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Saturday, July 31, 2010

Sprouts Uthappam!!

Sprouts Uthappam is so simple and healthy. It was tasty and spongy.

Dosa Batter  as required. Checkout how to make batter here.
Onion - 1no(chopped)

Spread batter on tawa slightly thicker than normal dosa.
Top it with onions, sprouts and salt.

Cook both sides till slight brown.

Serve hot with any chutney.

This is going off to Lets sprout by Priya.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Show me ur Refridgerator and Award!!!

I am posting the photos for Show me ur Refridgerator Event by Divya. My fridge is 3 doors, veggie part is a little messy so just posting 2 photos....

Now Award time Jay has given me this award for participating in the event. Thanks Jay.

She has rules to pass it on to 3 blogger friends.

I am passing this lovely award to my dear friends RekhaAsha and Sanjeeta

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Simple Javarsi/Sabudana Upma

Javarsi/Sabudana/Sabakki/Sago Upma is very tasty and different. I usually make payasam/kheer, this time tried this and my son just loved to bite the pearls.

Serves - 1 person

Javarsi/Sabudana - 1 cup(Medium size pearls)
Onion - 1 no(chopped)
Curry leaves - few

For Thalipu/Tempering
Oil - 1 tspn
Mustard - 1/4 tspn
Hing - a pinch
G. chilli - 1 no(optional)
Jeera/Cumin seeds - a pinch
Turmeric - a pinch

Preparation Method
Wash/rinse and soak Javarsi/Sabudana overnite in warm water with a drop of oil. Morning strain all water.
Heat a kadai/wok, add oil, mustard once it splutters add hing, green chilli, a pinch of jeera. Saute for a minute.
Add onion with a pinch of salt and curry leaves. Saute till onions are lite brown.
Now add sabudana and saute for few minutes. Adjust salt.

Serve it hot with any chutney or as it is.

This recipe along with Javarsi Payasam is going off to CWS Sago by Niloufer started by Priya.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Sandwich Dhokla

Hi Friends,

You might have seen my previous Product Review of Gits if not click here.

Yes you are reading it right. I tried this Sandwich Dhokla from Gits. Its been so tasty and different from usual Dhokla. I just prepared following the instructions on the pack. It came out well.

It has sweet and spicy taste.

Everyone enjoyed the new taste at my home. Hope you enjoy too...

I thank Gits for giving me an opportunity.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Corn Sprouts Salad

Corn Sprouts Salad is so simple and healthy one. It needs no cooking. I make this for my hubby's lunch box quiet often.

Corn Kernels(I used Tinned) - 4 tspns
Green Gram Sprouts & Horsegram sprouts - 3 tspns
Tomato - 2 tspns(chopped)
G chilli - 1 no(chopped)
Salt 2 pinches
Coriander leaves for garnishing.

Preparation Method
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and serve.

Corn Sprouts Salad is ready to serve.

This recipe is going off to Lets Sprout by Priya and Veggie/Fruit - Corn by Akheela and Priya.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Monthly Mingle - Party Treats Event Announcement!!!

Dear Friends,
This month am happy to host Monthly Mingle an event started by Meeta. I would like to thank Meeta for giving me an opportunity for hosting this event. I have chosen the theme as "Party Treats".

It can be for any Party like Birthday, Kids party, Housewarming, Get-together, Kitty, etc...but please specify the name of the Party and type of food you prepared. It can be 1 dish or many dishes.

Courtesy - Microsoft
Rules for the event.

1. Prepare anything for the Party and post between now and 17th Aug. (Only vegetarian no
    eggs please). It can be anycourse of meal, snacks, starters, baking is also allowed.
2. Please linkback to this event announcement and Meeta's page. Use of Logo is
3. Email me at with Subject Party Treats mentioning whch
    course and following details.

- Your Name
- Blog name
- Recipe Name
- Recipe URL
- Picture with size 300 x 300 pixels

4. Archived entries should be reposted with event linked back.
5. Non-bloggers too can participate in this event, send in your recipe by email with or without a photograph.

6. Multiple entries are accepted.
7. Round up will be posted in Aug.

Hope you enjoy the participation @ Sara's Corner. If you have any questions, pls mail me or leave a comment.

Looking forward for your wonderful entries.


Friday, July 16, 2010

Veggie Paneer Pizza

Veggie Pizza is my long pending recipe in my drafts. I have been wanting to eat pizza in Singapore but I dont like the pizza here as in India.

So this time I tried myself making it at home.

APF/Maida - 2 cups
Dry yeast - 1/2 tspn
warm water - 1/2 glass
sugar - 1/2 tspn
Salt - a pinch
Veggie for Toppings
Paneer - few pieces
Capsicum - 1 no chopped into squares
Tomato - 1no " few chopped and few rings
Onion - 1 no " few chopped and few rings
Tomato Ketchup/sauce - 2-3 tspns
Mozarella cheese - as required
Red Chilli flakes - 2 pinches(As per your taste)
Olive oil/any oil - 2 tspns

Preparation Method
Mix yeast with water, sugar and salt in a glass and allow it to sit for 10mins.
When it forth mix it with APF to a soft dough with oil.
Leave it till it raises for about an hour by wrapping it in a plastic wrap.
Then you can make 2 small pizza base with it.
Grease the baking tray or place a butter paper.
Spread dough it to a small round shape with rolling pin.
Spread tomato sauce or ketchup on it.
Then spread all veggie fully on the base.
Top it with Mosarella cheese or Parmesan Cheese.

