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Cooking in space: whole red rice and turmeric chicken

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Cooking in space: whole red rice and turmeric chicken

ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti is currently living on board the International Space Station for her long duration mission Futura. Food is an important item in space, also on the psychological side; that's why astronauts are allowed a certain quantity of the so-called bonus food of their choice that reminds them of their home cooking tastes. We asked Samantha to show us how she manages to cook one of her bonus food recipes in microgravity: whole red rice with peas and chicken turmeric.

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Astronaut Chris Hadfield and Chef Traci Des Jardins Make a Space Burrito

Keeping in mind the challenge of mixing food ingredients in micro-gravity, chef Traci Des Jardins concocts a recipe for spicing up astronaut Chris Hadfield's meals on board the International Space Station. Commander Hadfield also shares with Jamie and Adam the foods he misses most after spending six months in space.

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Honey in space

2019-05-14 - CSA astronaut David Saint-Jacques takes advantage of microgravity in space to play with honey. (Credits: Canadian Space Agency, NASA)

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Chris Hadfield's Space Kitchen

2013-02-18 - Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield shows us his kitchen in space and prepares a 0-g treat. Free-floating food-eating ensues, complete with a tumbling tortilla.

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You can't just pop to the supermarket when you're on-board the ISS. So how do astronauts get their food and what do they eat?

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RESTAURANT STYLE CHICKEN GRAVY | CHICKEN GRAVY RECIPE | CHICKEN RECIPE

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Ingredients for Restaurant Style Chicken Gravy:

- Chicken, curry cut pieces with bones- 500 gms
- Onions, chopped- 2 medium
- Ginger Garlic paste- 2 tsp

Cashew-Red Chilli-Tomato paste:
- Cashew nuts- 10
- Whole red chillies- 5-6
- Red ripe tomatoes-2 medium

Powders:
- Turmeric powder- 1/2 tsp
- Red Chilli Powder- 1 tsp
- Coriander powder- 2 tsp
- Garam Masala Powder- 1/2 tsp (Link to our Garam Masala Recipe:
- Kasuri Methi (Fenugreek Leaves)- 1 tsp (roasted and crushed)

- Oil- 4 tbsp
- Salt- 1 tsp

Preparation:

- Chop the onions and quarter the 2 red tomatoes
- Dry roast the cashew nuts and the red chillies in a pan on low heat for 2-3 mins. Set aside to cool. Coarse grind first and then add the quartered tomatoes. Continue to blend it into a smooth paste.
- Dry roast the fenugreek leaves in a pan, allow it to cool and then crush lightly with your hand.

Process:

- Heat oil in a pan/kadai.
- Add the chopped onions and fry on medium heat for 5-6 mins till translucent.
- Now add the Ginger garlic paste and fry for 2 mins on low heat.
- Add turmeric, red chilli and coriander powders and mix it well. Fry it on low heat for 2-3 mins after adding a splash of water.
- Now add the chicken pieces, mix well and fry it on medium heat for 5-6 mins till the chicken is browned well.
- Add the salt and mix it well.
- Now add the cashew-red chilli-tomato paste, mix well and fry for 5-6 mins on medium heat till oil separates.
- Add the Garam Masala Powder, mix and cook for 1 min.
- Add 200 ml water, mix and cover & cook for 15 mins.
- Remove the lid and add Kasuri Methi, mix and simmer for around 2 minutes.
- Serve with chapati or rice.



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Kolkata and Chennai | Rick Stein's India | BBC Documentary

Rick Stein begins his Indian journey by exploring the regions that began Britain's love affair with curry - Bengal and Tamil Nadu. Exploring the eating habits of these cities is the start of a fascinating trip for Rick, who is inspired to cook dishes like prawns in coconut milk and his mum's version of British Raj curry.

First aired: 2013

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How do Astronauts drink In Space? Life in Orbit

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The forth episode of the A Year In Space project is about space food. How cosmonauts salt to any dish, make soup and drink lemonade or tea in zero gravity. We will show you how food is cooked for the ISS, and reveal some of the secrets of cooking space bread. You will see the sunset from the space station and a device by which the space station was constructed in space.

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In March 2015, American Astronaut Scott Kelly, and Russian Cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Gennady Padalka began collaborative investigations on the International Space Station (ISS). Due to its length, it is a record setting voyage during the whole ISS history. The One-Year Mission focused on several categories of research. These investigations yielded beneficial knowledge on the medical, psychological and biomedical challenges faced by space explorers during long-duration spaceflight.
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Chris' Kitchen: Dessert in Space

2013-04-29 - Commander Chris Hadfield shares an astronaut's dessert with us. On the menu is floating chocolate pudding cake and coffee—served extra hot!

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Simple Chicken Biryani | Restaurant Style Eid Special Biryani | The Bombay Chef – Varun Inamdar

Learn how to make mouthwatering and tempting Chicken Biryani at home with Chef Varun Inamdar

Biryani is prepared using fragrant rice, aromatic spices, and chicken. It is prepared in many ways and chef Varun Inamdar presents to you the delicious and the easiest one a Ramzan Special Biryani. So watch and learn how to make Chicken Biryani only on Get Curried

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Ingredients
For rice
300 gms basmati rice
2 litres water
Salt as required
2 tbsp ghee
1 tsp oil
1 bay leaf
2 green cardamom
1 black cardamom
1 inch cinnamon
8 black pepper corn
4 cloves
For chicken
3 tbsp oil
2 tsp ghee
2 no peeled potatoes
3 green cardamoms
1 black cardamom
4 cloves
1 inch cinnamon stick
1 bay leaf
Marination of chicken
600 gms chicken
Salt as required
1/2 tsp turmeric
1 tbsp chilli pwd
1 cup dahi
1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste
1 large onion (golden fry)
1/2 cup chopped tomatoes
Water as required
2 boiled eggs
Garnish
1 large onion (golden fry)
Mint leaves

Method
- In a pan heat oil then some ghee and once it heats well, add garam masala and peeled potatoes and cook until the potatoes turn golden brown

- Marinate the chicken by adding yogurt, ginger garlic paste, salt, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, fried onions and tomatoes mix it nicely.

- Add the marinated chicken into the pan and mix well, then add water.

- Cover it with a lid and cook on medium flame till its done

- In a pan add ghee and oil once it heats up add garam masala,lower the flame and add water and salt.

- Add the washed and soaked rice to the boiling water and let it cook on high flame. When it's 3/4th cooked drain the rice

- Place two boiled eggs and rice into the chicken and cover with lid on it and cook it on high flame for 8 minutes and low flame for 2 minutes

- Garnish it with fried onions, fresh mint and fresh onion.

- Chicken Biryani is ready to be served

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Producer: Rajjat A. Barjatya
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Whole red rice with turmeric chicken with Samantha and Stefano

Argotec chef Stefano Polato shows us one of the recipes included in the bonus space food that ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti has with her on board the International Space Station during her long-duration Futura mission: whole red rice, chicken and vegetables, with the spicy and gilded touch of turmeric.

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