Ingredients 800gms — Lamb mince 40gms — Onions 15gms — Ginger (chopped) 8 Cloves — Garlic (chopped) 1 tsp — Green chillies (chopped and deseeded) 2 1/2 tsp — Coriander (freshly chopped) 2 — Eggs 4 tbsp — Processed cheese (grated) 1 tsp — Anardana powder Less than 1 tsp — Black pepper 1/2 tsp — Mint powder 1/2 tsp — Green cardamom powder 1/2 tsp — Black cardamom powder 1/2 tsp — Cinnamon powder 1/2 tsp — Clove powder Teaspoon 1/4 tsp?— Nutmeg powder To Taste — Salt Ghee or oil (to fry) Method * Mince the lamb meat when it is chilled (at 8 degree Celsius) and keep aside * Mix all the above ingredients except eggs and processed cheese in a bowl * You could make your own dry roasted spice grounds to enhance flavours * Break the eggs into a bowl and whisk it so that it gets loosened up and can be easily mixed into the mince * Add all the ingredients together and then gently mix it all up * Shape the mince into small tikkis or patties and then rest them for a while * Warm a griddle or a tava Pour some ghee or oil into it and maintain a low flame * Place the tikkis one by one into the ghee and allow to cook on one side * Then turn them over once the side is golden brown in colour It should form a crust too * Once you turn it over wait patiently till the other side gets crusty and golden brown * Remove and place on a kitchen paper towel so that all the excess oil drains out * Serve hot NO BAKE CRANBERRY CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER BARS Want to whip up something easy yet delicious for desserts Try this No Bake Cranberry Chocolate Peanut Butter bars from the house of Del Monte Ingredients 1-1/2 cups — Milk Chocolate Chips 1 cup — Chunky Peanut Butter 1/2 cup — Honey 2 cups — Rice Krispies 1 cup — Del Monte Dried Cranberries Method * Line an 8” x 8” square baking pan with parchment and keep aside * Place the chocolate chips peanut butter and honey in a large glass mixing bowl * Microwave for 2 minutes at full power Remove from the microwave and stir until the chocolate has completely melted and everything is well combined * Gently stir in the cranberries Add the Rice krispies one cup at a time and mix until well combined * Spoon the mixture into the prepared baking pan and level the top using a spatula Refrigerate until firm at least two to four hours * Lift onto a cutting board using the overhanging pieces of the parchment Slice with a sharp knife and store chilled in the refrigerator for up to two weeks HIMACHAL APPLE AND POMEGRANATE CHAAT WITH MAPLE TAMARIND CHUTNEY Is your dad a health freak Serve him a tasty yet different Himachal apple and pomegranate chaat dish by chef Vicky Ratnani Ingredients 1 cup — Apple diced 1/2 cup — Pomegranate peeled 1 tsp — Spring onions chopped 1/2 cup — Potatoes boiled and cubed Salt and pepper to taste Coriander leaves chopped Chat Masala Chopped green chillies Big pinch — Red chilli powder Big pinch — Cumin powder Maple tamarind chutney 2 tbsp — Tamarind pulp 2 tbsp — Maple Syrup A pinch of black salt 1/2 tsp — Amchoor powder A pinch of cumin powder 1 tsp — Olive oil 1/2 tsp — Ginger minced 1/2 tsp — Green chilli minced 1 tbsp — Warm water Method * Toss all the ingredients in a bowl to mix well * Add the Maple Tamarind chutney and Serve garnished with chopped coriander leaves and fresh Mint leaves * Squeeze a dash of lemon juice last minute * Blend the ingredients for the chutney until smooth CRANBERRY NUT BRITTLES Make simple and nutritious Cranberry Nut Brittle bars from Del Monte to remind your dad that Father’s Day is no exception for eating right and healthy Ingredients 50gms — Del Monte Dried Cranberries 100gms — mixed nuts (walnuts almonds pistachios) 150gms — granulated sugar 30gms — butter 1 & 1/2 tbsp — water Method * Chop the nuts and mix with dried cranberries and reserve * Lightly grease a baking sheet (or thaali) and keep ready * Place sugar butter and water in a heavy bottom pan Simmer over low heat until the sugar begins to melt * Stir continuously for about 10 minutes until the sugar begins to turn light brown and melts completely Once it turns medium brown drop a tiny drop into a bowl of cold water * Test to see that it turns crisp immediately * Now quickly stir in a pinch of baking soda and turn in all the dry fruit and cranberries * Vigorously mix in to coat and then immediately turn out onto greased tray flattening rapidly with a flat metal spatula spoon or butter knife Be careful as the mixture will be very hot but will begin to harden into shape rapidly * Leave to cool and then break into pieces Note: If you like even pieces then mark the brittle with a butter knife or pizza cutter while still warm Break up once cool THYME GREEN MANGO RISOTTO DUMPLING Is your father an Italian cuisine lover Serve up Thyme Green Mango Risotto Dumplings from Fio Cookhouse to your daddy cool on his special day Ingredients 60gms — Risotto Rice 10gms — Chopped garlic 10gms — Chopped onion 10gms — Chopped celery 45ml — White wine 20gms — Green mango 60gms — Boiled Chickpea 10gms — Fresh red chillies 15gms — Fresh thyme 15gms — Garlic 15gms — Processed cheese 10gms — Mozzarella Cheese 15ml — Olive oil 45gms — Butter 10gms — Fresh cream 10gms — Pommery Mustard 2gms — Salt pepper 10gms — Parmesan Cheese 5gms — Lemon ring 10gms — Rocket Lettuce Method * In a sauce pan pour olive Oil and cook garlic onion celery well enough Slowly add the risotto rice to it along with white wine and warm water * Let the mixture simmer for about 10-15 minutes over slow heat stir it well with a wooden spoon to make sure risotto does not stick to the bottom of the pan * For the stuffing melt butter in a pan and add garlic onion thyme boiled chickpea green mango and fresh red chilly * Sauté till it becomes soft mix and add the cheese Remove from fire and divide into 3 equal portions * Add the green mango mixture over the flatten risotto mixture and roll into a ball shape * For the sauce place a pan over medium flame