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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Cauliflower Green Peas curry

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Cauliflower Green  Peas curry:

I like cauliflower (gobi) very much and this curry goes very well with rotis, paranthas and chapatti. You won’t be able to resist this colorful and simply delicious recipe, and to enjoy this curry. The combination of onion, cumin, cashew and red chilly pwd puts a whole new twist on this protein packed dish. Try this recipe today…

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Tomato Veg Soup

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Tomato Veg Soup:
Tomato veg soup is a healthy appetizer to start a meal. The tomato is known as a Powerhouse of Nutrition since it is rich in vitamins (A, C & E) and minerals (calcium and iron) that act to support health. Recently, it has been proved that tomatoes are good for cancer prevention and good for liver health. Tomatoes acts a powerful antioxidant and has detoxification effect in our body.
Such nutritious vegetable tomato must be consumed daily and this is a easy and simple recipe to prepare and tastes excellent…Check out the recipe here…

Friday, February 26, 2010

Chicken Fried Rice

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Chicken Fried Rice is a tasty dish, that you can prepare at home easy and delicious, as it tastes in quality restaurant. It’s a popular choice both with kids and adults. You can make it as spicy or mild as you like, with the usage of fresh chilly. Everyone in my family loves this dish and this meal has become a regular at our house. I will give you my recipe here…

·         Basmati rice                            - 2 cup
·         Olive oil                                  - 2 tbsp
·         Soya sauce                              - small cup
·         Celery                                      - ½ cup
·         Onion                                      - 2
·         Ginger Garlic  grated              - 1 tbsp                                   
·         Green chilly                             - 2 or 3
·         Chopped carrot, beans            - ½  cup
·         Deboned chicken                    - ½ kg
·         White pepper pwd                  - 1 tbsp
·         Butter                                      - 2 tbsp
·         Eggs                                        - 2
·         Spring onion and coriander leaves
·         Salt to taste
1.      Wash and cook the basmati rice, until it is almost ¾ th done.
2.      Spread it in a large tray, add 2 tbsp olive oil, salt and soya sauce and mix well.
3.      Heat oil in a fry pan, sauté the celery, onion, garlic, ginger and green chilly.
4.      When the onion turns transculent, add the chicken pieces, white pepper pwd and sauté till it turns white.
5.      Add finely chopped carrot and beans, sauté well.
6.      Add 2 tbsp soya sauce, a pinch of salt and cook covered for 5 mins by adding little water.
7.      Melt butter in a skillet, add egg and cook until egg is slightly scrambled.
8.      Now add cooked rice to this and mix gently.
9.      Pour the chicken stock on top of the rice and mix well, to infuse the rice with the chicken taste.
10.  Make sure, all the chicken stock are absorbed by the rice and the rice is cooked completely (not overcooked)
11.  Now transfer boiled chicken, mix well and cover it for few mins.
12.  Garnish with spring onion and chopped coriander leaves. 
12.  Serve hot with hot mirchy tomato sauce. Enjoy..!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Ginger Cucumber Raita

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Ginger Cucumber Raita:

Ginger Cucumber Raita is a healthy and nutritious dish, ideal for summer months. As we all know ginger is a medicinal herb and regarded as a healing gift from God, and is commonly used to cleanse and warm the body. It is used in the treatment of cold & cough, joint pain, malaria and toothache.
Cucumber also has countless health benefits, it’s an excellent source of vit C, folic acid and potassium. The skin of the cucumber is rich in fibre content. And this nutritious dish together with ginger and cucumber provides the nutritional balance for our body and tastes awesome..Lets enjoy the recipe here…!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Spicy Chilly Chicken Gravy

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Spicy Chilly Chicken Gravy:

This recipe is quite simple to prepare at home and has an awesome hot and spicy taste. As the name suggest, the boneless chicken is cooked with lots of chilly and tastes yummy with lots of gravy. I just love to enjoy this dish with Roti and Naan. Here’s the recipe for you …Happy cooking…!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Hot and Spicy Masala Peanuts

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Hot and Spicy Masala Peanuts:

Hot and spicy masala peanuts make a delicious snack! They are so easy to roast at home. Peanuts are nutrient rich providing over 30 essential nutrients and phytonutrients. Peanuts are a good source of niacin, folate, fiber, magnesium, vitamin E, manganese and phosphorus. Its great for evening snack…Enjoy the recipe here…

Monday, February 15, 2010

Palak Moongdal Kuttu

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Palak Moongdal Kuttu:
Palak is the Indian term for the spinach a green leafy vegetable. Palak is known to have a lot of medicinal values and hence is an important vegetable in many of the households. And moongdal has high protein content, rich in calcium, Vitamin C, its popular for its medicinal and nutritional properties. So this recipe Palak Moongdal kuttu tastes great and easy to prepare this healthy tasty food…

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Pepper Plantain Roast

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Pepper Plantain Roast:
(Spicy Plantain Slices)

For tonight dinner, I prepared a tasty and simple recipe of plantain. Yummy…! It tastes great and I made a little discovery of Plantain and found it has high dietary fibre, starch and low sugar, salt and cholesterol content. It’s a rich source of vitamin B6, C, A which helps maintain vision, good skin, and build immunity against diseases. It is also rich in potassium, magnesium and phosphate. Here’s the recipe for you…

Friday, February 12, 2010

Milagu Kuzhambu

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Milagu Kuzhambu:

Milagu Kuzhambu is one of the South Indian delicacies and tastes awesome. Pepper (Milagu in Tamil) has more medicinal and nutritional value. It’s a good source of vitamin B and C and has high Potassium, Magnesium and Iron content required for body.
It acts as a heart and kidney stimulant. Just a single hot pepper has your entire daily value of Vitamin C.
You can learn here how to prepare Milagu Kuzhambu by easy step by step process…

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Wheat flour – Moongdal Murukku

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Wheat flour – Moongdal Murukku:

Moong dal is rich in proteins and good for health. The combination of wheat flour with moong dal gave a awesome, crispy n tasty Murukku. Check out the delectable recipe here…

Monday, February 08, 2010

Thalapakattu Biryani / Indian Biryani Recipes

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Thalapakattu Biryani:

Thalapakattu Biryani is a popular rice dish in India.  This is famous for its spicy taste, rich aroma and strong flavor. You’ll never forget the taste, once you’ve enjoyed this biryani. Here, I’m very happy to share this recipe with you…

Sunday, February 07, 2010

Banana Flower Vadai

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Vazhai Poo Vadai:  (Banana flower Vadai)
  Here’s a delectable, authentic recipe for you. Vazhai Poo Vadai is a traditional South Indian recipe. This dish is one of the most favorite tea time snack for most of us. This recipe is quite easy and serves as an excellent side dish for rice also. Its very good for stomach as Vazhai Poo is rich in fibre content.