How did you like the whole wheat vegetable noodles recipe? I am eagerly waiting for you to try and share your feedback. We enjoyed it with Gobi Manchurian( Dry version). The moment I said that I know many of you are so eager to know how come I made it as it has maida/all purpose flour which I always omit considering to be unhealthy. Wait for few more seconds to know the replacement I had used. Just like the noodles, Gobi Manchurian was also one of the dishes which I tried during early marriage days and in the recent days, all my attempts were only to make it absolutely healthy. Though it is a matter of few spoons of white flour, I still didn’t want to give up on trying a healthy alternative. I have made so many trials (Every healthy flour on earth) with various flours and the following recipe was definitely great. The outcome was no different from the restaurant style ones and we thoroughly relished the Gobi Manchurian with Whole Wheat Noodles. Some of you are still wondering how come a fried food can be healthy. Fried foods are unhealthy only when consumed very frequently with no limits and when the oil used is refined. Above all, it is healthy or unhealthy depending on your individual health conditions and lifestyle. This is my notion of fried foods consumption. Two to four pieces of Manchurian with a dash of soya sauce consumed once in 5 years (in this case of mine) or once in two months will definitely do no harm. For kids below 6 months, please skip all sauces and salt, sugar in this recipe. If you would prefer making this gobi Manchurian often kindly use a low sodium soy sauce for kids. Use only homemade tomato sauce. I have taken utmost care to keep this Whole Wheat Veg. Noodles recipe and Manchurian recipes as safe and healthy as possible for kids of all age since they are always a showstopper among them. They can be definite treats for them occasionally when you make healthy replacements of the ingredients.
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Here is a collection of recipes based on mushrooms or mushrooms as the base ingredient. All of these are guest posts from fellow bloggers and friends. All recipes are healthy and easy to make.I have also written in detail about when babies can be given mushrooms and the nutritional information of mushroom.Come let’s have look at all mushroom recipes.Please click the image to check the detailed recipe.
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Methi Matar Malai recipe with step by step images and recipe.
Methi Matar Malai-I recently tasted this in a restaurant.I was so doubtful about how methi leaves would taste with cream.But to my surprise, it was really yum and I found that they had included Kasturi methi.Last weekend hubby wasn’t at home and I had to cook for only two people who love creamy dishes(Yeah me & my boy). Methi Matar Malai got done in a just few minutes and we both loved it and had it twice.You can use fresh methi leaves too in this recipe and try.
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vegetable Stew is one of my favourite accompaniments for aapam/idiyappam/idly/dosa/rice/roti. I have been waiting so long to make this at home and relish .This is one of the most common side dish for Kerela dishes and I have enjoyed them a lot when we at Cochin. Continue reading “Vegetable Stew-Kerela Style Mixed Vegetable Ishtu”
It is raining peas everywhere. Here is a super yummy and quick recipe with green peas and paneer which is an excellent side dish to roti/phulkha/rice/pulao varieties.You can make n number of variations to such recipes and that is the best part of these.Here is one variant I recently tried. I hope you would like it. Continue reading “Paneer Matar|Restaurant Style Matar Paneer|Peas Paneer Masala”
Kitchen Kathukutty is nearing three years completion coming February 12 and I began sending out invites for guest posts to mark my celebrations.I have been inviting guest posts to my blog after publishing 100 recipes to honour all friends and supporters.So here is my personal invite to each of you out there
“I invite pure vegetarian recipes with mushrooms/soya chunks or any healthy baked goodie or any of your family’s traditional recipe. Whoever is interested ,please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org with ingredients,detailed recipe and step by step images(at-least one final image). I will be happy and honoured to post the same in my blog. ” Continue reading “MUSHROOM PEPPER FRY”
Hello guys!One more guest post from Muthulakshmi Madhavakrishnan ,blogger at Virundhombal
. She was so enthusiastic about giving me the recipe and she sent me two posts to choose from. Thank you so much for all your efforts and this great recipe.Wishing you all the best 🙂
I invite pure vegetarian recipes with mushrooms/soya chunks or baked goodies with no white ingredients as guest posts for my blog on account of my 100 th post publishing. I had already extended invite to fellow bloggers,friends and family. Whoever is interested ,please write to me at email@example.com with ingredients,detailed recipe and step by step images(at-least one final image). I will be happy and honoured to post the same in my blog.
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Hurray!Time for a guest post !Meet Mrs.Raadhikaa Anandan who is a vlogger at RJ’s Easy Cooking.She is one loavable,humble and a very sweet person the blogging world has given me.We met through facebook and when I approached for the guest post recipe I felt I found a good friend.Her recipes are very unique and you will find umpteen healthy and very unique recipes with detailed video here Do visit her youtube channel and follow her amazing and interesting recipes.She took so much efforts in preparing this guest post by making several attempts to try different recipes and give me the best.She ensured to also go my blog’s purpose by avoiding all white ingredients in her recipe .Thank you dear.Wishing you a great journey ahead.
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Ufff …One more recipe with coconut milk-Ladies Finger Coconut Milk Curry/Gravy.I have tasted this version of kuzhambhu in several places but I never managed to guess the recipe right. I really wanted to give it a try because it tastes heavenly and it is a versatile side dish. After so many trials I finally landed up with this version and I really like it. This is the only Kuzhambhu I would love to have even in more quantity. Yeah.. I am not a lover of gravies for rice and I take very less quantity of rice when it is kuzhambu and take more when it is a variety rice. I somehow grew like that!!So making side dish for rice is always a head ache to me and I make the usual sambhar/puli kuzhambu stuffs only once a month. But this okra coconut milk gravy is an exception I should say. I love making it again and again and again. My helper at Cochin once tasted this and said their cuisine has a similar traditional dish called “Mappas” in which they use ladies finger,mutton and other meat items. Dear fellow friends from Kerala do try and let me know if it matches mappas?I have never tasted this when I was it Kerala. You can use this as a side dish to idly/ dosa/ appam/ idiyappam/ rice/ roti. Would you not love to make such a dish which is an all rounder and believe me it is so easy too? Continue reading “LADIES FINGER COCONUT MILK CURRY|VENDAIKKAI THENGAI PAAL KUZHAMBHU”