Social Icons

Pages

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

My Kitchen : GOBHI (CABBAGE) & KAJU VEG (4th Serv)

Image Source : http://images.google.co.in

Dear Friends....it's my 4th Serv for all of you !!!...take a test of it !!!

Things required : (for 3-4 persons)

1. Cabbage Half (around 500 gms)
2. Green Chillies - 2
3. Oil - 1 tbsp
4. Mustard Seeds - 1/2 tsp
5. Sprig Curry Leaves
6. Cashew Nuts (Broken) 1/2 Cup
7. Coconut Powder - 2 tsp
8. Urad Dal - 1 tsp
9. Salt - 1 tsp

How to do? (Preparation):

Remove the outer part of cabbage and cut it into small pieces. Cut the onion into small pieces. Wash the green chillies and finely cut it. Take washed curry leaves and clean them off the base.

Method:

Take the Kadhai on the gas, heat the oil in a kadhai, make burning it if mustard oil is used. Get down the heat, put it in the mustard seeds and cover it till the spitting out. Mix it in the urad dal and fry for a minute or up to the reddish colour occurred. Add it the onion, green chillies and cashew nuts. Again cover and cook it for 5 minutes till the onion gets soft and semitransparent. Add the curry leaves and fry it for a 10-20 seconds more.

Mix the cabbage, coconut powder, if you are going to use it, and salt, and put away together till the cabbage begins to sweat. Cover, and cook it on low heat for not more than 3 minutes.

More Delicious Servings :
01. My Kitchen : Dum Aloo (1st Serv)
02. My Kitchen : Baingan Masala (2nd Serv)
03. My Kitchen : Vej Karela (3rd Serv)

My Kitchen : VEG KARELA (3rd Serv)

Image source : http://images.google.co.in

Dear Friends....

Serving SWEET (???) KARELA for all of you !!!

Diabetic persons must test it (before cooking - they should test only Karela Juice or medium cooked Karela veg without MASALA)!!!...n...for others...it is to be proved a strength!!!

Things required: (for 2-3 persons)

  1. Karela 1/2 Kg
  2. 1/2 tsp + 1/2 tsp Salt
  3. Large Onion - 1
  4. Medium Tomato - 1
  5. Oil - 2 tbsp
  6. Cummin Seeds - 1 tsp
  7. Coriander Powder - 1 tsp
How to do ? (Preparation):

First wash the Karela, cut it into round shape and soak them with 1/2 tbsp salt. Rinse off well and drain it. Do small cuts of onion. Wash and make small pieces of tomato (if using).

Method:

Heat the oil. Bring down the heat, put cummin seeds, as they (cummin seeds) reach to golden & fragrant add the onion. Move it very slightly over high heat till the onion is reach to golden colour.

Get down the heat, add Karela and move slightly to mix. Sprinkle little amount of spice powder and mix it well. If you are using tomato, add it or if not 1/2 cup of water, move slightly again, cover and cook it till the Karela is crispy. Check for salt and add it if needed.

More Delicious Servings :
01. My Kitchen : Dum Aloo (1st Serv)
02. My Kitchen : Baingan Masala (2nd Serv)

My Kitchen : BAINGAN MASALA (2nd Serv)

Source Images : http://images.google.co.in

Dear Friends !!! It's my 2nd Serving to all of you !!! Have you test MASALEDAR BRINJAL / BAINGAN ever ? See the following preparation & method....try it at home and send your opinions ...

Things required : (for 3-4 persons)
  1. 1/2 Kg Small BRINJALS
  2. Fennel Powder 1 tsp
  3. Cummin Powder 1/2 1tsp
  4. Coriander Powder 1 tsp
  5. Turmeric Powder 1/2 tsp
  6. Garam Masala Powder 1/2 tsp
  7. Aamchur 1/2 tsp
  8. Salt 1 tsp
  9. Oil 3 tbsp
How to do it ? (Preparation for MASALEDAR BAINGAN)

First wash the Brinjals and leaving on the steams. Make 2 slices from the base almost up to the bow, in the shape of a cross, being careful to keep the sections connected.

Method:

Mix the spice powder and salt in a small bowl. Wipe a little of this masala inside every brinjal. To do the same, hold the brinjal so as to separate the sections slightly. Using the handle of teaspoon, adumbrate the masala into the chaps between the sections so that all the inner surfaces are slandered with it.

Heat the oil in a large enough kadhai, burning it if using mustard oil. Add the brinjals and shake-fry on high heat for a couple of minutes. Get down the heat, cover and cook for 15-20 minutes, turning from time to time, till the brinjals are tender. You have to remove them 2-3 time from the kadhai, as they get ready.

Have a fun with BRINJALS !!! Send your opinions to boost my experiences....

More Delicious Servings :
01. My Kitchen : Dum Aloo (1st Serv)

Sunday, July 22, 2007

My Kitchen : Dum Aloo (1st Serv)

Image Source : http://images.google.co.in

Dear Friends,

It's my first article on this BLOGLAND. I would like to share my KITCHEN EXPERIENCE with all of you !!!

Life is meant for enjoy !!! and prior to anything else....cooking is my hobby and happiness...and serving it to my hubby is my pleasure...here I am serving you my delicious recepies for you...Taste it !!!

Things Required : (for 3-4 persons)

  1. 12 small potatoes (near about HALF Kg)
  2. Curd ONE & HALF tbsp
  3. Ginger-Garlic Paste 1 tsp
  4. Turmeric Powder HALF tsp
  5. Coriander Powder 1 tsp
  6. Red Chilli Powder HALF tsp
  7. Black Paper Powder HALF tsp
  8. Garam Masala Powder HALF tsp
  9. Oil 2 tbsp
  10. Cummin Seeds HALF tsp
  11. Salt 1 tsp
How to prepare DUM ALOO

First wash and peel the potatoes. If you have large sizes potatoes cut it into equal sized pieces.

Take CURD in a large bowl and beat it till smooth and blended, add spice powders and ginger-garlic paste. Blend it well. Prick up the potatoes with fork, and add them to the curd-spice mixture, spoon up the mixture over them so that the potatoes are well coated.

Method :

First Heat the oil in a pan, burning it if using mustard oil. Put cummin seeds and fry it for a while till it get golden and fragrant.

Add the potatoes, and any extra curd mixture remaining in the bowl, cook it on high heat, stirring all the time till the masala dries and the oil separates.

Add HALF cup water and salt. Turn the heat to low, cover it tightly and cook till the potatoes are tender.

Test it-n-enjoy !!!

Disclosure Policy

This policy is valid from 22 July, 2007

This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. For questions about this blog, please contact debudeodhar at yahoo dot com.

This blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation.

The compensation received may influence the advertising content, topics or posts made in this blog. That content, advertising space or post may not always be identified as paid or sponsored content.

The owner(s) of this blog is compensated to provide opinion on various types of recipes, preparations, Indian, Chinese, Continental, Kitchen Tips, Kitchen Accessories, Kitchen Products, Products Reviews, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements, we always give our honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the bloggers' own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.