Omlette Appam – Idle Cooking!

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Mutta Appam: Hmmm, certainly not so proud of my creation, today. But, it must be a good tasting one though (if prepared with care)!!…as this recipe was shared by one of my online friend ‘Preetha’. Thanks for sharing this recipe with me, dear…I appreciate it:) Well, when she gave me the recipe, it sounded unique…as [...]

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Kul-Kuls – Anglo Indian Christmas Cookies

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Inippu Seepu Seedai:( Chettinad special) On the other day, I was cleaning up all the unwanted pictures from my database. I came across this old recipe in the draft, which was scheduled to be published two years ago! Though the picture looks odd, I could guarantee that the cookies were tasty. And coming to the [...]

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Egg Sambal – Super Hot!

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Ande Sambal: Mutta Sambal, Guddulu Sambal. Muttai Thokku. Ingredients: Hard boiled eggs 4 Sambal paste 1 table spoon Purple onion 1 large – sliced into rings Salt to taste Oil few spoons. Alternate for Sambal Paste: Dry Shrimps few teaspoons Two large tomatoes Garlic 7 pods Dry red chilies 7 Sesame oil. Stir-fry everything together [...]

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Mutta Masala – Hot and Spicy!

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Egg Masala: Chettinad Style Egg Masala. Egg Chettinad. Muttai Masala Varuval. Mutta Varuthadhu. Ingredients: Eggs 4-6 boiled n peeled Salt Turmeric 1/4 spoon Chili powder 1 spoon Fresh tamarind 1 large pod Sesame oil 1/2 tablespoon Curry leaves few. Spices Required: Dry coconut 2 spoons Coriander seeds 2 spoons Fenugreek seeds 1/4 spoon Poppy seeds [...]

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Qeema Kofta Shorba – A Little Bit Of More

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Kheema Kofta Soup: Other Names: Mutton Kola Urundai Soup. Minced Meat Balls Soup. Mutton Keema Kofta Soup. Kaima Kofta Soup. Ingredients: For Kofta For Soup Oil few spoonsOnion 1 small bulbGreen chili 1Garlic 1″ gratedGarlic 1 clove mincedTomato 1 crushedMutton broth 4-6 cupsEgg 1 numberCilantro leaves fewPepper powder to taste Method: In a wide wok, [...]

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Ande-Simla Mirchi Bhurji – Tastefully Simple:)

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Scrambled Eggs with Bell Peppers: Other Names: Scrambled Eggs with Capsicum. Kudaimilagai -Muttai Podimass. People often misjudge me, that I am an active girl! Many keep handing down their responsibilities to me at work front and at home!! Come on, man…I am super lazy at times!! Well, I am actually smart enough to trick people’ [...]

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Bahara Ande / Eggs in Peanuts Based Sauce – Hyderbadi Style

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Mutta Curry: I am happy to post yet another ‘Egg Recipe’. If you have gone through my previous posts, you probably know my love for eggs. Safe-Handy-Easy…I have used a ton of different methods for cooking eggs. Well, it never ruined my dinner:) Ingredients: Eggs 4 – soft boiledOnion 1 large gratedGinger-garlic paste 1 spoonTomatoes [...]

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Kale and Cheese Omelette – The Infinite Variable

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Kale-Cheese Dinner Omelet: So you know spinach omelet…and why not Kale? Isn’t it a perfect choice to include some greens in your diet. Whenever I had to fix a bitter-tasting greens…I put some extra effort to make it quite appealing and palatable. The moment I saw this recipe on Kalyn’s Kitchen, I knew that I [...]

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Cabbage – Eggs Kootu / Muttai Koss + Muttai Kootu

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Koss Kootu: Ingredients: Cabbage 1 small head – choppedEggs 2Chana dhal 1 cupGreen chilies 3 choppedGinger 2″ gratedGarlic 4 cloves mincedOnion 1 large choppedTomato 1 crushedSaltTurmeric 1/4 spoonChili powder 1 spoonOil few spoonsMustard seeds 1/4 spoonCumin seeds 1/4 spoonAsafoetida 1 pinchCurry leaves fewCilantro to garnish. Method: Cook lentils with enough water, till tender but not [...]

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Fried Pepper Eggs / Milagu Varutha Muttai – Good Addition To Your Meal!

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Fried Pepper Eggs: Ingredients: Boiled eggs 4Garlic 7 cloves crushedCurry leaves fewMustard seeds 1/4 spoonSaltPepper powder – freshly ground 1-2 spoonOil few spoons. Method: Heat oil in a pan, add mustard, garlic and curry leaves. Then add eggs, salt and pepper…fry till aromatic. Serve warm as a side dish for your lunch or dinner.

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