Author Archives: Azeema


Chicken Cutlet

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Chicken Cutlet is nothing but a shallow or deep fried patties that can be prepared with vegetables or meat or fish or any fillings of your choice. They are often served as a tea time snack or at kitty tea parties. The cutlets also makes a great and a filling lunch box dish for your kids when placed between 2 slices of bread or bun :-)

The patties can be made well in advance and stored in fridge even upto 2 weeks or more in freezer but me being a person who doesn...

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Poori Bhaji

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Poori is a very popular Indian Deep Fried bread and is made mostly with whole wheat flour and are usually served with a side potato dish, dry or curried. Potatoes and pooris are a made for each other combo. Some Prefer to have pooris with raita or any kurmas tooo. Pooris are also served in the north india with a sweet dish sooji (semolina) halwa and in gujarat and maharashtra with aamras a mango pulp or shrikhand...

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Pulissery (Morkuzhambu)

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Pulissery is a signature Kerala curry made with curd. It is served as the last curry of the Onam Sadhya before serving the pradhaman (desert). Some of its close relatives from other states include Moru Curry from Tamil nadu and Kadhi from Punjab, Rajasthan and Gujarat.

Pulissery is made with different vegetables. The vegetable is first cooked with salt and turmeric powder. A ground paste of coconut, cumin seeds, garlic and green chilly is added...

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Onion Rava Dosa

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This crisp and instant rava dosa comes handy when you run out of idli/dosa batter or whenever you have the desire to eat rava dosa instantly.

I made coconut chutney and tiffin sambar for this but you can serve rava dosa with any chutney of your choice.

Ingredients:
Rava – 1 cup
Rice Flour – 1 cup
Onion – 1, big, finely chopped
Green Chillies – 2 to 3, finely chopped
Ginger – 1 one inch piece, peeld, grated
Black Peppercorns – 1 tsp (optional)
Cumi...

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Rasmalai

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Rasmalai is a popular Bengali dessert/sweet made by soaking soft paneer balls (Rasgullas) in a sweetened milk called rabri and served chilled, garnished with nuts. The name Ras Malai comes from two parts in Hindi: “Ras” meaning “juice” and “Malai”, meaning “cream”. (Wikipedia)

I had quite a fans for my Rasmalai at work place :-) and it was always a hit among everyone that i served it to...

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