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INDIAN-STYLE STREET FOOD INSPIRED ‘NAAN-PIZZA’ WITH PORK PEPPERONI SALAMI IN BUTTER MASLA

-Indians are known for their deft of ha nd when it comes to tweaking ‘desi’ with ‘videshi’, & who better than street food vendors. This ubiquitous Indian-Style Street Food Inspired by the Italian Pizza  using Pork Pepperoni Salami in a Butter Masala, takes the ’East-meets-West’ flavours to another  level! Italians & Indians eat Pizza like a religion…both love Pepperoni…both love food adventures!! –

INDIAN STYLE STREET FOOD INSPIRED %E2%80%98NAAN PIZZA WITH PORK PEPPERONI SALAMI IN BUTTER MASLA e1603871327178 » hindu metro

From: Meisterwurst Kitchen

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Serves: 5-6

——————————————–Cuisine: Indian Fusion (Italian Inspired)

Prep Time: 20 mins

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Cook Time: 25 mins

———————————Course: Main

 

INGREDIENTS:

 

  • 250-350 g Meisterwurst Pork pepperoni Salami— Slice Rounds cut into half
  • 100 g Mixed Red & Green Bell Peppers—slivers
  • 1 large red Onion—finely sliced
  • 5-6 small / mini Garlic-Coriander Naans (Indian Flatbreads)—readily available
  • 8 tbsp Bottled / Packaged Readymade Butter Masala Sauce—Chicken or Paneer—available online & in supermarkets
  • 150 g Mozzarella Cheese—grated
  • ½ cup Coriander (Cilantro) – finely chopped
  • 1 cup Indian Raita (Chilled Yoghurt)
  • Olive Oil
  • Salt to taste

 For the Yoghurt Raita –

  • 1 Cup Fresh Yoghurt /Curd or Dah
  • ½ Onion—finely chopped
  • ½ Cup Cucumber—peeled & finely chopped
  • 1-2 Green Chillies—deseeded & chopped tiny
  • 2 tbsp Fresh Coriander/Cilantro—finely chopped
  • ½ tbsp Cumin Powder—optional
  • Salt to Taste

TIPS:

* You can substitute with Rogan Josh sauce

Nothing like sitting with friends…chilled beers in one hand & these scrumptious Indian-Style Pork Pepperoni Salami Naan-Pizzas in the other! It’s a ‘street treat’ you can eat anytime…anywhere!!

HERE’S HOW—INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Preheat the Oven to Grill on medium—line a baking tray with aluminum foil—place the Pork Pepperoni Salami Slice Rounds that are halved, on-  ions & bell peppers—drizzle with Olive oil
  2. Grill for about 12-13 mins or until all items are  cooked
  3. Take out the readymade naans (Indian Flat-  breads) from their packaging—spoon & spread

the bottled / packaged readymade Butter Masala

Sauce onto each naan generously—place on a separate baking tray

  1. Portion the cooked mix of Pepperoni Salami, on-  ions & peppers onto the naans—spread the Mozzarella shreds over each naan
  2. Put the topped up naans back into the oven & grill  for another 6-8 mins or until the cheese is melted  & the naans are golden & crisp around the edges
  3. Remove from the grill & cool so that it becomes  easy to handle
  4. Drizzle with the chilled & refreshing Raita—  garnish with the chopped coriander & serve immediately

 NUTRITIONAL VALUE (PER SERVING):

350 Calories 13g Fat 40g Carbs 21g Protein 2g Fibre

*Nutrition information is based & calculated using ingredient database & is considered to be an estimate

 FOR THE YOGHURT RAITA:

  1. Chill the Yoghurt/Curd—add salt & cumin pow-  der—whisk to a smooth consistency
  2. Add the chopped onions, green chillies, cucumber  & coriander—Stir together gently

 NUTRITIONAL VALUE (PER SERVING):

108 Calories 4g Fat 13g Carbs 5g Protein 1g Fibre

 

PORK CHORIZO SAUSAGES IN A TANGY-HOT GOAN CURRY

This subtly spiced tangy-hot Pork Chorizo Sausage Goan Curry is delicious & hearty. It is a har monious blend of Indian & Portuguese cuisine that melds flavours in a global twist of East meets West!  A staple of Goa found in welcoming homes, roadside stalls & beach shacks, this inviting & tasty dish  is wholesome, flavourful & 100% satisfying!! –

PORK CHORIZO SAUSAGES IN A TANGY HOT GOAN CURRY » hindu metro

From: Meisterwurst Kitchen

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Serves: 4-6

——————————————-Cuisine: Indian Fusion (Goan  

 Inspired)

Prep Time: 20 mins

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Marinating: 30 mins

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Cook Time: 30 mins

——————————–Course: Main

 

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 kg Meisterwurst Pork Chorizo (mildly spiced) Sausage links—removed from  casing & chopped)
  • 2 large Potatoes—Peeled & Cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 4 tbsp Vegetable/Sunflower/Canola Oil
  • 2 large Onions—Thinly Sliced
  • 2 large Tomatoes—Finely Chopped
  • 3 Green Chillies—
  • 2 tbsp Coriander/Cilantro—Chopped for Garnish
For the Marinade –
  • ½ tsp Turmeric
  • 2 tsp Paprika
  • 2 tbsp Ginger-Garlic Paste
  • ½ tsp Cinnamon Powder
  • ½ tsp Black Pepper—Coarsely Ground
  • 1 tbsp Red Vinegar/Apple Cider Vinegar
NUTRITIONAL VALUE (PER SERVING):
465 Calories 33g Fat 30g Carbs 23g Protein  10g Fibre
* Nutrition information is based & calculated using ingredient database & is considered to be an estimate.

 

HERE’S HOW—INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. In a large bowl place the delicately spiced chopped Pork Chorizo & add in the turmeric, paprika, cinnamon, black pepper, vinegar & 1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste—mix all the ingredients well together, so the sausages are coated nicely with the spices—set aside for about 30 mins or even overnight
  2. Heat a large skillet or fry pan or wok, add oil & fry the potato cubes till golden brown—take out & set  aside
  3. In the same hot oil, add the onions & fry till translucent – add the tomatoes & green chillies along  with the remaining ginger-garlic paste & some coriander/cilantro & fry nicely till the mix is smooth & pulpy
  4. Add salt to taste & some stock or hot water, stirring well & bring the curry mix to a boil—
  5. Now add in the chopped Chorizo sausage & potato cubes &  cover & cook on low heat for abt 15-20 mins—if  you want it more saucier, add extra stock or water
  6. Turn off the heat & serve piping hot with

‘ghee’ (clarified butter) rice, or Indian ’pau’’ which  are best ‘fresh-from-the-baker’ bread rolls

 TIPS:

  • Goan Curry or even it’s similar yet chunkier variety  Vindaloo, are traditionally enjoyed by scooping it  up with the local bread roll called ‘pau’ which is  Portuguese for ‘bread’
  • Goan Chorizo Sausage Curry is a common street  food found almost everywhere on the streets of  sunny Goa & often accompanied by steamed  white rice drizzled with desi ghee or clarified butter

You’ll never get enough of our yummy Pork Chor-  izo in this Hot & Tangy Goan Currymyriad fla-  vours caress the palate…it’s just a Goan thing!!

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