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    nithishri, pineapple enga veetu pakkam etti kuda paarkadhu as I'm allergic to tht fruit... even a tiny bite will spoil my whole day... so pineapple recipes edhum theriyaadhu...sorry...

    Suvai, u r right...the soda in the drink makes the cake very spongy...
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    Aarthii, forgot to mention in the soup recipe... If u are not making a cream of mushroom soup, u can add some corn-flour mixed in water to the cooked mushroom soup and let boil for a few mins... u can omit this step if u want a light,clear soup...
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

    My dear friends, I am back safely. Thanks for all your wishes.
    8 of us went from Malaysia, we had a very enjoyable time.
    Had nice drashan, twice hugged by AMMA.

    Even though we did not have sleep for about 30 hours, we did not feel it at all.
    We were sooo happy. Thanks my friends.
    Kugan
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

    Thanks Aarthii for your milk cake.
    Let me try it out.
    Thanks, Kugan
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

    Nithi, how are you?
    Well I got a recipe from my friend for the pineapple cake.
    We it has to be a vegetarian for I have to try it before giving you the recipe.
    Well I tried and it came out nice, but not that smooth, but very tasty.
    I will post the recipe with pictures.
    Thanks and take care, Kugan.
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

    My dear Dev, fanta cakeka? Athuvum from Madurai.
    Let me ask my aunt from Madurai, see what she tells me.
    If I get the recipe, I will try it before posting it to you.
    Thankls. Kugan
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    Kugan's Kitchen Part 6

    Suvai, thanks for your nice post. Suvai naan oru coffee payithiam.
    Well you can add milo, cocoa or any strong flavouring.
    You can even add little ginger juice, little ginger paste and make it into ginger cookies.
    Thanks, Kugan
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    EGGLESS PINEAPPLE CAKE ( Kugan )

    Here Nithi, is the pineapple cake. Try it out. Thanks, Kugan



    EGGLESS PINEAPPLE CAKE

    Ingredients:

    ½ cup butter
    ¾ cup sugar
    ¾ cup milk

    2 cups all purpose flour
    2 tsp baking powder
    1 tsp baking soda
    ¼ tsp salt

    1 cup finely chopped pineapple pieces
    1 tsp pineapple essence
    2 tbs pineapple juice

    Method:

    Preheat the oven to 160 degrees C.
    Grease a cake pan and line with parchment paper.
    Sieve together the flour, baking powder, soda and salt.

    In a bowl, whisk together the butter and sugar till creamy.
    Now add in the milk and whish again.

    Now add in the flour and gently fold in everything.
    Lastly add in the pineapple essence and the pineapple pieces.
    Fold again, now pour the mixture into the greased tin.

    Bake for about 30 minutes, or when fully cooked.
    Cool for few minutes, transfer the cake on to a plate.
    Brush the top of the cake with the pineapple juice, while still hot.
    Let it cool before slicing the cake.

    The Pineapple Cake:




    The Pineapple Slices:

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    SINGAPORE UDIPI SAMBAR ( Kugan )

    O.K friends, while in Singapore we had iddli for breakfast.
    The sambar was so super, when we asked he said "this is our udipi sambar"
    I bribed the waiter and got the recipe from him. Here is the recipe. Kugan



    SINGAPORE UDIPI SAMBAR

    Ingredients:

    1 tbs oil
    Little asafoetida
    1 tsp mustard seeds
    1 tsp urad dal
    1 green chillie, slit into 4 and cut across
    2 sprigs curry leaves

    10 shallots peeled, whole
    2 drumsticks, cut into 3 inches in length
    ¼ tsp tumeric powder
    ½ cup of water

    1 lime sized ball of tamarind, soaked in 1 cup of water
    1 tsp jaggery
    Salt to taste
    1 ½ cups of water

    ½ cup toor dal cooked in 3 cups of water and mashed well.

    Roast and grind to a paste:
    1 tsp oil
    1 ½ tsp coriander seeds
    6 dried red chillies
    ½ tsp fenugreek seeds
    ½ tsp urad dal
    2 tbs coconut grated
    1 sprig curry leaves

    Little cut coriander leaves.

    Method:

    Heat a pot with the oil, add in the tempering ingredients.
    Add in the whole shallots, saute for a minute, add in the drumsticks.
    Add in the water, tumeric powder and cook till just tender.

    Pour in the tamarind pulp, salt to taste and jaggery.
    Add in the water, lower the flame and simmer for about 10 minutes.
    Add in the cooked mashed toor dal, and the masala paste.

    Simmer for another 5 minutes. Add more water if you find the sambar very thick.
    Boil for few minutes and remove. Garnish with cut coriander leaves.





    NOTE: Please do not see the potatoes there.
    I added it myself. ha, ha
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    Kugan, Kitchen. 6

    Dear lathe, thanks for your post and wishes.
    Have posted a pm to you. Have a look.
    Thanks and take care, Kugan
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