Everything is same as we make poori out of wheat flour, except that it has a filling of grated paneer.
For the filling I added the following to grated paneer:
So now you know what to do when you visit Thiruvandapuram. As you can see, the recipe is very different from the normal 'Paruppu vadai'. Until you have the real thing, try this recipe and let me know how it turns out. Good luck!
Sugar cookies or old fashioned sugar cookies are sure in a baker's list to bake for Christmas. They are pure easy and can be packed in goodie bags and distributed in parties. They are firm on the outside with a sift inside and not too firm like our Indian variety of biscuits. Sugar cookies have a buttery flavour along with a dash of vanilla. I picked these cookies and a couple of other bakes for this month's Home Bakers Challenge HBC started by Priya Aks. I actually grabbed my spot to host for HBC this December ;-) thanks to the ever co-operative Priya aks and the team of bakers who have been showing their full support in taking part in this month's challenge.
I was feeling like cooking what was on my mind yesterday... I was in full swing to pamper myself on a lazy sunday.... People around me were covering themselves with blankets and were indulging in something piping hot food like soups....snacks etc....and I wanted to eat a pudding and that to a chocolate one with nuts... I browsed many websites but couldn't find one which could be made in a jiffy with readily available ingredients. After huffing puffing for a while without any luck.... I remembered a recipe which I read in one of the blogs... I wish I could remember the author as well...I went reconstructing the bits and pieces of my vague remembrance..and then comes my pudding out of scratch~ Chocolate Mug Pudding. This heavenly pudding was sinful.
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Come let's indulge in this no bake and easy to make Pudding.
The 'drumstick tree', is well known for its multi-purpose attributes, wide adaptability, and is very easy to grow. It is mostly grown as a backyard tree in most Indian homes. Its leaves, pods and flowers are packed with nutrients important to both humans and animals. It is valued mainly for its tender pod, which is antibacterial and a wonderful cleanser. Drumstick is rich in calcium, phosphorus and vitamin C. The leaves are especially beneficial in the treatment of many ailments due to their various medicinal properties and their rich iron content. Drumstick is also a good blood purifier.
Here is an easy recipe for a simple Drumstick and Dhal Curry
Here's something you can have it as much as you wish which not only tastes delicious, but adds nutrition to your diet with loads of fiber and wholesome goodness. My dad loves this upma so much that he could eat it everyday. Mom also stuffs this upma in pesaraatu( moong dal dosa ).. And that adds a special flavor to the dosas.. Checkout the recipe to make this wonder grain upma!!
Poori Stuffed With Paneer