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Oats Vegetable Pongal Recipe

August 09, 2009 By: admin Category: Breakfast/Easy tiffin No Comments →

Ingredients:

Oats – 1 cup

Moong dhal – 1/2 ┬ácup

Pepper – 1 tsp

Jeera – 1/2 tsp

Ginger – a small piece

Green chilli – 2

Salt – to taste

Cabbage, beans, carrot – 1 cup

Garlic – 2

Oil – 2 tsp

Coriander leaves – to garnish

Method:

1. Soak the oats in water mixed with little salt.

2. Chop the vegetables finely and keep them ready.

3. Get the moong dhal cooked.

4. Take a tawa, add oil, pepper, jeera, ginger, garlic, green chilli and saute.

5. Now add the vegetables, cooked moong dhal and mix well.

6. Allow it to cook in low flame and add the oats and mix well.

7. Garnish with coriander and serve hot.

Healthy and good fibre rich breakfast ready.

Ragi Koozh Recipe

July 29, 2009 By: admin Category: Breakfast/Easy tiffin, Soups, Uncategorized No Comments →

Ingredients:
Ragi (Finger millet) flour – 4 tablespoons
Salt – as required
Butter Milk – 3 tumbler
Water- 3 tumbler
Chopped onion – handfull
Cooked rice – 1 tablespoon
Method:
1. Mix Ragi flour in 1 cup of Water without any lumps.
2. Heat remaining Water in a vessel.
3. Once it started to boil, add mixed Ragi flour in medium flame.
4. Allow the Ragi flour mix to boil until it thickens.
5. Finally add cooked rice, salt, chopped onion and remove from flame.
6. Allow it to cool for spme time and add butter milk and serve.

Ragi (also spelled as Raagi or Kelvaragu) or finger millet koozh or a kind of porridge that is a special dish meant for Tamil month Aadi where this porridge is offered to God. This ragi itself is a good ingredient for those dieting and also a rich fibre food good for ladies specially. This dish is the breakfast in the country side in India where they serve this with raw green chilli or pickles or they take it with raw onions.

Raagi or Kelvaraghu Koozh Recipe:

Ingredients:

Ragi (Finger millet) flour – 4 tablespoons

Salt – as required

Butter Milk – 3 tumbler

Water- 3 tumbler

Chopped onion – handfull

Cooked rice – 1 tablespoon

Method:

1. Mix Ragi flour in 1 cup of Water without any lumps.

2. Heat remaining Water in a vessel.

3. Once it started to boil, add mixed Ragi flour in medium flame.

4. Allow the Ragi flour mix to boil until it thickens.

5. Finally add cooked rice, salt, chopped onion and remove from flame.

6. Allow it to cool for some time and add butter milk while serving.

Ragi Koozh served with chilli and onions

Ragi Koozh served with chilli, pickles and onions

Prawn Aval Upma Recipe

July 10, 2009 By: admin Category: Breakfast/Easy tiffin, Non Veg Recipes No Comments →

Ingredients:

Poha or Rice flakes or Aval or Avalakki or Atukulu – 1 cup

Prawn chopped – 1/2 cup

Chopped onion – 1/2 cup

Green Chilli – 2 chopped

Salt – to taste

Pepper – 1 tsp

Oil – 3 tsp

Method:

1. Soak the aval or rice flakes in hot water for 2 mins and drain the water.

2. Take a tawa, heat oil and add green chillies and onions.

3. Add chopped prawn and sprinkle salt.

4. Allow them for few mins and add the rice flakes or aval.

5. Add pepper powder and mix well.

Serve after garishing with curry leaves.

Ragi Oats Dosa Recipe

July 01, 2009 By: admin Category: Breakfast/Easy tiffin 3 Comments →

Ingredients:

Ragi – 1 cup(ragi grain)

Oats -1/2 cup

Green Chilli – 2

Badam and cashew scrapings – 2 tablespoon

Salt – to taste

Water – as required

Oil- little

Method:

1. Soak the ragi grain in water overnight.

2. Grind ragi along with oats, chilli and salt into a fine paste by adding little water.

(Dosa batter consistency)

3. Spread the dosa batter in dosa pan and sprinkle cashew and badam scrapings over it.

4. Do not cook it on both sides.

5. When the lower side is cooked, then fold it in such a way that scrapings do not fall as well the dosa is finely cooked.

Ragi Oats Dosa

Ragi Oats Dosa

Note: If you want to prepare this dosa instantly, you can use ragi flour. but using the whole ragi grain or sprouted ragi is more healthy.

This dosa can be had by anyone irrespective of age group. Even dieting people can have this dosa.

The taste of this dosa is enhanced when you add the badam and cashew scrapings.

Spicy Easy Pasta Recipe

June 16, 2009 By: admin Category: Breakfast/Easy tiffin No Comments →

Ingredients:

Pasta – 2 cups

Tomato – 1

Onion – 1

Soy Sauce – 1 tsp

Tomato Sauce – 2 tsp

Green Chilli Chopped – 2 or Chilli sauce – 1/2 tsp

Water – as required

Salt – as required

Curry leaves – to garnish

Vegetable Oil – 1 tsp

Method:

1.Cook the pasta in sufficient water and drain the water.

2. Take a pan, add oil and saute chopped onion, tomato and green chilli.

3. When the raw flavor fades, add tomato, soy sauce and salt.

4. Add the coked and drained pasta and mix well and leave it for few mins.

Spicy Easy Pasta

Spicy Easy Pasta

5. Garnish with Curry leaves and serve hot.

It can be serve as an easy breakfast in the morning or as a evening tiffin for kids.


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