Saturday, February 28, 2015
Friday, February 27, 2015
Rajasthani cuisine is versatile in its own way and as a marwadi we have some family hailed dishes only those family inheritance will know. Every marwadi house is different and they have their own paternal side recipes which they follow. Like few days back I made korma roti which was liked by many is our family recipe in some marwadi family they use yellow moong dal for making the same roti . If you remember my friend sneha shared a recipe in my blog a event I hosted here in my blog. I had made these moongdi back then and now I make them often at home. This is one protein packed crispy roti perfect for travel as well and they taste yummy as is but if you want you can accompany pickle with it. Now moving on to the recipe..
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
I make dum aloo with baby potatoes every time but thought of making something healthy for snacks then this random idea of making baked potatoes came to my mind and I just tossed them and put in the oven to bake , we had baked potatoes in few our friends home H just loved them so I thought why not I make them for snacks and he really enjoyed this baked snack a lot. I cut the potatoes to half which was much crispier and yumm than the whole baby potatoes , so I recommend to half the baby potatoes. This snack is not quick but there nothing much to do its sure a hassel free , just toss it and bake it . These crisp and luscious snack is perfect for evening snack or as a side with meal. You can add which ever herb you may like ,I added parsley . Let move on to the recipe quickly
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Kara kuzhambu is my every time fav with hot steamy rice and papadam. My Masi makes awesome kara kozhambu and all the south indian dishes , when I was kid i used to spend my vacation in her home with my cousins. My Masi used make varieties of dishes for us at home right from puttu for breakfast to some south india soft idli's she is a great chef and my inspiration after my mom. I have learnt a lot from her, I remember once when we had a practical exam at school we were suppose to make some thing new than the usual in our menu so I made a complete south Indian Platter before day I asked for her vendakai kuzhambu and karuvepullai kuzhambu recipe but I made only vendakai kuzhambu , My mam just loved it and I scored gud in that practicals. So I just rewind my memories and this karuvepullai kuzhambu is my fav learn't from my masi. This is so healthy and yummy you can keep it for one day and the next day it tastes much better any kozhambu in that matter tastes much better the next day.My H love to eat curry leaves , he actually drinks curry leaves juice too so when I made this kuzhambu for him he just enjoyed it a lot. Now lets move to the recipe quickly.
Monday, February 23, 2015
I always look for eggless substitute and eggless version of any non veg food . I try to substitute and make it veg , I know it will not taste the same but it gives so much happiness that it is some what closer to the recipe made with egg isn't it. My H loves have toast in the morning with his milk as it is easy to gobble up fast and rush to office. I know most of the office goers are always in last minute rush no matter how soon they wake up and most end up making a toast , how about giving the usual toast a sweet twist which can be made in minutes and can be topped with fruits. Eggless french toast is one our fav breakfast dish I make them often and some times I even make them for evening snack time. It is so simple that any person can make them. I wanted to blog this for so long and am with this addictive sweet toast, French toast include egg traditionally but this eggless substitute makes it more yummier for vegetarians like me. I have already blogged Nutella stuffed french toast but still wanted to post this simple french toast recipe.. Lets move on to the recipe..
Sunday, February 22, 2015
There are many varieties of sambhar's made in south India , Some are made with veggies in it and some or not. I like all kind of sambhar made different method in south states , Like in kerala they grind coconut and added to sambhar, in andhra they roast and make a lentil with spice paste and add it the sambhar. I like all the sambhar varieties , some have mixed veggies, some can be prepared with single veggie just onion . Veggies which can be added to sambhar may depend on individuals taste for eg Bhindi, brinjal,drum stick, lima beans, carrot, beans, are some veggies and pulse (are only some) I use often in sambhar. Not to forget Mullangi is my all time fav in sambhar, I just love the flavor it gives in sambhar and I love them only in sambhar . My mom used have mooli as is with a meal like a onion slice , some people do eat Radish raw , I even can eat it but in salad form after giving the dressing for it ;). This sambhar is very simple , can be easily made by any one and taste yummy with steamed Rice and a poriyal or papadam as side.