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Thursday, August 23, 2007

My Kitchen : HARA DHANIA (CORIANDER) KI CHUTANY (8th Serv)

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Friends,

Presenting herewith 2nd recipe in the category of CHUTNY..I think all of you would like it !!!

Things required : (for 1/2 Cup Chutny)

  1. A bunch of Fresh Coriander (Dhania) Leaves (Medium)
  2. 1/2 Lime
  3. 1 Green Chilli
  4. 1 tsp Cummin Powder
  5. 1/2 tsp Black Pepper Powder
  6. 1-2 Garlic Clove
  7. 1/4 tsp Salt
How to do? (Preparation) :

Wash the coriander leaves thoroughly, discarding roots and coarse lower stems and any wilted or discoloured leaves.Wash the green chilli and chop up roughly. Chop the garlic roughly. Wash the lime and clinch out the juice, about 1 tsp.

Method :

Put all elements together in the electric blender and give them a rapid rotating till throughly blended. Chill and serve it..Taste it...n...comment it!!

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02. My Kitchen : Baingan Masala (2nd Serv)
03. My Kitchen : Vej Karela (3rd Serv)
04. My Kitchen : Gobhi (Cabbage) & Kaju Vej (4th Serv)
05. My Kitchen : Carrot Salad (5th Serv)
06. My Kitchen : Spinach (Palak) & Saag (6th Serv)
07. My Kitchen : Dahi & Pudina ki Chatny (7th Serv)

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

MyKitchen : DAHI & PUDINA KI CHUTNY (7th Serv)

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Friends,

Not working on blogger from so many days due to routine work...

Now, presenting herewith, PUDINA CHUTNY which increase your taste at DINNER...

Things Required : (for 1 Cup Chutny)

  1. A Small bunch fresh mint leaves
  2. 1/4 tsp Red Chilli Powder
  3. 1/2 tsp Sugar
  4. 1/4 tsp Salt
  5. 1/2 Cup Creamy Curd
  6. 1/2 tsp Cumin Powder
How to do? (Preparation) :

Wash the mint thoroughly, discarding any drooped or discoloured leaves, clean the leaves off the roots.

Method :

Put all the elements in electric blender and give them a rapid rotating till throughly blended. Tingle before serving.

Now, Pudina Chutny is ready for serve...taste it...comment it !!!

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01. My Kitchen : Dum Aloo (1st Serv)
02. My Kitchen : Baingan Masala (2nd Serv)
03. My Kitchen : Vej Karela (3rd Serv)
04. My Kitchen : Gobhi (Cabbage) & Kaju Vej (4th Serv)
05. My Kitchen : Carrot Salad (5th Serv)
06. My Kitchen : Spinach (Palak) & Saag (6th Serv)

Monday, August 13, 2007

My Kitchen : SPINACH (PALAK) and SAAG (6th Serv)

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Dear Friends,


Yesterday, I have prepared spinach (PALAK & SAAG) !!!

Experiment (as a routine) done on my hubby...he could not told anything about it....after he had finish his dinner....he just replied "A-ONE"

....feels pleasure and good...coz I am struggling from 1hr to prepare this one.

Yes, preparations are....not so easy.....but HAPPY END always GOOD and PLEASANT !!!
Once your relatives (particularly your hubby) give good comments....you got VICTORY (feelings & inspirations)....which has no limit at all...

So, prepare it.....taste it....and of course....give your opinions.....

Things required : (for 3-4 persons)

  1. Spinach (PALAK) - 1 Kg
  2. Coriander Leaves - 250 gms
  3. Creamy Curd - 1/2 CUP
  4. Coriander Powder - 1/2 tsp
  5. Salt - 1/2 tsp
  6. Oil - 2 tbsp
  7. Red Chillies (Dried) - 2 to 3
  8. Cummin Seeds - 1 tsp
  9. Mustard Seeds - 1 tsp
How to do? (Preparation) :

First wash spinach (palak) nicely and drain it. Cut spinach and coriander leaves into pieces. Take creamy curd and move it rhythmically till it comes smooth and combined into one.

Method :

Put the coriander leaves and spinach (palak) together into a bigger pan or kadhai, without using any sort of oil. Arrange it on a low heat, so as they will gradually start to lose strength and discharge their moisture. Move it very slightly, and cook it till the leaves are sensitive.

Mix it in the coriander powder and salt, and move it very slightly over high heat till it reaches nearly dry stage. Put it into the creamy curd which had already done in preparation.

Take another pan, heat the oil (burning it if using mustard oil). Put red chillies and cook it on high heat till they are getting plump and in black colored. Get down the heat, and add the cummin and mustard seeds. Cover it till the spitting out (TADKA NOISE). Put all the contents of the pan into the spinach (palak), and move it slightly till it get well mixed.

Taste it....!!!

Wait for your hubby's comments....(no doubt it would be "A ONE" !!!)

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02. My Kitchen : Baingan Masala (2nd Serv)
03. My Kitchen : Vej Karela (3rd Serv)
04. My Kitchen : Gobhi (Cabbage) & Kaju Vej (4th Serv)
05. My Kitchen : Carrot Salad (5th Serv)

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

My Kitchen : CARROT SALAD (5th Serv)

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Dear Friends,

Its my 5th serving to all of you....!!! .... Take a test with DINNER.....!!!

Normally we have taken all SALAD recepies at DINNER time. Can you think...How our Home Dinner party graceful and tasteful....

Take a chance of it !!!!


Things required : (for 4-5 persons)
  1. Carrots medium sized - 3 to 4
  2. Mustard Seeds - 1 tsp
  3. Lime - 1/2
  4. Salt - 1/2 tsp
  5. Bland Oil - 1 tbsp
How to do? (Preparation) :

First wash the Carrots nicely and scratch it. Grate coarsely and pass in a bowl with salt. Clinch out the juice from the lime, only 1-2 tsp.

Method :

First heat the oil in a small kadhai or in frying pan (non-stick utensils preferred, if used) add the mustard seeds in kadhai or in frying pan and cover it fully till the spitting out subsides. Pour all scraped out carrots in kadhai or frying pan.

Now, just I put some additions for making RAITA :

shaking up with 1 cup creamy curd, beaten it till smooth (gravy) , into the salted carrot. Again, repeat above Method (i.e. "heat the oil in a small kadhai or in frying pan, add the mustard seeds in kadhai or in frying pan and cover it fully till the spitting out subsides" only) with mustard seeds (which is called BAGHAR) as above and omit the lime juice.

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01. My Kitchen : Dum Aloo (1st Serv)
02. My Kitchen : Baingan Masala (2nd Serv)
03. My Kitchen : Vej Karela (3rd Serv)
04. My Kitchen : Gobhi (Cabbage) & Kaju Vej (4th Serv)