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    Batura with chicken sambal, that I made recently...


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    Vegetarian Murtabak

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    Sir naaku oruthu....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avadi to America View Post
    Sir naaku oruthu....
    adhukke ippadinaa, idhukku eppadi?

    Chicken perattal/sambal, Japanese tofu with egg/prawn and thavusa murungakeerai thannisaar.


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    நாம் உண்ணும் உணவில், பருப்பு வகைகளை சேர்த்து கொண்டாலே ஆரோக்கியம் நிலைக்கும் என்பதில் எவ்வித சந்தேகமுமில்லை.

    பருப்பினை தொடர்ச்சியாக சாப்பிட்டு வந்தால், புற்றுநோய், இதய நோய், மாரடைப்பு, பக்கவாதம், டைப்-2 நீரிழிவு போன்றவற்றின் தாக்கத்தில் இருந்து தப்பிக்கலாம்.

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    Idlis with Mutton Varuval (dinner):



    Cold Evening Hot Delight: Bajji (Onion, Potato and Green Chilli)

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    Looks good Karthi....
    The last I cooked was on Deepavali day -



    1. Chicken sambal, 2. Mutton perattal, 3. Butter rice, 4. Mutton dalcha, 5. Prawn masala, 6. Dried fruit achar, 7. Mixed vegetables, 8. Cucumber pachadi, 9. Japanese tofu with prawn & egg.

    Nothing gives me more happiness than when my children relish every morsel of food I cook... all my tiredness vanish when they hug me and say, thanks. The contentment and happiness I see on their faces is worth all the exhaustion. ������
    Nine dishes - all 100% home made. ��
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    Mutton Varuval with Pepper

    Vessel : non-stick pressure cooker
    For cleaning meat : 2 tablespoon Sesame oil and 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder

    Ingredients
    (add more or less according to your likeness)

    Mutton 1/2 kilo (with bones)
    Onions 1 medium
    Dry red Chilli 3 medium
    Jeera (Cummin Seeds) 2 and 1/2 teaspoon
    Turmeric powder 1/2 teaspoon
    Oil (I used Kadal Ennai)
    Pepper seeds - 2 teaspoon (attention to how much you add, it can turn the dish quite hot)
    Coriander seeds 1 teaspoon
    Curry leaves
    Salt

    Preparation


    1/ Grind to powder (no need to fry the grains, but they have to be quite dry) : 2 Red Chilli, 2 teaspoon Pepper Seeds, 1 teaspoon Corriander Seeds, 2 teaspoon Cummin seeds.

    2/ Wash the meat well. Mix it with turmeric powder and sesame oil. Set aside for 15 minutes. Wash it thoroughly again. This will kill any germs that are still present in the meat. A Must to do.

    3/ Heat non-stick pressure cooker and heat oil. Add 1/2 teaspoon cummin seeds and allow it to splatter. Then add 1 dry chilli and then curry leaves.

    4/ Add chopped onions and fry until they turn white (do not burn them).

    5/ Add meat and turn them constantly until they are coated with oil (the meat will turn white).

    6/ Add turmeric powder and mix well. (Stir 2 minutes).

    7/ Add the grinded masala and mix well. (Stir 2 minutes).

    Note: Check the flame. Set it to medium if the meat or the masala sticks to the pan.

    8/ Add one cup of water. Add salt. Allow to boil. Close the lid and pressure cook it for minimum 15 minutes (or until the meat is tender).

    Note : Pressure cooking time depends on the texture of the meat. Generally I cook mutton for about 25 minutes in low flame after the first whistle. Even while preparing Biriyani, I pre-cook the meat in the quantity of water used for rice. Then I add rice directly (without adding any more water) and cook it for 7 minutes.

    9/ Allow the pan to cool down and then open it. In low flame stir the dish to get needed consistency. This dish can be gravy (for Idilis) or dry (for rice/sambhar/rassam).

    Optional, For Chukka : Heat the iron tawa to maximum. Drop the meat when the tawa is hot. Constantly turn the sticking meat. You have to be quick. Stir until the meat sticks with each other. A wonderful side dish for chapathis.
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    Bajji

    Ingredients
    (the ratio is important, adjust the quantity according to how much Bajji you wish to make)

    Gram flour 3/4 cup
    Rice Flour 1/4 cup
    Baking Power 1/4 teaspoon
    Salt
    Powdered fennel (Somb) seeds 1/4 teaspoon
    Water

    Ginger/garlic paste 1/2 teaspoon (optional)
    Red Colour (optional)

    Potatoes, cauliflower, oninon, Green Chillis, eggs, green plantation ... etc.

    Preparation

    1/ Mix all the powers well. Add water little by little while stirring. The batter must be quite thick (like idli batter) so that it can stick to the vegetable.

    Note: If by mistake you added more water, try to bring back the thickness by adding the ratio of Gram flour:Rice flour. If the batter is liquid, it will create holes while cooking and the vegetable will draw too much oil. Consistency is quite important.

    2/ Peal potatoes/onions/green plantain. Cut them into slices. Spread them over a kitchen paper to absorb most of their dampness. (Egg should be fully boiled. Always use sliced eggs and not full ones. Cauliflower must be seperated from its bouquet and use only tiny pieces for quick cooking. Green Chilli, as you wish. I like them, but they are quite hot).

    3/ Heat enough oil so that the Bajji can float (thrice more than the oil you use to cook appallams). When the oil is at meduim hot (too hot will burn the batter and will not cook the vegetable inside), dip the vegetable in the batter by coating them completely and drop them in the oil. Trun them constantly. Remove and spread them on the kitchen paper to absord oil.

    Optional: Sprinkle chat masala or vegetable masala or dip the vegetables in dry Kasuri Methi (Fenugreek) leaves before coating them in the batter for added taste. Serve with mint and tamarind chutney.
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