Archive for September, 2012

Mutter paneer

First time when I prepared, watched a recipe in youtube and made some changes as per my usage 🙂 It turned out to be good. So now use the same recipe if I prepare mutter paneer.

Preparation :
– Fry the paneer in ghee and keep aside.
– Cooked Peas (I used the frozen peas and kept in oven for 2 mins)
– 1 onion, 1 tomato, ginger garlic, pinch of turmeric – fry all together in a pan with little oil. Then grind it.
– Take a pan, add ghee and keep in low fume. Add 2 bay leaves, 2-3 cloves, 2 elaichi, little geera. Add the paste, panner, peas and add garam masala, coriander, geera powder. Add ingredients as per taste (You can add lime water if you like). Cook well for 15-20 mins. Garnish with coriander leaves.
– The mutter paneer ready!


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Kori sukka.. Yummy.. with kori rotti, kori sukka also a common dish in Mangalore. It tastes different in different places. It also called as Kondapur chicken.

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Methi Dosa (Mette Dose)

This is another favorite one learnt from mom’s kitchen.. She used to server me hot dosa with ghee when I return from school/college.. Wow.. its amazing.. She also says that this dosa is good for health as methi cools the body.

Ingredients : 1 cup rice, 1 small spoon methi (should not use more, as it may give bitter taste) – soak it 5-8 hrs.
Grind both along with shredded coconut, jaggery as per taste, pinch of jeera ( for extra smell and taste), little beaten rice for softness. Stir it well and keep it for 10-12 hrs. More you keep, better the softness..

Now the dosa batter is ready for use!

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Neeru Dosa

Neeru Dosa – A very common breakfast in Mangalore and considered to be easy to make. It goes well with green or red chilly chutney. An ideal breakfast with dosa, chutney and hot tea!
Its awesome if you have neer dosa with chicken curry… 🙂

Preparation : Soak the rice for 5-6 hours.. grind it with shredded coconut(its optional, but I suggest as it gives extra taste)
And easy to make dosa using tava..

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