Jul 102012
Blueberry Chocolate Truffle Pudding

Its the middle of Summer and I’m enjoying Mr.Sun on one side, and dreading the constant bickering of my kids on the other. To keep me cool and to let them have some fun with occasional sweet treats in the evening I made this truffle pudding from left over sponge cake from the battenberg cake that I tried for this month’s Daring Baker’s challenge. My kids have some strange attraction towards size when they need Want to know more about this recipe?

Jul 042012
Raw Banana and Black Eyed Peas Curry

In south Indian cuisine poriyals and dry curries are a must as an accompaniment to rice. When I ask my mom for some tips and ideas to experiment with these curries, her answer would be that it’s the usual seasoning and roasting with not much room for experimentation. I couldn’t take that answer without trying. When I saw my husband soaking some black eyed peas in an attempt to increase our protein intake, I wanted Want to know more about this recipe?

Curry Powder

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Jul 042012

Ingredients: Red Chillies — 10 nos Channa Dal — 1/2 measure Dhania (Coriander Seeds) — 2 measures Jeera — 1 tsp Toor Dal — 1 measure Method: Dry roast all the ingredients one after another separately. Let it cool and grind to a coarse powder. Store in airtight container. Thank you for visiting Sizzlingveggies.com. If this is your first time here — a Warm Welcome. Get ready with your chef hat, apron, and a big Want to know more about this recipe?

Jul 032012
Shakar Aloo Methi/ Sweet Potato Methi Curry

Have you every been bored of cooking the same vegetable over and over again? This happens often at our house and as many of you guessed it’s potato that haunts us over and over again. With so many different ways to eat them my kids don’t find it boring even if its served every meal, every day. I sometimes get so bored seeing that vegetable. The better alternative to this vegetable is sweet potatoes and Want to know more about this recipe?

Jul 022012
Kale Soybean Poriyal

Kale, Swiss Chard, Broccoli all belong to the same cruciferous vegetable family and are supposed to be healthy. Somehow the word “healthy” is not my kid’s favorite word and they would happily take it away from the English dictionary if they have the power to do so. The ordeal of making them eat their required serving of vegetables makes me sound like a person even I would detest. Nowadays I don’t tell them the nutritional Want to know more about this recipe?