Sunday, March 25, 2012

Mutton Liver Masala

Its late night and half of you must fell asleep. Tomorrow is Sunday and you had planned something special like Shopping, movie and lunch and could be a visit to near and dear ones. Good haan!
What if you are not going out, making lunch @home.
No have a chance to try Mutton Liver Masala, Vitamins rich food. :)
Enjoy Sunday, good night!

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Green Peas Tikki

S stand for sweet and G stand for green. :D  I am choosing G over S, because lately I have been posting sweets only, Need little break.
Hey, hold on I want to share something, Yesterday I received my parcel the Recipe book award from Anzzcafe, wonderful collection of recipes are here. I am not able to decide which will be the first to try...:D
anyway will see.
Come back to the recipe. I must say it is very simple kind of tikki and can be prepared in a jiffy, and if you are few of those lucky to have green peas in handy give it a try.  This is very Healthy and filling recipe. Mom like green peas a lot and this is one tikki she enjoyed without much worries of oily version.:)

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

French Butter Cookies / Breton Biscuits

French Butter Cookie or Breton Biscuit is a classic French cookie originating in Normandy France. 
Did you know the difference between Biscuits and cookies?
Answer is" In Britain it's mostly 'biscuits', in North America, it's mostly 'cookies'.”
Cool naa. :-)

Long back, I bookmarked recipe from Joy of Baking and varied temperature and measurements. These biscuits are sandy and mildly sweet, golden-edged. It's very simple kind of biscuit but it looks amazing...Isn't it?
Serve it early morning with the mug of coffee/tea.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Gulab Jamuns

This taste very different from gits gulab jamun packets, or any other ready-made powder packets, and I mean it.  Gulab jamun preparation needs time and patience.
Seriously it is. :-)
I never took effort to use gits packets, but when I Googled, found gulab jamun from scratch.  I come up with my own proportion and outcome is fabulous...


Milk powder2 1/2 cup
Refine flour2  cup 
Baking soda1/2 tsp
Ghee (cold)2 1/2 tbsp
Milk (cold)1/2 cup
Oil for frying
Sugar Syrup:

Water1 cup
Sugar2 cup
Cardamom powder1/2 tsp
  1. In a bowl, add milk powder, flour, baking soda and ghee.
  2. Rub it well, when it look like bread crumbs you are done. Let it rest for couple of minutes.
  3. Knead it well by adding small amount of milk to make smooth yet firm dough.
  4. Make small balls from dough.
  5. Heat oil and start frying dumpling on a medium heat till they turn in to golden brown.
  6. Meanwhile prepare sugar syrup, boil sugar, cardamom and water together. 
  7. Add fried dumpling in to hot syrup and let it cool at room temperature.

RS Notes :-)
  • I used Nestle milk powder and Britannia, both gives good result.
  • Oil Testing: Drop one ball in to hot oil. After they rise from the bottom, then you can slightly navigate it with your spatula in order to cook them evenly.

Friday, March 9, 2012


It's just a start of my blog and receiving E-Book from Induladies, participation awards and winning the event is encouraging me to keep continue my experiments. :-)
I'm thankful to Allah's blessing and prayed him "please let me sustain the success".
During my blogosphere I came across with many wonderful bloggers who is blogging for last so many years and with the same spirit, Hats off to you all.
Now the lady who's first event and giveaway was on theme of Valentine's day.
Perfect day and opened for any kind of recipe you want to serve to your loved ones.
So, no need to scratch up your head.
Anzz Ji had put lots of effort on making her first event memorable,received lots of entries.
And I'm inspired with her way of ending the event. What a lovely roundup, you must check her space.
Part #1 Part # 2 and Part # 3.

I'm glad to collect my participation award from her blog.

Moreover, I'm the winner of  Giveaway, so soon she will send me a Master Chef Pankaj Bhadouria book.
Desperately waiting for the book... :-)
Thanks a lot Mrs.Anzz for making my day and giving a book to the winner is great idea. Book will be everlasting memory for me.
 I login in the morning and didn't knew happiness is knocking my door. She told me about surprise and I did not know I'm the winner of Giveaway.
Thanks a lot people out there who is following me publically, invisible follower and my readers, without you it won't be possible.

And of course each member of my family...Love you all.:-)

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Green Grape and Almond Smoothie

Everyone has a chef inside him or her at least master at one or two dish.
It's my observation, Since I started blogging who ever meets me only talk about foods.:-)
Online friends, offline friends, relatives...WoW. I'm so obsessed with food, and it lead me to think to create something.
And that something is my new recipe "Green Grape and Almond Smoothie"
If someone offer me milkshake, smoothies whole day, I won't ask for food. They fill you up and quench your thirst.
Grape season and not a single recipe of grapes, not good na!
So here, it is For all the grape-a-holicks out there...ENJOY!

Green Grapes1 1/2 cup
Milk 100 ml
RoohAfza Syrup3 tsp
Vanilla Extract1/8 tsp

  1. Grind almond and make a smooth powder.
  2. Blend Almond, grapes, milk, vanilla extract, rooh afza syrup, and 3-4 cubes in a blender until frothy.
  3. Pour it in to glasses and sip it.

  RS Notes :-)
  • You can replace RoohAfza (Brand: Hamdard new Delhi) with Rose syrup. 
Sending it to Surabhi Nayak Event. 

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Russian Salad

Love does not see any boundary (hey, please don’t jump in to any conclusion "LOVE" is not about guy & girl. Other relationships do exist on earth…:-)”Family, friends, Humanity) likewise foods too dont have any boundaries. You cannot restrict yourself up to very limited dishes. We bloggers love to do experiment and experience either good or bad we share it here. Keep the good work and thanks to all for your support and feedback, so far. We blogger know how this feedback encourage and keep us going :-) Am I right my dear follower and readers? I am sure you too agree.
Coming to the recipe part it is an easy to follow recipe, but what makes it different?
The vibrant colour and mayonnaise makes it Yummmm Yummm!
Serve it with any kind of Biryani.

Potato (diced)2
Green Peas (boiled)1 cup
French Beans (chopped)  1/2 cup
Cabbage3 layers (whole)
Mayonnaise3 tsp
Black pepper1/2 tsp
Salt1/2 tsp

  1. Boiled potatoes, French beans and green peas.
  2. Wash cabbage, Chop carrot and keep them aside.
  3. In a bowl, add mayonnaise, salt and black pepper powder together.
  4. Strain water from boiled vegetables.
  5. Toss the vegetables with mayonnaise mixture and refrigerate them before serving.

  RS Notes :-)
  • If you don't want whole Cabbage layers, use coarsely chopped. 
  • I don't like boiled carrot, it's totally up to your taste.If you want to boil them too, just careful they do not loose their colours and crunchiness.
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