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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Palak Puri / Poori

Puri is a delicacy which every kid enjoys and that too if the puri is fluffy. My younger sister used to love fluffy puri and mom used to give her big fluffy puri to her and normal puri to us. Now my younger girl loves the fluffy puri and even the fluffy reduces she will give that to her sister and will take another hot and fluffy puri. And i should says it's really difficult to take a good picture of fluffy puri, by the time i ready my camera and click the picture...gone the puri becomes flat. Then i make another one...happens the same...then i was tired of taking many pictures so i ended up with the below picture which is not that bad.


Wheat flour 1 cup
Maida flour 1/4 cup
Samolina 2 tbsp
Palak puree 1/2 cup
Oil 2 tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying


Mix all the ingredients and make a hard dough.

Make tennis size balls and with little dry flour, roll out small disc shape flat puris.

Heat oil. Leave one puri at time and press the puri with a ladle so that it puffs up.

Turn and cook on another side,which will take less than a minute.

Take it on a kitchen towel and serve hot with choice of your curry. Best combination with puri is alo curry or chole. I served it with chole.

Srivalli a very wonderful and versatile blogger is celebrating her 8th blog anniversary with annivarsary mela and this puri is going for that mela.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Potato paneer and Spinach Salad

I avoid eating rice for lunch at work as my job involves sitting for long hours at one place and that is increasing my waist size. So i eat rice only on saturday and sundays. I sometimes carry only salad for my lunch. This is one of the salad i eat regularly and my kids and husband don't eat salads at all. This is done exclusively for myself...i love making it for myself to keep my taste buds happyyyy.....


Boiled Potatoes 3 (cubed)
Paneer cubed in small pcs
Curd 1 cups
Boiled spinach 10 leaves
Garlic 1 grated
Olive oil 2 tbsp
Salt as per taste


Whisk the curd. Add grated garlic,olive oil and salt. Mix well. Keep aside.

Take a 1 tbsp of olive oil in a pan. Add paneer and potatoes. Fry for a while until both paneer and potato pcs change colour to light golden colour.

Remove from the pan. Now in the same oil add the boiled spinach leaves. Saute for a while.

Add all the three ingredients along with salt and mix well.

Chill in the fridge until been served.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Chilly Garlic Noodles

 This is the simplest noodles i make  and delicious too. Got this recipe from my fav chef Sanjay thumma or Vah reh vah chef. Here is the recipe:-

Boiled noodles 2 cups
Garlic 2 chopped finely
Green chillies 2 slited
Olive oil 3 tbsp
Onions 1 chopped finely
Green Capsicum 1 sliced
Soya sauce 1 tsp
Chilly sauce 1 tsp
Pepper powder 1 tsp
Salt to taste


Take a pan. Add olive oil in it, once hot add garlic and green chillies.

Just saute for 1/2 a minutes and add onions. Sprinkle salt.

Fry for a while until onions turn light pink in colour.

Add capisicum. Saute for a while, here we don't want capsicum to fry entirely. It should me some what raw.

Add soya sauce and chilly sauce. Saute for another minute.

Then include noodles in the sauce mixture.

Mix well and add pepper powder.

Serve hot.