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Cumin and Coriander Lamb Ravioli with Garlic, Onion and Mint Raita
Home made pasta with a filling of minced lamb, freshly ground cumin and coriander
Ravioli (perhaps a diminutive of Italian dialectal rava, or turnip) is a type of filled pasta composed of a filling sealed between two layers of thin pasta dough. The word ravioli is reminiscent of the Italian verb ravvolgere ("to wrap"), though the two words are not etymologically connected.
Though the dish is of Italian origin, the oldest known recipe is an Anglo-Norman vellum manuscript from the 1290s. Sicilian ravioli and Malta's "ravjul" (the Maltese word for ravioli) may thus be older than North Italian ones.
Similar foods in other cultures include the Chinese jiaozi or wonton – in fact, ravioli and tortellini are collectively referred to as "Italian jiaozi" (????) or "Italian wonton" (?????)) – Eastern and central European pierogi, the Russian pelmeni, the Ukrainian varenyky, the Tibetan momo, the Turkish mant?, German Maultaschen, and Jewish kreplach. In Lebanon, a similar dish called shish barak (shishbarak) contains pasta filled with minced beef meat and cooked in hot yogurt.
Home made raita – yogurt mixed with finely chopped onion, mint and garlic
Raita or pachadi is a South Asian/Indian condiment based on yogurt (dahi) and used as a sauce or dip. The yogurt is seasoned with coriander (cilantro), cumin, mint, cayenne pepper, and other herbs and spices. Vegetables such as cucumber and onions are mixed in. The mixture is served chilled. Raita has a cooling effect on the palate which makes it a good foil for spicy Indian dishes.
[Hindi rayta, from Sanskrit *rajikatiktaka?, mustard pickle : rajika, black mustard (probably from raji?, streak, line, from ?jyati, he stretches out) + tiktaka-, bitter (from tikta-, past participle of tejate, it is sharp).]
singaporean south indian home-cooking
this is as basic as you will get with Singaporean South Indian home-cooked food -- the vegetable accompaniment to the rice and curry is often made Chinese-style and not done-to-death as a lot of the South Indian vegetable dishes are...There are several great South Indian vegetarian recipes which can be adapted and prepared in a healthier way, though ... (e.g. don't use ghee, don't overdo the fat, don't overcook, cook sauces separately... but retain flavours etc...)
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