What to do when your recipe goes wrong?

If your Indian recipe of a curry / sabzi goes wrong, meaning it doesn't taste too good, any of the following might help:

  • Mix some fresh coriander leaves
  • Add some lemon juice
  • Mix some curd
It very much depends on the dish, but if you have been cooking for a while, you'd get an idea which of the above will suit your preparation best. And most importantly, present the dish well, it makes a lot of difference!

3 comments:

Micah - Coffee machine 28 April 2010 at 07:13  

There are times when you just can't make the best out of your cooking and these tips are definitely worth trying... getting the best flavor for dishes will surely earn lots of compliments!

James Reno 21 May 2010 at 05:23  

I just found your blog. Great tips. I'll have to make this a regular stop on my "surf"!

James Reno
Raw-Food-Repair

Anuradha Khanna Pentapalli 21 May 2010 at 10:44  

thanks micah and james... u both got good sites too...

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