Monday, April 07, 2008

Ram Navami festival and Vrat delicacies Allo subji,Makhana kheer and Cardamom tea


HAPPY RAM NAVAMI..AFTER SEVERE HEADACHE OF LAST NIGHT ,,GOT UP FEELING FRESH AND RELAXED,..AS MY SON WAS STILL SLEEPING I FINISHED OFF THE PENDING TSHIRT,...DID HOUSEHOLD CHORES,..SWITCHED ON THE TV,..CARTOON CHANNEL...SO THT MY SON GETS BUSY..AFTER DOING THE POOJA,,,I STARTED PREPARING EATARIES FOR THE NAVRATRI FAST,...IT WAS PAST ONE,..SO ALMOST HALF DAY WAS OVER,...THOUGHT OF MAKING SOMETHING WHICH IS QUICK ,...SO FINALLY DECIDED TO MAKE JEERA ALLOO,ELAICHI CHAI AND TALMAKHANA KA KHEER,..

JEERA ALLOO

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INGREDIENTS

BOILED POTATO THREE
GREEN CHILLI TWO
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CUMIN SEEDS 1TSP
GHEE ONE tbsp
rock salt one tsp
black pepper one tsp

procedure

heat ghee in wok
add cumin seeds
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once they start spluttering add green chilli followed by potato
add black pepper and rock salt
keep frying till the potato becomes beown and crispy from bith sides

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talmakhana kheer

ingredients

30o ltr milk
200gm talmakhana
saffron strands
sugar to taste
chopped dry fruits

procedure

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now add talmakhana to the boiled milk
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keep stirring
now add sugar
keep boiling till the milk becomes thick
garnish with chopped dryfruits

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lakshmi i prepared for ugadi too,..so happy ugadi

elaichi tea

ingredients

two cup water
half cup milk
sugar two tsp
tea one tsp
cardamom powder onetsp

boil the water with cardamom powder

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once it starts boiling add sugar
now add milk and let it boil for some time
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after few minutes add tea powder nd continue boiling.
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enjoy tea with jeera alloo

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3 comments:

LG said...

Happy Ugadi Dear. So nice of you to celebrate a festival which you were part of that region for a short period of your life. Have one more cup of kheer from my side also..

easycrafts said...

Lovely spread...what is talmakhana ?? never heard of it

notyet100 said...

thnks lakshmi will sure hve,...
ec will send u link for talmakhana,,,do google ,,or mybe wikipedia will help