont even remember the name of that i saw on youtube.

anyways, the morning snack was popping the leftover maize so that that it doesnt catch moisture. its been pouring now and then since a week.

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and i hate my popcorn super salted! i hate the salt in my mouth. so a quick 5 minute rush into making some 50grams of caramel.

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this too i learnt it from youtube here . but this one turns out to be just so fine and sweet. i poured a little over the popcorn and the rest settled in a small glass bottle in the fridge waiting to be used over ice creams and apples.
the afternoon ‘just before a loooong meeting’ snack. this is how i call it. a few raisins and dried fig does wonders. it has less calories than a “4am snicker” bar and it also gives me energy to go on talking and making presentations. carry it in a zip lock in your handbag everytime. they are hunger pang saviors i trust the most.

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the night was dedicated to leftover veggies in the fridge: 2 tomatoes, 2 small potatoes, 1.5 green bell pepper and some sprouts. i love the putting in colorful veggies in my biryani. all these veggies made it to the biryani plate.

i did it a little differently this time. i layered the saute-d veggies in the bottom, layered the rice on top

and finished off the top layer with veggies again. inside the convection for 15minutes and my dual layer biryani was just too perfect! voila :)

try doing this at home, layer it with various things and impress your guests or in my case- the mil.

have you ever tried a youtube recipe at home?
share it with me.
cheers!
aavjo :)

2 Responses to the leftovers
snehal says:

The biryani looks delicious. I have tried recipes from different magazines so far. Now I’ll follow your example and try from youtube.Cheers!!

Kohl_lined says:

thank u for the comment Snehal :)
sure u should, if u have a magazine recipe that has been a hit, do share it with me. i would love to try it too :)
cheers! xx
-kpg

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