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Sabsige parantha with Gongura fry.!!

..yummmmmmm……..

You read it right cooking freaks..Its simply yum yum yum!You just cant stop licking your

fingers…;)…

Ingredients to create this magic:

Gongura fry:

A huge bunch of gongura leaves(Throughly rinsed)

15 to 20 byadigi chillies

3 onions

garlic(optional)

Sesame seeds

om seeds

jeera

oil

How to create Magic:

1. Heat a small cup of oil in a thick bottm kadai.

2.Add a spoon of om n jeera each and 3 spoons of sesame seeds

3. Coarsely mix the remaining ingredients in a blender by adding a lil water to make a

rough paste

4, Add this mixture to the hot kadai slurting with jeera n sesame seeds and salt to taste.

5. Now here comes the magic part…..Carefully simmer the heat to minimum and leave it to

cook for atleast an hour n a half by ocassionally mixing it.

6. The color of the mixture is initially green, which soon turns into reddish brown while cooking…this has to then turn into dark brown .Let it cook until then.

The longer it cooks the more you can relish the magical taste of gongura…ummm….heavenly!

Now the Sabsige Parantha:

Ingredients:

Sabsige greens:Thoroughly rinsed and ready to use

2 Onions

6 green chillies

Aamchoor powder

dhania powder

Jeera powder

Wheat flour

oil

Methodology:

1.Coarsely grind the onions, chillies and greens in a blender with a lil water.

2.Collect it in a mixing bowl.

3.Add two huge bowls of wheat flour.

4.Add 1 spoonful of aamchoor n dhania powder

5. Add 1/2 spoon of jeera powder

6. 2 spoons of oil.

Mix them in the mixing bowl and them add a lil water if required in order to knead it into a soft dough.

Now Prepare the paranthas just like the way rotis are done and relish it with yummy gongura fry and a lil butter too ;)….Believe me, its a super hot recipe you guys need to experience….Good luck folks!..:)….

Camouflaged Gold:

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Day 3:

Gold!!??..You heard it right.I first thought what do I name it.Then I thought in India, Gold is one treasure which is common all across all states-NEWS and is the most precious during all happy occasions and of course impresses every Heart and also is a life-saver in times of need.

Now how did I find it in my kitchen?!!…Think of that one thing which is common and loved by all in our kitchens-NEWS, is the only life saver even in the most remote parts of India…Yes u guessed it right! It is our very own POTATO! :D……the Gold in my kitchen :)….

My art of camouflaging it is as follows…

Ingredients:

Dough:

Maida – 1 cup

Pinch of salt

2 spoons of yeast

baking soda

Water

Gold:

Potato or Alu (that/s the pet name ;)…)

green chillis

Mustard seeds

Hing

Haldi

2 teaspoons of Oil

Stages of Art:

Mix all the ingredients mentioned to make a tight dough.Knead it until your hands fall down tired ..:D….Just kidding…But do knead it well and keep aside.

Bake 4 Medium sized potatoes in the micro oven  for 5 minutes until it is soft.Peel n smash them well

Prepare a thadka with oil-mustard seeds-hing-green chillies-haldi. Add the smashed potatoes and a little salt to taste.

Flatten a small part of the dough as shown in the pic and stuff it with a spoon of the alu mix.Seal it well and place it on a baking plate.

Preheat the oven for 10 minutes and then bake the little treasures on your baking plate at 380 Deg Celsius for 25 minutes.

Voila! Your camouflaged treasure is ready to be savored as an evening snack with a hot cup of masala tea with your loved ones !

Enjoy your evening folks….:)….Image

Posted March 4, 2014 by Archana in cooking

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