Mung Beans Noodles – Tastefully Herbivoracious:)

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Mung Bean Noodles:(Thai Style) Ingredients: Mung bean noodles 1 small bundleSoy sauceGinger 2″ gratedGarlic 3 clove mincedRed chili flakes – as per tastePepper powder – maybeThai red chili 2 slicedMixed vegetables of your choiceHoney 1/4 spoonGrated toasted peanuts few to garnishPeanut oil few spoons. Method: Cook noodles briefly in warm water, as per the directions(in [...]

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Kale Vepudu / Kale-Nilakadalai Poriyal

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Kale Vepudu: Somehow, I missed publishing this recipe, until a friend of mine (Preetha) reminded me! As I was going on and on, how I could relate Kale with that of Murungai Keerai(Native Indian Greens)…I realized that my long lying pictures, in the draft, were kind of blurry. I don’t find them usually in the [...]

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Thai Style Bok Choy and Shrimps Fried Noodles

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Bok Choy and Shrimps Fried Noodles: Ingredients: Noodles – a bunchBok choyCarrotBeansCabbageBell peppers/CapsicumEggs 2 – scrambledShrimps with shells 1 cupSesame oilChinese 5 spice powderRed chili flakesGinger 1″ gratedGarlic 2 mincedThick soy sauceChili sauceGarlic-sesame soy sauceHoney 1/2 spoonGrated peanuts 1 cupChili flakes 2 spoonsGreen onions to garnish. Method: Cook the noodles alias pasta as per the [...]

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Super Hot Tinda Vepudu

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Tinda Vepudu:(Andhra Style) Kovaikai Poriyal. Tindora Subzi. Tendli Vepudu. Tendli Kari. Tinda Masala. Gerkins Varuval. Kovakai Varuval. Dondakaya Vepudu. Ingredients: Ivy Gourd 1 cup – sliced Garlic with skin 4-7 cloves crushed Dry red chilies 3 crushed Salt Turmeric 1/4 spoon Chili powder 1 spoon Peanuts – toasted 1 fistful – grated Sesame oil few [...]

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Baghara Tamatar – Getting my Creative Tabs Working!

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Tamatar Ki Salan:(Hyderabadi Style) Bagara Tamatar. Bahara Tamatar. Baghara Tomato. Tamatar Ki Salan. Ingredients: Green chilies 3 Tomatoes 4-6 Turmeric 1/4teaspoon Salt to taste Tamarind paste 1/4 spoon Bay leaves 2 Roast each separately and powder them together: Peanuts 1 table spoon Dry coconut 1 tablespoon Cumin seeds 1 spoon Fry in little oil and [...]

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Peanuts Sundal – Rainy Day Snack

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Groundnut Sundal:(Country Style) Verkadalai Sundal. Nilakadalai Sundal. Spiced Peanuts. Peanuts Fry. Spicy Ground Nuts. Ingredients: Fresh raw peanuts 1 cupSaltTurmeric 1 pinchMustard seeds 1/4 spoonCumin seeds 1/4 spoonAsafoetida 1 pinchDry red chilies 2Curry leaves fewOil few spoons. Method: Boil raw fresh peanuts along with pod for at least half an hour. If you use pressure [...]

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Drumstick Greens & Peanuts – Stir Fry

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Murungai Keerai Poriyal: Muringa ilai poriyal. Muringa Leaves Stir-fry. One of the best method to have bitter tasting greens is to stir-fry them with peanuts. It stops that gastric juice reflux from the tummy. As a true omnivore’ I tend to stay away from anything ‘bitter’ as much as possible (like many I guess and [...]

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Sesame & Cilantro Fritters

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Til aur Kothamir Vadi:(Maharastrian Style) Ellu-Kothamalli Vadai. Til ka Vade. Corinader leaves Vada. Ingredients: Oil for deep fryingChana dal/chick peas 1 cupBlack sesame seeds 1 fistfulPeanuts/cashew nuts 1 fistfulCilantro 1 bunch choppedJaggery 1 spoonTamarind pulp 1-2 spoonsOnions finely choppedGreen chilies finely choppedSaltCurry leavesGinger 2″ gratedGarlic paste 1/2 spoonDry red chili flakesFennel seeds – powdered 1 [...]

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Mirchi Ki Salan

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Mirchi Ki Salan: Reposting (Hyderabadi Dish) Ingredients: Green chilies, as much as you wantTurmeric 1/4tspoonCoriander seeds powder1/2 tspoonCumin seedsSalt to tasteTamarind pasteCoconut grated 2 spoonsAsafoetida Roast each separately and powder them together: PeanutsSesame seedsCumin seeds Fry in little oil and wet grind these to paste: OnionTomatoGarlic gratedGinger grated Method: Heat oil in a large frying [...]

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Radish Greens Poriyal

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Radish Greens Poriyal: Radish Greens Vepudu. Mullangi Keerai Poriyal. Most of them, use beets and radish and throw way the greens! Well…these greens are also rich in vitamins! Radish greens contains more vitamin C than the root! Like many other cruciferous vegetables/greens(Cabbage family) these radish greens posses cancer-protecting properties! The high sulfur from these greens [...]

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