Try this Indi`Italian sparkling fusion of traditional Indian and Italian dishes from both sides of the pond.

People love food images, and the better your images, the more success your food blog is going to have. You don’t need expensive camera to take great pictures of your food, you just need to know few techniques and you’re good to go.



Here are few steps for better photographs.

Step 1

If you are new to photography, no worries try Fotofuze. With a couple of clicks your photos will change dramatically. And it’s free.

Step 2

Exposure compensation.

It’s a feature in your cameras that allows you to make a picture lighter (+) or darker (-) than the recommended exposure. Find a button on your camera, with a „+/-” icon. That’s the option when shooting low-light or high-contrast interior scenes.  Try with your camera and space, to see what works best for you.



Try this Indi`Italian sparkling fusion of traditional Indian and Italian dishes from both sides of the pond.

Tandoori chicken with pea and mint risotto.

Indian- Italian passion. Working 5 years on an Italian cruise line, it really influenced me in Italian cuisine. I love blending the savory traditions of one culture with delicious elements of another. Try this Indi`Italian sparkling fusion of traditional Indian and Italian dishes from both sides of the pond.

Pea and mint risotto
Ingredients
  • 1 small onion, finely chopped
  • 100g  risotto rice
  • 1 vegetable stock cube, with 450ml boiling water
  • 100g frozen peas
  • 2 tbsp chopped fresh mint
  • Butter
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • Parmesan

    Method

    1. Heat a large knob of butter in a pan and add the onion. Cook for 3 minutes then stir in the rice.
    2. Add a ladleful of stock and stir, until absorbed. Keep adding stock until right consistency. The rice should be cooked and tender.
    3. Stir in the peas and simmer for 2 minutes. Add mint and seasonings. If you like Parmesan cheese, sprinkle some more before serving.
Tandoori chicken

I have earler done a tandoori chicken and the ingredients used are the same except chicken breast minced with spices,  rolled and cooked (except the greek yogurt). Here is the attachment- Tandoori chicken.

Try this Indi`Italian sparkling fusion of traditional Indian and Italian dishes from both sides of the pond.

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