Monthly Archives January 2014

Liebster Award

January 31, 2014 Awards  10 comments

Liebster Award – I haven’t even heard of this term before. Have you? Well if u are like me, a small introduction about the award would help. This award origins from Germany, the term “Liebster” means DEAREST and this is given to bloggers by other bloggers.

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Chana Masala – How to make Chole Masala

January 29, 2014 Dals/Gravies  No comments

Chana Masala or Chole Masala is a Punjabi side dish that is served with roti, naan, poori/bhaturas. It is made with chickpeas (garbanzo beans) in onion-tomato gravy along with spices. This is our family favourite and we like to have it even with dosa,rice & bread.. Do check my Rajma Masala recipe too.

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Homemade Veg Pizza – How to make Pizza at home

January 25, 2014 Kids BayPasta / Pizza Recipes  2 comments

Making Pizza at home was a longtime wish for me.. It’s my first attempt and it did turn out well 🙂 This homemade Veg Pizza is a pizza recipe from the scratch. The pizza base is without any yeast, so its a super quick and easy recipe . Doesn’t that sound good?

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Baby Potato Fry – Baby Potato Recipes

January 23, 2014 Bachelor Friendly RecipesDry SabjiKootu / Poriyal VarietiesNO Onion NO GarlicPotato Recipes  5 comments

Potato is everybody’s favourite in my family. This baby potato fry is an easy and tasty side dish. It goes well with rice, roti, poori & even bread. There are many methods of making baby potato fry and this is one among my ways of making it. Our all time favourite is this Baby Potato Roast made with sambar powder.

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Keerai Sambar – How to make Keerai Sambar

January 21, 2014 Kuzhambu Varieties  4 comments

Keerai Sambar is a simple and quick sambar variety for rice. I love all kinds of spinach/keerai. Its very healthy and a good source of iron. U can use any type of spinach including fresh methi leaves (Vendhaya Keerai).. All u need to do is to dump all the ingredients into a cooker and add some tempering and fried onions once its cooked. Keerai Sambar would be ready.

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Medhu Vadai – Ulundu Vadai- How to make Medhu Vadai

January 18, 2014 Diwali SnacksKarthigai Deepam RecipesNavaratri SpecialPillayar Chathurthi RecipesPongal RecipesSnacks / StartersTamil New Year Recipes  3 comments

Medhu Vadai – Ulundu Vadai is a traditional South Indian favourite recipe. A festive menu in South India definitely includes Medhu Vadai & payasam. It is crispy outside & soft inside. It not only goes well with a lunch menu but also with idli, pongal..

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Pizza Sauce – Pasta Sauce – How to make Pizza Sauce

January 16, 2014 Dips/SaucePasta / Pizza Recipes  No comments

This homemade tomato based sauce can be used for Pizza or Pasta. I am a big fan of pasta. So thought of trying this Pasta sauce instead of the store bought ones or the normal tomato sauce. It did taste much better than the readymade ones. Its healthy too.. I mostly end up making pasta with this sauce than pizza. Do check my white sauce recipe HERE if u are a fan of it.

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Cream of Tomato Soup – Tomato Soup

January 13, 2014 Kids BaySoups  No comments

Cream of Tomato Soup is the most popular of all the soups. It is so easy to make and with a few key ingredients u can get that restaurant taste Cream of Tomato Soup. Chotu just loved it. Though our family is not a big fan of soup varieties, tomato soup and this roasted bell pepper soup are our favourites.

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Kadai Paneer – How to make Kadai Paneer

January 11, 2014 Dals/GraviesPaneer Dishes  2 comments

Kadai Paneer is a popular paneer dish. Its the most easiest of all paneer dishes. It pairs well with roti & pulao varieties. Kadai Paneer can be made as a dry or gravy version as per your preference.

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Kaddu ki Sabji – How to make Kaddu ki Sabzi

January 6, 2014 Bachelor Friendly RecipesDry SabjiKootu / Poriyal VarietiesNO Onion NO Garlic  No comments

Kaddu ki Sabji /Kaddu ki Sabzi is a super quick sabzi variety that goes well with roti, poori & rice.Once u have peeled & chopped pumpkin the sabzi gets ready in less than 15-20 mins. This is a mild sabji variety without much masala in it. When it comes to pumpkin, all that comes to my mind is this sabji or Pumpkin Soup. Check soup recipe HERE

Pumpkin seeds are very healthy. U can sun dry them and have it as is or roast with salt and have it. They taste yumm!

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