Feb 14, 2018
Tired of having the same meal each week, or in need of an impressive dish for your upcoming party? Our properties are well versed in the local foods of various cities – we share four recipes curated by our in-house chefs from around the world to help shake up your meals and excite your guests.
Hailing from Lucknow in the north of India, Nalli Gosht is essentially lamb shanks stewed in spiced yoghurt curry. An exotic Nihari dish, the lamb shanks are cooked slowly to achieve tender, fall-off-the-bone meat.
Fraser Suites New Delhi Executive Sous Chef Kapil Rawat shares his recipe.
For spice paste
To serve, plate 2 lamb shanks and spoon about 350ml of gravy. Garnish with roasted shahi jeera.
In case you haven’t heard, laksa is one of Singapore’s most loved dishes. Consisting of noodles and meat or seafood in a spicy coconut soup, it has its roots in Peranakan cuisine, and variations can also be found in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
Don’t fret if you are watching your weight – simply swap the coconut milk with soy milk for a low-fat but equally delicious version that you can enjoy.
Chef Jeffrey Cheong from Capri by Fraser, Changi City / Singapore shows us how he does it.
A popular Middle Eastern dish, zucchinis or marrows are stuffed with stuffed with ingredients of choice and simmered in a tomato sauce. Also a favourite with the Egyptians, Mahshi is inexpensive to make, highly nutritious and also great as a vegan or vegetarian option if you skip the meat.
Check out Fraser Suites Doha’s version which pairs the stuffed veggies with seasoned lamb chops.
Perfect as a starter or even a light meal, vermicelli, pork, prawns and vegetables are wrapped in rice paper and served fresh with a dipping sauce on the side. Not only are they easy and quick to make, you can even spice things up at the dinner table by getting your family and friends to wrap their own rolls!
Simply prepare the ingredients as directed by this recipe from Capri by Fraser, Ho Chi Minh City / Vietnam and leave the rest to your guests.
Craving Chinese food instead? Check out how the Executive Chef of Fraser Suites Dalian is serving up seafood with a twist and try his simple recipe.