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Food for Every Soul

Hello Helpers! Welcome back to another edition of Food for Every Soul by myself, Mayathefirst! In this series I interview people from the Help Force about their favorite and famous recipes. For this week’s recipe, I decided to interview one of our og Second in Commands and now HF Achiever and Designer: Scorp!

I started off by asking Scorp some questions about the recipe he decided to share with us today!

Welcome Scorp to our recipe series interview! Can you tell us what recipe you will talking about today?

Scorp: I will be talking about a Chocolate Coffee Recipe

Coffee and Chaos Boutique

Can you tell us why this recipe is important to you? Is it a family recipe, and is there any history or story behind it?

Scorp: It is indeed a family recipe, it has been in my family since two years and I came up with it using my own brain.

But here comes the best part, the recipe! (As explained by Scorp!)

  1. Finely chop three/four large onions, but not so fine that it starts getting juicy, you need the pieces to be solid so they cook properly.
  2. Finely chop three tomatoes, and one capsicum
  3. Take a frying pan with large sides, heat up the oil on medium flame, throw in two pinches of black mustard seeds once the oil is hot enough, let it sit in the oil for about 2 mins
  4. Banish the chopped onions into the oil, saute saute saute, high flame
  5. Around the time it starts turning yellowish, sentence the tomatoes and the capsicum to share the fate of the onions, back to medium flame
  6. Add a tablespoon of salt, three pinches of turmeric powder, half a tablespoon of “Garam Masala” (you can use chili powder too but it’s not as effective)
  7. If you have some ready-made mixes, use those, Shahi Paneer Mix, Tandoori Paneer Masala, etc., spices you can usually get in the market that are specifically targeted for making paneer
  8. Mix everything, keep distributing the mix evenly so the curry does not stick to the bottom of the pan. Start dicing the cottage cheese (paneer). We are still on medium flame
  9. Once the mixture starts looking reddish/brownish, gently introduce the dices to the curry. Distribute evenly among the curry with a gentle hand, you don’t want to disintegrate the paneer
  10. Take a lid, put half a cup of water on it, and keep it on the frying pan. Keep the pan on medium flame, and take the lid off when the water begins to boil.
  11. Stir the paneer again, make sure none of the masala or the curry is wasted stuck at the bottom of the pan. After about two mins, turn the heat off and serve. The paneer itself should look golden, the curry is usually red or brown by this time. Congratulations, you just made Paneer Masala (you can call it Paneer Burji if you could not stir the paneer without absolutely destroying it.

Easy Dhaba Style Paneer Masala Recipe + Video

Do you have any tips or tricks on making it or why people may like this recipe, or any memories from it?

Scorp: People will like this recipe if they’re not already brainwashed by Elp into liking his “specially sourced Pina Coladas”

Thank you Scorp for this very yummy recipe!

With that, we’ve reached the end of the post. I know you wanted to read more XD but I will be back next time with more fresh and delicious content. If anyone would like to share a recipe with us, DM me with your ideas!

Bon Appetit! <3

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