GOSHT GAJAR MEHTI KI BHAJI SALAN/ MUTTON CARROT FENUGREEK LEAVES CURRY




This is a traditional standard recipe from my mother. The combination of meat, vegetables and fenugreek leaves gives a wonderful taste to the curry. Since this is a standard recipe, you can replace carrots with potatoes or peas or beetroots. Each curry has its own flavour and tastes delicious. This is a versatile curry and hence can be served with idlis, dosas, rice or chapathi.

CHICKEN TIKKA MASALA




Chicken Tikka Masala is a popular chicken delicacy known the world over. Here boneless chicken is marinated in a host of spices and curd and grilled to perfection. It is then cooked with delicious and spicy gravy made of tomatoes and cream.  Chicken Tikka is often prepared in a tandoor, but we can also make use of our otg to make the Chicken Tikkas at home. Chicken Tikka can also be served as an appetizer with sliced onions and green chutney.

GUEST QUEST - WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT







Hope you had a great time going through the recipes in the round up Part 1 and Part 2. I was amazed at the wide variety of recipes sent for the event and picking the winners was not easy as many were equally good. Of course every participant is a winner and if we had the choice we would have selected all, but there can be only one winner for each category and only one winner for the best dish.

GUEST QUEST ROUND UP PART- 2




I am sure you would have had a visual treat in the First part of the Round up.  Continuing it, i present the second part where more wonderful recipes are in store. Thanks to all my blogger friends for sending so many recipes. The winners will be announced in the next post.... :)



GUEST QUEST ROUND UP PART 1




Hello, I am back with the round up of my first blog event Guest Quest. Thank you so much ladies for your overwhelming response in sending so many delicious recipes. The sheer delay in posting the round up occurred as it took time to manage such a huge collection of entries…..  I received a total of 183 entries and since this is such a long list, I am doing the roundup in two parts.

So, without much ado, I am presenting the first part of the roundup. I am sure you will find plenty of delicious recipes here to try out when guests keep knocking at your door.

BROAD BEANS STIR FRY





Broad beans (also called Avarakkai in Tamil and Sem ki phalli in Urdu & Hindi) is a type of green beans that is rich in fibre, potassium and other vital nutrients. It can be used to make curries, stir fries, etc. This simple stir fry can be cooked in less than 15 minutes and tastes delicious.


STIR FRIED VEGETABLES WITH NOODLES







This is a very simple and easy to cook noodle recipe that can be served either for breakfast or dinner. It gets done in less than 20 minutes and tastes delicious. I have used carrots, beans and capsicums but you can use any vegetable of your choice.




SAMBAR SADAM IN A PRESSURE COOKER





Sambar sadam/ rice is a healthy and delicious rice preparation made using lentils, vegetables and spices. It is a common lunch variety in several south Indian homes and is often served with poriyal and papad. Since Sambar sadam usually has a semi gravy consistency, the proportion of water used here is more compared to other rice varieties. Sambar rice can be cooked in less than 30 minutes.

CHICKEN PAELLA (DETAILED RECIPE)





Paella is a Spanish rice dish made using meat, vegetables and seasoning. There are several variations of Paella depending on the ingredients used and this is a very simple and easy to cook Paella made using Chicken meat. You can try this when you wish to try something new. I have already shared this recipe, but this is a more detailed post with step by step photos.

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