Sunday, July 16, 2006

Recipes from Other Blogs

Hello folks, here's a post I wanted to do for a long time.I wanted to blog about the receipes that I have tried from other blogs.I have been composing this post for more than a week now.Yesterday I came across priya's post on the same thought.It was so beautiful that it made me speed up mine.I feel that the only way to actually appreciate other fellow bloggers is by actually trying some of their receipes that we like.
Blogging has become such a passion for me that I cannot pass a single day without taking a peek at some of the blogs .I am sure many of you are like me. Dont you agree with me?.
In this process we try atleast 2 0r 3 new receipes each month, but we dont take the time and patience to blog about them. So going forward I have decided to post about the receipes that I have tried from other blogs once every month, probably the last week of every month.Those who are interested can join me in this effort and do the same in their respective blogs.It would be fun isnt?

Here goes the first of my series "Tribute to fellow bloggers".

Like many of us I started blogging after getting inspired by
Indira's Mahanandi receipes and pictures. I have tried as many receipes as possible from her website.Iam posting some of my favourites here.

I came to know about this blog world, when I accidently came across 'Mahanandi' while searching for a
"stuffed brinjal receipe". I was totally taken back by her brinjal receipe.
Though my picture is not great as hers, the taste of the dish was absolutely wonderful.We enjoyed it very much. This is my first ever food picture. :)


A absolutely fabulous receipe about Ridgeguard -
"Ridgeguard potato and carrot curry" again from Mahanandi, till then I have been using this vegetable only with moong dhal like a kootu.So this receipe was a complete variation for me.



The next comes my favourite Avaccado chappati's from GM's Spice is Right' didnt expect this to be so soft and buttery.
Did my part of the research from internet and found that its a good fruit/vegetable as it contains the necessary fatty acids.If you are counting calories you need to limit the number of chappatis.


The next one is Garam Masala's 'Methi Chick peas' . I have already blogged about it here.But still wanted to mention it here, as its truly delicious ( and I dont have to chop up onions..yayyy!!!).



Thats it for this week's tribute.Will definitely post about some other great receipes from other blogs (of course with pictures) in my next months tribute.


20 comments:

Indira said...

Looks like a feast!:)
Everything looks so good.

I am glad that you had success with these recipes and liked them. Thanks Suma for your nice words about my blog and for the links. Happy cooking!

Priya said...

Cooking from blogs is fun isn't it?
I have stuffed brinjal curry, ridgegours curry and avocado rotis , aim yet to try methi chickpeas. Looks delicious.

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