Perfection! Is it necessary?

This blog post is part of the weekly writing challenge over at The Daily Post.

 

What would a profession be that does not make you perfect? Perfection has found a top place in all the jobs that you can think of. Think of the culinary world, where everything has to be perfect right from taste to presentation. A perfect taste with perfect presentation of the food scores 10 on 10.

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Chefs works hard to achieve customer satisfaction and    give each one their taste of life. The passion for cooking and inventing new tastes is a key for a successful career as a chief. And working in team adds new ideas to invent taste and presentation like never before. Try to memorize the last time you ate a delicious food and you felt like appreciating the chef for his work, and the first thing you remember is the place where you had it. This taste becomes the trademark of the place and every time you think of eating out you give priority to that place. That is the outcome of the perfect taste and if this taste comes with proper presentation and  service, then you have achieved your goal.

In my view cooking is an art that requires persistence and the knowledge of all the flavors and above all the creative thought process to achieve a vision of perfect taste.

Spicy Chicken Pops

Hi Everyone. Today I tried a very delicious non-vegetarian dish. Any guesses, its spicy chicken fries, my all time favorite. So I thought of sharing it with all you foodie guys out there. Here it is,

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Ingredients:

15 pieces of Chicken

1tsp Ginger and Garlic paste

1tsp Red Chillie  Powder

1tsp Green Coriander Paste

1/4tsp Turmeric Power

4tsps Lemon Juice

1tsp Corn Flour

Salt to taste

Method:

Mix all the spices and make a paste using the lemon juice and salt. Apply the mixture to the chicken pieces and set it aside for half an hour. Add the corn flour to the chicken and mix well.  Heat oil in a pan. Now deep fry the chicken pieces until golden brown and crisp. Serve the chicken pops with red onion slices or with red chutney. TASTE it and you would ask for more.