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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 favorite recipes of her….

Don’t miss her other recipes…..really very tempting…innovative…traditional and delicious….
Click HERE to enter into her beautiful foodie world.

Now over to shama….

Priya : Love to hear few words about you n your blog and who is your greatest support?
Shama : I am a happy homemaker with two adorable kids . My passion for cooking different flavours of food made me to write a food blog .My hubby is my greatest support .

Priya : Who is your favorite chef and what would you cook for them when you get a chance?
Shama : My Mother i my favourite chef and she loves masala dosai and Chicken biriyani .

Priya : Any 3 ingredients which you never miss in your cooking and your favorite gadget in kitchen.
Shama : Turmeric powder , Home made sambar/currry powder , Coriander leaves . My mixer grinder is my favourite gadget.

Priya : What’s your family’s most favorite recipe which you cook. Pls share with the link if you had posted in blog.
Shama : Chicken biriyani :

Priya : Can you share us about your first cooking experience and the recipe which you tried first?
Shama : Mixed Vegetable kurma :

I experimented this kurma exactly the next day , when my hubby and myself first met and our engagement date was fixed . My mom was busy with our engagement works including shopping , inviting relatives . My brother and myself was left alone , so that was my first day in kitchen . My brother had this with chapathi , he said good but less salt .

 Priya : Please share some kitchen tips or secrets of yours…
 Shama : Cook with love and passion...nothing goes wrong in cooking.

Priya : What do you like in my blog and please share your suggestions to improve mine.
Shama : Lovely space with yummy recipes.        

Guest Post Recipe – Sprouted Ragi Cookies


Plain flour -  1/2 cup
Ragi sprouts - 1/4 cup
Almonds - 20
Boiled milk - 1/4 cup
Cocoa powder - 1 tsp
Powdered sugar - 1 cup
Hudon Canola Oil - 3 tbsps
Baking powder - 1 tsp


1) Finely grind dried ragi sprouts and almonds in a blender.
2) Add this to maida and knead to a smooth dough with baking powder,cocoa powder,sugar and oil.
3) Once done , roll small balls of it...flatten it and place in a greased baking pan.
4) Bake at 180 deg.c for 20 minutes.
5) Allow it cool down for 5 minutes. 

Serve with a cup of hot tea / milk .


Thank you so much Shama for spending your valuable time for sharing your favorites along with healthy and tasty cookies. Very healthy and perfect snack for kids and elders… Sounds very delicious too.

Friends…. Hope you all had a great time by knowing more about our friend Shama along with her visual treat.

Stay tuned to meet another interesting blogger….next week!!!

If you are interested to participate in my Friday chat with bloggers event….Just mail me at


  1. thank you priya...happy to be your guest here

  2. Nice to know about Shama n her cookies... Good going Priya

  3. Nice cookies with a different twist...thanks priya that's a lively chitchat

  4. Nice chit chat and healthy cookies...

  5. nice chit chat dearies :) beautiful twist..

  6. Delicious Yummy cookies Shama...
    Nice read about u...

  7. cute cookies,will try them very soon
    view our blog


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