Friday, July 28, 2006

We had been to India in feb for my son's first year birthday celebrations amongst family and friends. My mom and aunt whipped up this authentic dinner which left us and our guests literally drooling :) The menu included
Sliced cucumber with salt and pepper seasoning
Navaratna kurma
Rumali rotis
Sprouted Moong and Pomegranate kosambri
Vegetable muslim dum biryani
Punjabi pakodi kadi
Shahi tukda

WOW......the arrangement of the dishes itself was breathtaking and we just couldn't wait to dig right in.

I will be sharing all of the above recipes with you so that you can also experience the yummy food mummy cooks.

16 comments:

archana said...

Wow, what a fine spread! Welcome aboard Sangeetha, will come back to read more from you. All the best
Archana

saakshi said...

Thanks Archana, I appreciate your warm gesture. I'm new to this....hope I survive in this widespread blogger's world.

saakshi said...

Oh, by the way my real name is sangeetha but i go by my pseudoname saakshi.....thought i better tell you before you wonder who saakshi is?

Latha said...

Hi Sangeetha,

Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. That is one yummy looking spread out there. I am so hungry now!
I miss mom's cookign too :-(
By the way, I am from the wonderful city of Bangalore too. After all these years it is still my favourite place in the world! Hoping to go back soon.
Cheers
Latha

saakshi said...

Hi Latha, Thanks for looking. Happy to find more people from bangalore....we also miss home and wanna go back. Well atleast we have common things to talk about...that's wonderful, keep checking back for some karnataka specials. Ciao

Anonymous said...

Hi Sangeetha,

Way to Go!!!!!

Great Blog! Will keep it my favourites! I know Sathyan has forced you to mention he is one who taught you all this ...LOL!
Needless to say, he is a good cook!
Congrats!

sapna said...

hi sangee,

wow!!!!1 this is awesome. i miss all your north indian curries which you made for us at our get together parties....!! hope u'l be back with us soon......all the best.

Vani said...

Hi Sangee, Surprise, Surprise!! I'd heard so much about ur mom's n dad's cooking n wondering how to steal those secrets! Well now I dont have to hack my brains anymore-thanks to you. You're doing a great job.......nd I bet your recipes r gonna be a hit.......Look forward to grab all those secrets .........Good luck!!

sapna said...

hi sangee.......
looking forward for few sweet recipes...

sapna said...

hi sangee.......
looking forward for few sweet recipes...

sapna said...

hi sangee.......
looking forward for few sweet recipes...

Anonymous said...

Hey Sangee..great blog! I enjoy reading all your recipes and even tried them during my parties. My friends loved it! I always keep looking for more and more of your recipes..Great going girl..

Lakshmi

shruthi said...

hey sis!!

ive been tryin to hide this blog away from all my frndz.... god, life has bcme worse for me... nw everyone thinks i can cook real well too.... (he he he!!) But no worries ... i have the original magic wand... "mom" to create yummy food and then.. myself, to show off all the hard work ( hardly ny work from my side)in office...

sonu said...

hi saakshi,
nice blog,i am also from bangalore ,iyengar.i will try all the recipies u have shared.keep up the good work
all the best

Anonymous said...

Dear Sangeetha,
I am a frequent visitor for all the blogs. I have a passion for cooking and i am a good eater too ;-).Your blog name 'annasarupalya' stole my attention .Today i tried your mint medley, tasted good. now its my daughter turn to appreciate it.
And I also come from Bangalore. Currently in Singapore.
I liked your janmasatami and golu pictures
-Chethana

Anonymous said...

Hey

Your blog is superb and different from other websites.Very good work.When ever i visit your blog i feel like i am back in karnataka.

Please keep it going

Veda