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RECIPE:
Fine Accompaniment: Mumbai Salad


Chef Sanjay Patel gives a Chinese twist to a common tossed salad that will pique many a palate.


(Above): Mumbai Salad [SILICONEER photo]

Ingredients
  • 1 English cucumber
  • 2 Large Tomatoes
  • 1 large red onion
  • 2 medium size yellow onion
  • 3 tablespoon Hunan chilli sauce
  • 1½ tablespooon honey
  • 1 teaspoon sesame seeds
  • Cilantro for garnish
  • Salt to taste
  • Pepper

Method:

Coarsely chop the cucumber, tomato and onions and place in mixing bowl together. Then add the honey, chilli sauce and sesame seeds, salt, pepper and mix together well. Then cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for one hour.

When ready to serve just fold in cilantro and sprinkle little more sesame and serve with any fine meal or add to your sandwich as a pickle. Serves well as an accompaniment to any form of meal.

If you feel the heat of the chilli just reduce the chilli to 2 tablespoons and add a little more honey.


Sanjay Patel has a degree from the Culinary Institute in Birmingham, U.K., and is certified in food and hygiene. He was named 1996 Chef of the Year by Quality Cuisine, U.K. Patel is executive chef at Milan restaurant in Milpitas, Calif.



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