Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Saijan ki phalli and Chana dal/Drumsticks with Split Bengal gram


South Indian Sambar would have no importance in absence of this simple drumstick that gives lots of taste to any dish.You can cook it as curry form or with some lentils.Drumstick(Saijan ki phalli)has many benefits to health.It relieves cold,builds health,and controls fatigue.

Let’s savor this drumsticks in my way…


Monday, September 15, 2014

Paneer Bhurji/Indian Cottage Cheese




Paneer bhurji and Egg bhuriji is a quick fix to our breakfast.Protein loaded this panner gives scrumptious taste to any dish.Paneer is my favourite and I’ve shared my favourite recipes here Paneer Tikka and Paneer Oats Kebabs.
Paneer and capsicum is the best combination I guess.Panner Bhurji requires scrambled paneer that is not pleasing to my eyes’ hence I have cut them in to cubes.For me dish is pleasing to eye is pleasing to stomach and undoubtedly this colourful bhurji is appealing to kid’s.




Friday, September 12, 2014

Ghee Cake





Ghee cake was my first ever-baked cake!!!
Ghee cake is taking me to memory lane how I first time touched the oven and browsing through the manual which has two,three recipe I got Plain vanilla cake recipe.To which I replaced the butter with ghee because ghee was abundance in my kitchen and I did not know that ghee cake also exist on this earth.:)It was the time when we used internet through cyber café only and Sanjeev Kapoor was the only chef we know. I only enter in to the kitchen when I feel to experiment and exactly when everyone is taking afternoon nap.This is the perfect time to create something and no one can disturb you.I do remember how I used dairy milk chocolates as topping on my cake.After a long-long time I baked this ghee cake and hurriedly took pictures to share it with you.
Would you like to see my first video recipe?I would appreciate your positive feedback's,hopefully you like it.Check the video at the end of the post or you can see it on this link.


Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Rikwach-Colocasia Leaves Fritter




It seems to me that our three basic needs,for food and security and love,are so mixed and mingled and entwined that we cannot straightly think of one without the others.So it happens that when I write of hunger,I am really writing about love and the hunger for it,and warmth and the love of it and the hunger for it…and then the warmth and richness and fine reality of hunger satisfied…and it is all one.” 
―M.F.K. Fisher,The Art of Eating:50th Anniversary Edition


While e-reading I found this quote,it stuck in my head and I’m sharing it here to re-read it whenever I browse my online food diary. Really, we are hungry for love,food,and security and we cannot deny it.

Now to the recipe during my childhood I feel creepy to see the layers fritter and never feel like eating it.While grow up scenario has changed I like to have it any time even in my dinners.I wonder how this simple leaves can gives you so much taste.

Colocasia are also called as elephant ears or taro leaves.Taro corms are also edible.This plant is cultivated in swamp area.



Tuesday, September 9, 2014

SaagPyta/Gram lentils with Spinach/Palak Chana Dal





Yesterday,I was talking about Saag Payta and fortunately,I got a chance to show you this dish.This time I remembered to add dil leaves.:)

SaagPyta” that is what I heard from people around me.It has Spinach,dil leaves and Bengal lentils(chana dal).This Palak chana dal is very easy to prepare and tasted too good with rice.You can have it as main meal in your lazy days or as side dish along with Paneer or fried Chicken.

Yes,yes I cooked saag pyta and custard in dessert and I was in hurry to click that I forget to keep rice plate here.Oops!Nowadays,I keep forgetting things.I need to have soaked almonds. ;)


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