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Posted: 11 January 2008 at 8:50am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Kavitha Ravi

Sue akka thanks for your nice compliments.
You will not get any smell, for you will be adding, green chillie paste, coriander leaves, curry leaves, onions and all the other spices

To my knowledge, kaancheepuram idli is entirely different from rava idli.
Let me cook and post another day.

Kavi...normal suji flour doesn't have any unpleasant smell but the "iddli rawa" is very much finer than suji flour and its colour too is more to greyish white. I bought it from one of the grocery shops in Brickfields. Yaks!!Confused...I threw the whole thing away. I will never purchase it again. However, one of these days when I have the time I am going to try making plain iddlis using the suji flour.Big smile

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Posted: 11 January 2008 at 8:59am | IP Logged
Originally posted by supree

Vendaikkai Curry

Ingredients:
Vendaikkai - 20 to 25
Onion 1 (medium)
Tomato 1
Ginger-Garlic paste tsp
Chili powder or tsp (as per your spicy level)
Coriander powder tsp
Cumin powder tsp
Curry leaves a few
Salt as required
Oil 5 tsps
Mustard seeds tsp
Urad dals tsp
Cumin seeds tsp


Procedure:
Wash, clean and cut the Vendaikkai into inch pieces.
Cut the onion into small thin strips and cut the tomatoes into small pieces.
In a wok/pan first put 3 tsp of oil and when the oil is warmed up nicely, add the cut vendaikkai pieces and saut for about 5 minutes.
Take the Vendaikkai pieces out and keep it aside.
Now in the pan, add the remaining oil and when the oil is hot, add the seasoning ingredients Mustard, Urad and Cumin seeds.
When the seeds popped, add the cut onion and saut it nicely. Add the Ginger-Garlic paste also at this time. Add the curry leaves.
When the onion becomes transparent, add salt and all the powders and saut it nicely.
Then add the already sauted Vendaikkai pieces mix well and add the tomato pieces and mix again.
Let it cook for another 5-8 minuets and your Vendaikkai curry is ready.
Enjoy it with your regular meal like Sambar and rasam satham and it tastes extra good when eaten along with Curd Rice!! Smile




Thanks Supree your ladies fingers looks so appetising. I could easily  enjoy this with plain rice, fried omelette and papadams ..!!ClapClap I would definitely try this delicious dish this weekend - ran out of ladies fingers coz used it in the sambar yesterday...illati I would have done it immediately.!!Embarrassed

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Posted: 11 January 2008 at 11:35am | IP Logged
Thanks Kavi & Sue Akka for your nice compliments! Smile

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Posted: 11 January 2008 at 11:43am | IP Logged
And..., here it is my friends

As I promised eljay - A sweet, Semiya paayasam - my favorite Big smile to celebrate ACD solving a case this week!! Clap   
I made the paayasam this time a little different (just for a change) and the taste ...yummm.. Awesome. Big smile Will share the recipe later today! (kind of busy right now!)

BTW, Where is your Baklava eljay?! I'm waiting.... Smile


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Posted: 11 January 2008 at 8:46pm | IP Logged
Kavi, after a long time I am coming to this thread. First of all:

"CONGRATULATIONS ON BECOMING IF-DAZZLER"

Also, thank you for all the nice and delicious recipes.

Keep up the good work.

Pat


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Posted: 15 January 2008 at 8:30pm | IP Logged
Kavi and Supree delicious recipes.

Ladies fingers is my fav vege Wink, anything to do with ladies fingers I'm on Big smile

Kavi, I tried your ridge gourd in masala, and I got compliments from my father. Embarrassed

Edited by Vani19 - 15 January 2008 at 11:26pm

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Posted: 15 January 2008 at 9:29pm | IP Logged
Thanks Vani for your compliments! Smile Ladies fingers are my fav. too!! Wink

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Posted: 15 January 2008 at 9:41pm | IP Logged


My dear friends:
Wishing You All a Very Happy Pongal!

May PONGAL fill your life with Sweetness!! Smile






Edited by supree - 15 January 2008 at 9:45pm

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