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  • An airtight pot in which food can be cooked quickly under steam pressure
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Rajma (Indian bean curry)
Rajma (Indian bean curry)
Ingredients Uncooked red kidney beans=====================1 tea cup full (soaked overnight) Onion======================================1 (medium size) Tomato=====================================3 Tomato ketchup===============================a few squirts Rajma masala===============================4 tsp (can be substiuted with garam masala 2 tsp + corriander powder 1 tsp + Red chili powder 1/2 tsp + dry mango powder / chaat masala 1/2 tsp) Garlic paste====================1 tsp Ginger paste====================1 tsp Onion=====================1 (large) Cloves=====================8 Cinnamon===================1 inch piece Cardamom=================8 Plain yougurt================1/2 teacup Vegetable oil================4 tbsp O¦ All these ingredients are available at any Indian store (some supermarkets e.g. Tescos also stock ingredients for Indian cooking now) Method 1. Soak the raw beans in water overnight (use lots of water as the beans would absorb it). Wash the beans 3-4 times in water before use. 2. Chop the onions finely. Puree the tomatoes in a blender. 3. Mix the beans with the onion and the ginger & garlic paste and sufficient water and cook until soft. If you are using a pressure cooker, cook under pressure for 20 min. If not, boil in a covered vessel for ~1 hour until the beans are soft and can be mashed with your fingers. 4. Heat the oil in a thick bottomed vessel and add in the cloves, cinnamon and cardamom and fry for ~10 seconds. 5. Add in the pureed tomatoes and fry for 2 min / until they are soft. Fry for 1 min. 6. Add in the rajma masala / substitute spices and mix. Fry for 2 min. 7. Stir the yougurt to a smooth consistency and add. Mix and fry for 3 min / until the mix regains its red colour. 8. Use a slotted spoon to remove the cooked beans from the pressure cooker without the water and add to the vessel and stir fry for 5 min. 9. Add salt to taste and a few squirts of tomato ketchup. 10. Add in the water in which the beans were cooked and boil for 5 min. 11. Serve with rice.
Gnocchi with Pork Shoulder Ragù
Gnocchi with Pork Shoulder Ragù
Potato gnocchi topped with a pork shoulder ragu made from scratch. Take 3ish slices of thick sliced slab bacon and dice. Render off the fat and crisp in a stockpot or pressure cooker (pressure cooker is much faster when it comes to the braising step), and reserve the bacon, keeping the fat in the pan. Take one med large pork shoulder trim off excess fat and cube. Season with salt, pepper, and dust lightly with flour. Sear in the bacon fat in batches getting a great golden brown color, being sure not to overcrowd the pan will make browning easier. Reserve the shoulder and remove the casing of and crumble 2 spicy italian sausages into the pot and brown. The key to these one pot dishes, I've found, is being sure to brown everything thoroughly, but also making sure that the brown bits on the bottom don't burn, those brown bits are what ties everything together. Reserve the browned sausage and sweat a finely diced medium onion and 4 minced cloves of garlic. Add about a tablespoon of tomato paste, heat through and deglaze with a half cup of a red wine, something fruity, not particularly tannic or acidic, dissolving the brown bits with a wooden spoon or a whisk. Add a couple of big cans of crushed tomatoes (San Marzano, preferably), two bay leaves, a dash of thyme, couple of cracks of black pepper, about a half tablespoon of oregano and all of the reserved meat. Bring up to a light boil and add salt. At this point you want to add enough salt so that it's not completely bland, but you don't want it to be "correctly" salted, you want it to be quite a bit under as water will evaporate as it cooks. If you did this in a stock pot, reduce to low and braise until the pork shoulder falls apart. If you did this in a pressure cooker, lid it, bring it up to pressure, and cook for about an hour. Salt and pepper to taste before serving. I used a pretty generic recipe for the gnocchi. You can probably use any recipe you find on epicurious or foodnetwork.

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