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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Black and White Wednesday - August 29 - Week 47

Black and White Wednesday - August 29 - Week 47:

Susan, authoress of the well-seasoned cook blog was lining up the hosts some time back. I was impressed to see the hosts lined up. On her confirmation hosting Week 47's BWW for this week.

Was on rest for 3 months as I underwent few surgeries. Kick started today after seeing the mails sent from BWW-Week#47 participants.

Before posting it let me tell you the importance of these two colors "Black" and "White".
Source: http://www.infoplease.com/spot/colors1.html

Black:

Black is the color of authority and power. It implies submission. It is popular in fashion because it makes people appear thinner. It is also stylish and timeless.

White:

White symbolizes innocence and purity. White reflects light and is considered a summer color. White is popular in decorating and in fashion because it is light, neutral, and goes with everything. Doctors and nurses wear white to imply sterility.

Don't miss Week #48 - BWW which is at Tomato Blues hosted by Anusha. Send in your entries to anusapraj AT gmail DOT com

Coming to BWW Week#47 entries which are as follows:

Blogger Name: Elizabeth
Blog Name: Blog From OUR Kitchen
Picture Name: Copper Bowl
Sent Date: 23-Aug

 

Blogger Name: Simona
Blog Name: Briciole
Picture Name: apples and peppers at the farmers' market
Sent Date: 26-Aug


Blogger Name: Madhu
Blog Name: The Melting Pot
Picture Name: Dumplings Savory
Sent Date: 27-Aug


Blogger Name: Siri P
Blog Name:  Cooking with Siri
Picture Name: Roadside Bhajias
Sent Date: 27-Aug


Blogger Name: Cinzia
Blog Name:  Cindy Star Blog
Picture Name: Coco Rouge Beans
Sent Date: 27-Aug

Blogger Name: Hema
Blog Name:  Hema's Adugemane
Picture Name: 
Sent Date: 29-Aug


Blogger Name:Anh
Sent Date: 29-Aug


Thanks to all who made me feel great by sending in their photos.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Okra Fry - South Indian Veg Thali

Okra Fry - South Indian Veg Thali:

April and May are special months in our house, As April has got Ugadi and my beloved hubby's birthday on April 24th. On this same day, Master Blaster, cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and well-known Kannada famous Actor Late Mr.Rajakumar's Birthday.
Aadya tasting his cake before he cut

Aditya - Aadya - Birthday

Our Family in Ooty
On May 5th it is my first son, Aditya's Birthday and on 6th my second son, Aadya's Birthday. This year the former turned 9 and the latter turned 1. But the celebration was very normal :(. This year we celebrated both of our sons birthday on 6th May and there were our family including our in-laws and our elder sister-in-law and their family.

On May 13th, my Father-in-law and Mother-in-law wedding anniversary. They completed 38th anniversary this year. Mother's day was also fell on the same day.
 
One more thing is my little sister-in-law who stays in Vizag had come down to celebrate her summer vacations along with their children and hubby for 5 days and we all had been to Deccan Plaza, Ooty Veg Resort called as Olives, is a Multicuisine Veg Resort but which was well sophisticated with maximum facilities. Hence the months, April and May is really special to us.

Elder SIL family
Younger SIL family



Recipe introduction:
South Indian Thali
South Indians have more rice compared to North Indians, and a South Indian Veg Thali definitely consists of poriyal, sambar/pappu, rasam, curds and rice. I have two fries instead of poriyal in this Thali.









My thali comprises of:
Rice
Carrot Poriyal
Okra Fry
Curds

In this post, I am speaking about Okra Fry.
Ingredients:
Chopped Okra / Bhindi - 2 cups
Vinegar - 1 1/2 tsp
Urad Dhal - 1 tsp
Channa Dhal - 1 tsp
Mustard Seeds - 1 tsp
Salt - to taste (2 tsp)
Red Chilly Powder - 1 tbsp
Curry leaves - few
Okra Fry
Oil - 2 tbsp

Method:
Heat wok/kadai with oil in that
Add mustards to it and allow it to splutter, followed by urad dhal and channa dhal Add vinegar to the mixture and immediately add Okra  to the oil and fry them well
Finally once you feel Okra is crispy or it is done, add salt and red chilly powder and mix well
Serve as part of your thali

Note: Vinegar was added to retain the shape of the bhindis. Learnt from my hubby.

Submitting this post to:
Event: BWW-#33
Frequency: Weekly on Wednesday it will get published
Venue: Sara's corner by Saraswathi Iyer 
Started by: Susan.