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  1. Veera


    I've been translating some recipes into English lately for a friend, so I decided that I would post some here too. Feel free to post some of your own too Dum aloo Things you will need: 20 small baby potatoes 1 tomato 1 cup of cubed onions 1tbsp sunflower oil 1 small bay leaf (or half of a big one) 10 cashews 1tsp chili powder 1tsp coriander powder 3tbsp plain cooking yogurt 1tsp ground cardamom 2 green chilies finely chopped 1tsp turmeric 3/4tbs garam masala (any style will work, but the kashmiri style is best for this) 1/4tbs kasuri methi salt as needed Olive oil as needed 2 ounces of chopped garlic 2 ounces of chopped ginger Preparation: Wash and skin the potatoes. If you're using large potatoes, cube them Boil the potatoes until soft (normally 3-5 mins) Grind your garlic and ginger into a paste, adding olive oil as needed. Grind your tomato, cashews and onions into a paste, adding olive oil as needed Making the food: Heat your sunflower oil in a pan, adding 2tbsp of garlic/ginger paste After it is sufficiently hot, add the tomato/onion paste mixing it with the garlic/ginger paste. Let it cook for 2 minutes, stirring regularly to prevent burning Add chili powder, turmeric, garam masala, and coriander powser stirring Add yogurt and stir for 2 minutes add 1/2 cup of water and potatoes, stirring it bring it to a light boil and let it go for 5 minutes At this point the gravy should be mildly thick, if it isn't boil for longer. If it is, lower heat and stir. Add your green chilies, ground cardamom, kasuri methi, and bay leaf and stir, keeping it warm but not quite boiling for 3 minutes. Turn it off and let it cool down. Salt as needed. eat. Salt as needed
  2. So the other day I saw a react video on YouTube and this got me thinking what if Phil expanded his gaming streams to include streams of himself eating a lot of food? It's gone pretty well for people in South Korea, they get paid 9 thousand per month just for streaming themselves eating food. I know there's DSP tries it, but sometimes I just can't get enough of watching Phil eat food, it's actually pretty enjoyable! And maybe it is because I don't eat much myself but I love watching him eat and I'm sure there's other people who would love to watch him eat more and pay him to eat food! Lol. Just a thought!
  3. So I recently discovered this fad, and I was thinking if Phil streamed himself eating food, I'd definitely watch him eat food. And not just short clips like DSP tries it but actual big meals. What does everyone think? Amazingly enough, people actually get paid a lot to do this.
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