Vegetable Burger

Yummy Vegetable Burger Recipe...

Coconut Cookies

Delicious Coconut cookies decorated with grated coconut..

Mushroom Rice

Delicious Mushroom Rice recipe...

Orange Cake

Eggless Orange cake decorated with oranges and kiwi fruits...


Eggless chocolate Brownies with cashew nuts..

Chinese Salad

Tasty Salad with tomato sauce..

Coconut Laddu

Coconut Laddu made with condensed milk..

January 31, 2012

Mirchi ka Salan..

. 8 to 10 mirchi(green chilies)
. 1/2 cup peanuts
. 2 tbsp sesame seeds
. 1 large onion
. 1/4 cup oil
. 1 tbsp mustard seeds
. 1 tbsp ginger garlic paste
. 1 tbsp coriander powder
. 1/2 tbsp red chili powder
. 1/2 tbsp turmeric powder
. 1 tbsp tamarind pulp
. Ilachi 4 no's
. Lavang 4 no's
. Cinnamon
. Salt to taste 
. 3 cup water
1) Wash and slit green chilies lengthwise without cutting the chilies into two.  In a pan, heat about a tablespoon of oil.Add chilies and fry for some time.Keep this a side.
2) Roast peanuts and sesame seeds separately and keep aside.
3)In a pan add 2 tbsp oil and add chopped onion cook until they get light brown.
4)Add tamarind, turmeric, peanuts, sesame seeds, ginger garlic paste, salt and 1 cup water to fried onions and blend to a smooth paste.
5) In the same pan add the remaining oil and add mustard seeds and let it splutter. Add lavang,ilachi and cinnamon. Add in the prepared paste and water and stir.
6)Add  red chili powder, coriander powder and mix well..
7) Add in the fried chilies. Cover the pan and let it cook for 10 minutes on medium heat.

Hyderabadi special Mirchi ka salan is ready to eat with any biryani........

January 23, 2012

Bagara annam...

Bagara annam is very popular dish in Hyderabad.. This is a common dish in Hyderabad for most of the festivals and get-togethers. 
It goes very well with Chicken gravy or any other masala curry.

. Basmati rice 2 cups
. Water 3 cups
. Ilachi 4 no's
. Lavang 4 no's
. Cinnamon
. Ginger garlic paste 1 spoon
. Mirchi 4 no's(slit in between)
. Onions 1 no's(chopped)
. Chopped Pudina 1/2 cup
. Bay leaves 2
. 1/2 cup Cashew nuts
. Sajeera 1/2 tbsp
. Ghee 2 tbsps
. oil 4 tbsps
. salt to taste

1) Soak Basmathi rice along with Cinnamon, ilachi and lavang for 1/2 hr.
2) Heat oil and ghee in bottomed pan and add chopped onions, chilly's, mint leaves, ginger garlic paste,ilachi,lavang,cinnamon, sajeera, cashew nuts and bay leaves and fry for some time.
3) Now add soaked rice(with out water) and fry for some time.Now add water(which is used for soaking rice) along with salt and cook the rice until done. This can be prepared in pressure cooker also.

Yummy dish with nice aroma is ready to serve...

January 16, 2012

Mulla Muruku or Muruku

. Rice Flour -    1 cup
. Besan flour-    1/4 cup
. Dalda -         2 tbsp
. Jeera -         1/2 tbsp
. Sesame seeds-   1 tbsp
. Salt

1) Mix all the ingredients with enough water to make a dough.
2) Heat oil in a deep pan.
3) Take the 1 star attachment and fix it to the Muruku press.With this 1 star attachment we will get mulla muruku.
4) Take some dough and keep it in a muruku press.
5) Slowly squeeze out muruku using muruku press in a plastic sheet.Slightly rotate the maker round and round until you make a circle.
6)Remove it from the plastic to your hands and then drop it into the hot oil.
7) Fry till it turn light brown colour.

Have this tasty muruku with tea..

January 9, 2012

Mysore Bonda.

Ingredients 1:
Maida(all purpose flour) – 1 cup
Rice Flour : 1/4 cup
Cooking soda – pinch

Mix all the above ingredients to form a batter.The batter should not be too thick or too thin. 
Leave it to ferment for about 5 to 8 hrs

Ingredients 2: 
Green chillies-3 no's
Curry leaves – 2 sprigs
Cumin seeds – 1 tsp
chopped onions(optional)

Now before making mysore bonda add finely chopped green chillies, cumin seeds, ginger, curry leaves, onions(optional) and mix well. According to the consistency add little water to form a thick batter without lumps. Heat oil in a pan.  Mix the batter again and drop spoonful or with hands .Fry on medium heat till it is golden brown on all sides. Serve hot with tomato chutney and Sambar. 


January 2, 2012

Happy New Year!!! and an Award..

Wishing you a fabulous 2012 With full of great achievements and experiences.
Let the coming year be a glorious one that rewards all your future endeavors with success.
I am starting my new year by giving this "Happy Blogger Award" to the following bloggers...who are doing fabulous work in food blogging ..

. Gayathri Kumar at Gayathri's Cook Spot
. Priya at Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes 
. Aarthi at YUMMY TUMMY
. Hari Chandana at Indian Cuisine
. Harini at Tamalapaku
. Nithu Bala at Nithu's Kitchen
. Uma at Trendy Relish
Pavithra at Dishesfrommykitchen
Kurinji at Kurinji Kathambam 
. Krishnakumar at veg junction
Jay at Tasty Appetite 
. Srivalli at Cooking 4 all Seasons
Manasi at A Cook @ Heart
lata raja at Flavours and Tastes
Prathima Rao at Prats Corner
Nish at Spusht
. Suja at Kitchen Corner-Try It
. Veena krishnakumar at veg junction -
Swathi at Zesty South Indian Kitchen
Rachana at Veggi Fare
. Deepa at hamaree rasoi
. Aruna at VEGGIE PARADISE.....
Akila at Learing To Cook.

I have truly enjoyed reading all the above blogs till now..i have learnt a lot of recipe's from you people...Hope you have a great year....
Please accept it and Make this new year special by giving this award to your blogger friends whom you think they deserve it....

Keep Smiling..