Sunday, April 22, 2012

Mushroom sabji

Wash and cut the mushrooms in desired shape. Also chop onions, green chillis and tomatoes into small pieces.

Heat oil, add onions and green chillis and fry for few minutes. Now add ginger-garlic paste and toss for a while. Now when the raw smell is away add tomatoes, turmeric powder, chilli powder, coriander powder, garam masala, salt and cook till they become a creamy paste. Add water if necessary. 

Once its done add the mushrooms and cook for 5-10 minutes till its done.
Garnish with coriander leaves and chopped spring onions.

Mint chutney

Take 2 spoonfull of channa dhal and urad dhal. Also clean and wash the mint leaves.

Heat little oil and fry them. When they are little brownish in colour remove them to a mixer jar. Add the mint leaves and toss them in the remaining oil till the time they are not raw anymore.

Add them to the mixer jar as well. Then add needed quantity salt, red chillis, grated coconut(little amount) and a piece of tamarind. Add little water and grind it in the mixer till it becomes a smooth chutney.

This Mint chutney or Green chutney can be had as a side dish for idli, dosa, samosa, bajji, bonda, etc and also as a spread while making Sandwich, Frankie, Rolls, Burger etc.,

Home-made Falooda

Serves 4:

Take needed quantity vermicelli, sugar (as per ur taste for sweetness), small pieces of cashew nuts, pista, badam and 2 spoons of cornflour. Add any flavor like Orange, Strawberry, Chocolate or Vanilla if you have. Can also add any flavor of cream to it.

Take 1 litre of milk and heat it. When its hot add the above ingredients in the milk, mix well and let it boil.

Switch the burner off when it boils. Let it cool down and then add the mix in bowls or cups and keep it in the freezer.

Now the thanda thanda - cool cool Falooda is ready for the hot summer. :-)