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Almond cookies tongue1.gif



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Mandrake
What a yommmmy game smile1.gif

SOHAN HALWA
desai2rn

Ans a high calorie game.

Aloo Paratha

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Aviyal
deewani
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ORANGE
Mandrake
Omlette Sandwich tongue1.gif
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Holige
Mandrake
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Holige




Woh kya hota hai? blink.gif

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QUOTE(pinky @ Jul 2 2007, 09:48 PM) *
Holige




Woh kya hota hai? blink.gif


A sweet like Puran poli..
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Idli
pinky
Idiyappam rolleyes.gif
HumTum
Murukku biggrin.gif
Reeth
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jiya45
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Reeth
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HEALTH FOOD Upma makes for a healthy and yummy breakfast

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Apples
hildebrand
Sardines
hildebrand
Sandwiches
simplefable
Samosa...........our own secret to Obesity. tongue1.gif
hildebrand
Appam .. I love them.
bawlachintu
Manchurian. A derivative under:

Papad-un-churian

Papad pieces mixd with Manchurian wink2.gif
hildebrand
Nargisi Kofte

when in the mood for something not so light.
simplefable
Ediyappam.. with fish curry. tongue1.gif

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hildebrand
Aiyyo Nuvvu Non-veg!

Yorkshire Pudding
simplefable

NO...am pure veggie..couldnt find a fitting colorful dish.. tongue1.gif Btw..yorkshire pudding is usually served with beef !

GINGER SNAPS

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Nimii
Semiya Payasam. laugh.gif

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(with recipe tongue1.gif )

Vermicelli(Semiya) - 1 measure
Milk - 6 measure
Ghee - 100 gm
Sugar - 1 meaure
Raisins(Onakka munthiri)
(fried in ghee)
Cashewnuts
(fried in ghee)
Cardamom(Elakka) powder - A pinch

1)Fry vemicelli in ghee, until golden brown and keep it aside.
2)Boil the milk.
3)Add fried vermicelli and cook for 8 - 10 mins.
4)Add sugar, fried raisins, fried cashewnuts and cardamom powder and mix well.
5)Boil for 2 - 3 mins.

Serve hot or chilled.
simplefable
Semia payasam?? Yummy... wub.gif wub.gif wub.gif

MASALA DOSA !!! laugh.gif

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recipe ? make idli batter and then convert into Dosa ! wink.gif
Nimii
Ayyyyyyoooooooo chutney!!!!!!!! Simplefable Yeh Kya Kardala Tumhe, Main Bhooki Rehegayi sad.gif

APPLE PIE wub.gif

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Love that cinnamon taste!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wub.gif
simplefable
Chutney ke bina...kya hai jeena?? laugh.gif

EGG ROLL


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RECIPE:

Ingredients:

2 eggs
1/2 cupful of tiny chopped corriander and fenugreek leaves
2 green chillies chopped fine OR green chillie paste . ( the fresh cut ones taste better)
1/2 tsp. ginger / garlic paste
1/4 teaspoon black / white crushed pepper corns or powdered pepper.
salt to taste
grated cheese ( optional )
2 thick left over chappaties or paranthas .
butter or oil for greasing.

Method:

Mix the ingridents in a bowl with a egg whisker or a fork . ( do not use a blender please )
Heat a frying and smear some oil or butter and pour in about 2 tbsps ( or half the amount of the mixed ingredients ).Swirl the frying pan to spread the mixture and let it get a bit set on ONE SIDE ONLY...
Next place one chappatti or parantha and press it down to seal the egg mixture on to it ( so that any runny mixture oozzes out and gets cooked. spread some more butter or oil on the roti or parantha and flip over and let it get done till it turns a bit crispy. Fold it in half and serve onto a dish with some Hot and Sweet tomato Ketchup. Easy instant egg roll ready. Make similiar roll with the rest of the mixture and paranthas.
Optional : you can add some left over shredded chicken or boiled veggies to the roll to make a wholesome and healthy meal .

enjoy!

Nimii
Is this recipe tested???????????? ohmy.gif OR you want us to be the first guinea pigs ?? tongue1.gif
simplefable
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Seen it done umpteen times..so selected something similar...havent given ingredients like beef or pork...tongue1.gif
read the disclaimer below:

Try at your own risk...the poster has no first hand experience of the after effects...any one who wants to sue will be disappointed. am just a fable. tongue1.gif
Nimii
QUOTE(simplefable @ Jul 8 2009, 11:02 AM) *
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Seen it done umpteen times..so selected something similar...havent given ingredients like beef or pork... tongue1.gif
read the disclaimer below:

Try at your own risk...the poster has no first hand experience of the after effects...any one who wants to sue will be disappointed. am just a fable. tongue1.gif


So you think Mister. So you think! mad.gif mad.gif mad.gif Wait till I cook it all and courier to you wherever you live. Is that Timbuctoo? laugh.gif
simplefable
No...i live in Neverland...not the one owned by MJ ! tongue1.gif
hildebrand
Photo looks quite good.
Hope the item is too. kab khila rahe ho?
simplefable
Hilde..when ever you want ! smile.gif
hildebrand
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Hilde..when ever you want ! smile.gif


You're On! When we meet. wink2.gif
hildebrand
Coming back to the business of the thread

LAPSI


Lapsi is a sweet and scrumptious Indian dish. Made of broken wheat pieces and ghee along with nuts, raisins and dry fruits, it is an easy to make and nutritious recipe.

