After to delicious desserts its time to change the palette to something hot and fiery.But before that I would like to thanks Mina of Authentic Vegetarian recipes for passing on this beautiful award to me.You made my day Mina :).Also Preeti of Khaugiri and Preeti of Preeti's Culinary,Nayna of Simply Food have passed on this award .So sweet of you Preeti and Preethi,Nayna for thinking of passing it on to me :).Preeti of ISing Cakes,Amritha of AK's Vegetarian Recipe World has also passed on this award!I am so happy to receive this from so many of my friends.Thank you so much Ladies :)
As with all the awards,here are the rules:
1. Accept the award. Post it on your blog with the name of the person who has granted the award and his or her blog link.
2. Pay it forward to 15 other bloggers. Please don't leave it general and just invite all your blogger friends to collect the Award. It's always nice to be nominated so please do the favour and nominate 15 bloggers to share the Award with.
3. Contact those blog owners and let them know they’ve been chosen.
Its really hard to choose just 15 friends here,yet I had to do it coz the rules mentioned it :).So here they are..
1.Ushnish of Cooking and Recipes
2.Niloufer of Kitchen Samraj
3.Sowjanya of Ruchika cooks.
5.Prathiba of Chef and Her Kitchen
6.Ms.Chitchat of Chitchat @ Crossroads
7.Prema of Prema's Thaligai
8.Srivalli of Cooking 4 All Seasons
9.Harini-Jaya of Tamalapku
10.Priya of Mharo Rajanstan Recipes
11.Uma of Trendy Relish
12.Usha of Veg Inspirations
13.Suma of Cakes and More !!
14.Dr.Sameena of My Culinary Creations
15.Nithubala of Nithu's Kitchen.
Dear friends,even if you have received this award earlier,please pass it on to other again....
Now to the fiery Red chilli pickle.This one was born out of my quest for spicing up hubby's Palette.I had some fresh red chillies sleeping in the fridge for a long time and I thought it will be best to bring them out of their slumber.
Fresh red chillies- 200grams
Garlic-5 large cloves,minced/finely chopped
Tamarind pulp,thick-1 tablespoon
Salt to taste
1.Heat 2 Teaspoons of oil in a pan and put in garlic and red chillies.Saute till the red chilllies change color and just begin to char.You have to be careful while doing this coz the red chillies tend to burst.The fumes are also strong so switch on the exhaust and open up all the windows in the kitchen and don't let your little one anywhere near the kitchen.Let it cool completely.
2.Grind the red chillies,tamarind pulp to a fine paste.
3.Heat the remaining oil in a pan and put in mustard.
4.When it crackles,put in the ground paste and salt.Cook till the oil oozes out.
5.Cool completely before storing in a jar.
Goes well with porridges and curd rice.Can also be savored with steamed rice and a dollop of ghee if you can brave the heat.
This goes to Nivedita who is hosting Complete my thali,an event started by Jagruti's and Nive has chosen Pickles as the theme
Labels: Awards and Wins, Pickle Recipes, Pickles, Sun Dried / Preserves, Vegan varieties