So here I am with some of the dishes I made "From your blogs "
Srivalli's Channa Pulao - I first saw this on her blog when she posted about the blogger's meet in Chennai.I missed the meet and I still regret it.When I saw fellow bloggers raving about Valli's pulao,I decided I am gonna try it.To put it simply-we loved it.It tasted great and the flavors of channa with the fragrant rice was a temptation too hard to resist.I served it with Gobi Manchurian and raita.
Shilpa's Semia Upma - New breakfast dishes are always welcome.Even though we do have cornflakes,oats and muesli every alternate day,we feel bored eating the same food.While I was searching for varieties of upma,came across this one on Shilpa's blog.I badly wanted to try it the next day.Only thing,I did not have vermicelli with me,but that did not hinder my enthusiasm.Had some rice vermicelli in my shelf and I followed the recipe substituting rice vermicelli with the normal one.A simple and tasty recipe,next time gonna try it out with vermicelli!!
Divya's Aval Payasam - Divya,my namesake!!A truly gifted blogger,the variety of dishes she comes up with is amazing.Everytime I visit her blog,I seem to bookmark each and every dish..;-).While thinking of a sweet dish during Navrathri,I made this Aval payasam and it was delicious.Quick and easy recipe and requires a few ingredients.Only extra ingredient I added was Saffron,which a dear friend got me from Dubai.I seem to be putting it in anything and everything these days!!
Raaga's Garlic bread - Here's a blogger whom I just can't have enough of.I have tried many of her recipes including this and this.She's a treasure house of recipes and I love the way she blogs.Even though the recipe required Baguettes,I went ahead with normal bread.The result was great,we now have garlic bread almost daily!!Only change I did was adding a tbsp of butter along with the olive oil and adding grated cheese instead of cheese powder.
Indira's Semia Payasam - A blogger who does not need any introduction.Any search on Indian cuisine ends on her blog.She writes so beautifully and the accompanying pictures are truly a pleasure to watch.I made this payasam when I was in Ekm following her method.It tasted excellent as expected-no,not because I made it-because it was Indira's recipe..yeah!!
Thank you Folks!!