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Showing posts with label Porridge. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Porridge. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

MangoBreadLaddoos

Mango Bread Laddoos:

Today's breakfast is Mango Bread Laddoos. Taste was a hit.

This is Mango Season, and you will get varieties of mangoes in Bangalore, where I stay.  The different varieties of Mangoes are:
Tothapuri
Alphonso
Amrapalli
Malbuba
Kesar

for more, click here.

Normally Mangoes are found during Summer from March to June and then slowly fade away. This fruit is the "king of all fruits" and the taste is great.

Sekarni was a hit in my Breakfast Thali which was made up of Mangoes. Today I had mango puree and wanted to try a new recipe. I love to have bread with milk and sugar which is Bread Porridge. I gave a twist to my porridge and came up with Mango Bread Laddoos.

Ingredients:
Mango Puree - 1/2 cup
Wheat Bread - 4
Maida Bread - 3
Orange Jam - 4 tbsp (sugar/ any other jam can be used instead of this)

Method:
Chop a mango and extract the puree
Mix it with Orange Jam
Cut the bread into small pieces and mix it well with hand so that you get consistency
Now make round shape
Put a bread crumb on top of laddoos and serve

Here is the pic:


Submitting this post to:

Mango Mania @ Pumpkin Farm Food by Pradnya. This event is up from 9th March till 15th June, means it is a 99 day event. Anything made from Mango as a main ingredient could be linked here. So far, there are 43 recipes linked.
Check out once to know what can be made using Mango.





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Submitting this post also to following events:
Event: Bon-Vivant-#4 - Fruit Recipes
Duration: May 1st to May 31st 2012

Venue: Sumee's Culinary

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

Event: Let's Cook - With Fruits
Duration: May 1st to May 31st 2012
Venue: Tickling Palates
Authoress: Radhika
 
 
 
 
Event: Summer Spirits
Duration: Mar 1st to May 31st 2012
Venue: Tomato Blues
Author: Anusha Praveen

Friday, March 16, 2012

WheatBreadCornSunaunde Porridge - Magic Mingle #3

WheatBreadCornSunaunde Porridge - Magic Mingle #3:

Magic Mingle is a monthly event in Kalyani's blog, which was called as itsnotmadrasi but she renamed it to sizzling tastebuds

WheatBread Corn Urad Dhal Halwa - Porridge
This month magic ingredients are Corn and Whole Wheat. Wholegrains can be used but not processed forms.

For my previous posts, please click here.

Sunaunde is a sweet made by Urad Dhal. It is also called Urad Dhal Halwa (click on this to check the recipe).

I bought frozen corn from Food World near my office at Koramangala. I had brought the roasted urad dhal and sugar blended together from home to make steamed kollakattais. 
 













How to steam corn in microwave:
(Source: Easy Indian Food)
  • Keep water in a microwave vessel and leave it for 2 minutes so that it can boil
  • Take a used and throw glass which is microwave proof put frozen corn into that and add butter, mix it well
  • Keep it in hot water and leave it for 2 more minutes (2 minutes is safe in that glass after that it might crack a hole)
  • After one minute remove it and add little sugar and place it again for one more minute
  • Steamed corn in microwave is ready.




To prepare corn urad dhal halwa/corn sunundae:
  • Take the roasted urad dhal and sugar powder, pour steamed corn into it and mix it well
 
 
 
 




 
  • Try to make small balls, if you couldn't then pour little milk to it and make into small balls.









  • Trying for kollakattais went into a disaster mode. So as I had these balls I checked for wheat bread but i had only one which I had just put it into milk. 









  • For the same I mixed two small balls and made it a porridge.


One more shot:


 
Submitting this to: Magic Mingle - #3.









Pictures which I took in order to make Kollakattai:
Wheat Bread - squeezed out all the water and spreaded with corn sunundae
Marie Biscuits to get crunchiness on top of bread
Kollakattai dipped in Marie biscuits powder
Kollakkatias are ready for steaming




 After steaming it did not taste well, so definitely will post this recipe soon.