Author: thebombayberlin

Egg Puffs| Bakery style

Egg Puffs| Bakery style

Puffs and Pastry are always so dear to heart. Sorry, i mean for tongue and tummy! So India is also not different than other countries. After all, british left a lot cool stuff behind and indian bakers tried and tested numerous varieties around it. One […]

Kashta Kachori | Gewürte Mungfühllung frittierete Teigtasche

Kashta Kachori | Gewürte Mungfühllung frittierete Teigtasche

Kashta Kachori is a famous halwai recipe of Rajasthan , East Part of India. It is a snack which is enjoyed at evening tea time and also as breakfast. Its pretty famous as Raj kachori in Delhi as a Chaat item. Well its the same […]

Veg Bombay Sandwich

Veg Bombay Sandwich

Our  Food culture in India is always influenced by the Rulers who ruled us centuries ago. Take for instances the Moghuls who have left their mark on North Indian Cuisine, so vividly that we have our own new varieties influenced by their style of cooking, their spices and tastes. Hence I would like to come to todays recipe of Bombay sandwich where Sandwiche is one food we admit to take it from Britishers. So now in India we have our own varieties of breads and thousands of recipes around it. We have drastically used bread in so many ways in our starters and finger foods, the recipes are countless.. So here is one street food recipe from my hometown. It is super easy and tasty at the same time. Now here in Germany I am lucky to add the best Cheese to this recipe, which i don’t find in India. So the taste has surely multiplied. I have used Cheddar cheese and basic flat cheese. After grilling it in the Toaster, the aroma of this sandwich is definately going to envy your neighbours. It tastes heaven when the cheese inside and outside melts. Trust me on this recipe and do try at your home. So heres the recipe…

 

 

Ingredients:
Bread
Green chutney
Chopped onions
Chopped red cabbage
chopped bell pepper
Chopped Green chillies
garlic
Chopped coriander
Black pepper
salt
Chaat masala
butter
Chedder Cheese
Flat cheese
Method:
  1. In a bowl take all the veggies like Cabbage, onions, bell pepper, coriander, green chillies, pressed garlic together. Then add butter, black pepper, salt, chaat masala to it.
  2. Now mix it together nicely and keep aside.
  3. take two pieces of bread and apply first the butter on each bread. Use freashy made green chutney and spread it again on the bread.
  4. Now add the mixture we above made and spread evenly.
  5. In the end just add the last flat cheese and cover the other bread on top of it.
  6. Before grilling it just apply a spoon full of butter on the top of each bread and then grill closing it tight.
  7. So right after 2 mins the grilled Bombay sandwich is ready and just top it with some chedder cheese and its ready to eat.
  8. You can also dip into Ketchup or goes well without it too. Cheers!!
German:
Bombay sandwich
Zutaten:
Brot
Grüner Chutney
Gehackte Zwiebeln
Gehackter roter Kohl
Gehackter Paprika
Gehackter Grüner chillies
Knoblauch.
Gehackter Koriander
Schwarzer Pfeffer
Salz
Chaat masala
Butter
Chedder Käse
Flacher Käse
Methode:
1. In einer Schüssel, den ganzen veggies wie Kohl, Zwiebeln, Glockenpfeffer, Koriander, grüner chillies, Knoblauch, zusammen nehmen. Dann Butter, schwarzen Pfeffer, Salz, Chaat masala dazu fugen.
2. Jetzt zusammen nett mischen und beiseite behalten lassen.
3. Jetzt zwei Stücke von Brot nehmen und zuerst die Butter an jedes Brot verbreiten. Verwenden Sie frische gemachter grünen Chutney und es wieder auf dem Brot ausgebreiten.
4. Jetzt die Mischung was wir über gemacht haben, auf der brot gleichmäßig verbreiten.
5. Schließlich gerade den letzten flachen Käse ueber den mixture dann und das andere Brot obendrein bedecken.
6. Vor dem Grillen wendet davon gerade einen Löffel an, der mit Butter auf der Spitze jedes Brotes, und grillt dann das Schließen davon.
7. So direkt nach 2 Minuten ist der gegrillte Bombayer Sandwich bereit, und stehen Sie ihn gerade mit etwas Cheddarkäseund seinem bereiten an der Spitze, um zu essen.
8. Sie können auch in den Ketschup eintauchen oder ohne es ist auch gut.
Prosit!!
AlooBhajia| Potato fritters| Fritierte Kartoffel

AlooBhajia| Potato fritters| Fritierte Kartoffel

Potatoes and Gram flour is a super yummy combination. Indians have gram flour 24/7 and 365 days at home as there are numerous varieties to make from it. Go to any Indian Restaurants and what they have in their starters is the endless varieties of […]

Palak Fritters| Frittierte Spinat

Palak Fritters| Frittierte Spinat

Palak or Spinach is actually so bland which has to always in with some combination. Like for example palak- Paneer, Hara Bhara kabab, So even here this fritters is a combination of gram flour and spinach. Now this recipe is mostly done at home and […]

Butter Chicken | Authentische Hänchenbrustfilet in Tomaten & Sahne

Butter Chicken | Authentische Hänchenbrustfilet in Tomaten & Sahne

So who doesn’t know Butter Chicken..! Murgh Makhani! The authentic recipe with perfect texture, colour and Taste. This recipe is a must to try or at least try in some authentic Indian Punjabi Restaurants. My version of Butter chicken is the Dhaba style which one can find off roads on the Highways in India. They make it with full of authenticity and rawness. I have tried to in groom the sam version here in Berlin in my kitchen with all the availability of Indianness in this recipe.

