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Am back with a Yummy Sweet Recipe for SNC Celebration - Mysore Pak

Hi Dears....

Back to my favorite world of Blogging after a long break because of my bro’s wedding, which happened on September month. Had a great lovely time for 3 months in shopping, invitation distribution, parties, wedding ceremony and Reception. Unfortunately my break continued all these months because of my leg injury which happened last month and still suffering :( Really missed my cooking and blogging all these days… Hopefully I should be back to normal in few days and start my regular cooking. Have to thank my mom and cousin sister who took great care of me all these days. I really feel blessed with the beautiful people around and have to thank few of my blogger friends too who encouraged me with their supportive words when I was down and completely lost. The one which I missed a lot all these days is SNC Challenge by divya pramil. Every 1st of month will be very interesting and excited to know our challenge recipe.. Time really flies and its been one year now…And am really very …

Curry Chicken and Rice - Taste and Create

Have you ever tried delicious chicken rice without tomato...ginger garlic paste..and only with 4 ingredients?
Yeah, I was shocked and amazed when I viewed this recipe from "sid's sea palm cooking" for Taste and Create. Very simple procedure to be followed but the taste and flavor was really awesome. Am really happy to be in part of this Taste and Create every month.
Here comes the yummy flavorful rice...

Ingredients :
500 gms Chicken, cut into pieces3 Onions, sliced1 Cup Rice, uncooked2 Cups Water2 Tbsp Curry powder ( I used chicken curry powder )Salt to taste1 Tbsp Butter1 Tbsp Olive oilMethod :
Heat oil and butter together in a pan and add the sliced onions.Fry it for a minute and add the chicken pieces.Cook till the chicken turns light brown color and add the curry powder.Saute for coulple of minutes and add rice followed by salt and water.Close the lid and simmer the flame for 15-20 minutes or until the rice gets cooked.Once done, switch off the flame and serve hot.Serv…

Tofu Aloo Paratha - Vegan Thursday

Tofu which is popularly known as bean curd is made of soy milk. Though it has a subtle flavor, it is rich in protein and very healthy. And nowadays people started replacing paneer with tofu because of its health benefits. It has its own flavor and lots of recipes can be prepared with this nutritious ingredient. 
Potatoes are  best known for its highly contained carbohydrates and adding it along with Tofu makes a meal very healthy and filling. 
Prepared this nutritious paratha for Vegan Thursday Event created by Priya Suresh from Priya's Versatile recipes and Am very happy to be one of the member. This is a lovely oppurtunity to try some healthier vegan recipes. 

Ingredients :

2 Cups Wheat Flour Salt to taste2 Tbsp OilWater to knead3 Big Potatoes, Boiled and Mashed1 Cup Tofu, gratedFew finely chopped coriander leaves1 Tsp Garam Masala1/2 Tsp Turmeric powder2 Green chillies, finely choppedSalt to taste
Method :

Mix Wheat flour, salt, oil and water in a bowl.Knead well and prepare a soft d…

Eggless Pancake - Taste and Create

My today's post is for Taste and Create group in which we are paired with a blog every month and we get an awesome opportunity to try their recipes. Like wise, I was paired with Veg Nation. Lovely  blog with lots n lots of mouthwatering yummy recipes. Totally confused with the selection of recipe and finally concluded my hunt with Eggless Pancake. I am a great fan of pancakes but never tried these Eggless version. Tried these pancakes and it tasted really very delicious. She has mentioned about these yummy ones with maple syrup but I served with honey and it worked well too. Thank you so much for the Taste n create team and veg nation:)

Click HERE for the original recipe.

