Semolina and raisins? These are Indian ‘laddu’ bites, you might think. But they are not. Our bites are patty-shaped, they’re not spherical like the ‘laddu’ cookies are. You’ll not find milk or ghee here, we’ve just used good old cottage cheese. Come and take a bite.
We’ll keep away from oil for this one, but you don’t have to. We’ll cook everything (meat and vegetables) together in a pan, then mash them. In 40 minutes, tops, all you’ll have to do it’ll be to spread this creamy mixture on your toast and eat it. Low-fat, low-carb, low-sodium, and low-calorie stuff.
Say “Hello!” to the chicken adobo, inspired to us by the Filipino cuisine. You can choose to marinate the chicken meat for an hour or for the whole night; it depends on how fast you want the adobo on your plate. You can also choose not to marinate it at all, but some flavor will be lost in this case. It’s up to you! And what better side dish for this piece of Asian cuisine, than cooked rice?