Gobi Karaari / Cabbage Subzi – Help, Wanted In The Kitchen!!!

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Muttai Koss Masala Varuval: Sometimes, I involve AK into my cooking. Hmmm, just for a change and some help in the kitchen. However, the each time he offers me to cook…I would be scared to see the generous portions of oil going into my dish, pretty mad to take care of those large skillets in [...]

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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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Muttai-Koss Kootu / Cabbage Kootu

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Koss Kootu: Ingredients: Cabbage 1 small head – choppedChana 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 mushy. [...]

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Muttai Koss-Siruparuppu Poriyal / Cabbage-Mung Dal Subzi / Cabbage Kura

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Cabbage Thoran: Ingredients: Cabbage 1 small head – sliced thinlyMung dal(lentils) 1 cup soaked for 20 minutesSalt to tasteGreen chilies 3 slicedCurry leaves fewMustard seeds 1/4 spoonCumin seeds 1/4 spoonOil few spoons. Method: Cook lentils along with salt till tender…not mushy, hope you got me! In a wide wok, heat oil. Add the tempering spices. [...]

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Purple Cabbage Usili

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Red Cabbage Usili: Ingredients: Cabbage – layered and choppedMustard seeds 1/2 spoonCumin seeds 1/2 spoonChana dal 1/2 spoonUrad dal 1/2 spoonCurry leaves fewGreen chilies 3 finely choppedDry red chilies 6Thuvar dal 1 cup(soaked in water for 20 minutes)Ginger-garlic paste 1 spoonFennel seeds 3 spoonsSalt(to grind with dal)Salt for beansTurmeric 1 pinchCurry leaves few(to grind)Oil 2 [...]

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Mixed Vegetables Masal Vadai – Spicy Veg Fritters

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Mixed Vegetables Masal Vadai: Kaikari Paruppu Vadai. Kaikari Masala Vadai. Ingredients: Ingredients: Oil for fryingChana dal 1 cupChoice of you veggies – finely choppedOnions finely choppedGreen chilies finely choppedMint leaves fewSaltCilantro leavesCurry leavesGinger 2″ gratedGarlic paste 1/2 spoonDry red chili flakesFennel seeds – powdered 1 spoonFennel seeds 1/2 spoonCloves 2 crushedCinnamon 1 small stick crushed [...]

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Mixed Vegetables Stir-Fry – Flavors of Coconut Oil

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Carrot-Beans-Cabbage Poriyal: Though I never liked any of the hostel’s mess food,(I lived in)…but somehow, I unconditionally fix some of their recipes I managed upon. This aint a fancy menu, kind of fix recipe while cleaning the pantry. Here is a recipe for your leftover stuff: Just toss some of your favorite vegetables, temper them [...]

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Cabbage Usili – Treating Vegetables Special:)

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Muttai Koss Paruppu Usili: Muttacose Paruppu Usili. Koss Usili. Did I tell you this? When I tried (yeah, didn’t succeed)to practice vegetarianism for the past few months…I happend to discover my own culinary skills. Before that, I never paid attention to the vegetables…used to stock them up as a routine stuff, and stir-fry in a [...]

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Egg Rolls

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Egg Rolls: Sudden fix with left over stuff! Towards the end of the week, I tend to clean up all the left over stuff and make use of long lying eggs, vegetables and dough! Evening snack, ready in minutes! Ingredients: Rolling Sheets: All purpose – doughEgg white 1 – for egg washOil for bastingDry Flour [...]

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Beer Battered Veg Seekh Kebabs

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Vegetable Kebabs: Beer Battered Vegetable Kebabs, Beer Battered Kebabs. Meat alternative Kebabs. One place I really enjoy eating out is Delhi, over the series of successive dynasties, it had brought great influence in their culture and food. I consider ‘Delhi’ as the best place for eating out. Whether its punjabi Dhaba, Rajputs food, Afgani’s cuisine, [...]

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