As the food media dies down the food world grows larger. We still need professionals reporting on food but we dont need 100's of them to tell us how to eat anymore. The www is a hub for finding good food, you just dont need someone to find it for you anymore. Cookbooks are still valuable but you can find any recipe you need on the 'net. Today we try a few I found. I made some some homemade mango chutney recently after having a taste of an awesome batch up in Toronto. Since this was my first go around I made what seemed to be a pretty easy recipe.
Homemade Mango Chutney
I was really surprised by how good this turned out. It didn't last a week in my fridge due to the fact its such a versatile condiment. My main objective for its use was to make lamb burgers which I was doing but then someone on twitter suggested I try making bhel puri with it as well. So before I knew it I had plans for dinner.
Ingredients for Rak's Kitchen Bhel Puri recipe
What a great summertime snack! For the burgers I followed a recipe with ground lamb and mixed up a paste consisting of ginger, garlic and onion. I then spiced the meat/paste mixture with chilli powder, garam masala and cumin. Molded together with bread crumbs and an egg. Spread the Mango Chutney on top part of a toasted bun and then the grilled onions go on the patty. Serve with London Pub style steak sauce. Got all the ingredients but the lamb at Patel brothers on Devon where I also grabbed some tindora to roast with it. Had to have an order of channa masala from Ghareeb Nawaz too since I was so near. Good to be back grilling.
London Pub Style Mango Chutney Lamb Burger with Sensational Sides
See ya next time @chibbqking