Eid Al-Adha Special Recipe For Kaleji

Eid Al-Adha Special Recipe For Kaleji

The absence of kaleji on Eid-ul-Adha makes the food on the table feel incomplete, but making delicious and hack-free kleji is also a skill that not everyone can master. Some people complain about the kaleji becoming hard or hacking, but today we are going to tell you how to make delicious soft kaleji without the smell.


Fry Kaleji:

How to wash clothes to avoid hake or unpleasant smell. Add 2 tablespoons of vinegar to a cup of water and soak the cucumber in it for 10 minutes, then rinse it well with water and put it in a sieve to drain the water. Another way to avoid hacking is to apply 2 teaspoons of garlic paste on the clematis leave it on for 10 minutes and then rinse thoroughly with water.

The first way to make:

Add good oil to a pan and fry the kaleji, when the herbs turn red, take them out of the oil, then add finely chopped onions, finely chopped tomatoes, green chilies, a spoonful of chaat masala, and lemon juice, and enjoy.

Another cooking method:

Mix half a spoonful of red chilies, a quarter of chopped chilies, a little turmeric, a spoonful of ground coriander, and a spoonful of chopped cumin seeds in a cup of curd and marinate the herbs for half an hour. Heat oil in a pan and add 4 whole black peppercorns, 2 cloves, and 2 large cardamoms (to remove the smell), then add one chopped onion. When the onion turns slightly brown, add a red tomato cut into it, when the tomato gets rotten, add the marinated kidney in curd and fry it well, the kidney will rot in the curd water. If the kalonji oil leaves, add salt to it, after cooking for 2 to 3 minutes, switch off the stove and add chopped green coriander, green chilies, and ginger on top.

Important Tip:

Always add salt to the kaleji after it is cooked, adding salt at the beginning will make the kaleji hard.

Let’s get ready without any hacks like Malay.

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