So basically this gravy consists of Tomato and Cream, heavy cream infact which after cooking oozes it own oil, texture and tastes heaven. The dry spices like Cloves, coriander, cinnamon holds the warmth in the gravy. The tomatoes for tanginess and cream gives that richness. The grilled chicken is a version of Chicken Tikka which can be also eaten as a starters or appetisers. The same ticks are used for Butter chicken. The recipe is very simple. So gather all the ingredients for the rich n royal taste of Murgh Makhani… Here we go with the Video ad recipe..

Ingredients:
For marination:
Chicken
Ginger
Garlic
Green chillies
Yogart
Gram Flour
Coriander powder
Cinnamon Powder
Garam masala
Red chilli powder
Cumin Powder
Red colour
Salt
  • Marinate Chicken by adding all the above listed ingredients in the yogurt and keep it fridge for atlas 30 mins. Best if marinated overnight.
  • Now Skewer it on and grill it in OTG or Oven. Brush it with oil and turn every 10 mins and grill it until they are charred on top.
For the Gravy:
Butter
Grated Ginger
Chillies
Cloves, cardamom, Cinnamon
Onion
Tomato puree
Red chilli powder
Coriander powder
Heavy cream
Honey
Dry Fenugreek leaves
Fresh coriander
Salt
Grilled Chicken
Lemon Juice
Garam masala
Process:
1.Firstly add one Tbsp of Oil to the Pan then add 2 tbsp of butter. Then add the cloves, cardamom and cinnamon stick to the oil.
2.Now add some julienned Chillies. To it some finely chopped Onions. Toss it in butter oil until the onions become soft. Grate some fresh ginger to the pan.
3.Now add tomato puree and saute nicely. Add all the spices like red chilli powder, Coriander powder, garam masala. Toss it again.
4.Add heavy cream and keep stirring it until it gets little thick. Add salt.
5.Add the above made grilled chicken and fold it in the sauce nicely.
6.In the end rub some Dry fenugreek leaves in hand and sprinkle it. Also add fresh  Chopped coriander and saute until Oil oozes out of the pan from sides.
7.In the end add lemon juice and little Garam masala the chicken.
8.Yummy and authentic butter chicken is ready to eat. Naan tastes the best with it. Also Roti and Chapati.
Cheers!!
German:
Für marination:
Huhn
Ingwer
Knoblauch
Grüner chillies
Yogart
Gramm Mehl
Korianderpuder
Zimt
Garam masala
Rotes Chilipuder
Kreuzkümmel puder
Rote Farbe
Salz
  1. Marinieren Huhn durch das Hinzufügen aller obengenannten verzeichneten Zutaten im Joghurt und halten es Kühlschrank für den Atlas 30 Minuten. Am besten wenn mariniert, über Nacht.
  2. Jetzt Fleisch spieß es auf und Grill es in OTG oder Ofen. Bürsten Sie es mit Öl und drehen Sie alle 10 Minuten und grillen, bis es auf der Spitze verkohlt werden
Für die Soße:
Butter
Geriebener Ingwer
Chillies
Nelken, Kardamom, Zimt
Zwiebel
Tomatenpüree
Rotes Chilipuder
Korianderpuder
Schwere Sahne
Honig
Trockene Bockshornkleeblätter
Frischer Koriander
Salz
Gegrilltes Huhn
Zitronesaft
Garam masala
Prozess:
1. Erstens 1 EL Öl zur Pfanne und danach 2 tbsp von Butter schmelzen. Dann die Nelken, den Kardamom und die Zimtstange zum Öl hinzufugen.
2. Jetzt einen julienned Chillies dazu geben. Einige fein gehackte Zwiebeln. Werfen Sie es in Butter+Öl, bis die Zwiebeln weich werden. Reiben Sie einen frischen Ingwer zur Pfanne.
3.Jetzt Tomatenpüree geben und gut anbraten. Fügen Sie alle Gewürze wie rotes Chilipuder, Korianderpuder, garam masala hinzu. Alles gut unterruhren.
4. Schlag Sahne auch geben und rühren, bis es wenig dick wird. Salzieren.
5. Fügen Sie das obengenannte gemachte gegrillte Huhn hinzu und es in der Soße nett unterziehen.
6. Reiben Sie schließlich einige Trockene Bockshornkleeblätter in der Hand und oben sprenkeln. Fügen Sie auch frischen Gehackten Koriander und saute bis Öl an der Pfanne von Seiten brühen.
7. Fügen Sie schließlich Zitronesaft und wenig Garam masala.
8. Prima und authentisches Hanchenbrustfilet in Tomaten und Sahne ist bereit zu essen. Naan schmeckt das beste damit. Auch Roti oder Chapati.
Prosit!!
Sneha Navale

Sneha Navale

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Samosa| Chicken Samosa| Bekannt Indische Gericht | India’s famous all time snack

Samosa| Chicken Samosa| Bekannt Indische Gericht | India’s famous all time snack

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Indian Street Food

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The Bombay Berlin

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