What to Cook This Week- Masalabox Special

What to Cook This Week- Masalabox Special

Wondering what to cook?

Welcome to Masalabox Special. If you’re new to Masalabox, it’s one of the best platforms for foodies to connect and relish the food experiences. We do all the work by curating the content of delicious ingredients and cooking instructions so that all you have to do is cook it!

We’ve got some fantastic dishes in our archives right now…We have listed the best five recipes from Masalabox, which we know you will love to try out this weekend.

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Patrani Macchi

This is a traditional Parsi recipe. It’s spicy green coconut chutney apply in fish, wrap in banana leaves and steam to cook to perfection. The result is a juicy and soft fish with a delicate flavour that is savoured with rice or chapati.

Chicken Cafreal

Chicken Cafreal is a Goan dish that is popular in restaurants and homes. It is a spicy chicken dish with coconut gravy and is usually served with rice and fried potatoes. The main ingredient for this recipe is chicken, but you can add other meats if you prefer.

The dish originated in Portuguese cuisine and was brought over by Indian traders from Goa. They settled there during the 16th century after being exiled from their homeland by the Portuguese colonizers.

In this recipe, we will use masala chicken cubes ,you can make using high-quality ingredients such as fresh herbs, natural spices and organic vegetables mixed to make an authentic taste of India without having to prepare your spice mix!

Kerala Beef Cutlet

Kerala Beef Cutlet is a spicy dish which is very popular in Kerala. It is made with beef and spices. The cutlet is served with rice and chips. It is a popular dish among the Malayalees.

In this recipe, we use all-purpose flour to coat the beef cutlets before frying them. You can also use cornflour or any other flour of your choice for coating the cutlets.

Shahi Gobi Pasanda

Shahi Gobi Pasanda is a delicious Indian dish with cauliflower and spices. It is served with rice or naan bread. This recipe is vegetarian, but if you want to add meat to it, you can use chicken instead of tofu in the recipe.

Virgin Pineapple Daiquiri

This is a great drink to make for a crowd of people because you can make it in big batches. All you need is pineapple juice, lime juice, rum and sugar. The pineapple juice and lime juice should be combined first before adding the rum and sugar. Then put everything into your blender and mix until smooth. Pour into glasses filled with ice cubes and garnish with mint leaves. Enjoy!

If you want to make this cocktail even more refreshing than it already is, try adding some mint leaves or cherries on top!


We hope you’ve enjoyed our recipes for the week. If you try any of these out, send us a picture on Facebook or Instagram and tag us. We’d love to see how your cooking goes!

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