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Posted: 08 September 2012 at 5:49pm | IP Logged
Awesome great thread for beginners like me..Wink

Thank u so much Srima dear for this wonderful recipes thread..Hug

Its very useful for me to learn most of the dishes are very good..Big smile

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Banana Fritters or popularly known as Goreng Pisang (Malaysia) Tongue

2 cups self raising flour
half teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
little flour on small plate
6 bananas

Mix both bicarbonate and flour into a bowl, add water and mix it together until it becomes a smooth batter. Peel banana .. either put them full inside or cut them into long pieces.. Roll lightly in the flour and drop it into the batter till fully covered. Fry in inside oil till it turns yellow yellow brown colour. Remove from pan.. and serve it hot.

You can even have it with tea or ice cream Wink

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Nellikai Rice

Cooked rice, few nellikai, green chilli 1, Onion 1, half tea spoon mustard, half teaspoon dhal, turmeric powder a pinch, Coriander leaf, salt according to taste and little oil.

remove seeds from nellikai. Grind it with green chilli. Put pan and heat up some oil and put in mustard, dhal stir it well. Then add onion. After a while add in the grinded paste, turmeric powder, salt, and stir well. After nicely cooked like about 6-7 minutes remove from stove and let it cool. Once cool add rice and stir evently. Throw some coriander leaves in. 

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Posted: 24 July 2013 at 12:14am | IP Logged





300  grms  firm  tofu,  cut  into  chunks,  dry  fry.


The  Marinade:

1/4   cup of  water

2  tsp  ginger  and  garlic  paste

1  tsp  coriander  powder

 1/2  tsp  turmeric  powder

1  tsp  cumin  powder

Salt  to  taste


To  Saute  Till  Brown  Then  Grind:

2  big  onions  chopped

2  tsp  butter


3  tbs  oil

1  bay  leaf

3  cloves

1  inch  cinnamon  stick

2  cardamom  pods,  crushed


2  tsp  chillie  powder

 1/2  tsp  aniseed  powder

1/2  tsp  pepper  powder

Little  water


 1/2  cup  beaten  curds

1  cup  water


1/4   tsp  garam  masala  powder



Dry  the  tofu  pieces.  Cut  them  into  chunks.

Use  a  non-stick  pan,  place  the  tofu  pieces  on  it.

Keep  turning  the  sides  so  that  it is  evenly  lightly  browned.

No  oil  is  needed  for    this  dry  frying.


Put  all  the  marinade  ingredients  in  a  bowl.

Use  a  fork  and  mix  them  nicely.  Now  add  in  the   tofu  pieces.

Carefully  mix  so  that  the  sauce  coats  the  tofu  properly.

Cover  and  refrigerate  for  at  least  2  hours.


Saute  the  chopped  onions  in  the  2  tsp  butter.

Saute  until  golden,  cool  and  grind  to  a  paste.


Heat  the  oil  in  a  non-stick  wok,  add  in the  bay  leaf,  cloves,  cardamom  and  cinnamon  stick.

Let  them  crackle,  add  in  the  ground  onion  paste,  saut  for  a  minute.

Now  add  in  the  chillie,  aniseed   and   pepper  powder.

Add  little  water  and  fry  till  oil  separates.  Add  in  the  marinated  tofu  pieces.


Mix  well,  lower  the  heat  and  add  in  the  curds,  little  by  little.

Let  the  whole  thing  simmer  for  for  a  minute. Add  little  water  if  needed.

Carefully  stir  for  few  minutes  till  the  tofu  pieces  are  fully  coated  with  the  masala.

Finally  sprinkle  the  garam   masala,  and  serve.



Edited by malligai - 24 July 2013 at 12:19am

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Posted: 30 December 2013 at 11:42pm | IP Logged
This has been inactive for a while now. I would love to try few of the recipes in here. Can you post more recipes. I will also add those I try at home. :)

To start with a quick tips:

When preparing kuzhipaniyaram, grind and add some corn to the batter. It will add some taste and smell to the paniyaram.

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Posted: 30 December 2013 at 11:59pm | IP Logged
Thanks meena for the tips.

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Wow there is a response imm.. Means I can expect more recipes to try..  :)

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