Wednesday, August 27, 2008

From your blogs # 2 !!!

Bookmarking is a tool that we bloggers use to the ultimate,at least I do;-).There are so many recipes that I have bookmarked,I have lost count now!I am always amazed at the yummy stuff that you bloggers post and tempted to try them immediately.I am trying to arrange the bookmarked recipes and include them in my daily cooking.I was very happy when I assembled some recipes and posted it last time.I am back with some more recipes from your blogs,here they are!!!


Raaga's Cream of Carrot soup - I am an avid reader of Raaga's blog.I like her style of writing and her posts are more than a recipe,they are more like her way of sharing her different experiences.In this post,she reminisces about her summer vacation and how she learnt her basics of exotic cooking with a dear aunt.I simply loved this soup,mainly because it is healthy,what with adding carrots and potatoes.It is very easy to make,takes only about 10-15 minutes to whip up and it is tastes simply superb!!I had it with some shallow fried croutons,yummy!!!


Seema's Mallige Idli - Recipe Junction is a blog which I stumbled upon during my initial days of blogging.I love the spread she has there and have been tempted a lot by the variety of goodies that she has posted so far.She's inactive these days,but she has an array of recipes to last till she comes back with another post!!Do come back soon,dear blogger!!I tried her Mallige idli last week.I have been tempted her pics and the softness of the idlis,which she so nicely put across.The idlis were very soft,I served them with coconut chutney.


Maya's Jam cookies - Now,I don't think I need to give any introduction to the person behind Konkan world.I visit her blog regularly for amchi recipes and like her no-frills method of posting.While I was browsing her blog some time back,I chanced upon the baked stuff that she has posted.When I saw the Jam cookies post,I decided that's the next cookie am gonna bake.Mine didn't turn out to be as pretty as hers,but tasted superb!!


Soumya's Eggless banana bread - Blogging has given me many friends whom I feel I instantly connect with.I think Soumya is one such person.We first conversed about the Zebra Cake which we both posted and have blog-hopped each others blog ever since.Made her banana bread during Ashtami,it came out too good.Thanks Soumya!!


Meera's Cucumber Hullel - Another favorite amchi blogger whom I regularly visit.It won't be fair to call her an amchi blogger,since she posts recipes from a variety of cuisines.Hullel is a dish which I made often but of late had not made.Her post gave me the required push and hubby was surprised when he saw this on his plate.Since both of us enjoy salads of any kind,it was a refreshing addition.

Thank you folks!!!

16 comments :

  1. I like the idea of trying out various blogs and posting.Lets one see the recipes are reproducable.

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  2. Thanks for the link, dear friend. You have a wonderful blog which I enjoy very much.

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  3. Great that u tried so many recipes Divya..Everything looks so good..

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  4. it is so nice to good yummy recipes from other bloggers in your blog.Good Choice of recipes

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  5. Divya,such lovely recipes and I love those fluffy idilis and lovely jam cookies.

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  6. I am so glad you tried the banana cake...hope you liked it..I love the banana flavour in cakes..
    Hey those cookies look great..will try them too!!!

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  7. everythin looks good,..even iliked sowmys banana bread..

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  8. Divu, hi am back! As I go thru ur posts, am truly happy the way ur blog n food world has grown leaps n bounds..simply droolworthy dishes up here-especially loved ur baking progress-be it cookies or breads/cakes-they all look yumm!! Keep it up!! :)

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  9. Everything looks so good. I've tried those mallige idlis too. They really are super soft, aren't they?

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  10. Love the cookies they dont look bad at all. Its so nice to try new recipes and then blog about it. :)

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  11. Hey, this is a really cool way to blog, visit, bookmark, make the dishes and then post. So neat!

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  12. What terrific choices! I know what you mean... I bookmark everything. The list is growing and growing daily!

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  13. Missed this as I was on vacation then... all your re-creations look great :-)

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  14. Hey, Nice list here too, you cook a lot. Thanx for my link and trying out the cookies Divya.

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  15. Hi, first time around your blog...it's great! Kep up the good work...dying to try out some of your bakes. Was looking for Mallige Idli that you'd made, but couldn't find the recipe...can you post it please? Thanks...

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Divya.

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