Thank you for the Awards..!

Today, I wanna thank my dear blogger friend " Jay " of  tastyappetite  for sharing these 2 awards (Versatile Blogger Award and Hundred hearts award ) with me. Thanks a lot ,Jay..
Its really special for me since its my first award.Really honoured.

I wanna share this award with some of my new blogger friends whom I find inspiring and supportive.

Thank you Friends ..Lets together make a world of good food ..
Happy Blogging !!

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Egg Curry in Bell Pepper sauce

Bell pepper,Egg curry with Phulka
Egg Curry

Today's recipe is a very simple Egg Curry with a twist from usual recipes.
This one is the result of my experiment with bell pepper,eventually turned out very tasty.
Serve this thick delicious curry with Chapatti or Phulka (Puffed Indian bread)
Bell Peppers!!!They are packed with Vitamin A, C&B6 with a significant amount of folate in it.
Red bell pepper has lot more nutritive value than the green variety.
They are even considered as fat burning food, due to its high fiber content. There is no Fat, No Sodium, and No Cholesterol in Bell Peppers.
However, I don’t think the taste of bell pepper is appealing to the kids.
So today let’s make a curry sauce rich in all the above nutrients.
So shall we start?
Bell pepper-1 no medium sized
Onion-1 no medium sized
Powdered spices:Clove,cinnamon and fennel seeds.
Garlic paste-1tsp
Chopped Coriander-1/2 cup
Turmeric powder-1/4tsp
Chili powder-1-2tsp
Fenugreek powder-1/2 tsp
Coconut milk-2tbsp
Method of Preparation
1. First grind 1 raw, medium sized pepper into a paste.
2. Now make a paste from 1 raw onion.
3. Heat 2 tsp oil in a saucepan.
Add powdered Clove, Cinnamon & Fennel seeds.
4. Add 1 tsp Garlic paste.
5. Add in onion & capsicum paste. Mix and fry with Salt to taste.
6. Add turmeric powder, chilly powder, coriander powder and a pinch of Fenugreek powder.
7. Add 1/2 cup of chopped coriander leaves.
8. Add some water and 1 tsp sugar. Wait until oil separates.
9. Add enough water for thick gravy and boil it well.
10. Add boiled & peeled eggs.
11. Finally add in 2tbsp thick coconut milk.

Serve hot with Chapatti,Phulka or any Bread of your choice.

Sending this entry to an event  EP Series:Herbs and Spices @ Erivum Puliyum



Indian Puffed bread ,Phulka,Chapati

This is the daily bread in Indian houses as part of our dinner.

Method of Preparation
1. Make Chapatti dough with out Milk or oil. Add warm water to knead the wheat flour.
2. Cook them on hot dry griddle.
3. Now lift the chapatti from the griddle and roast on both sides over an open flame.
4. Serve hot with Egg Curry in Bell Pepper sauce or any curry of your choice

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Chocolate Nutty Cake

Egg less Cakes
This  is a very simple ,basic recipe for a good cake without butter or  eggs .

All purpose Flour- 1 -1/4 Cup
Cocoa Powder – ½ Cup
Baking Powder -1 tsp
Baking Soda – 1tsp
Salt- ¼ tsp
Whisk all these Ingredients Well with a fork.

Oil- ½ cup
Sugar -1 cup
Hot coffee – 2tbsp
Milk- As required
Cashew nut- 100g
Method Of preparation
Beat oil, sugar and coffee. Add in dry ingredients and incorporate well.
Now add milk to get a batter of dropping consistency. Finally mix in Cashews.
Bake at 170 degree for 30-35 minutes.
Chocolate Nutty Cake is ready!!!!

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Mutton /Lamb Masala

on September 05, 2011 in , ,
Mutton /Lamb Masala


Fry 1 cup Onion in 2 tsp oil until dark brown.

Marinate Mutton pieces (500 gm) with
½ Turmeric Powder,
2tsp Chilly powder,
1tbsp ginger Garlic paste,
Salt to taste,
1tbsp Coriander powder,
Mint leaves, Curryleaves,
½ cup Fried onions,
Pureed Tomato (1 big).

Keep refrigerated for 2-6 hrs.

Cook it with 4tbsp water in a Pressure cooker until well done.

Now transfer this to a wide pan and add ½ cup fried Onion, Mint leaves and make it dry on high flame  until oil starts appearing.

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