9799692b348 Nivedhanam: 2013-01-06

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Roundup of SYF & HWS - Ginger

I was skeptical about the number of recipes I would be getting for SYF & HWS – Ginger event, but I am excited to have received very flavorful and delicious Ginger recipes. I would like to thank Anu again for this opportunity!! Here is a great roundup and click on the drool worthy pictures to take you to the recipe!!!
1 - Broccoli and Paneer Balls2 - Methi na Dhebra3 - Navratna Korma4 - Puli Inji5 - Chole Tikki Chat6 - Methi Aloo with Soya Granules7 - Palak Channa8 - Dal Fry9 - Bhindi Do Pyaaza10 - Hyderabadi Khatti Dal11 - Tomato chutney12 - Simple Potato-tomato curry13 - Medu Vada14 - Bread Pakora15 - sesame seed chutney16 - Peanut rice17 - Sweet & Spicy Baked Tofu - Asian Style18 - Sandwich Dhokla19 - Ginger Candy20 - Mahabaleshwar Channa21 - Stained glass ginger cookies22 - Yellow Mung dal with Dill23 - Simple Gujarati Thali24 - Ginger Chutney25 - Quick Ginger Bread Cookies26 - Medu Vadai27 - Tomato Dosai28 - Wheat Rava Pulao29 - Panagam30 - GINGER RASAM31 - GINGER PICKLE32 - Chana Dal with Zuchinni33 - Bok Choy Fried Rice34 - Saag Puri
Thanks to all who sent your delicious entries!!!

Friday, January 11, 2013

Roundup of Let’s Party–Eggless Bakes and Treats

How about 92 delicious and mouthwatering recipes – all in one place…. I love the collection of delicious recipes I received for the “Let’s Party – Eggless Bakes and Treats” event that I hosted. Thanks a lot to Surabhi for this opportunity to guest host her Let’s party series.Thanks to all the participants and there are 3 awards – details after the delicious and mouth watering roundup.. Please let me know if I missed anyone by mistake

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Rabri–Quick Version

Rabri is a very famous milk sweet which is made by reducing the milk. Normally rabri takes a very long time to make… This one is a quick version and I am using Evaporated milk which has the water content removed by around 60%. I got this recipe from here and made very few changes..I served the rabri with ghevar.

Monday, January 7, 2013


Ghevar is a Rajasthani Dessert traditionally served during the Teej Festival. I have personally not heard of this dessert until it was announced by Manjula of Desi Fiesta for the SNC Challenge to make the mini ghevar with rabri. I actually went by the shops nearby to see if anybody has it… But nobody had this sweet in the shops!!! This is surely a sinfully delicious dessert. Thanks to Manjula for this delicious challenge and thanks to Divya for the idea for this challenge. I got around 10 ghevars from this recipe. You can make the ghevar much ahead of time and when cooled, it can be stored in an airtight container until it is ready to be served..

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