Lapsi Recipe

Ingredients
1 cup Broken wheat
2 1/2 cups Hot water
2 tablespoon Almonds
3/4 cup Sugar
15 nos. Raisins
1 teaspoon Cardamom powder
3/4 cup Ghee
Method
Soak the raisins in 1/2 cup water and keep aside.
Heat ghee in a heavy bottomed pan, add the broken wheat. Saute on a high flame till it turns pinkish brown. Add hot water, partly cover and cook on a medium flame till most of the water has evaporated. Add more water if the wheat is not tender enough.
Once all the water has evaporated add the sugar, ghee and 1/2 cup water. Stir. Place a griddle or tava below the pan and cook on a low flame for 8-10 minutes. The lapsi is ready when the ghee starts oozing out from the sides of the pan.
Serve hot garnished with blanched almonds and pistachios.
Exon
QUOTE(hildebrand @ Jul 21 2009, 11:10 PM) *

Coming back to the business of the thread

LAPSI


Lapsi is a sweet and scrumptious Indian dish. Made of broken wheat pieces and ghee along with nuts, raisins and dry fruits, it is an easy to make and nutritious recipe.



HB,

Lapsi appears somewhat similar to South Indian Kesaribath.
Kesaribath is made from Basmati Rice or cracked Wheat. In addition, it contains Kesari (safron).

Exon
simplefable
never heard of Lapsi...have to try it once. if it doesnt work, i know where to send the remnants... tongue1.gif

IDLI....................softest and served with Thick chutney ! yummy... smile.gif


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hildebrand
QUOTE(Exon @ Jul 21 2009, 11:21 PM) *

QUOTE(hildebrand @ Jul 21 2009, 11:10 PM) *

Coming back to the business of the thread

LAPSI


Lapsi is a sweet and scrumptious Indian dish. Made of broken wheat pieces and ghee along with nuts, raisins and dry fruits, it is an easy to make and nutritious recipe.



HB,

Lapsi appears somewhat similar to South Indian Kesaribath.
Kesaribath is made from Basmati Rice or cracked Wheat. In addition, it contains Kesari (safron).

Exon


I love kesari bath but the one I've had is the rice variety (Its the only part of chow chow bath I like tongue1.gif).
Still, I feel, the amount of sugar in Lapsi shall probably be more than the Kesri Bath. Don't know about the consistency. But yes the similarity is there.
hildebrand
IRISH STEW

A great thing for the extremely cold weather. Keep it boiling. smile1.gif
simplefable
WADA....with chutney and sambar, they are sublime ! tongue1.gif

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Exon
ABHIBHAKRI (Konkani Utappa)

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Exon
ragam-tanam-pallavi
ICECREAM

yumscrum ! For a moment on the lip forever on the Hip
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madsur
QUOTE(simplefable @ Jul 21 2009, 02:16 PM) *

WADA....with chutney and sambar, they are sublime ! tongue1.gif

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SF,

I found the pictures irrestible.
Sitting here, I really longs for good snacks like this.

Thanks,
Suresh
madsur
QUOTE(simplefable @ Jul 21 2009, 01:52 PM) *

never heard of Lapsi...have to try it once. if it doesnt work, i know where to send the remnants... tongue1.gif

IDLI....................softest and served with Thick chutney ! yummy... smile.gif


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SF

These idlis seem to be of the pressure cooker kind.
I am sure that with thick chutney (my favorite too) they are sublimely tasty.

But, personally, I prefer the ones made in the traditional idli vessel (called 'idli paanai' in Tamil) with cloth to regulate the steam. I have always found it more spongy & fluffy, that, truly, melt in the mouth.
They are not so symmetrically finished, though.
My two pence worth of opinion, of course.

But, i am swamped by a wave of nostalgia, for home cooked idli, an absolute impossibility for me here.

Thanks & Regards,
Suresh

parag_sankla
QUOTE(hildebrand @ Jul 21 2009, 10:40 AM) *

Coming back to the business of the thread

LAPSI


Lapsi is a sweet and scrumptious Indian dish. Made of broken wheat pieces and ghee along with nuts, raisins and dry fruits, it is an easy to make and nutritious recipe.

Lapsi Recipe

Ingredients
1 cup Broken wheat
2 1/2 cups Hot water
2 tablespoon Almonds
3/4 cup Sugar
15 nos. Raisins
1 teaspoon Cardamom powder
3/4 cup Ghee
Method
Soak the raisins in 1/2 cup water and keep aside.
Heat ghee in a heavy bottomed pan, add the broken wheat. Saute on a high flame till it turns pinkish brown. Add hot water, partly cover and cook on a medium flame till most of the water has evaporated. Add more water if the wheat is not tender enough.
Once all the water has evaporated add the sugar, ghee and 1/2 cup water. Stir. Place a griddle or tava below the pan and cook on a low flame for 8-10 minutes. The lapsi is ready when the ghee starts oozing out from the sides of the pan.
Serve hot garnished with blanched almonds and pistachios.


Kya dish yaad dila dee yaar...

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simplefable
QUOTE(madsur @ Jul 22 2009, 04:55 AM) *

But, personally, I prefer the ones made in the traditional idli vessel (called 'idli paanai' in Tamil) with cloth to regulate the steam. I have always found it more spongy & fluffy, that, truly, melt in the mouth.
They are not so symmetrically finished, though.


Suresh, you are absolutely right. nothing beats those idlis made in Idli Paanai ! who wants symmetrical things as long as they taste heavenly...? smile.gif
Once i had this idli called Malligepoo Idli on the outskirts of Chennai...Highway hotel to be exact..It is more than a decade and i still remember how soft they were..The chef left there it seems, so never could have them again.. sad.gif
Dont you get those ready to cook Idli mix et. al ?? in Chile? smile.gif
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