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1 kg chicken cubed
1 tsp salt
2 tsp green chilli paste
2 tsp garlic paste
1 tsp black pepper
1 big green pepper cubed fine
1 tsp crushed jeero
1 tbls lemon juice
1 onion grated
2 tbls ghee
2 tbls oil
1 cup grated cheese
Dhania chopped up
1.Saute the onion in the ghee and oil till soft.
2.Add chicken , spices and pepper and cook till water is dry.
3.Cool completely and add the white sauce, cheese and dhania.
1 tsp ghee
1 tsp flour
1 cup milk
Add all the ingredients in a pan and whisk well, bring to boil on medium heat till thick
Egg mixture for dipping
2 tsp oil
2 tbls milk
Whisk well together
Breadcrumbs for coating
3 cups flour
1 tsp fine salt
60 g margarine
1 1/4 cup boiling water
Sift the flour and add the salt.
Make breadcrumbs with the margarine
Make a soft dough with the boiling water.
Knead the dough very well and allow to stand for 15 minutes
Divide dough into 4 balls.
Roll out and cut as desired
Seal edges with egg.
Dip in egg mixture and roll on breadcrumbs.
Ready to dry or freeze.
Prepared, tried and tested by: Jameela Sayed
10 thoughts on “Jameela's Chicken Halfmoons”
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Again, thank you Mr. Militant Negro
Hope you’re enjoying a nice easy HuMpDaY
For sure, I love it as it’s my day off from my full time job, and thus me being able to do some work on my blog and FB groups
Yes, FB groups can be a handful. I use to have 12 FB groups I created and ran, all political groups but then FB pissed me off on several fronts so I deleted them all. Now only have an FB group for my blog. With my blog, my YouTube Network Channel and Twitter, I have no spare time.
I have a full time job, well 4 days a week, but up to 10-12 hour days sometimes. Then I have my personal page, which nothing much happens on. My TRH group page were members post their recipes, then a page RHC for blogging purposes. Then pinterest to keep updated with the blog posts, as well as Instagram and also Twitter.
Then I still have my family, husband, kids and grandkids to give quality time.
Yes, its busy and a very full time hobby once you get started in this field.
I’d pay up to $5/$6 for a good mug. I stay away from delicate stuff because I’m rough on plates, glasses and mugs. I seem to break them very easily.
It will be a very durable one, those I am looking it should hold and for sure not delicate
Try researching this, buy plain white mugs in bulk then get someone to print your words on the mugs, that might be more economical.
Thanks for the suggestion, will investigate that.