Thursday, January 12, 2012

Aloo Cheese Balls

"Aloo " My god this can make each and everyone hungry and run for food at my home.

After a hectic day at office, Returning home i made a simple Aloo paratha for lunch and as always i had a left over masala.. do you also have the same issue with more left overs from lunch? I do !!

Mukul loves teatime snack and thats when i tried making this cute little round balls which turned out easy and yet very tasty when Hot Masala Tea. Hmmm sometimes i think i have alot of geines of my mother in this matter.. he he she is one who has always done something unusual with the left overs. So did i tried. I hope you guys will always impress our mom's with this recipe.

Ingredients:

Left Over Aloo Masala
Bread crumbs
Morzella Cheese
Italian seasoning - Which you get with Pizza hut or Dominos
2 Tsp Corn Flour
Salt to taste - just be a bit careful as we are adding cheese as well.
Oil for deep frying

Method:

Add the Corn Flour and Italian seasoning to the left over Aloo Masala.
Make Small round balls and keep a piece of cheese in middle and then roll them over the bread crumbs.
If you want you can rrefrigerate the Aloo cheese balls for about 20 mins and then deep fry them untill the outer layer turns Brown.

Serve them with Hot Masala Chai or with Tomato Salsa Dip.



Aloo Cheese Balls
I am going to be giving this for the Event: Blog Event Announcement - Lets Cook With LeftOvers

Happy Cooking!!


Kabuli Rice

The name sounds so very peshawari right!! but its actually a recipe from Jodhpur - Rajasthan. I am sure most of you might have never heard about it also, so i took a chance to update you guys with another new recipe.

"Kabuli Rice" does taste good only with long Basmati rice, its flavour and the appreance is so too simple yet this is a very heavy meal. Layers of rice & masala's gives it a wonderful flavour to our taste buds.


Kabuli Rice

So lets start preparing this now, Ingredients are very simple and method too. Hope you guys enjoying while giving it a try.

Ingredients: 

2 Cups of Boiled Basmati Rice
1 Onion Sliced and Deep fried
1 Potato Sliced and Deep Fried
1 Bread Slice - Cut in Cubes and deep fried
1 Tomato Sliced
1 Cup Curd/Yoghurt
1 Tbsp of  Mix Dry fruits of your choice - I preferred Raisins, Cashewnuts
1 Tsp Garlic Paste
2-3 Tbsp Ghee
A dash of Hing
1 Tsp Whole Jeera 
2 Tbsp of Onion and Green Chille Paste
1 Tsp Red Chille Pwd
1 Tsp Tumeric Pwd
1 Tsp Garam Masala

Method:
Head the pan with Ghee then add whole Jeera, when it starts to splutter add the onion & green chilli paste, garlic and fry till they turn golden brown.
Then add the beaten Curd and Dry Masala, heat it till the oil separates.
Add the tomato slices and deep fried potatoes, Onions to the pan, Mix them and let it cook for about 10 mins on low heat.  Add dry fruits at this stage and salt.

The Masala is now ready. So , lets plating it up.


In a large bowl, first put a layer of  basmati rice, then add a layer off bread pieces followed by layer of the masala. continue the process of the layer and then to finish it you can either add saffron  and coriander.
Hmmm


Happy Cooking !!



Wednesday, January 11, 2012

How to Store Vegetables & Fruit Without Plastic

After a amazing and hectic week coming to an end, i found this very useful article. Often we store the vegetables not in a right way and end up throwing few spoiled ones. This happens mostly to the working class women who dont get time to complete their day to day cleaning job. Aww ask me!! after a hectic day coming to an end, just wish that i can spend some time cooking something exotic and simple at home with fresh vegges.


This would surely help me keep the vegges fresh for upto 2 weeks. Just few simple steps to follow and stay healthy & Fresh !!

How to Store Vegetables & Fruit Without Plastic



 
Happy Cooking !!