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Friday, September 4, 2009

ROUNDUP- STATE SPECIALS- Part - 2

Now comes the round-up (2nd part) of State Specials, representing the states Sikkim, Andhra, Orissa, Haryana, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Punjab, Kerala and Karnataka. Nice to see 102 entries on the whole. Accept the participation award from my previous post (1st part). Again, mail me if I have omitted any entries. Thank you.

SPECIAL RECIPES OF SIKKIM
Sel roti by Sailaja


Shimi ko Achar by Sailaja


SPECIAL RECIPES OF ANDHRA
Pesarattu from Padma


Gutti Vankaya Koora from Anupama


Dosakai pappu by Raji


Vankaya Poornam by Raji


Hyderabadi bagara rice by Raji


Sorakaya pulusu by Raji


Ulava charu by Sreevalli


Gongura pachadi by Sreevalli


Upma pesarattu by Sreevalli


Andhra pesarattu by Nithya


Toor dhal idlis by Priya


Avakayya by Sireesha


Groundnut chutney by Preethi


Pappu Upma & Allam pachadi by Kalva


SPECIAL RECIPES OF ORISSA

Typical Oriya Meal by Somoo

Fried rice


Dalma


Ghanta


Patua


Chatu Rayee


Tomato khatta


Amba khatta


SPECIAL RECIPE OF HARYANA

Dal Dhokli by Arti


SPECIAL RECIPE OF RAJASTHAN

Fried aloo pyaz paneer by Arti


Daal Baati with Khayiri by Priti


SPECIAL RECIPES OF WEST BENGAL
Sandesh by Nidhi


Aloo potsu by Sailaja


Bengali Aam Kheer by Indrani


Shukto by Tulip


SPECIAL RECIPES OF PUNJAB

Lassi patiala by me

Rajma masala by me


Aloo paratha by me


Punjabi garam masala by me


Punjabi Chole by Lata


Mango Lassi by Nidhi


Parota by prasu


Punjabi Samosa by Deepti


Kadi Pakoda by Preethi



SPECIAL RECIPES OF KERALA

Neiyappam by me


Varutharacha Sambar by Ann


Aviyal by Minu


Kalan (raw banana) by Lissie


Aviyal by Vrindha


Poornam kozhakattai by Sandhya


Inji-puli by Sandhya


Cluster beans thoran by Priya


Aviyal by Sara


Neiyappam by Ambika


Morcurry by Preethi


Muringa ela dosa by Rajam (non-blogger)


INGREDIENTS :

BOILED RICE : 3 CUPS

DRUMSTICK LEAVES 1 CUP

SALT : TO TASTE

GINGELLEY OIL : FOR COOKING


PROCEDURE :

Soak boiled rice for about 4 to 5 hours. Drain water, and grind the soaked rice to a medium paste. Add salt. Allow the paste to ferment for about 3 to 4 hours. Clean drumstick leaves, and add them to the paste. Dilute the paste by adding water and make it consistent for making dosa. Spread the batter on tawa in the shape of dosa and cook with oil.

Murungai ilai dosa can be consumed with sambar, chutney, red chilli idly powder, etc. Serve it hot.

It is easily digestible, and the drumstick leaves have a lot of medicinal value

SPECIAL RECIPES OF KARNATAKA
Hayagreeva by me


Akki Rotti from Padma


Bassaru greens curry fromPadma


Obbattu saaru from Padma


Thilli saaru from Padma


Bisi bela bhath from Padma


Tomato rasam from Sushma mallya


Bisi bele bhath from Sushma Mallya


Shavige from Lata


Mysore pak from Anu


Jowar flour ball by Nivedita


Yennagai Badanekai by Jyothi


Kosambari by Sara


Maddur vade by Sara


Bisibele bhath
by Sara


Ragi rotti by Sara

Goli bajji by Jyothi


Ragi muddi by Jyothi


Maddur vade by Preethi


18 comments:

  1. Wonderful round up shanthi... nice way to see dishes from so many states and also try out.... good job :)

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  2. Hi shanthi looks like a great hit for the event....nice to see new recipes.....all the best

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  3. Hi Shanthi,
    Nice roundup and thanks for the award :)

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  4. Lots of yummy recipes to try...Great round up..

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  5. this was an excellent round up.. very well done!

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  6. Thats a lovely roundup...so many yummy dishes ....

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  7. SUch a lovely roundup, again loads of delicious dishes..

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  8. nice event and yummy delights...missed ur event

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  9. THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN AND HAVE A NICE DAY.

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  10. Shanthi, I'm hoping to post a comment atleast now. Thank you for this nice event and round - up. And a big thanks for the award.

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  11. everything looks so good here!

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  12. So many yummy regional dishes in one place.....lovely theme and lovely round-up, very well done

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  13. So many yummy recipes...looks so gud..gr8 job Shanti

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  14. Wow what a round up shanti. Very well done.
    There are many yummy recipes.

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  15. hats off to you, Shanthi! wonderful job.

    Lissie
    http://saltandspice.org/

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  16. All these varieties makes an person to have all at once. Nice post that makes sense when an new dish makes to feel hungry.

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