Friday, April 27

Winner Of MasterChef India 2 Bloggers Contest

Recently Indiblogger has hosted MasterChef India 2 Bloggers contest. I had also participated in that contest and had almost forgotten after submitting my recipe. I could not have expected any better surprise than this. I was selected as one of the winners in MasterChef India 2 Bloggers contest and given award-MasterChef Mug and autograph from show chef host's Vikas Khanna, Ajay Chopra and Kunal Kapur. Thanks to Indiblogger and MasterChef India for giving me such a wonderful award!!!
Winning Recipe Egg Onion Dosa.

Friday, April 20

Stuffed Brinjal!!!

Brinjal commonly known as the eggplant, brinjal is one of the most easily available and affordable vegetables. In its unripe form, it is a large greenish-whitish vegetable and when ripe, it turns a deep violet. Brinjal can be cooked in many different ways and provides many essential nutrients that are needed for overall well-being of the body. In fact, one can even take brinjal soup to attain maximum benefits from this vegetable. It is a very good source of potassium and contains a high content of water and fiber.. Source from Lifestyle Lounge.

3 brinjal
1 large onion, 1 green chilli, 5 garlic cloves, finely chopped
Pickle masala (any pickle)
Salt and Oil as requires.

Cooking Method
Wash the brinjal well and dry on a towel until completely dry. Make a small hole on top of the brinjal and remove the seeds. keep them aside. In a large mixing bowl, add all the above ingredients and make a mixture. Then stuff the prepared mixture into the brinjal.

In a pan, heat the oil and place all the brinjal. Cover and cook on a low flame till the brinjal are done (about 20 to 25 minutes). Remove the lid and allow to crispen. Serve with hot Roti's..

Wednesday, April 4

Roasted Chilli Potato's

Potato's are always been my favorite. I can eat potato's in any form, it is been a long time i had cooked only potato sabji or stirfry. Last week i felt like eating this roaste chilli potato, i usually cook with only dry masala powder. But this time i wanted to use different ingredients. So i tried with green chilli and coriander leafs it turn out very tasty. It is very important to roast potato's in the end, so that i gets crispy and little dry too. Dry potato sabji goes very well with roti's...

3 medium size potatos (Cut into small size pieces)
4tbsp chopped coriander leafs, 2 green chilli, 10 curry leafs
1tsp ginger garlic paste, 1/2tsp black pepper seeds
1/2tsp turmeric, 1/2tsp coriander powder, 1/2tsp garam masala
2tbsp oil, Salt to taste.

Cooking Method
In a blender, add coriander leafs, green chilli, curry leafs, ginger garlic paste and black pepper seeds. Grind to a smooth paste. 
In a frying pan add oil, when the oil is hot, add masala paste and fry till it starts leaving oil, then add the dry masala powder and fry for 2minutes. 
Now add potato's and salt, mix them all together, cover the lid and allow the potato's to cook completely. 
Once the potato's are cooked open the lid and roast for few minutes. 
Serve hot with Roti or as a Side dish.
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