Akheela at Torview Toronto honored me with this Award. Thank you Akheela for your kind gesture…I am really excited to receive this award from you and thank you for being an active follower of my blog!! Torview Toronto has great recipes from different parts of the world and she adapts her recipes to fit the Islamic dietary restrictions.
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Taste of Pearl City
Joy of Cooking
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From my Home Kitchen
My Kitchen Treats
Umm Mymoonah of Taste of Pearl City presented this award for participating in her great event Iftar Moment Hijri 1431
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A Thank you award for participating in the Cold Desserts event by TorviewToronto
- 1 cup Suji rava
- 1 Potato, boiled and mashed
- 1 Onion, finely chopped
- 2 green chillies, finely chopped
- 1 tsp ginger
- Few curry leaves
- Salt & Turmeric powder
1. Mix all ingredients with some water. Set aside.
2. After a while, the suji would have absorbed the liquid and you may need to add more water. The dough should be thick.
3. Now drop thumb-sized scoops into hot oil and fry to a golden color.
Serve hot with ketchup or rice.
This is our traditional snack and a popular dish in Kerala, usually sold even in road side tea-shops.. It is a sweet dish made with ripe plantains dipped in flour mixed with sugar. It is very simple to prepare and it goes well with a cup of tea. Banana is my all time favorite fruit and so is this Banana fritters. Here goes the recipe!!
- 1 ripe plantain (Nendra Pazham)
- 1 cup plain flour/ all- purpose flour/ Maida
- ½ cup sugar
- ¼ tsp turmeric
- Pinch of salt
- ½ cup water and oil to fry
- Peel plantains, cut is two halves, and slice each halves into four to six slices. One plantain yielded 12 pieces for me.
- Mix flour with ½ cup water to make a smooth batter, mix in sugar, turmeric, and salt.
- Heat oil in a pan; dip plantain slices in batter and deep fry till golden brown. Drain and serve hot with tea.