Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Shankar Poli( Sweet biscuts)





You need:

Flour - 2 cups  (Maida)
iMilk - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 1/2 cup
Sesame seeds (til) - 2 tbsp.
Ghee - 4 tbsp.
Oil or Ghee for deep frying

METHOD :
1. Warm milk . Add ghee and sugar and stir till well dissolved.

2. Add this mixture to the flour and bind to a hard dough.

3. Add sesame seeds and knead well. Divide the dough into large balls.

4. Roll out on a board into thick rounds. Cut into small diamond shaped pieces.

(This can be done by cutting it horizontally into strips and then cut it across in a slanted fashion)

5. Deep fry in hot oil till light brown in color.





Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Bread Besan Bajji

Ingredients


4 Slices of bread
1 cup of channa dal
1 spoon chilli powder
1/4 spoon corriander powder
salt to taste.
Oil for frying.

Method


1. If you prefer onions you can put 1/2 onion cut into small pieces.


2. Make the paste of channa dal by adding some water and mix salt,


chilli, corriander powder and some corriander leaves for taste.


3. Cut the bread into four pieces and dip them in channa dal paste and


deep fry them in the oil till golden brown.


4.Serve them with some hot sauce or ketchep.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Here comes Deepavali

Another festival of Joy and Happiness.  With full of lights......................

Wish you all a happy deepavali

Friday, October 9, 2009

Mangalore Bajji


A very easy snack to make

You need:
  • Maida (All purpose flour) : 11/2 cups.
  • Onion Finely chopped: 1 onion.
  • Green chili: 1 Chopped.
  • Coriender leaves: 1/2 cup finely chopped.
  • Baking soda: pinch.
  • Salt for taste.
  • Water to mix and oil for frying.
How to make it:
  1. Take maida in a bowl and add all teh ingidents.
  2. Onion, green chili, andcoriender leaves.
  3. Baking soda and salt.
  4. Mix it well. Paste should be thick.
  5. Take oil in a kadai and add the paste in the spoon.
  6. Which turns into mangalore bajji.
  7. Serve it with chutney or ketchep.

Shavige Upma



You need :


  • Rice Sevai: 1 Pack


  • Chana dal: 1 tablespoon.


  • Turmeric powder.


  • Coriander leaves: Finely chopped.


  • Green chilis: 2 nos chopped.


  • Curry patta: few leaves.


  • Mustard 1/4 table spoon


  • Salt for taste


  • Cashew nuts 1/4 cup.


  • Lemon Juice 2 table spoons.


  • Grated coconut 1/4 cup.

How to make it:


  1. Boil water add savai and keep stirring it till the sevai is done.


  2. Drain water.


  3. Take oil in another kadai, add mustard, and chana dal.


  4. Once the dal turns little brown, add chili, curry patta, coriander leaves and turmeric powder.


  5. If one likes can add hing.


  6. Add cashew nuts.


  7. Once it is done add sevai and mix it well add lemon juice and garnish with grated coconut.




Gulpavate

Gulpavate
(Wheat flour and jaggery rounds)

This is a good food for kids and even elders when one is hungry you can give to children. You can keep it for a week.








You need:
Wheat flour: ½ kg
Jaggery : 2 cups
Cardamom powder: ¼ tea spoon.
Cashew nuts: ½ cup.

Method:
Fry wheat flour in a medium flame until it turns little brown.
In a kadai keep the jaggery to melt. Filter it if required.
Again keep in the flame where when you touch it should stick on the finger.
Mix cardamom powder to the wheat flour and pour the melt jaggery.
Mix it well. After it is little cool make it to any shape with hands.

Bhendi Fry- Ladies finger fry




Anyone would love to eat Bhendi fry with roties.



Ingredients:

Bhendi-Ladies finger: ½ kg cut into long pieces.
Onion :1 cut into long pieces.
Tomato : Finely chopped.
Ginger and garlic paste : ½ tea spoon.
Red chili powder : ½ tea spoon.
Turmeric powder : ½ tea spoon.
Jeera
Sanuf : ¼ table spoon.
Dry coconut : Little.
Salt for taste




Method:


Fry bhendi with little oil until bhendi is done.


Take little oil in a kadai, add jeera, sanuf, onion, tomato. After onion is done.


Add ginger garlic paste, red chilli powder, turmeric powder.


Add the fries bhendi to this and mix it well cook it for few min and then if u like you could add lemon juice also. Donot forget to add salt.


Finally, sprinkle little dry coconut grated on that and serve.













Thursday, October 8, 2009

Hey was away for couple of days

We had a trip to Singapore and it was really cool.............................

we were wondering that we will be able to have South Indian food in Singapore............we were surprised to have the same food what we have here............

Komalas a South Indian resturant where we really enjoyed pure veg food.....
Singapore is a beautiful city with growing economy any one would like to be there for more days.

We enjoyed a lot and then was the Star Cruise. Yummy desarts, varities of cakes, etc and the decipline. I was amazed to see that. One should go and enjoy it...........Will be back soon with more recepies..................

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