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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 5

    Good Selviem, we too make good naan in our house.
    Was there any egg in your recipe?
    We do not add eggs.
    I will do my version and post soon.
    Thanks, Kugan98
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 5

    Sudhama let me try your kara kara aval.
    Thanks Sudhama for the recipe.




    DEAR FRIENDS, I HAVE A REQUEST.
    WHEN YOU POST A RECIPE,
    IN THE POST A REPLY PAGE.
    YOU WILL FIND THE COLUMN FOR "SUBJECT"
    PLEASE TYPE THE RECIPE NAME.
    IN BRACKETS TYPE YOUR NAME.

    THEN AFTER POSTING YOUR RECIPE,
    THE RECIPE WILL BE IN THE INDEX PAGE,
    AUTOMATICALLY.

    THANKS FRIENDS, KUGAN98
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 5

    Suvai nga, I had to try out few times, before
    I got to make the rasagullas correctly.

    Namma ellameh konjam slow thaan nga

    Thanks, Kugan98
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    kuganka,rasamlai looks great.
    Thanks for the rasamlai recipe.
    Pranay's favourite sweet is rasamalai only.He likes chilled rasamalai very much.
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    vaNakkam Mrs K - and congrats on the 'opening' of your thread #5 .

    inippaa kodukkereengga

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    All the best kugan ka
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    Jackfruit seeds perattal (kugan)

    [tscii] What do you do, when you have lots of
    jackfruit seeds? Boil it, make kulambu, make podimas,
    or do a perattal. Thanks, Kugan98


    JACKFRUIT SEEDS PERATTAL

    Ingredients:

    500 grms jackfruit seeds boiled with salt. (remove white hard and brown skin )
    1 big onion sliced fine
    1 tomato chopped
    tsp fennel seeds
    1 sprig curry leaves
    Salt to taste
    1 tbs oil

    Grind;
    6 red chillies
    2 tbs grated coconut
    1 tbs roasted chana dal ( pottu kadalai)
    1 tsp coriander seeds
    tsp cumin seeds
    tsp tumeric powder

    Method:
    Heat oil in a wok, add the fennel seeds, curry leaves.
    Add the onions and fry till it turns brown.
    Add the chopped tomato and cook till it turns mushy.
    Now add the ground masala and cook till oil rises.
    Add cup of water, with the boiled jackfruit seeds.
    Taste for salt. Cook till the gravy thickens and coats the seeds.
    Garnish with coriander leaves
    Remove from stove and serve.


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    The Perattal:

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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 5

    Thanks Tamby.
    Kugan98
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    Wow

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    Continue akka
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    Quote Originally Posted by PARAMASHIVAN
    Wow

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    adhu periya pazham aachcche !
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