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Monday, May 17, 2010

Easy and tasty cabbage sabzi

Cabbage sabzi is so boring :( but there are times in Blr when you get nothing but ghiya, lauki and cabbage! (which one is worst is so difficult to decide)
I tried something new with cabbage and it turned out better than it usually does. The experiment-

I small cut cabbage
potatoes cut into slices

Boil the two together with salt and haldi as per taste. If cabbage is fresh, you may not need to add water, else add 1/5th cup of water. You can save this for making the next morning also.

When making sabzi-
1 cut onion
tomatoes as per taste
garlic and ginger paste as per taste

Heat oil in pan. Add onions and saute till translucent. Add ginger-garlic paste. When onions turn pink, add tomatoes and cook till done. Now add the boiled cabbage-potatoes. Add some water if needed and cook till done. You may add some masalas as per taste but this served hot with rotis tastes good enough.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Inside view blog- sales 2.0

Check out this blog post by Gaurav Jha-
http://blog.insideview.com/2010/04/27/connecting-the-dots-how-sales-2-0-can-help-you-connect-with-prospects/#comment-1383

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Raw mango rice

Raw mango rice is comfort food.
Ingredients-
Peanuts
Oil or ghee for frying
Mustard seeds
Onions-chopped
Tomatoes-if you like
One small raw mango-can be peeled, and grated
Salt and haldi
Cooked plain rice
Method-
Heat oil, add peanuts and fry till done. Add msutard seeds and wait till they splutter. Add onions and fry till golden. Add tomatoes and cook till raw smell disappears. Add haldi and salt and cook for a minute. Now add raw mango and mix well. Don't overcook or the flavor will disappear. Mix plain rice and cook for a minute or so till mixed well. Serve hot.

Check link here for a microwave version and pics-
http://ambrotos.blogspot.in/2011/03/raw-mango-rice-microwave-cooking.html