It’s been sometime since I posted a recipe on the blog. Despite the flood of invitations to review different restaurants and food festivals, and my very own ventures into exploring restaurants across Mumbai, I’ve been desperately missing cooking and posting something exciting.
Plus, this month’s been so hectic, Ishaaq and I’ve found ourselves eating out more than in. So, yesterday, just as I was leaving work, I took a printout of this gorgeous recipe that I’d read on Kayotic Kitchen’s blog. Its of a simple Chicken Stroganoff. You basically need basic kitchen ingredients for this recipe and can whip it up in a good half an hour. So, Sunday brunch was the lovely, mellow, creamy Chicken Stroganoff with Lettuce Cups (which will be the next post).
So, Stroganoff is basically a traditional Russian dish made with strips of beef and a sauce made of sour cream. While I didn’t have any sour cream, I used some fresh cream and a little lime juice (not together, of course).
Here’s how the Stroganoff looked (yes, the photographer was in the house):