Friday, February 27, 2015

Egg Parota

All purpose flour / maida – 2 cups
Sugar – 1 tspn
Baking soda – ¼ tspn
Eggs – 3 nos
Pepper powder – 1½ tbspn
Onions (finely chopped) - 2
Oil as required
Salt to taste
Water as needed
Take maida in a large bowl.
Add in sugar, salt, baking soda to it and mix well.
Now add little water and knead it into smooth dough.
Divide the dough into equal sized balls.
Then pour oil over the balls until all the balls in the bowl soak in well.
Cover it and keep it aside to rest for 3 to 4 hrs.
Now take another bowl and crack in eggs.
Add in pepper powder, salt, and chopped onions and beat them well for 2 mins.
After 4hrs, spread a dough ball and roll into very thin transparent sheet like texture using a rolling pin. Be careful not to tear it.
Now fold the rolled sheet into two and cut the edges of the sheet.
Make a square pocket shapes sheet with one side open.
Heat the pan and spray little oil and place the sheet in hot pan and fill the packet with egg mixture through the open carefully. Don’t pour more egg inside the pocket as they spill out easily.
Now close it with maida glue (mixture of maida and little water).
Cook both sides well until brown shades appear on either sides of parota.
Now egg parota is ready. Serve with chicken gravy or mutton / lamb gravy.

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Friday, February 20, 2015

Heart Feelings 25

Some are sweet,
Some are cute,
Some are kind,
Some are rude,
You know what?
I am not the mixture of these,
cos I am different!
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Monday, February 9, 2015

I Want To Be With You

At the core of my heart,
I wish we were no longer apart,
And I gaze out of the window,
To lookup at the moon smiles,
My mind longs for you every night and then,
Fall on despair when you fade out of my sight,
The rhythms of your silence are endless,
That muffled me with the tune,
Is this a game you play with compassion?
Till I see you next in actual,
The more I sense you everywhere,
I feel lost without being able to tell,
Though it hurts to believe you are not near,
Always I want to be there where you are!
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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Cutest Blog Award - A Lovely Gift

Hi everyone,
                I am super excited to let you all know that I received my first blog award from my sweet blogger friend “Akshitha”. She gave this first and lovely gift of “Cutest Blog Award”. She is such an adorable person. She owns a beautiful blog too. Thank you so much sweetie for this wonderful gift. I am so glad to receive it first from you.
Here are the questions she asked me and its answers,
1.What is your real name?? (It's ok if you don't wanna reveal it, but I would really love to know)
It’s not like I don't wanna reveal it.I had no chance to reveal it in my blog as I started it just to blabber whatever I think.For a good friend like you I can tell.btw my name is A_____a (she Knew it already) :D
2.I knew you are a great cook. What was the first dish you cooked. Please don't tell me it's maggi;-)
The first dish I cooked was roti and potato masala.i cooked it along with my cousins while i was studying have a long story I will tell you later :p
3.When is your birthday?
October 13th
4.Programming or writing what do like the most?
Hmm I like to do both but now I chose writing cos it’s the only thing I can do whenever I wish.
5.What is your favorite colour?
My favo colour is skyblue and blue variants.
6.When was the last time you were so so so happy?
It’s dec 2 2014 when I saw my first gift from you feeling amazed :) :)
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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Love Once More

Her mobile’s ringtone interrupts her thoughts. Unwillingly she took her mobile and looked the number flashing in the screen. The number was so familiar to her. Immediately she attended the call and remained silent.
The hello from the opposite side echoed in her mind. She was so nervous to say a hello even. Because after a year she is hearing the same voice she used to hear everyday is now once again back in her life.
He asked her why is she so silent?
She replied him a hello and tried to be normal. He said her that he’d like to introduce the girl he loves. She controlled her heart cries and said yes to him. He asked her to come online at once and hangs the call.
She don’t wish to see him with other girl even its online. She opened her id and saw a new notification she received. She clicked it to view it. It informed that she was tagged to a post in his timeline. She is clueless. She clicked it to go to the post in which she is tagged.
“My long wait has came to an end. And baby only you can make me fall in love again and again. My heart is connected with you. My love & hope brought you back in my life.
Love You Once More”
She is speechless and now this time it’s because of love & happiness in her heart.

P.S: This story is continuation of “No Love No Worries
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Friday, January 23, 2015

Chole Bhature / Chickpeas Gravy With Poori

Chole masala

White chickpeas (boiled) – 300gms
Tomatoes – 2 nos
Onions – 2 nos
Ginger & garlic paste – 1 tbspn
Red chilly powder – ½ tspn
Cumin seeds – 1 tspn
Bay leaf – 1
Chaat masala – ½ tbspn
Cardamom – 3 nos
Cloves – 2 nos
Cashew nuts – 7
Turmeric powder – ¼ tspn
Fresh cream – 1 tbspn
Asafoetida – ½ tspn
Chana masala powder – ½ tspn (optional)
Oil – 1 tblspn
Coriander leaves for garnishing
Water as required
Salt to taste
In a vessel, boil the tomatoes, cashew nuts and chopped onions in water and grind them into semi-thick paste.
Heat oil in a wok.
Add in cumin seeds, bay leaf, cardamom, cloves.
Then add chopped onions and fry them till it’s translucent.
Add ginger/garlic paste and sauté until raw smell disappears.
Now add the semi-thick paste (tomatoes, cashew nuts and onions) and sauté for few mins.
Add in the boiled chickpeas and mix well.
Then add turmeric powder, red chilly powder, chana masala powder and asafoetida and sauté gently.
Sprinkle in little water to get a gravy consistency and add salt as required and cook for few mins.
Finally add fresh cream and coriander leaves and serve hot with bhature.


All purpose flour / maida – 2 cups
Sugar – 1 tspn
Semolina / rava – 2 tspn
Baking soda – ¼ tspn
Yoghurt / curd – ½ cup
Oil for deep frying
Salt to taste
Water as required
Take maida in a large bowl.
Add semolina, sugar, salt, baking soda to it and mix well.
Now add yoghurt, little water and knead it into smooth dough.
Cover it with a damp cloth and keep it aside to rest for 3 to 4 hrs.
Divide the dough into equal sized balls
Roll them gently to flatten out using rolling pin.
Now heat oil in deep frying wok.
Gently slide the rolled out dough and deep fry them one by one until puff up nicely like pooris.
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Saturday, January 17, 2015

Heart Feelings 24

I forgot the days which
we spent sweetly talking to
each other, I never forget the
days which we fought for
simple reasons, why because
those are the days I longed for
your love mostly.

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