Bake it at 180 C for 20 mins or till the base is golden brown and cheese is fully melted.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Palak Corn

Palak Corn is a dry gravy cooked with Spinach and Corn with mild spices. This is tasty sidedish for chapathi and rotis.

Palak - 1 bunch
Corn - a handful (I used tinned- Always wash/rinse and use tin/can corn due to preservatives and smell)
Onion - 1no chopped
Tomato - 1no chopped
Garam masala - 1/2 tspn
Red chilli powder - 1/2 tspn(As per your taste)
Turmeric - a pinch
Ginger - 1/2" piece chopped
Garlic - 1 no chopped

For Seasoning
Oil - 1 tspn
Mustard - 1/4 tspn
Jeera - a pinch
Preparation Method
Wash and chop Palak into fine pieces.
Heat a  Kadai/wok, add oil, mustard wait till it splutters then add jeera and saute for a second.
Then add onion, ginger, garlic and saute till onion is soft.
Add tomato and saute till its soft.
Now add Palak and little water and cook.
Add corn, salt and all masala powder. Mix well and cook.
You can make it as a semi gravy or dry.

Palak Corn is ready to serve. Its a great combination with Chapathis and rotis.

This recipe is going off to Veggie/Fruit- Corn a month hosted by Akheela's started by Priya. My other entry to this event is my Capsicum Corn Rice.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Think Spice Think Garam Masala Event Roundup!!

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your support and participation in the Event. I have received around 85 entries for this event. Here is the Roundup for Think Spice Think Garam Masala Event. I would like to thank Sunita for giving me an opportunity for hosting.

Please do let me know by mail or comment incase I have missed any of your entries, which is not intentional. Will update it.

Happy Weekend!!!

Roundup follows:
Mint & Cilanto Stalks Pulao by Kiran

Toasted Sandwich Rolls by Nayna

Spinach Mushroom Rice by Satyasree

Spicy Mushroom Curry by Satyasree

Yummy Okra Masala by Satyasree

Dal Makni by Shama

Black Channa Dal gravy by Shama

Paani Poori by Shama

Black Channa Dal Rice by Shama

Vegetable Biryani by Shama

Stuffed Onion Curry by Rachana

Mixed Veggies & Sprouted Moong Pulao by Priya S

Pepper Gobi Masala by Priya S

Bottlegourd & Bread Cutlet by Priya S

Soya & Butter Beans Pulao With Coriander & Mint Stalks by Priya S

Cauliflower Leaves Pakoda by Priya S

Microwave Capsicum Dal by Priya S
Paneer Tawa Masala by Priya S

Eggplant Bellpepper Pepper Masala by Priya S

Avacado Chapathi by Swathi

Whole Lentils Dal by Divya

Palak Paneer by Arthi

Masala Chapathi by me

Aloo Jeera by me

Veg Pulav by me

Carrot Rice by Hema

Cashewnut Rice by Nivedita

Carrot Rice by Sonal

Capsicum Black eye peas Mint Pulav by Sangi

Carrot Semiya Kichadi by Sangi

Indianized French Toast by Nithu

Cashewnuts Curry by Richa

Mutter Paneer by Aruna

Aloo Meal Maker Masala Curry by Gayathri

Palak Paneer by Padhu

Sweet Corn Carrot Paneer Kurma by Sanyukta

Hara Channa Tikki by Sanyukta

Cucumbar Spinach Dal by Sanyukta

Garlicky Red lentils with Mushroom by Sanyukta

Brocolli Zucchini Peas Rice by Sanyukta

Green Gram Dal & Black Chickpea Rice by Sanyukta

B1 Color Party by Sanyukta

Bottlegourd Peas Dumplings by Sanyukta

Stuffed Bell Pepper by Priya M

Palak Wale Masale Chawal by Priya M

Mixed Vegetable Curry by Shabitha

Soya Chunks Masala by Shabitha

Gujarati Dal Panchavati by Muskaan

Simple Potato Stir Fry by Kalva

Palak Paneer Pulav by Denny

Kohirabi Kurma by Denny

Tariwale Chole(Curried Chickpeas) by Apu

Mealmaker fry by Mahi

Tomato Kurma by Mahi

Paneer Butter Masala by Premalatha

Homemade Garam Masala by Premalatha

Dark Fruit Cake by Premalatha

Mutter Paneer Makhani by Asha

Channa Dal by Shobha

Sindhi Pulav by Shobha

Aloevera Curry by Shobha

Lauki Chana Dal by Nandini

Simple Dal by Nandini

Dal Makhani by Nandini



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