add butter and fresh cream and stir Add white wine and stir for another minute * Strain it and add pommery mixture * For the pasting steam the risotto for a minute divide into two and place in the pasta plate Then glaze it with pommery cheese sauce * Garnish with fresh red chillies and rocket lettuce and serve hot For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Updated: November 18 2017 12:06 am Dilip Kumar being introduced to East Bengal players during a Rovers Cup final Penguin Random House India Top News Book- Barefoot to boots: The many lives of Indian football Author- Novy Kapadia Publisher- Penguin Pages- 345 Price- 399 Hyderabad has unearthed some of Indian football’s biggest superstars But its contribution goes way beyond the football field If not for a local team from the city Delhi’s most famous eating joint might never have been discovered Football expert Novy Kapadia’s latest book Barefoot to boots: Many Lives of Indian Football is an eye-opener is many ways But it also surprises you with tales beyond the football pitch underlining the cultural influence the sport had before it went into a freefall Back in the day Karim’s was just another restaurant in Old Delhi that served Mughlai food and provided cheap basic accommodation for those who couldn’t afford a more luxurious stay in the capital — until it was made famous by Hyderabad City Police the erstwhile heavyweights of Indian football Since 1950 when they were in Delhi for the Durand Cup the team’s players stayed at the Karim Hotel due to its proximity to the Jama Masjid The fans flocked to interact with their heroes and while waiting for them they would order food from the restaurant “The reputation of its mouth-watering dishes spread far and wide by word of mouth… Creditably the owners of Karim Hotel acknowledge the role played by the Hyderabad City Police football team in popularising their restaurant” Kapadia writes adding that the former players of the team get 50 per cent discount even today As former India captain Baichung Bhutia says in his foreword Kapadia is “the grand old man of Indian football” As a fan journalist and commentator he has followed the sport for close to 60 years writing for multiple newspapers and appearing on television channels as an expert He belongs to the rare breed of followers who can remember the right back from India’s 1962 Asian Games squad and even the wingers from Bengaluru FC’s AFC Cup final last year Kapadia has experienced first-hand the heady days of the country’s dominance in Asia to the current dismal state where they struggle to qualify for the continental championships But this book isn’t a rant Instead it transports you back to a time in Indian football where the players were treasured and there was genuine passion for the local game It drips with nostalgia reminiscing about famous players matches and tournaments but also takes a pragmatic look at the current state of affairs My first meeting with Kapadia was on the upper tier of the Ambedkar Stadium where he sat under the harsh summer sun commentating on an under-16 boy’s match Even today Ambedkar — earlier called the Delhi Gate Stadium — has an old-world charm to it which Kapadia beautifully captures in his chapter on the capital once the hub of national football Kapadia recalls the celebrations that followed City Club’s remarkable victory over Indian Nationals in the Old Delhi derby of July 1964 City Club’s main man Aziz Qureishi “was given free glasses of milk by happy supporters for the rest of the year; for a fortnight after the match the team was invited for sumptuous daawats by delirious fans” There are personal stories of Kapadia attending Mohun Bagan’s Durand Cup quarterfinal against Bangalore’s Chief of Inspectorate Lines in 1965 hours after the death of his grandmother Kapadia snuck out without informing anyone but when the family got to know he had skipped the funeral for the match his father uncle and even the priest were curious to know if Bagan had won Through the 345 pages Kapadia marvels and mourns the rise and fall of the sport in traditional pockets such as Goa and Kerala through a series of anecdotes But at the same time this isn’t just a recollection about the good old days Indian football is going through an identity crisis like never before The brash in-your-face Indian Super League (ISL) has shaken the old established order and created what AIFF president Praful Patel called a “disruption” that has left the country without a proper domestic league The ISL de facto first division kicked off on Friday without East Bengal and Mohun Bagan who will continue to play in the I-League the federation-organised league that is kicked into oblivion Kapadia warns it would be “a catastrophe if these two clubs and therefore this derby match declines…Indian football with a downgraded or non-existent East Bengal or Mohun Bagan would be like Agra without the Taj Mahal” Such warnings alas have fallen on deaf ears In the last few years hundreds of players lost employment as the clubs stopped competing in major tournaments such as the Durand Cup while the once-glamorous Santosh Trophy has lost its relevance And even though the national team is steadily rising in international rankings India’s dream to reclaim its lost continental glory remains just that — a dream At a time when it is easy to be cynical about Indian football Kapadia’s infectious optimism leaves you with hope This book is a must-read especially since everyone including the federation seems hell-bent on erasing every last bit of football history For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Published: February 22 2017 8:51 pm This suggest a common origin and their present-day orbits could be the result of a past interaction with the hypothetical Planet Nine (Picture for representation source: NASA) Related News Encounter with a planet beyond Pluto — the so-called Planet Nine — millions of years