Sunday, 22 March 2015
I have already posted one type of brinjal ( palya) in one of my previous blog posts and here is an another addition to the sauteed eggplant recipe. This exotic recipe is prepared by mixing ginger garlic paste and some spices and boiled along with eggplant. This palya goes on well with chapathi or roti.
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Wednesday, 11 March 2015
With the dawn of the mango season, most of our recipes are mango oriented and so this post is related to a chutney prepared out of raw mango. I have already posted a ripe mango chutney prepared without using coconut but in this recipe we have to grind the mangoes with some coconut, chillis and prepare a chutney which is an ideal combination along with urad dal dosa , neer dosa and it can be even eaten along with plain white rice.
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Friday, 6 March 2015
White chocolate mousse is one of the yummiest and sumptuous dessert to serve to your special guests on special occasions. In this recipe, we use white chocolate and whipping cream which gives a creamy and rich texture to the mousse. Above all, one has to forget the calorie count to enjoy this dessert because of its chocolaty ingredients, but once in a while consuming this fabulous dessert makes our life next to heaven.
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Wednesday, 4 March 2015
Bread dahi vada is an instant snack which can be served as a starter or an appetizer when you have surprise guests and satiate them in return for an applause.Unlike the dahi vada prepared out of lentil, where there is a process of soaking, grinding and then frying, here, no such laborious process is evolved. All you require is fresh bread and dahi ( curds ) and top it with spices to enjoy this cool snack.
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Wednesday, 25 February 2015
Halwas can be prepared using many vegetables and fruits and the most common well known halwa is the carrot halwa which is the favorite among many sweet lovers. One more addition to the halwas is a sweet prepared out of the vegetable bottleguard which is otherwise most commonly known as lauki or doodhi. This vegetable has a natural cooling effect qualities in it. You can prepare many varieties of curries out of this vegetable. In this recipe, bottlegourd is mixed with milk, sugar and clarified butter ( ghee ) which gives an exotic taste .
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