Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Potato Wedges

I just love eating potato wedges, fries, garlic potatoes etc etc in mean fried potatoes, yes I know its not really good for health but I just can’t help it, it tempts me so much…therefore I made these baked potato wedges… so anyone of you like me over there can eat without that guilt feeling of eating fried that too potatoes…
This quantity will serve me and only me…
Potatoes: 3-4 Medium
Salt: to taste
Red Chilly Pwder: to taste
Mixed Herbs: 1- 1&1/2 Tsp
Oil: 1 Tbsp
Water: to soak
  • Peel the skin of potatoes, cut length wise and soak in salted water for 20 mins.
  • Drain the water and cook in microwave for 2 mins (it will reduce the cooking time, one can avoid this step as well) and wipe off excess water with kitchen towel.
  • Coat oil, herbs & other spices nicely over potatoes & spread evenly on a baking tray.
  • Bake it in over for 15-20 mins at 180 degree and serve hot with dip of your choice.

Sandwich Spread Salad

 The Star of my today’s post is Fun Food’s Sandwich Spread (veg.), it has a very creamy mayonnaise like texture but tastes very diff.. has a sweet tangy taste with tiny bits of veggies that makes it so yummy… I use it in my lots of preparations like sandwiches off course and pastas, salads, dips with any snack etc etc… Here I have made a very easy n yummy salad using this…. and you can se the picture of dip at the e…
This quantity will serve 2-3 ppl…..
Blanched Veggies: 1 Cup
Sweet Corn: 1/4 Cup
Boiled Pasta: 1/2 Cup
Pizza Seasoning: 1 Tsp
Mayonnaise: 2 Tbsp
Sandwich Spread: 3 Tbsp
Salsa: 1 Tbsp
  • Mix together in a bowl blanched Veggies of your choice in salted water,( I took Yellow & Red Peppers, Zucchini & green peas) defrosted sweet corn & boiled pasta.
  • Let it cool down then add pizza seasoning, mayonnaise & s/w spread & mix well, check seasoning & adjust if required.
  • Cool it fridge for some time and serve with salsa on top as in the display pic.
  • Below I have attached the picture of the sandwich spread.
Disclaimer:- I am in no way officially promoting the product of the company, this is my personal liking and have paid money to buy the product for my own use.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Aalu Anardana Parantha/ Potato & Pomegranate stuffed Indian Bread

Heyllloooooo Guyzzzz…. m posting after long long time not b’coz I was busy or sometime but my laptop is not working at all.. some thing wrong with the motherboard…. and my DH has made this jugaard(temporary adjustment) for me hehehhehe…. I have collected many pics during this time so hopefully I’ll be posting ‘em now….
I know we have all eaten aalu parantha many times but I added Anardana Powder(Dried Pomegranate seeds powder) to it which gave a very different tangy taste… so try it…
This quantity will make 6-7 Paranthas…….
For Stuffing:
Boiled Potatoes: 5 Medium
Onion Chopped: 1 Medium
Salt: to taste
Red Chilly Powder: to taste
Dry mango Powder: 1/2 tsp
Anardana Powder: 1 tbsp
Chaat Massala: 1/2 tsp
For Dough:
Whole wheat flour: 2 Cups
Water: to make dough
Clarified Butter/Ghee or butter: 10 tbsp
  • Make dough with flour & water and keep it aside.
  • Mash boiled potatoes, add chopped onions & spices, give it a nice mix and check seasoning.
  • Take a small part from the dough, shape it into a small ball and apply dry flour on it.
  • Roll it to a thin circle using dry flour and apply butter.
  • Spread the potato mixture evenly over this.
  • Shape this into a ball again and roll into circle using dry flour.
  • Shallow fry/Grill it on a flat pan using butter or ghee.
  • Serve it hot with curd & pickles of your choice……