|by Sangeeta Khanna|
Indians are well-known for their 'sweet tooth'. Any celebration, be it a festival or a wedding, is incomplete without a variety of mithais (sweets).
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Any biscuits will ... milk, salt and pepper. Simmer over medium-high heat stirring constantly until desired thickness. Spoon gravy over biscuits and enjoy! .
Using a cast ... sausage, reduce heat and simmer for approximately 10 minutes while stirring. Spoon gravy over freshly baked butter milk biscuits and enjoy!
Brown chops in ... chops and stir gravy well. Serve with ... and mashed potatoes. NOTE: You may want to double the gravy mixture if you like lots of gravy.
1. Wash, dry cut up fryers. In bag, shake. Add chicken. 2. Melt 1 cup butter in fry pan. Brown chicken slowly, turning. Cover and simmer for 30 ...
Preheat oven to ... desired thickness. If gravy is too thick, ... tablespoon of flour. Simmer until the gravy no longer tastes of raw flour (at least 10 minutes).
1. Wash chicken ... warm while making gravy. 4. Pour ... bottom of pan, until gravy thickens and boils 1 minute. Serve separately to spoon over chicken.
Drain oil from ... warm milk and continue stirring until gravy is smooth and thickened about 3 minutes. Serve over rice with fried chicken. Makes 2 cups.
Put pork in pan and fry; break into bite-size pieces; about 8 minutes. Remove from heat and drain on paper, keeping about 6 tablespoons of grease. ...
Shake moist pieces of chicken, a few pieces at a time, in a paper bag with 1/2 cup flour, salt and pepper until thoroughly coated. Put oil in a large ...
Brown sausage; leaving fat in pan, add flour and cook until brown. Add salt and pepper. Slowly add the milk and water which has been mixed before ...
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