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Posted: 04 January 2008 at 11:51am | IP Logged

Congrats Kavi the dazzler Clap Clap , didnt notice it before I saw Nitis post Wink

The potato/cabbage sobx looks so yummy...Big smile



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Posted: 04 January 2008 at 11:29pm | IP Logged
Potato and cabbage subzi looks yummy and congrats Kavi for becoming IF Dazzler ClapClap

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Posted: 04 January 2008 at 11:31pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Kavitha Ravi

 

O.K meli , let me start another recipe thread with a sweet note.

GOTHAMBA  PRADHAMAN

In Malaysia we will call it bubur  gandum.

In Kerala it is a paayasam.

Ingredients:

1 cup cracked wheat

4 tbs ghee

2 cups  brown sugar   make into a thick syrup

6 cups coconut milk

1 tsp cardamom powder

A pinch og ginger powder

Method:

Wash the wheat and drain.

Heat 2 tbs of ghee in a pot  and toast the wheat for 2 to 3 minutes.

Stir in 1 cup of water and  bring it to a boil.

Stir periodically to make sure that the grains do not stick to the pot.

Simmer  until the wheat  is well cooked.

Add in the brown sugar syrup, stir well.

Add in the coconut milk and cook over a very slow flame.

Boiling will result  in seprated coconut milk.

Once the coconut milk has thickned, sprinkle the cardamom

Powder and ginger powder and the remaining ghee.

 Stir gently and remove.

Keep the pot covered otherwise the coconut milk

Will form a skin on the top. Serve it warm or cold.

 

 

This is one of my favourite Tongue

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Posted: 04 January 2008 at 11:43pm | IP Logged
Thanks everyone for the wishes. I too noticed after Nittip's post.

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Posted: 05 January 2008 at 6:03am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Kavitha Ravi

CRISPY   FRIED MUSHROOMS

Ingredients:

500 grms oyster mushrooms, tear them into big pieces
100 grms self rising flour
60 grms rice flour
1 tbs corn flour
tsp pepper powder
tsp chillie powder
100 ml water
Salt to taste
Oil

Method:
Mix all the flours and the spices.
Add water and enough salt and mix to a batter.
The batter should be like idlli flour.
Add in the muchrooms and mix well.
Heat oil in a wok, when it is hot, add the
Mushrooms little by little and fry till crisp.
Drain on a paper and serve hot.




Congratulations dazzler Kavi....you sure dazzled your way into our hearts with all those mouth watering recipes.Wink

Indhe recipe romba nalla irrukkum for snacking while watching Adhi  screaming his throat out ....and I would coolly carry on dipping this delicious oyster mushrooms into Lingham's chilli sauce..!!Clap


Edited by Sue Nair - 05 January 2008 at 7:00am

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Posted: 05 January 2008 at 8:11am | IP Logged
Sue akka thanks for your kind wishes.
Also thanks for the nice two recipes.


Akka we make a lot of these sweet and sour dishes.
The main ingredients are the same, we dip tofu,fish slices, or chicken pieces fry them crisp and pour the sauce over. You have to serve at once or it will become soggy and loose the crispiness. Haven't tried with mushroom. I will try and post the picture. Thanks again akka.

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Posted: 05 January 2008 at 8:16am | IP Logged
Oh so fast you posted another sweet recipe.
Akka I am glad that you are good in baking.
So you can always chip in some bakery items.
Thanks again akka, I hope many will try and
give us the feed back.
Hope your wish comes true and many will join
with us in this thread.Thanks again akka.

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Posted: 05 January 2008 at 8:19am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Kavitha Ravi

Sue akka thanks for your kind wishes.
Also thanks for the nice two recipes.


Akka we make a lot of these sweet and sour dishes.
The main ingredients are the same, we dip tofu,fish slices, or chicken pieces fry them crisp and pour the sauce over. You have to serve at once or it will become soggy and loose the crispiness. Haven't tried with mushroom. I will try and post the picture. Thanks again akka.


Yes everything has to be done very quickly and served at once from the stove to the dinner table..!!ROFLROFL Thanks Kavi... I am actually waiting for your presentation.....Clap

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