Monday, 15 September 2014

Bread Halwa


Bread Halwa is yummy traditiona halwa, that is easy to make. Recently I had this bread halwa in my sister's house warming function. I was very pleased with its taste. I wanted to try it at home and asked my sister to get the full recipe in script. I prepared with using sugar syrup  & slightly modified the recipe to suit our taste.. But many people used to prepare this halwa with using milk. Though I tried this recipe for the first time, it came out very well...smiley Ok, let's move on to the recipe..

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

How to make soft Chapati

Chapati is my all time favorite breakfast as well as dinner.. When am in college, for dinner I use to have chapati daily. I like to eat potato curry as side dish for chapati. But these days as time not permits as an office goer am not making chapatis. Princy asking me daily to prepare chapati as lunch box. So I got up early and made this 2weeks back and today I post this recipe. I prepared Egg Bhurji as side dish. Princy was bit excited when she saw the breakfast plate.

Monday, 8 September 2014

South Indian Mushroom Curry

Here’s a rich and delicious recipe of south Indian mushroom curry. The curry is full on with flavors of poppy seeds and cashews & tastes more like a korma and would go very well with plain steamed rice. Mushrooms are a low-calorie food eaten cooked, raw or as a garnish to a meal. These are used extensively in cooking, in many cuisines (notably Chinese, Korean, European, and Japanese). They are known as the "meat" of the vegetable world.

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Karam Gavvalu / Savory Shells

Today's special is  "Karam Gavvalu",a traditional, delicious crispy snack from Andhra. There are 2 versions, savory and sweeter versions of it and today my post is about the savory one. The particular shape is attained using a special gadget as gavvalu balla or gavvalu peeta specifically designed for this purpose. It is a wooden board with ridges that comes different sizes. But if you do not have it you can use either a new comb or back side of a big fork to prepare this. Usually it is prepared with a mix of maida(plain flour) and rice flour but this time I prepared with wheat flour as it makes these gavvalu more tastier and healthy for kids.