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    kugan's Kitchen Part 7

    O.K my dear friends, yesterday was a very busy day for me.

    Let me post our menu of yesterday.

    Breakfast was, ketupat with peanut gravy.
    A very typical Malay cuisine .


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    kugan's Kitchen Part 7

    Lunch was:


    ghee rice
    mushroom potato kurma
    tofu rendang
    crunchy beans
    cucumber vegetable achar
    tomato raitha


    Ghee Rice:




    Tofu Rendang:




    Crunchy Beans:




    Cucumber Vege Achar :




    Mushroom Kurma



    Tomato Raitha:

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    kugan's Kitchen Part 7

    O.K friends, later I will post our menu for tea and our dinner list.
    Thanks my friends. Kugan
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    Oh my Kugan, I have been going around friends house and enjoying the ketupat and Kachang kuah.
    You have made it in your house, that is great. Your sauce looks very yummy and colorful .

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    Summa irukka maateeengalaa neenga

    Quote Originally Posted by kugan98 View Post
    Dear Dev, please read this:

    Most people have heard of jalebi this ancient Persian sweet is popular at celebrations and street corners all over India. But jangiri is a little more obscure. I thought it was a sweet special to South India, but I have come to learn that it also has a presence in North India called imarti. Jalebi and jangiri both look like sugar-coated orange funnel cakes.

    What is the difference you say? First, they are made with different flours: jalebi is made with maida (all purpose) flour and jangiri with ground urad dhal. Jalebi batter is also supposed to be left to ferment (giving it a faint tangy flavour) while jangiri is not. There is also a difference in their appearance the swirls of jalebi are more chaotic, while jangiri resembles a more organized flower pattern.

    Those with a trained palate will also notice the slight crunchiness of jalebi, distinguishing it from the chewy, gooiness of jangiri. In most sweet shops, jalebi also appears a little shinier and more on the brown side (and jangiri more orange).


    I like Jelabi more than Jangiri, it will be crunchy, little sour with the syrup in the swirls, apapa



    Picture of Jelabi




    Picture of Jangiri

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madhu Sree View Post
    Summa irukka maateeengalaa neenga
    Engga Madhu Sree, ungalukku enna kovam en mel
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    Kuganji..

    mayilamma-vukku kobam illa... kola veri

    avanga naalu maasama verum varattu chappathi + some dried vegetables mattum saapittukittu vazhuraanga..

    neenga deeeeeetail-a jangiri, jilebi difference ezhuthinaa vera enna aagum ? ( nalla vELai .. naan ore line mattum ezhuthi irunthadhal escaped )

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    Kugan, another century! 100 pages for Kugan's Kitchen part 7...thank you so much for your wonderful recipes. Wishing you many many more joys in life!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madhu View Post
    Kuganji..

    mayilamma-vukku kobam illa... kola veri

    avanga naalu maasama verum varattu chappathi + some dried vegetables mattum saapittukittu vazhuraanga..

    neenga deeeeeetail-a jangiri, jilebi difference ezhuthinaa vera enna aagum ? ( nalla vELai .. naan ore line mattum ezhuthi irunthadhal escaped )

    kareetaa kandu pudichuttel maama
    எந்தன் காதல் சொல்ல என் இதயம் கையில் வைத்தேன்...!!!

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    Kuganka, congrats on your 100 pages. You are doing a super job.
    Thanks for all your ice recipes. I love to read this forum just for you.
    You have a very big heart. Not every one would like to share things like you do.
    Pray for your health and long life.


    Note: by chance do you have any vegetarian chicken rice recipe. He,he

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