Muralee Thummarukudy, an internationally renowned expert in disaster response, is quite active on the social media; his posts often initiate healthy and meaningful debates on a variety of issues. In a recent Facebook post, Thummarukudy had appealed people to stop spending too much time on cooking.
However, his followers on social media were quick to jump in with comments and many had even asked him to post recipes of dishes that can be prepared in a jiffy. Now, the disaster response expert has posted an amazing recipe of Geneva special grilled salmon that can be cooked in just 10 minutes. Thummarukudy has also posted a picture of the dish, which sure looks drool worthy.
Thummarukudy had apparently uploaded the post on a flight from Dubai to Geneva. He says earlier he used to read or watch movies on flights as internet connections weren't available inside air planes while flying. However, times have changed and now most airlines provide high speed internet connectivity, which prompted Thummarukudy to have a little chat with his Facebook friends.
In his recent post titled 'A Thummarukudy recipe' Muralee reiterates his complaint that people waste too much time cooking food. He admits he was sure that his previous post would soon grab attention.
"My comment box soon got flooded and the post had garnered more than one thousand likes in under half an hour. Within an hour the news of it began to appear in the online news portals as well. It was then that the 'Collector Bro' had made his entry. He challenged me to post a recipe that can be cooked easily. I couldn't show them any instant cooking as I was flying at 40,000 ft. I tried to evade saying he should try it himself.
"However, the he wasn't ready to let it go. So, here I am, with a special recipe – Geneva style grilled salmon in white wine," wrote Muralee Thummarukudy. He has even dedicated this unique recipe for the 'collector bro' and his countless friends on Facebook.
Check out the incredibly easy recipe of Muralee Thummarukudy's special Geneva style grilled salmon in white wine.