Tuesday, 1 April 2008

Kitten Tikka Masala

Ok, before I begin, I must say that this dish is not as cruel or unpractical as some may think. Read on and you will undertand how it makes sense.

The kitten meat was obtained from a fresh roadkill, with the permission of the owner. From her point of view, I have helped her dispose of the kitten. I must emphasise on the term "FRESH". It has to be fresh or else it could be contaminated and eventually become poisonous to eat. This way, it will be the same as preparing and eating a freshly slaughtered chicken.

Fortunately, this kitten was mostly intact, only the head was damaged, so I just skinned it and removed the innards and it looks like a clean carcass ready for cooking.
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I made sure I used a strong sauce, just in case the meat has unusual strong aromas. So, just a can of this rich Patak's sauce was adequate to coat the meat with a full spicy rich and tangy flavour.
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The resultant dish was delicious, tender and truly enjoyable!
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9 comments:

Terri @ A Daily Obsession said...

yummy! will u be cooking a tiger next April Fool's?

ling239 said...

street dogs on ur list too ? :p

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

to be honest i dont feel good after lookin at the cooked dish..somehow the onions look like clumps of blood and innards..

Tummythoz said...

Followed your advice and wow, even neighbour was blown away by how good her Persian tasted!

tigerfish said...

Really? Really? Is it a kitten? It sounds like chicken but I can't imagine having kitten tikka masala!!! OMG!

Anonymous said...

seriously???!!!

fatboybakes said...

really ah? you ate pussy? wow....
dunno la, somehow cat and crow is one meat i cant get myself to consider eating! but great use of roadkill though. waste not want not.

Lannae said...

LOL! April Fools day! LOL! You almost got me!

wmw said...

Too bad I miss this post when it was truly on April 1.