Hot & Spicy Chicken Drumsticks Curry | How Not To Get Heartburn After Eating Indian Food

Hot & Spicy Chicken Drumsticks Curry | How Not To Get Heartburn After Eating Indian Food

Hot & Spicy Chicken Drumsticks Curry | How Not To Get Heartburn After Eating Indian Food | Delicious Chicken Curry | Why Not To Wash Chicken Before Cooking
Ingredients List:
5.5 lbs. Chicken Drumsticks –
1= Garlic Bulb –
1= Tbsp. Ginger –
4= Green Serrano Chillies –
2= Large Red Onion –

Secret Ingredient – not anymore…LOL.
1= Large Russet Potato (Boiled) –

¼ = Cup Olive Oil –
1= Tsp Cumin Seed –
1= Tsp Salt to taste –
½= Tsp Turmeric Powder –
1= Tsp Red Chilli Powder –
1= Tsp Coriander Powder –
1= Tsp Cumin Powder –
1= Tsp Curry Powder –
2= Cup Hot Water
1= Tsp Garam Masala –
1= Tsp Kasoori Methi –
1= Tsp Dried Mint –
2= Tbsp. Organic Tomato Ketchup –

masala dabba/spice box –

Cuisinart food processor –
kadai –
stainless turner Spatula –
measuring cups –
measuring spoons –
knife set –
stainless pot –
stainless strainer –

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*Disclaimer – Background Music “Alan Walker – Fade” (NCS Release)
**Disclaimer: All information is for educational purposes only and is the personal view of the author.
***Disclaimer: This Recipes to nourish is purely for informational and educational purposes only, not intended as medical advice, diagnosis or prescription. If you have any questions about food, diet, nutrition, natural remedies or holistic health then please do your own research and consult with your health care practitioner.
Washing Food: Does it Promote Food Safety?

Historically, we equate washing to cleanliness. We wash clothes, linens, cars, dishes, and ourselves. So, it is logical that many people believe meat and poultry can be made cleaner and safer by washing it. Is this true? Does washing meat, poultry, eggs, fruits, and vegetables make them safer to eat?

Washing Meat and Poultry
Washing raw poultry, beef, pork, lamb, or veal before cooking it is not recommended. Bacteria in raw meat and poultry juices can be spread to other foods, utensils, and surfaces. We call this cross-contamination.

Some consumers think they are removing bacteria and making their meat or poultry safe. However, some of the bacteria are so tightly attached that you could not remove them no matter how many times you washed. But there are other types of bacteria that can be easily washed off and splashed on the surfaces of your kitchen. Failure to clean these contaminated areas can lead to food-borne illness. Cooking (baking, broiling, boiling, and grilling) to the right temperature kills the bacteria, so washing food is not necessary.
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