Ingredients :

1 Cup All purpose flour / Maida2 Tsp Sugar2 Tsp Baking powder2 Tsp Cinnamon powder1 Cup Milk1 Tbsp Oil1 Tbsp Water3 Tbsp Melted Butter1 Tsp Vanilla Essence

Method :

Add all purpose flour, sugar, baking powder and cinnamon powder in a bowl.Now mix Milk, oil, water, melted butter and vanilla essence in a s…

Friday Chat With Bloggers - Shama From Easy2cookrecipes

My journey of Friday chats with bloggers started this January and happy to receive lots of love and response from everyone. It’s been really pleasure to have my blogger friend’s chat and recipe in my space. I love and respect each and everyone comments which they share about my blog and really working on it to improve mine by adding few more recipes…
And coming to my today’s guest…
Shama , a very energetic blogger and lovely mother of 2 beautiful kids from easy2cookrecipes. She entered into this beautiful blogging world at 2008 and her journey still continues with yummy, innovative and delicious recipes. I really wonder the time she spends with blogging along with her kids and of course that shows her passion in cooking. While surfing her space, I was really amazed with the loads of recipes hidden and felt like home with all traditional recipes. Her space looks very perfect with clear explanation and measurements.  I personally loved all her recipes and as usual listing my few most favo…

Dhokar Dalna - SNC Challenge

Being a south Team member in our SNC Challenge ( created by Divya Pramil ) got a lovely opportunity to try this delicious and traditional Bengali recipe. Have to thank Pinky from Esho Bosho Aahare for introducing such an excellent recipe. Very tasty and perfect with hot rice. Check out our North Team Challenge recipe Qubhani kameetha hosted by Roha from Hyderabadi Cuisine.

For Lentil Cakes :
1 Cup Channa Dal½ Cup Split yellow peas½ Cup Coconut, grated1 Tsp Ginger paste½ Tsp Hing1 Tsp Onion seeds / Kalonji2 Green chillies¼ Tsp Baking sodaSalt to taste½ Tsp Turmeric powder2 Tbsp OilOil for Frying
For Curry :
4 Potatoes, cubed1 Tomato, finely chopped3 Green chillies, slitted1 Tsp Red chilli powder1 Tbsp Garam masala powder1 Tsp Jeera Powder½ Tsp Turmeric powder¼ Cup Cashew and Raisin paste2 Cup Coconut Milk1/2Cup Coconut, Grated1 Tbsp Ginger paste¼ Tsp Hing2 Tsp Jeera / Cumin seeds1 Bay leafSalt to tasteOil
Method :
For Lentil cakes:
Soak channa dal and yellow split peas for 4-5 ho…

Bottle Gourd & Sprouts Curry

Ingredients: 1 Cup Bottle gourd, grated½ Cup Mixed Bean Sprouts1 Onion, Finely Chopped2 Tomatoes, Finely Chopped1 Tsp Chilli powder1 Tsp Coriander powder½ Tsp Jeera Powder¼ Tsp Turmeric powder½ Tsp Garam Masala powder1 Tbsp OilSalt to taste

Method: Heat oil in a pan and add the chopped onion.Sauté for couple of minutes and add the chopped tomatoes.Fry them together for 3-4 minutes or till tomatoes turns mushy or soft.Add Turmeric powder, chilli powder, garam masala powder, coriander powder and Jeera powder.Mix well and cook till the raw smell goes off.Now add the grated bottle gourd and mixed beans sprouts.Mix well and add water along with the salt.Cook for 5 minutes in a medium flame or till the gravy consistency occurs.Garnish with coriander leaves or curry leaves and remove from the flame.

Serving Options :
Serve hot with Rice or any Indian breads.

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Friday Chat With Bloggers - Linsy Patel From Home Cook Food

Hi all….

Sorry for the delayed Friday Chat Post.... Am travelling to my native and finding very difficult to connect internet so taking break for a week... Gonna miss u all and blogging :)

OK let us meet our today’s guest…. Linsy Patel from Home Cook Food in our blogging world!!!

Lovely blogger and known as kitchen queen in our blogging world has lots of unique and interesting recipes in her blog...  And also her blog filled with lots of awards... Congrats dear :) Simple, neat and perfect blog with clear explanation..

So ready to know more about her favorites....    
Before that let me share my favorite recipes of her...

Offlate I started craving vada pav and started eating almost every week with icecream.. . Hot and cold…yummy right :) And guess what.... the very first recipe I viewed in her space was vada pav.. What a timing :) Her recipe method is also very interesting..not like the regular one… Excited to know?? Click Vada pav…  

And her blog has few nutella recipes too like Nutel…