Saturday, December 10, 2011

Egg less cake - Vanilla Flavor

Hi

I'm back with a bang after 2 months (i guess). This time i have come up with a real new surprise recipe...Bcoz i never thought i would try it and the output is real good. Now i've got confidence that i can BAKE ;-)

Ingredients
Butter 100 gms
Milkmaid 1 tin 400 gms
Maida 150 gms
Baking powder 1 teaspoon
Soda bicarbonate 1 teaspoon
Aerated soda 150 ml
Vanilla essence As required usually 1 teaspoon
Tutti Fruity & Cheries

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Baby corn & Capsicum Sabzi

Whooo..i'm back after a gap. Everytime i start my blog, write one or two posts and then disappear. This has happened twice. So when i take a break to my blogging i will eventually end up discontinuing. But this time i did not let that happen. Though i was very busy with my lovely kiddo's Birthday party and Ayush homam with so many relatives and friends visiting us, finally i made it today. All the hustle bustle went down and our lives became to normalcy only a few days before.

Today my FIL has bought a bunch of babycorn from the vendor. It's a surprise. Yeah! surprise and strange, because there are few veggies which are brought to home on my insistence for trying  new recipes. I will experiment on them and my family has to taste it inevitably. 

Sometimes i do not get them properly. Though the recipe has become shapeless and colorless, i always manage to get the taste right. 

Friday, September 2, 2011

Instant Poha (Atukulu / Avlakki) in 5 mins

Poha is one of my favorite foods. I just love the poha in any form be it a upma or roast or sweet (soaked in jaggery water, milk) etc., Especially this serves as instant short eat (for me) when nothing is ready. So here goes my recipe..


Ingredients
Paper Thin Poha 1 cup
Grated coconut Half cup
Half tea spoon salt
Half tea spoon Mirchi powder
Quarter tea spoon Sugar
4 teaspoons of milk

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Curry Powder - Koora podi alias Mirappodi

Curry Powder aka Mirappodi is one of the main ingredients used for making curries at my MIL's place. This powder is used as seasoning for curries like Aloo, Brinjal, Carrot, Beetroot, Capsicum, Drumstick, Ladies finger, Ridgegourd, Yam,  etc., We use this powder for almost all the vegetables. 
Let me tell you one fantastic thing about this powder. This powder comes in handy whenever i've no mood or no time to do Chutney for Idly, Dosa, Upma and even for Pongal. Take 4 Table spoons of this powder add a pinch of salt and mix it with Water, Curd, Oil or Ghee to prepare a paste. 2 mins of preparation and your side dish is ready.
So its a Miracle powder which you can use in almost any recipe to enhance the taste.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

An Inspiration

Since my childhood days i've been a voracious reader who read books, magazines, novels etc., In the process of growing up, i graduated myself from reading "in print" to "on the net". I always wanted to try my hand in creative writing but never succeeded. I was unsure of what to write and how to write, until i wrote this post. As this is my first post and says "An Inspiration" on the title, i should tell you how it started.