Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Tried, Tasted and Treasured

The Tried Tasted and Treasured Recipes for this month:

Thanks pals for sharing such wonderful and mouthwatering recipes :)

Scrambled chickpea flour from Lisa's Kitchen, we had it with rotis and also with toasted bread it tasted really nice. Here's the link:
http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2009/04/scrambled-chickpea-flour-with-fiery-red.html
Yet another one from Lisa's Kitchen is the beet root rasam, the minute I saw the pictures and read the ingedients of this stunning dish at her blog,I knew this would be a heart stealer,
and yes it's truly a winner all the way. It tastes awesome. Here's the link
http://foodandspice.blogspot.com/2009/04/beetroot-rasam.html

Being a huge oats fan, how could I miss this gorgeous looking and lovely tasting mango and oats kheer/pudding from Supriya's blog Red Chillies. Here's the link
http://redchillies.us/2009/04/20/oat-mango-kheer-pudding/

I love Benagali cuisine, and when it comes to sweets nothing to beat Bengal ;) Pati shapta is one such sweet that I'd tasted during Durga Pooja and was awed by the simplicity and delicious taste of this dish. I was elated when I found the recipe at Sandeepa's awsome blog Bong Mom's Cook Book, Here's the link to the recipe:

Lovely Jackfruit payasam/kheer from Manju's blog Mirch Masala, this dessert has a wonderful strong jackfruit flavour that leaves you wanting for more. Here's the link:
http://superchef-mirchmasala.blogspot.com/2009/04/celebrating-vishu-kerala-new-year-with.html

Awsome Dark chocolate and Oatmeal Breakfast Bread From Priya's blog Easy and Tasty Recipes, this one tasted simply out of the world :) here's the link

I tried a couple of recipes more but unfortunately I haven't clicked snaps of the dishes sorry for that but I would like to make a special mention about these recipes coz they overpowered the photgrapher in me and awakened the glutton ;) I also tried tasted and loved ....

Ramya VijayKumar's Mango Kulfi, here's the link: http://memoryarchieved.blogspot.com/2009/04/aam-kulfi.html

Ridgegourd chutney(I made the chutney with peel of Ridgegourd :)) from Sushma's blog,here's the link:http://nsushma.blogspot.com/2009/01/heerekayi-chutney-ridged-gourd-chutney.html

Slow cooked Barley and Bean soup from Manju's blog Mirch Masala, here's the link: http://superchef-mirchmasala.blogspot.com/2009/03/whole-grains-slow-cooked-barley-and.html

Vegetarian Chili and herbed croutons from Indhu's blog Thayirsaadam, here's the link: http://www.thayirsaadham.com/?p=312

Thanks once again dear foodie friends for invoking the happy spirit of cooking in me :)

Cheers to the sharing spirit in each one of you!

God Bless!

TC

19 comments:

Superchef said...

glad you liked the payasam and the soup!! :)

ohh, btw, i tried your onion parathas..just used them as a filling instead of adding everything to the flour. It tasted awesome!! thanks dear!

Priya said...

WOw Suparna, seems u r enjoying tryin out many recipes from our fellow bloggers, am very glad that oatmeal breakfast bread turned out prefectly for you...Thanks a lot Suparna for trying out!!am honoured!!

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

its great that u r trying recipe's frm other blogs too...really gr8.. :)

Suparna said...

Manju, Priya the pleasure is all mine :) I feel glad that I get to taste u piece of work in my kitchen :) :)

BTW Manju, glad u like the onion paratha. Thanks for trying and tasting.

Leena, Thanks for the kind words sweetie :)

DEESHA said...

those are some lovwly recipes there ..

Gita's Kitchen said...

Nice recipes....everything looks good :)

ARUNA said...

good going Suparna......nice dishes!!!

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

So many dishes, your family members should be having a ball tasting them. Very nice and yummy.

Pooja said...

wow suparna..You are trying lot of dishes..All are looking great..

Pooja said...

Lovely spread of dishes! I Salute your spirit :)

Lisa said...

I am delighted you had a chance to try a few of my recipes. Everything looks and sounds wonderful. You have been cooking up a storm!

Cham said...

Each and every dish is different. Great looking :)
I tried ur Mango shrikhand I will be posting soon, thanks gal!

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

They look so delicious and feel so full after seeing the pics!!!

Suparna said...

Hi lisa,
Ingredients and combination does it all, love ur recipes for the health factor and the simplicity in preparation :) Pleasure of trying to recreate ur dishes in my kitchen gives me a lot of happiness.
TC

Thanks deesha,gita, aruna,Ramya,cham for ur visit.
TC

Valarmathi said...

All looking delicious Suparna.

Viki's Kitchen said...

Tried and tasted recipes is a good collection. I always admire the spirit in your cooking.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Great idea and great collection. I love it!

Sush said...

Thanks for trying heerekayi chutney, I hope you liked it :)

homecooked said...

Wow...you've been busy :) How do you manage to cook yummy meals and then go ahead and make these additional items too!