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^ seems like an unlucky day for shichat sisters :D Ate : Halwa puri for breakfast  Halwa is a pudding made from semolina and is eaten with Puri (bread made from flour) Mom made the Halwa and it was th

For tea , cupcakes that my daughter baked <3

Hey guys, it's been quite some time since I've logged on to shiachat. But as always I come back once in a while to check up on everyone :P So in my absence I've taken plenty of food pics (being an ins

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5 hours ago, Marbles said:

@Heavenly_Silk you actually drink karelay ka rass? I thought people joke when they say they drink it.  

I feel like akhhh thoo :tongueangry:

(though I like fried karelas cooked well in good spices - with a cup of yougurt and roti)

Stop ruining it for everyone! :tongueangry:

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1 hour ago, Marbles said:

How about shawarama and some carrot halwa?

Sounds good! Carrot halva spread on roti. :love:

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10 hours ago, Ali_Hussain said:

Why don't you add something sweet to it? Like carrots or apples?

I used to make green smoothies with apple and it didnt make them any more palatable to me, so i just work myself up to it with a little shadow boxing and down it as quick as i can.

9 hours ago, hasanhh said:

 

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l'd just 'wing you' = a little wounding. That way you'd have to hobble-over to the trifle truffles.

Well, why not go the full Kathy Bates and end my trifle snouting days forever?

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Oven BBQ chicken drumsticks

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We had salad and potatoes too, but the chicken was most memorable. I made 30 drumsticks, so we can all have them for lunch tomorrow too.

My local halal food store only has drumsticks on weekends, so we rarely get them. It's just chicken legs, but it's become a treat. 

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7 hours ago, Ruq said:

 

Well, why not go the full Kathy Bates and end my trifle snouting days forever?

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I'd never, ever do something like this. Cracking an ankle like this will lead to amputation.

Now, if l'd just wing-you, you'd heal.

See, l do have humanitarian impulses,  :D

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11 hours ago, hayaah said:

I would've said that but @Marbles would probably have been sarcastic again...like he always is. :dry:

What?? You called it rice and chickpea curry? This grates on my ears and I feel overwhelmed by the unaesthetic combination of words, like when Google translates hot dog as garam kutta ewwww...

Call them what it is: chawal choley! Aren't you glad your heart's wish has come true? That someone is eating chawal choley in the thread:dry:

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8 minutes ago, starlight said:

@Marbles @hayaah @Heavenly_Silk 

You mean I am the only one who calls them 'sufaid channay'??  :confused:

Lol you are too posh to call them chawal choley. That's their street name :P

They are indeed 'sufaid chanay' but together with rice they became chawal choley chanay (or chanay chawal if you prefer that sequence)

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21 minutes ago, starlight said:

@Marbles @hayaah @Heavenly_Silk 

You mean I am the only one who calls them 'sufaid channay'??  :confused:

Haha, I do call them sufaid/kaley chanay but it's what @hayaah had said previously so was just having a joke with her. 

I'm sure choley is the Punjabi version. 

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15 minutes ago, Heavenly_Silk said:

I'm sure choley is the Punjabi version. 

Chola is also an Urdu word. But it's more commonly used in Punjabi.

6 minutes ago, Heavenly_Silk said:

Corndog = "chali kutta" 

Butterfly = "Makhan makhi" 

Bitter gourd = karwa kaddu

Lady finger = khatoon ki unglian

eggplant = anday ka pauda

ice cream = baraf malai

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7 minutes ago, hayaah said:

No.... I have had it before. Its a very common snack in my country. :p

Choley bechna is an idiom for someone who doesn't have anything to do, or works like a cowboy. That's probably why it's so popular over there :P

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