ago might have separated and pushed a binary asteroid to their current orbits says a study These two distant objects starting as a pair orbiting one another became gradually separated in their orbits because they made an approach to a much more massive object at a particular moment in time according to the study published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Watch all our videos from Express Technology Making the first spectroscopic observations of the two distant objects — 2004 VN112 and 2013 RF98 — the scientists found that their orbits are almost identical and the poles of the orbits are separated by a very small angle This suggest a common origin and their present-day orbits could be the result of a past interaction with the hypothetical Planet Nine according to the team “The similar spectral gradients observed for the pair 2004 VN112 – 2013 RF98 suggests a common physical origin” explained first author of the paper Julia de Leon an astrophysicist at the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC) in Spain Also Read:New NASA video shows ‘landing’ on Pluto “We are proposing the possibility that they were previously a binary asteroid which became unbound during an encounter with a more massive object” de Leon said To validate this hypothesis the team performed thousands of numerical simulations to see how the poles of the orbits would separate as time went on The results of these simulations suggest that a possible Planet Nine with a mass of between 10 and 20 Earth masses orbiting the sun at a distance between 300 and 600 astronomical unit (AU) could have deviated the pair 2004 VN112 – 2013 RF98 around five and 10 million years ago One astronomical unit equals to approximately 150 million kilometres For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: July 5 2009 4:32 am Related News If Ludhiana Municipal Corporation records are to be believed; the water supply system in the city is as old as 100 years It came into being in 1908 Howevertodaya hundred years laterit is a different matter that people of the city feel unsafe when they gulp normal tap water down their throat Their fears are not baseless Over the yearsthe residents have been drinking water which is of potentially dangerous quality as it is extracted by over a 500-odd tubewells day in and day out from inside the soil thatas studies have provedcontains highly toxic substances While recent outbursts of residents over incidents of water contamination have raised the issue which has already assumed dangerous proportionsthe health experts are worried about the short-term and long-term repercussions of the consumption of poor quality of water The June 11 incident where the residents of Madhopuri alleged supply of contaminated water due to seepage may have been seen in isolation but residents from across the city complain of similar problems every now and then “Just a few days agowe were receiving sand particles in the water supply This did not only infuriate us but made us sit back and do some thinking how to save ourselves Besidesthe MC has not been taking the chlorination of tubewell water seriously” said Arvind Sharmaone of the three persons of Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar who took up the matter of chlorination with the Punjab State Human Rights Commission which has now intervened in the matter “The ground water is just not safe in the city That is why hordes of people suffer from diseases like gastroenteritistyphoidHepatitis A and E quite frequently We have found that there is a high presence of bacteria called Helicobacter pylori which causes increased acidity among the population here” said Dr HS Bindrasenior consultant gastroenterologist and head of the department at MD Oswal Cancer Hospital “Furthermorethe toxicity in water and food items washed with such water is high and can also lead to cancer besides DNA mutations” he saidhinting at the high levels of heavy metals – leadchromiumnickel and cadmium – in the groundwater sent into the soil through solid wastesewerage water and industrial waste which are all discharged through open sewer drains Besidesthe name of Buddha Nallah is sufficient to evoke an eerie feeling which one feels when around this highly toxic and polluted water body of the city The drain does not only exhale unbearable stench all the time but its waterwhich was once home to a numerous species of fishcontains quantities of leadchromium cadmium and nickel and as per a study by a PAU soil chemisttheir quantities are 21133280300 times higher than permissible limits Health experts also warn of lead poisoning due to industry pollution as some cases of the same have come to light in the city in which high lead quantity has been found in patients’ blood This affects nervous system and causes mental retardationexperts say Along the GT roadlarge amount of effluent from electroplating units seeping into ground water is a major problem while industrial waste discharge into Buddha Nallah is a big hurdle for the authorities Of 490 tubewells in the cityas many as 100 are shallow tubewells at a depth of 180 feet or above and the rest are 400 feet or above and it has been found that the water which is 100-feet deep and in an area of 1000 metre on both sides of the nallah is not fit fir drinking at all Nearly 40 villages along the Buddha Nullah are prone to water-borne diseases “Population density in the city is very high which puts pressure on the public authorities The age-old sewerage system is the cause of the ground water pollution as contamination occurs because the sewerage and water pipes are very old which allow seepage to take place Besidessome tubewells are functioning at shallow depth” said Dr SP Sharmacivil surgeon For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News In the last three months over 50 people have been killed by Maoists and some priced at 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