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    Mrs.Mano (@ 195.*) on: Sat Nov 13 22:40:32 EST 2004




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    KH (@ ip68*) on: Mon Nov 15 11:17:57 EST 2004




    Dear Mrs. Mano,

    How r u? I prepared rice flour as per ur method for puttu. When i prepared puttu on the same day, it came out really soft and took only 15 mins to cook. But when i made it yesterday, it took very long time to cook. I thought it needs more moisture, so sprinkled little water.But then lumps formed, what's the reason for this? Can u pls explain Mrs. Mano?

    Thanks in advance! Take care Mrs.Mano!





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    Saji (@ akl-*) on: Mon Nov 15 15:08:33 EST 2004




    Dear Mrs Mano,
    Please send me the attachment of your recipes.
    Thanks in advance.
    Regards,
    Saji





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    uma (@ 202.*) on: Mon Nov 15 23:53:24 EST 2004




    Dear Mrs Mano,
    I am not sure whether they call it sweet asoka, but it is mung dhal halwa with coconut, milk, jaggery etc, may be u can give me the recipe for sweet asoka pls. as you recipes are always tasty.. i will try it out. thanks a lot mrs mano.





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    Madhavan (@ tide*) on: Tue Nov 16 10:38:33 EST 2004




    Hi Mrs.Mano,
    This is really great. You are doign a fab job... Can anyone send me the entire collection of Mrs.Mano's recipes.
    Really a great job!!!! Also another thing... How do we make soft chappathis???





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    KH (@ ip68*) on: Wed Nov 17 01:33:56 EST 2004




    Hello saji and Madhavan,

    I've Mrs. Mano's recipe collection with me, if u guys want i can send it to u. I have two collections, one will have only Mrs. Mano's recipes and other will have all the recipes posted by Mrs. Mano including recipes taken from cookery book etc. Just let me know which one u want!






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    Mrs.Mano (@ 195.*) on: Wed Nov 17 10:38:10 EST 2004




    I am posting a few recipes on POTATO. I have already posted the recipes of potato fry, and potato podimas.
    POTATO MASALA CURRY:
    Ingredients:
    Potato- 250 gms, Coconut- , Red chillies- 10,Coriander seeds- 2 tsp,
    Gram dal[ Pottukkadalai]- 1 tbsp, Sambar onions- 6,Fennel seeds- 1 tsp, Poppy seeds- 1 tsp, Cinnamon- 1 piece, Garlic flakes-10,Chopped ginger- tsp, Chopped coriander – 1 tbsp
    Mustard seeds- 1 tsp, Chopped onion- 1 cup, Crushed tomatoes- 1 cup
    Turmeric powder- tsp, Oil- 4 tbsp, Salt to taste





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    Mrs.Mano (@ 195.*) on: Wed Nov 17 10:39:08 EST 2004




    POTATO MASALA CURRY{CONTD]:
    Procedure:
    Boil the potatoes, then peel the outer skin and cut into cubes. Extract thick milk out of the coconut. Grind the red chillies with the coriander seeds, poppy seeds, fennels seeds, cinnamon, sambar onions, gram dal, garlic flakes, ginger, and coriander leaves to a fine paste. Heat a kadai and pour the oil. When the oil becomes hot, add the mustard seeds. When they splutter, add the chopped onions and the tomatoes with the turmeric powder. Cook them until they are well mashed and the oil floats on the surface. Add the ground masala and the potato pieces with enough salt. Cook for a few minutes till every thing is combined well. Then add the coconut milk. Cook for a few minutes.





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    Mrs.Mano (@ 195.*) on: Wed Nov 17 10:39:39 EST 2004




    POTATO CAPSICUM FRY:
    Ingredients:
    Potato- 250gms, Capsicum [diced]-1 cup, Red chilli powder-1 tbsp, Turmeric powder- 1 tsp, Fennel powder- 1 tsp, Sliced onions- cup, Garlic paste- 1 tsp, Oil- 4tbsp
    Salt to taste
    Procedure:
    Boil the potatoes, peel the outer skins and then cut them into cubes. Marinate them with the turmeric powder, chilli powder, garlic paste, fennel powder and enough salt for hour. Heat a kadai and pour the oil. When it becomes hot, add the onion and fry it until it becomes brown. Then add the capsicum pieces and fry for a few mintes. Then add the potato pieces and fry until they are well cooked and roasted.






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    Mrs.Mano (@ 195.*) on: Wed Nov 17 10:46:51 EST 2004




    Hello R!
    Achu murukku is a tasty sweet. There are many kinds of ‘achu’ available in the shops. It is also called achchappam mould. It is prepared by dipping the achchappam mould in the prepared rice batter and then dipping again in the hot oil. Usually eggs are added in this recipe. Regarding kai murukku mould- I always prefer to make it with my fingers and so I have never tried with it.





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