Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Chilly Cheese Toast

Wheat Bread Slices -4
Cheese Slices /Grated Cheese -2 slices /1/4cup
Chopped Green chilly - 1tablespoon
Chilly flakes -1teaspoon
Butter- as needed.

Spread the butter on one side of the Bread. Sprinkle the green chillies. Place a cheese slice on top.
Sprinkle some red chilly flakes on top of the cheese,  apply some butter on one side of the next bread slice and cover the cheese.
Heat a taw/griddle on low flame. Once its hot, add some butter/ghee on the taw and place the prepared sandwich and close the taw with lid.

Cook for 1 or 2 minutes on very low heat, open the lid, apply some more butter on the top bread slice, flip it over and cook for 1 more minute. Crispy, spicy, cheesy sandwich is ready. Repeat the same for another sandwich. Comes handy on busy weekday morning breakfast. :) 

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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Paneer Jalfrezi

Paneer (cubed) -1/2cup 
Sliced Onions -1/4cup
Sliced Capsicums( yellow and green) - 1/4th of each color
Julienned Carrot - 10 pieces 
1 Medium size tomato chopped
Ginger garlic paste(freshly ground) -2teaspoons
Coriander powder -2teaspoons
Chilli powder -1teaspoon
Turmeric powder -1/4teaspoon
Garam masala powder -1teaspoon 
Maggi hot &sweet tomato sauce - 2teaspoons
Kasoori methi - 1teaspoon 
Sugar (can omit if you wish) -1/2teaspoon 
Cumin Seeds -1teaspoon 

Heat oil in  a pan..shallow fry the paneer cubes and keep them aside.
Add cumin seeds and let them splutter. 
Add the sliced onions followed by crushed ginger-garlic.
Saute for a minute, then add the chili powder, coriander powder and turmeric powder. Give it a good mix  then add the sliced tomatoes, capsicum and carrots. 
Saute them for couple of minutes, add the maggi hot and sweet sauce. 
Add 1/4cup of water and let the masala cook for 2 minutes. Now add the fried paneer cubes..Add the garam masala and mix the masala nicely. 
Add the crushed kasoori methi and chopped cilantro and put off the flame. 

Got inspired from the Gooble videos from facebook and tried this. It was quick and delicious. I didn't follow the recipe a 100%..adjusted with the things I had in hand..lazy to make tomato puree..so added one medium sized tomato. No onion seeds at home, added just cumin seeds. You can watch the recipe video here.

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Ginger Chutney / Allam chutney / Inji chutney

Onion(medium size) chopped - 1
Tomato (big)-1
Ginger - 3 to 4 inch piece
Tamarind - golf ball size 
Pottu kadalai/ dhaliya - 2tablespoons
Red chily -1 & Bydagi chilly -1
Mustard seeds -1teaspoon
Jaggery / Vellam - 1tablespoon
Curry leaves

Chop the onions, tomato and peel and chop the ginger as well.
Heat some oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and let them pop. Add the curry leaves followed by onions, red chillies, tomatoes and chopped ginger.
Add enough salt and sauté for a minute. 
Now add the pottukadalai/ dhaliya, tamarind and jaggery. Sauté for few more minutes and add 2 tablespoons of water and let them all cook until the water dries up. 
Let cool and grind it to a fine paste. 
Tasty ginger chutney/ Allam chutney is ready.
Goes well with Pesarattu, idli, dosa varieties and roti. Can have it rice as well. 

Recipe Courtesy - HERE
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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Pongal Wishes 2019

Wish You All a Very Happy Pongal / Makar Sankaranthi!! 

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