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Grilled Masala Fish/Masaledar Macchi

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Grilled Masala Fish/Masaledar Macchi
Can you imagine our electricity bill has shot up compared to the previous month.The heater is on 24 hours due to the bad weather.I have being baking and grilling too much recently and I decide to put a stop to the usage of the oven. Due to that I kept on complaining that I'm helpless without the oven and cannot prepare any new dishes.My hubby got so frustrated and surprise me with a new grilling pan two days ago. I was really speechless and gave my hubby a big hug. I have prepare this recipe using my new grilling pan.I have paried up this grilled fish with lemon rice..hmmm a mouth-watering dish and my hubby praised me for preparing a delicious grilled fish for lunch:)

Ingredients
Serving Size:4

1lb tilapia fillets
2tbsp paprika powder
1tbsp chillie powder
2tbsp fish masala powder
salt to taste
2tbsp lime juice
2tbsp olive oil
1/4 cup sliced onions
1/4 cup slice tomatoes
2 green chillies quartered
half lemon sliced
Preparation Methods:
Cut the fish fillet int…

Tortellini With Green Peas Pesto

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Tortellini With Green Peas Pesto
I got some organic green peas at Costco which was a good bargain. It was in the freezer for quite sometime and wasn't sure what I going to do them.Maybe I should make green peas masala and in the end I ended up preparing Tortellini with Green Peas Pesto. The natural sweetness of the peas makes a great addition to the pesto The vibrantly colored pesto made from peas and fresh herbs dresses up pasta and it was delicious:)

Ingredients
Serving Size:5

1 package cheese-filled tortellini
1/2 cup very fine chopped red onions
2tbsp pine nuts or walnuts
1 cup frozen peas
3 tbsp grated Parmesan cheese
2 cloves garlic, minced
1tsp lemon juice
1/2 cup chopped fresh basil
ground black pepper to taste
2tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
chopped parsley leaves
salt to taste

Preparation Methods:
In a pan over high heat, bring water to a boil; add ravioli. Stir occasionally until pasta is tender to bite, 4 to 6 minutes; drain and reserve some of the water.Bring a small saucepan of water …