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A Vegetarian Food Blog

Hello!!! Thanks for visiting my space and taking time to read about me. I am Kalyani and I live in Chennai. I was working in IT industry as a software engineer for 7 years. I had to quit my job after my little one arrived and during this time I found my passion! Yes it’s cooking and clicking and so this blog! Though I am fond of food and like to taste different varieties, but started my own cooking after my marriage as I never entered into the kitchen because of my lovable mom and only had the opportunity to enjoy her yummy food. But after marriage, I started cooking vigorously. My husband is a best critic and that helps me to improve my cooking. The recipes posted here are tried and tasted in my kitchen,traditional native recipes from my mom, baby foods which I feed my baby and few other recipes tried from friends, cookbook or other food blogs.Being a health conscious person, most of my recipes are focuses on health. (Some are exceptional though) Keep visiting my space and encourage me with your valuable comments.

OUR RECIPES

Bread Uttapam Recipe

Bread Uttapam – Thick pancake like dosa made with whole wheat bread, suji/rava , grated veggies and cashews. I am sure this bread uttappam will be a quick breakfast/dinner or snack when you pressed for time. I saw this recipe in a magazine and tempted to try it out immediately. We had this as a quick evening snack along with tomato gravy (you could serve plain too) and it was tasty and filling. Keep everything ready. Chop the onions, coriander leaves and tomatoes finely. Grate carrots. Take chopped bread slices, suji, curd and rice flour in a blender. Blend everything to a smooth paste by adding 1/2 cup of water.Now transfer the blended paste to a vessel and add chopped onions, tomatoes, coriander leaves, ginger, carrots, salt and cashews. Mix everything well and add some water if the batter is too thick. Heat a tawa or iron skillet, add a ladle of bread batter to it and spread it to form a circle. Don't spread too much. It should be thick like pancakes. Sprinkle oil/ghee. Cook in low medium flame. Cook until brown on one side for three minutes and flip it carefully. Repeat the same for remaining bread batter.

Instant Banana Dosa Recipe

Instant Banana Dosa/banana pancakes – Soft, thick pancake like dosa made with banana, suji/rava, brown sugar/jaggery and dry fruits. As I have mentioned earlier, my little one love bananas and hence I experiment many recipes with bananas. This instant banana dosa recipe was a real hit at home and tastes excellent with sooji. Keep everything ready. Chop the banana roughly into pieces. Take chopped banana, water, cardamom powder, cashews, raisins and sugar/jaggery in a blender. Blend everything to a smooth paste. Now transfer the blended paste to a vessel and add required amount of sooji/rava.Add grated coconut if using. Mix everything well and add some water if the batter is too thick. Heat a tawa or iron skillet, add a ladle of banana sooji batter to it and spread it to form a circle. Don't spread too much. It should be thick like pancakes. Sprinkle oil/ghee. Cook in low medium flame. Cook until brown on one side for three minutes and flip it carefully. Repeat the same for remaining banana sooji batter.

Sweet Bread Dosa Recipe

Sweet Bread Dosa – Soft, Thick pancake like dosa made with bread, suji/rava, brown sugar/jaggery and cashews. Last week, I had few leftover bread and instantly tried this sweet bread dosa. You can make this easily for snack time or for breakfast, very quick to make and tasty to eat as well. This sweet bread dosa is ideal for babies above one year.Keep everything ready. Chop the bread into squares. Take chopped bread slices, suji, milk, cardamom powder, cashews, raisins and sugar/jaggery in a blender. Blend everything to a smooth paste.Now transfer the blended paste to a vessel. Mix everything well and add some water if the batter is too thick. Heat a tawa or iron skillet, add a ladle of bread batter to it and spread it to form a circle. Don't spread too much. It should be thick like pancakes. Sprinkle oil/ghee. Cook in low medium flame. Cook until brown on one side for three minutes and flip it carefully. Repeat the same for remaining bread batter.

Bajra Dosa Recipe

Bajra Dosa/Pearl millets Dosa/Kambu Dosai – healthy wholesome food for babies, toddlers and kids. Pearl millet is called as Bajri in Marathi, Bajra in Hindi, Sajje in Kannada, Sajjalu in Telugu, Kambam in Malayalam, Kambu in Tamil. Bajra is one of the healthy millet but often ignored when it comes to including them in our regular diet. Wash and soak urad dal & fenugreek seeds with enough water for 2-3 hours.Start grinding the urad dal with fenugreek seeds first by adding little water in frequent intervals. When the bubbles starts to appear and the batter is fluffy, it's done. Take bajra flour in a vessel and add enough water. Mix it well with enough water until pouring consistency is reached. Then transfer the urad dal batter to the same vessel. Add required salt. Mix well with your hands. Let it ferment for overnight or at least eight hours. Next day the batter should be raised as shown (right hand side image). For making dosa's ,Heat a tawa, spread the dosa thin in circular motion. Sprinkle 1/2 tsp of oil. Cook it for 2 minutes. Once done flip the dosa and cook it for a minute. Remove from the pan once done.

Testimonials

  • Johnson

    Customer

    I love the simplicity of the recipe. Too many ingredients tend to make me shy away but this recipe hit the mark. I personally loved the tenderness of the chicken breast (typically I don’t eat white meat) due to it drying out and becoming tough. I went step by step and perfection came through. Tyler did a great job easing me through and that was appreciated. My wife love the taste and really enjoyed the dish. Thank you Garnish Bowl and thank you Tyler.

  • Richard

    customer

    Tasty and my eggs didn’t curl like the first time I tried to make carbonara. I added peas to give it more texture. The recipe is really good on its own, but I like peas and wanted to taste them in the pasta. Good move. I added more salt and pepper bit Nj ice that recipe called for less so that you don’t over salt or over pepper beforehand

  • Carnivel

    customer

    My carbonara came out amazing! I used bacon and chopped it up (my store didn’t have pancetta sadly). For extra flavor I chopped up some white onions and let that simmer with the garlic cloves. I also added tons of black pepper at the end as well as paprika and topped it off with grated Parmesan! It came out so good!

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