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    Food such as chapathi, thosai, idli should not be microwaved.
    Use the tawa to heat your chapathi, but only after defrosting. Best to eat within minutes of reheating.
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    Hello NOV!
    Thank you very much for the reply as well as the useful information.

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    i am sorry.with out knowing that there is separate thread to questions.i opened a new thread.can any one post a recipe with the baby cabbage

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    Pressure Cooker & Mixer

    hi, can anyone help me on reliable brands of presurre cookers & mixers to buy

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    Quote Originally Posted by kulsam
    i am sorry.with out knowing that there is separate thread to questions.i opened a new thread.can any one post a recipe with the baby cabbage
    kulsam: New threads for recipes is ok. This thread is mainly to clarify issues/doubts/questions that you face while cooking.

    It's actually better if you can open new threads for different recipes (i.e. when you can't find them already in the existing list of threads). Otherwise, it may get buried in old posts. Hope that clarifies.

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    Could anyone plz tell me how to cook sundakkai (not the vathal..)

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    HI,

    can someone give me a recipe for south indian style mutton kurma?

    Thanks

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    Re: Pressure Cooker & Mixer

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    RED Reishi Mushroom [Ganoderma Lucidum]

    Dear Mrs. Mano,
    I am fm Malaysia n I have heard of this product. It is a kind of mushroom grown in China. it is believed to have a lot of medicinal properties and overall detoxifying. A professor in malaysia tried growing it n found that it grows very well here. The price is much cheaper too. there are a variety of products that use this mushroom like coffee etc. If u would like to know more pls send me an email

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    Hi Muthu,
    Here is the recipe for chettinad style mutton kolambu.
    for 1 pound of mutton
    1 onion chopped, 1 tomato chopped, 1 tsp ginger and garlic paste,
    make a fine paste of {5 to 6 tbsp of grated coconut or a handful of grated coconut, 2 tsp khuskhus, 1/2 tsp sombu, 1/2 tsp jeera.}
    1 tsp chilli powder, 2 to 3 tsp of dhanya powder, little turmeric powder, salt to taste, oil and for seasoning 2 cloves, 1 cardamom, small pieces of cinnamon and 1 bay leaf.

    heat oil in a pan, add all the garam masala items, then saute the onions,ginger garlic paste, mutton pieces then add tomatoes. once they are well sauteed, add chilli powder,dhanya powder turmeric powder, and the coconut paste and add water ,salt and pressure cook it as mutton takes times to cook.
    if u want for thickness u can add powdered pottu kadalai or cashew paste finally and let it boil for few minutes before switching off the stove. (u can omit the coconut if u r concerned abt the fat content.)
    if add small onions it will taste good and u can also grind the onions along with the coconut so the gravy is more thick.
    finally add some chopped coriander leaves.

    My hubby who never takes mutton started liking mutton after i made this kolambu for him.hope u like it.
    Kz

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