Chitvish Recipes - Post your comments here (part 4)

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  1. sowminivibu

    sowminivibu Silver IL'ite

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    Dear Chiths

    Yday dinner was Veg kurma and Rumali roti.I never thought that rumali roti could be made at home. Infact never thought the process would be this easy.No one believed when i said am going to make rumali roti at home.Romba nanna vandhadhu.The spicy veg kurma was a super combo to rumali roti.Thanks a tonne for everything chiths !!!

    lov
    sowmi
     
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    Winniethepooh Senior IL'ite

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    DEarest aunty,

    Hope u remember me as vinithra. Sorry aunty it had been a year since i posted fb. Reason i was expecting and gave birth to a baby boy in sep. Am finally settled with the little and bck to cooking 3 meals frm ur treasure trove.
    Now will be a regular here...
    Thanks a ton aunty.
    Lovr,
    Vini
     
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    sumanr Silver IL'ite

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    I am late on posting this feedback ... but here is the uppu and vellai adai for Nombu. Came out very well. THe first time I am making (as this was ALWAYS made my Amma or CHithi) and I was truy appreciated by the entire family.

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  4. Chitvish

    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Thanks, Sowmi!! Our method of making does not requite a tandoor - that is a special advantage!:thumbsup
     
  5. Chitvish

    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear vini, the winnie,
    Congratulations!! Why do you say sorry, when you are here with a giood news!:)
    Welcome back & take care.
     
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    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Ramya, they look perfect!! I am happy, you earned the appreciation from the family. These things do encourage us!:)
     
  7. Nitha J

    Nitha J IL Hall of Fame

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    Dear Chitra madam...

    Hope everything is well with you...

    A few things that I made over the last couple of weeks. Made Idli upma (seeraalam); Semiya Upma; Sweet n spicy Paneer curry; Bread-peas curry; Peanut Dhal; Kesar Nankhatai; Jain Gobi peas Pulao; and Corainder rice.

    Loved Sweet n spicy paneer curry the best; quick and tasty; and Kesar Nankahatai too. Too full of flavour. But I guess there was some conversion (ghee) problem from grams to cups; because the cookies flattened a little too much than usual. I gifted to a family friend of ours and they were quite thrilled about it :) . I loved idli upma. Best way to use the left over idli's. And found out that peanut dhal isn't our type of dhal ;)

    Brought a candy thermometer last week. Not sure when I am going to use it. My mother lands tomorw; so the next 10 days and a month after that; I will most prbly be a visitor to the kitchen :))

    With Love
    Nitha
     
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    babycorn Silver IL'ite

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    Dear C,

    I made rayar sambar last night.I did not have small onions and hence made the coriander leaves method.It was excellent.thanks!

    Iam searching for some curries/koottus based on sweetpotato,vazhakkai,seppangizhangu,beans,bindi,kothavarankai,kovakkai.phew...big list I know.:hide:Will be back with my fb.
     
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  9. Chitvish

    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Oh Nitha, don't call it idli upma - seeraalam is perfectly cut into tiny cubes & made! Not crumbled as for idli upma, the name sounding ,monotonous!:-(
    If you plan to bake, it is wise to invest in a small digital kitchen scale - I think, the ghee was perhas a wee bit too much.
    The last para - you deserve to take it easy now, with the D day coming close. Enjoy all ama's delicacies &relax!
    Take care.
     
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    Chitvish Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Nice to see you again, CM!
    I use only coriander leaves for rayar sambar & it is good enough.
    There are plenty in vazakai, bhindi etc, but seppankizangu, I have given chips & you can make roast also.Go thro' the recipe index, taking time.
    Do stay tuned.
     

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