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Thalipeeth

Here is a photo of one of my good mood cooking 🙂 :)… I hope everyone had a great day. A day to cherish, a day to remember and a day worth living for! Last but not the least, remember you all are special to me, thank you for your continuous support! I am sharing with you the Sabudana Thalipeeth recipe here. Do enjoy 🙂

Sabudana Thalipeeth
Preparation time: 15-20 mins
Cooking time: 20-30 mins

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups of unconditional love
  • 1 cup soaked and drained Sabudana (preferably the small sized one)
  • 2 big boiled and mashed potatoes
  • 1 medium size chopped onion
  • 1 tsp toasted cumin seeds
  • 1 tsp chopped green chillis
  • 1 tbsp salt (or to taste)
  • 1 cup roasted and slightly crushed peanuts (remove the skin)
  • 1 1/2 tbsp coriander and mint leaves finely chopped (optional)
  • oil for frying

Preparation:

  1. Mix all the ingredients together properly in a big bowl except oil
  2. Now grease your hands with some oil so that the mixture doesn’t stick to your hands
  3. Heat a skillet and smear some oil on it
  4. Start making small balls out of the mixture and flatten it to shape it into a disc either on your palm or on the skillet directly
  5. Let it cook without disturbance on both the sides for a minimum of 4-5 minutes or until it turns into a beautiful golden color
  6. Remember to pour a spoon of oil while you flip the sides
  7. Take the Thalipeeths out of the skillet once they turn into crispy golden color on both the sides
  8. Be careful and don’t place the hot thalipeeths on top of each other as it tends to stick to each other. Keep each one of them separately until they cool down a bit
  9. Serve the yummy, fulfilling Sabudana Thalipeeths with masala curd and mint and coriander chutney 🙂 🙂
  10. Be ready for loads of appreciations and a demand for making it more often 😛


Before I run to enjoy my Thalipeeth with my darling husband, here I wish you all a very HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!! ♥ ♥

Lazy Dinner

Ahhh! It was such a hectic day for me yesterday!! The work, Bangalore traffic, dust and the back-pain really took a toll on me. Generally I love to cook…and that’s not a secret anymore. But yes, I don’t like to cook every night! Sometimes I’m lazy and sometimes I’m damn too tired. And on those nights, I like someone else to do the work for me or I just cook myself a lazy dinner. These nights, I don’t feel like measuring and dicing… other nights I just want something I can throw together without following a recipe. Once in a while it’s nice not to have to follow a recipe or really think about what to put in a meal… Don’t you think so??

As I was not in the mood for any type of culinary adventure last night and at the same time me and my husband were so damn hungry. I thought of cooking something which could be easy, delicious and doesn’t require too much of work! And, then I made this.. what I call “Rice Noodles with Vegetables and Chicken Sausages”. Just threw in a hand full of rice noodles, some chopped garlic, green bell pepper, garden beans, onion, cabbage, baby corns, red cherries and not to mention chicken sausages. A super quick and delicious meal. 😉 And, the best part, my husband who is not a big fan of noodles or I can say that he doesn’t like to eat noodles at all… LOVED IT!!! And the biggest surprise came to me when he asked me to give this someday for his lunch too… 😛

Lazy DinnerPhoto courtesy: Balakrishnan K | www.utopianhere.com

So, what’s your lazy dinner idea that still tastes fresh, healthy and doesn’t require too much of an effort? I hope you are all have a lovely memorial day!!

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