Sunday, December 16, 2007

Cooking from other blogs.......Gobi Manchurian, Oats Upma, Stuffed Brinjal Curry, Set-Dosa

Last Night I wanted to make something hot and spicy. I was browsing through all the websites of my fellow bloggers and saw this awesome picture of Gobi manchurian on Seema's "Recipe junction". I must say the Gobi Manchurian tasted soooooooooo good, it was a hit! Thanks Seema for the wonderful recipe. It indeed tastes restaurant style.

You can find the recipe here


Now for some pictures:

The Ingredients:









Gobi Manchurian with pulao: I know the combination is weird but thought it was a nice picture to share.


Enjoy and do try this recipe out.

OATS UPMA:

Here's another healthy recipe from Indira's "Mahanandi"- Oats Upma. It is delicious and you will look at oats in a whole new way. People who don't enjoy oats also might happen to like it. You will find the recipe here





STUFFED BRINJAL CURRY:

Here's another delicious recipe from Prema Sundar's "Prema's Cookbook". You will find the recipe here


The brinjals cut and stuffed with the paste:





Chapathis and curry:


SET- DOSA:

Yup.....seems like I am on a 'cooking from other blogs' spree. Well, here's another comfort food recipe from Seema's "Recipe Junction".

The photos speak for itself. I need not say anything BUT.....follow Seema's recipe right and you will not be disappointed. You will find the recipe here


The batter perfectly fermented. You can see the holes....


The dosa cooking on the griddle


Set-Dosa with Beetroot sagu (I will be posting this recipe soon)

7 comments:

Seema Bhat said...

Saakshi,
I am glad you and your family liked gobi manchurian recipe. The picture looks yummy. Its been long since I have made it and you made me crave for this all over again. Hee hee ;-).

bindiya said...

I would go for this combo anyday :)

vimmi said...

It looks yummy. Not a wierd combo at all. Spicy manchurian with pulav, great.

saakshi said...

Thanks Seema, Bindiya and Vimmi. I too like the pulao-manchurian combo.

Mansi Desai said...

that looks great saakshi! I so need something like that right now!!:)

Vagdevi said...

I want to know how to make doodh peda.If you have the recepie, please put it in your blog with nice pictures...

thanks

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