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3 Fast-Fix Supper Recipes That Can Be Cooked In 30 Minutes (Or Less)
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3 Fast-Fix Supper Recipes That Can Be Cooked In 30 Minutes (Or Less)

After a long hectic day, other than a good night sleep what else we crave for is dinner; a tasty, home-cooked delicious meal with family or friends. But by the time we reach home, we are so tired that we either skip dinner or order-in from the nearby restaurant. We ask, why opt for either of these, when you can cook a sumptuous meal for yourself (and others in family) in 30 minutes flat? And no, we aren't talking about insta noodles or meals here. We are talking about some delicious recipes, which are filling, tasty and healthy at the same time. Check'em out.


Goan Fish Fry with Curd Coriander Dip



Cooking and Preparation time: 25 minutes



Goan fish fry is a yummy treat that can be prepared quickly. Buy any medium-sized fish and cut half-inch thick slices. Just sprinkle some red chilli powder, turmeric, salt and a little bit of tamarind powder on the fish. Add a spoon of garlic paste and let it marinate for 10-15 minutes. While it marinates, make the curd coriander leave chutney. In a mixer, grind fresh coriander leaves along with two green chillies. Add this mixture to a cup of curd. Put salt as per taste and mix it well. Leave in fridge to cool for 10 minutes.



Now, in a bowl take some semolina (rava). Take the marinated fish, and dip it in the bowl of dry semolina to get an even coating of semolina on it. Now, take some oil in a pan to fry the fish. Serve it hot with the curd coriander leave chutney. This is an amazing no-carb dinner.



Masala Paneer Bhurji With Chapati



Cooking and Preparation time: 30 minutes



Take some finely chopped onions, capsicums and tomatoes. Heat some oil in a deep pan and saute the chopped veggies along with some green chillies for 10 minutes. Meanwhile make dough for chapati. After 10 minutes, make some space in the pan in the middle and add a small tea spoon of ghee. Put a little turmeric and half teaspoon of garam masala and mix it well with veggies for a minute. Then add crushed paneer to the mixture. Add salt to your liking and cook it for 10 minutes. Meanwhile make 2-3 chapatis (depending on your diet). Now enjoy masala paneer bhurji with chapatis.



Soya Biryani



Cooking and Preparation time: 30 minutes



Take one and half cup of rice, wash it and leave it for a while. Chop some vegetables like onions, tomatoes and capsicum. In a pressure cooker, heat two tablespoon of ghee. Add cinnamon sticks, bay leaves, cumin seeds, small cardamom, 2-3 cloves and stir it for a minute. Add veggies and stir for 5 minutes. Add two to three teaspoon of ginger garlic paste, a teaspoon of turmeric powder, red chilli powder, garam masala and salt as per your taste. Mix it well and let it cook for 5 minutes. Now soak some soya chunks in hot boiling water for five minutes. Mix these soya chunks to the veggies in the pressure cooker, add rice, put water as required and let it cook. Serve it hot with green salad. You can also add a few drops of lemon juice to the biryani to make it yummier.


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