Fillings and toppings

Collection by Chandini Ghad

Creamy Chicken Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Creamy Chicken Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Heat 2 tbsp. butter fry onion till soft then add 2 tbsp. flour with 1 tsp. salt, 1 tsp. black pepper, 1 tsp. garam masala….add the milk, cook till thick, mix in the shredded chicken add chopped green chillies and coriander leaves, remove and cool completely. [...]Read More...

Spicy Chicken Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Spicy Chicken Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Heat the butter in a non-stick pan, add the onions and stir fry until they’re translucent. Do not brown them. Add the chopped capsicum and grated carrot, stir-fry for about 5mins until they start to soften. Add the raw chicken pieces and keep stirring until they start browning. Add the chillies, garlic, salt, cumin powder, [...]Read More...

Spicy Potato Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Spicy Potato Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Boil the potatoes, peel and mash whilst still warm (use good white potatoes for this to avoid stickiness) Heat a pan and add the butter, once heated add the rai/mustard seeds and chopped limro/curry leaves. Add the garlic paste and stir together. Then add the onions and fry until soft…don’t brown them. Now add the [...]Read More...

Pizza/Pasta Sauce | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Pizza/Pasta Sauce - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Blend the tomatoes, capsicum, chilli, onion and carrot with a bit of water until smooth. Heat a the oil in a pan, then add the garlic paste, followed by the tomato paste. Once that’s cooked for a couple of minutes, add the blended mixture and simmer. Add salt and sugar followed by a bit of tandoori [...]Read More...

Chicken & Potato Buns Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Chicken & Potato Buns Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Heat butter in a pan then add the chopped onion and stir-fry until soft and translucent. Add the shredded chicken and the potatoes, sprinkle a bit of salt and pepper, cumin powder, chopped chilli and coriander and the lemon. Mix together for a few minutes and switch off. Use as required. 🙂 [...]Read More...

Spring Roll Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Spring Roll Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

I normally make this filling in bulk, like 2 whole big cabbages at a time, so am trying hard to estimate a ‘reasonable’ amount for someone who wants to cook just enough for their family to consume right away. Therefore I can’t be sure how many rolls you will get out of this, but I [...]Read More...

Samosas Keema | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Samosas Keema - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Place your mince in a deep pan, add the ginger, garlic, chillies, salt, spices, half of the coriander and half of the lemon juice. Dry the mince on medium heat whilst stirring constantly to avoid it forming lumps. Make sure you dry it completely, if it sticks a little in the pan, that’s fine….it will [...]Read More...

Spicy Fish Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Spicy Fish Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Heat the butter/oil, add the onions and fry until translucent but not brown. Add the ginger and garlic pastes, fry for a few seconds, and then add the fish. Stir-fry on medium heat until the fish changes color slightly, then start breaking the fish apart using your spoon. Fish cooks very fast, so keep the [...]Read More...

Shawarma Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Shawarma Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Mix all the ingredients well, and then marinate the beef in it preferably overnight for the meat to tenderize. Skewer the meat on bbq sticks, and cook over a hot grill or using an oven broiler until tender. You can brush a bit of oil during the cooking process so that the meat doesn’t dry [...]Read More...

Steak & Onion Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Steak & Onion Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Boil the rump steak cubes in a pressure cooker with half tsp each of salt, garlic, ginger and black pepper powder until the meat is tender (about 35 mins or a bit more) Try to use just enough water to cook the meat, the less water used the better, because all the flavour is retained in the meat [...]Read More...

Veggie-Chicken Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Veggie-Chicken Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

The filling needs to be soft and not too lumpy, so what I do is, I use my processor to chop everything finely one at a time. If you don’t have a food processor, you can just grate the ingredients. Heat oil or butter, add onion and fry until translucent. Then add the capsicum, fry [...]Read More...

Spicy Keema Filling/Topping | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Spicy Keema Filling/Topping - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Marinate the minced meat with half tsp. ginger/garlic, some salt, turmeric powder, and the 2 tbsp. of yoghurt. Set aside for half an hour or so. Heat a pan and add butter. When it starts to sizzle, add the onions and let them fry whilst stirring until translucent. Add the remaining ginger and garlic, stir [...]Read More...

Steak and Capsicum Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Steak and Capsicum Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Marinate the steak in all the ingredients for about 4 hours to overnight. Put in pressure cooker, add 2 cups of water. Boil for about 25-30 minutes. Check that the steak is well done, if there is any excess water, dry the steak off completely. Adjust salt/chili according to taste. Shred and use! [...]Read More...

Peas & Potatoes Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Peas & Potatoes Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Boil, peel and mash the potatoes, leaving a few lumps (do not mash it until smooth) Half-boil the peas and set aside. Heat the butter, then add the cumin and fennel seeds. Let them splutter then add the limro leaves (chopped) and the spring onions. Fry for a couple of minutes, then add the ginger [...]Read More...

Potato & Keema Filling | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Potato & Keema Filling - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Boil, peel and mash the potatoes then add about a cup of cooked keema, some lemon, a bit of salt and chilli powder and a little chopped coriander. And your mixture is ready! 🙂 Here is my cooked Keema Recipe: Keema [...]Read More...

Bolognese Sauce | Fauzias Kitchen Fun

Bolognese Sauce - Fauzia’s Kitchen Fun

Heat the oil, then fry the onions until translucent, then add the ginger and garlic pastes. Fry for a minute, then add the mince and fry on high heat until brown and crumbly. Use a wooden spoon to break any lumps in the meat. Add the tomatoes, tomato paste, sugar and all the herbs and [...]Read More...