Monday, November 29, 2010

VEGETABLE EGG (snack)&AWARD


Ingredients
suji rawa-1cup
chana dal(black gram)-1cup
water-1/1/2cup
ginger garlic paste-1tbsp
coriander leave
green chili-2+5for tempering
curry patta-2-3 stems
mustered seeds-1tbsp
oil-2tbsp
salt to taste
Method:
Soak dal for 4-5 hours.Grind with green chili.Add coriander leaves ginger garlic paste and salt.
boil water in a pan and  add suji in it .
make a smooth dough like chapati.cool it
Now make ball and roll  thin  like chapati  on rolling pin. if there is difficulty in rolling roll on plastic sheet.
Take the paste of chana dal and put in between, now roll the chapati from both sides and make tight roll
Seal both corner make all the rolls 3-4 rolls can be made in this quantity
Steamed all the rollers.when dal becomes hard it means it is done.Cool them

Cut into small pieces.
Heat oil in a pan and add mustered seeds.When seeds crackled add curry patta and green chili.Fry for 3-4 minutes .Now add the cut pieces and mix well .Cover it for 2-3 mintutes.It looks like a egg .We can add turmeric powder in dal paste.
Eat with green chutney or sauce.
This awrad isgiven by my friend  GYTRI Iam thankful to her and humbled.She has wonderful space with fabulous recipes lpl visit her blog .HER ONE RECIPE IS SELECTED IN MANJULAI'S KTCHEN PL VOTE FOR HER SO THAT SHE WILL WIN



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sending to DASHM'S INNOVATIVE PAKWAN

32 comments:

  1. Wow very unique vegetable egg, sooo interesting..

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  2. wow...very interesting and delicious dish...loved it...great

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  3. i thought u will fry them, but u have steamed it how healthy and looks fantastic..and thank u so much for the award, was elated to receive them and for your kind words of appreciation :)

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  4. Very innovative..bookmarked, am definitely going to try it!

    US Masala

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  5. very new recipe..thanks for sharing..sounds too good.

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  6. When I looked at the picture I seriously thought it was egg....that is a healthy snack...

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  7. Santhosh,
    Really innovative.It looks very attractive to.Thanks for that award.I will display it on my blog.

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  8. Loved the name...and it really justifies d name..sounds interesting...

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  9. wow really unique,innovative and interesting, keep rocking! Congrats on ur award!!!

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  10. Recipe sounds very interesting!!Congrats on your award and thanks a lot for sharing it with me.It was a surprise for me.Thank you

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  11. Wow, very interesting recipe. Thanks for visiting my blog. Would love to have you join our Malaysian Monday event. We just ask anyone who is interested to blog about something Malaysian and food related, it can be an interesting ingredient, recipe you made or a dish you ate or a cookbook you' like to review, as long as it has something to do with Malaysia.

    More info can be found here: http://testwithskewer.blogspot.com/2009/06/muhibbah-malaysian-monday-blog-event.html

    When you have done your post (preferably on a MOnday but not too strict about that), then email me (its(dot)sharon(at)gmail(dot)com with the link. Our next round-up is next Monday (dec 6) so if you do get a chance to join before then that would be fabulous!

    Cheers
    Shaz

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  12. Very nice recipe. Congrats on your award.

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  13. hey i am surprised its not egg...very similar to

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  14. this is really awesome!! luv ur space, will be visiting often. congratulations on ur awards!

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  15. Awesome yummy recipe,congrats on the award.

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  16. Pretty creative and a new dish. Congrats on the award.

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  17. Love the idea and congrats on the award

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  18. i was looking for the egg in the recipe :) ...great idea..

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  19. Very interesting and yummy! Congrats on ur award dear...

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  20. That's quite unique..seriously I thought it has eggs in it :-)

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  21. This is really interesting.. yummy too :)

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  22. wow...intresting and looks so tasty...like a dhokla !!

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  23. Sounds & looks interesting!! Congrats on ur award.

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  24. this vegetable egg looks very tasty and different. will try making them sometime. Congratulations on your award and thank you very much for sharing. i will post it in my blog.

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  25. wonderful n creative recipe....hru doing dear...c u more often @ my space...

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  26. Nice innovation . The platter looks inviting.
    A similar recipe is called fara is UP which is made using rice flour for the outer layer .

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  27. The "eggs" look so cute and the recipe sounds yummy! Thanks for stopping by my blog, Santoshji. I love your recipes and adding you to my reader. Take care now.

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