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Showing posts with label Kids Delight. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kids Delight. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 29, 2012



I was wondering if at all I have to write a simple post, then what it could be? Here was one remaining in my draft since a long time.

Due to hectic work pressure and sick health I thought of writing into my blog atleast on Tuesday and Thursday. 

Tuesday because I have become fond of Black and White Wednesday started by Susan and this week, which is Week #34 is going to be hosted by Sra on her blog "When My Soup Came Alive". The theme of this event is, whatever picture you send should be related to food but in black and white. Really the picture if taken in a beautiful camera then B&W pic also looks beautiful.

Corn in Black & White
Black and White are the two colors which are opposite in nature. Former absorbs more radiant energy than the latter one and thus the cooling is affected. (Source: Physics@Littleshop) Compared this with life, some situations are cool enough to handle while some are very tough to deal like the exam starting day and the ending day. Starting day would be very tensed for average students like me :) but on the last day of the exam when it is over, "hurray, a big dance". But indeed it was great to be a student than a working professional :(.

If you remember, B & W TeleVision was launched first then they switched over to Color Television. For more information, kindly read wikipedia.

Frozen Corn - 100 gms (store one)
Butter - 1 tbsp
Red Chilli Powder - 2 tsp
Salt - 2 tsp
Chaat Masala - 1 tsp
Water - 2 cups

Remove the frozen corn and allow it to come to room temperature.
Boil water and when it is completely hot, simmer the stove and steam the corn in a colander by keeping it on top of hot water for 10 to 15 mins
Once it is done, add butter, red chilli powder, salt and chaat masala mix it well
Serve it, they tasted lovely and my kids was tempted by the taste

Submitting this to:
Event: B & W White
Frequency: Weekly on Wednesday
Authoress: Sra
Started by: Susan @ The Well-Seasoned Cook

Friday, April 20, 2012

Orange Jam

Orange Jam:
Today is the 4th day of my blogging marathon and successfully I have climbed 7 floors for the 4th day.

Orange Jam is made with the fruit. Thanks a lot to Srivalli as she did not give an entry I have understood what made her not to give an entry to me. Thanks for my colleague, friend, well-wisher - Davameena and Poornima who passed on a proper comment stating that my posts are good only from this marathon. Yep an healthy criticism could change a life.

Oranges strangely enough, did not get it's name from its colour but rather from an ancient Sanskrit word meaning "fragrant". In fact, people have prized this golden fruit for its beauty and scent for years

Three ways oranges keeps you Healthy
a. Boost you immune system
b. Banishes pneumonia
c. Helps prevent Cancer "Big C"

Orange - 2
Water - 2 cups
Sugar - 100 gms

Peel off the skin from Orange and use it to make Orange Iced Cold Tea or something out of it. 
Use the peeled orange fruit for this jam.
Cut it into small pieces (as much small as u can) and put it in water atleast for 20 hours.

I blended the mixture after 20 hours along with the same water.
Measure the mixture and add equal amount of sugar keep it aside
Cooked in medium flame for 30 minutes. The liquid will boil and become half of it.
Then add sugar to the boiling mixture slowing by stirring.
Leave the sugar to dissolve and keep stirring occasionally.
Once the foam is formed check the consistency and keep stirring so that the bottom wouldn't burn
Take a drop and check if it is like a heavy dropping one then switch off the stove.
Store it in air tight container.

Source: Indobase
Preparation Time: 24 hours + 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 45 minutes
I could prepare 100gms of jam with 2 small oranges.

How much I have got motivated is here:

I did Orange Iced Cold Tea in the office yesterday. So I had cut the oranges into small pieces and put it in water cups then I shifted them into my water bottle. Just to prepare this and doesn't wanted to miss my marathon I got up at 4:45am and started working on it since 5:30am. My little son Aadya got up, holding him I could work on this and it got completed exactly by my MIL got up at 6:15am. I mean my gratitude to Srivalli and her mail which said "Since I make it a mandatory rule for everybody to comment, it should be made a wasted journey"
Snapshot of her mail

Yep taken it in a right manner I could start up with this blogging marathon called Hema's Adugemane Marathon.

Submitting this post also to following events:

Event: Kids' Delight - Fruits
Duration: April 16th to May 15th 2012
Authoress: Nupur
Event Started at: Spice Your life by Srivalli Jetti. 

Event: Summer Spirits
Duration: Mar 1st to May 31st 2012
Venue: Tomato Blues
Author: Anusha Praveen

@ Readers: Please leave your comment which is really valuable for me as it motivates me.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Orange Iced Cold Tea

Orange Iced Cold Tea:

Today is the 3rd day I could keep up my marathon. I was searching through the net for today's recipe yesterday and found Sunkist website and found many recipes on fruits.

As I had orange at home I selected to peep in at Orange Recipes. It emerged out with few recipes out of which I took Orange Iced Tea.

Orange is a citrus fruit and its orange in color. -:). As I have used Orange peel to make this tea I found a note on wikipedia which goes like this:

Orange peel
Although not as juicy or delicious as the inside of an orange, the peel is edible, and has been consumed particularly in environments where there is scarcity of resources and where maximum nutritional value must be derived and minimal waste generated (for example, on a submarine.) The peel of an orange has increased vitamin C and fiber. However, high concentrations of pesticides have been found in orange peels. Some organizations recommend that one should only consume the peels of organically grown and processed oranges, where chemical pesticides or herbicides would not have been used on the peel. Orange peel contains citral, an aldehyde that antagonizes the action of vitamin A. Therefore, anyone eating orange peels should make certain that their dietary intake of Vitamin A is sufficient.

Now the story of making it:

a. As you see I have 2 oranges whose skin are peeled with a peeler.
b. I have put the peeled skin into a glass which I have used to make tea.
c. I went into pantry and took 2 glasses of water and put it into the glass along with "Chai - Cardamom Tea" dips - 4 numbers and  
sugar - 4 sachets each weighing 5 gms 
d. I have taken milk and ice cubes in two more glasses
e. From pantry i came back and put the ice cubes after an half an hour of putting orange peel and tea bags.
f. I dipped and removed the bags and put the ice cubes it into the glass
g. Actually it has to be covered :( I have to use my purse to cover it and left it till 2pm
h. Tasted the tea before adding milk and found the sweet was less so added one more sachet of sugar weighing 5 gms
i. Added the cold milk and it tasted great

You all would have come across teas viz, masala tea, plain tea, lemon tea. I felt this is just one more addition to that list.

Thus I have made my third day of marathon.
Irina Mikitenko - Germany
Source of this picture is Zimbio -

Submitting this to 
a. Kids Delight - Fruits @ UK Rasoi authored by Nupur started by Srivalli @ Spicingyourlife

b. "Let's Cook - Chilled Delights" event which started from April 1st and will end on April 30th. Pleased to say that this is Radhika's 14th series and every month she will have one series like last month was "Let's Cook - Greens".

c. "Summer Spirits" event between March 1st and May 31st on Tomato Blues authored by Anusha.

d. "Jump N Jive @ Icypritz" @ Preeti's Kitchen Life by Preeti.