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:
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
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
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:
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!