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... we just have to chill out, it's not a bad thing. I don't think we could have handled a third night of partying with Pranav and Jinal.
In the evening Pranav's parents arrived back from a wedding so we all had tea together, even Jane made it. It was lovely to meet and stay with such a welcoming Indian family. We had had a lovely ...
... on a large lot of land. Business is clearly going well for Pranav and his family considering the house includes a large gym, indoor cinema, walk in wardrobes in every room and a server room. He also pointed out where they are planning on building the swimming pool. As well as large showers in each ensuite bathroom there was also a screened outside area, so that they can take a rain shower. Pranav pointed out what would be our spare room when we next visited, even the ...
... issue because the fine is so small and the police can always be bribed. I asked Pranav if there was anything we should leave out from the blog, he laughed, "I don't get into trouble, I put people in trouble". We were in good hands, we certainly wouldn't be getting scammed! Pranav confessed that he is self obsessed and in love with himself. We laughed, he's a good guy!
Next stop, shisha.
Back home for change, (into our smartest ...
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13. Ensure chicken is thoroughly cooked (i.e. there are no pink bits when you cut into it)
14. Add the chicken, potatoes, and vegetables to each person's plate, and you're good to go
Riya and I decided that should we want to "Indian-ise" the dish. Chillies could be added at step 6, and other spices at step ...
... br> I was genuinely quite worried that the dish would be too bland, and so suggested that we cut up some chillies to have as a garnish, if there wasn't enough flavour. We decided to keep it English style though.
The food went down well. Riya plated up a portion to take round to her friend who taught her khichdi, and any of the neighbours who were in, were invited around to try "the English food".
When we were writing down the potato part of recipe, ...