Saturday, March 12, 2016
Thursday, March 10, 2016
The most used south indian spices,From Right to Left,Dry Red Chillies(Kaayintha Mulakai),Cumin(Siragam),Mustard(Kaduku),Fennel(Vendayam),Pepper(Melaku),Jeera (Jeeragam) and in center is Broken Urad dal(Ulutham paruppu)
All these seeds gives added flavour to indian food,when it is fried in oil or grained with other ingredients.
No Indian kitchen is left without this multiple-storage spice kit
I love north indian dishes as much as south indian.....When i was in school ,i learnt to make butter paneer masala...I do it in authentic way and its yummy to have with rotis.I love their dahi poori chat and aloo paratha...yumm...
Tuesday, March 08, 2016
Happy woman's day! How come this year is being more special with so many messages like never before.But still I could only think of all my best friends who gone through-ed a lot ,who happened to be bold,gorgeous and much better than me.I am sure i am truly inspired by them.I should thank all my close friends for being so nice to me.Woman has a great strength in multi tasking,creativity,loving and what not!. I wish every woman is safe and peaceful in this world as the forwards speaks so.
The bread recipe is almost vegan,since there is no egg or milk products.
All purpose flour-1+1/2 cup
Baking powder-1 tsp
Baking soda-1/2 tsp
Oil/melted butter-2/3 cup
Regular Sugar or Brown sugar -1/2 cup
Vanilla essence-1 tsp
1.Sieve the flour,baking powder and baking soda for couple of times.
2.Smash the bananas ,oil/butter,mix with sugar and vanilla essence.
3.Incorporate the flour and wet mix slowly and add the chopped walnuts.
4.Grease the bread pan with oil and dust with flour.Pour the batter into it.
5.Bake them in a preheated oven at 300*F/170*C for 30-35 minutes.