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Liver Fry


By : englishtamil     Added : 28 August 2009
Everyday Meal: Couscous with Tomatoes
A simple, everyday meal that is healthy and rich in carbs and protein, eaten in good volumes.

By : englishtamil     Added : 15 January 2009
Chilli Parotta / Kothu Parotta
A South Indian specialty done street food style (from Tamil Nadu). To all Non Tamil speaking people: the dish is so simple that it needs no narration whatsoever. I hope you don't mind my taking the liberty to converse completely in Tamil. Most of what I say not related to the dish per se; just some fun talk. I can add annotations in English if something about the recipe is not clear. Thanks.

By : englishtamil     Added : 22 October 2008
Chicken Chettinad
Chicken Chettinad (one of the few ways to get the "authentic" flavour)

By : englishtamil     Added : 01 November 2007
Poori Kilangu/Potato curry
This dish mainly goes with poori (which is easy to make, so I haven't shown it in this video). It goes well with dosa too. But not so much with chapathi (may be it does, but I'm not a big fan of that combination). The video goes a little too fast, sorry about that. Let me know if you have any questions.

By : englishtamil     Added : 26 October 2007
Street Food: Gobi Manchurian
Gobi (cauliflower) Manchurian The video is over two months old - recorded the day after I made 'vadas', gobi 65 and samosas (yet to be published).

By : englishtamil     Added : 16 September 2007
Gobi 65
Gobi 65 (A step before gobi manchurian) - roughly based on the recipe in the site below. http://www.spiceindiaonline.com/gobi_manchrian

By : englishtamil     Added : 31 July 2007
Paruppu Vadai/ Masal' Vada
Refer the following pages for the recipe with similar ingredients: * ½ Red onion cut into small pieces * 3 green chilies * 1tsp Ginger * 1/2tsp sweet cumin * 2tsp Cilantro * A little of Hing Powder To Grind: * 1 cup of Chana Dal (Soaked for 2hrs) * 3 Red chilies * Salt to taste http://veetusamayal.blogspot.com/2007/02/parrupu-vadai.html http://dailygirlblog.blogspot.com/2005/12/chana-dal-vada-parippu-vada.html

By : englishtamil     Added : 18 July 2007
Paav Bhaji
Vegetables: Rough measure of cualiflower, capsicum, carrot - cooked tender one medium sized potato, boiled and peeled handful of soaked and cooked chickpeas

By : englishtamil     Added : 26 May 2007
Spicy Brinjal Curry
Kathirikka Kaara Kolambu The following is text version of the recipe put down by Karen. Thank you so much for your time. SPICY BRINJAL CURRY, aka Kathirikkai Kaara Kolambu MASTER GROCERY LIST! Oil (sesame and/or other type, will use in all Steps) 1 tbs channa daal 1 tsp urad daal 1-2 dried red chillies fresh green chillies several curry leaves (Steps 1 and 3) ginger paste chopped and sliced red onions (chopped for Step 1, sliced for Step 3) 1 tsp tumeric (Steps 1 and 3) pinch of hing (asafeoetida) 2 large tsp sambar masala (samba spice mix) 2 large tbs of canned, chopped tomatoes shredded coconut tamarind paste diluted in some hot water 4 brinjals (AKA "baby" eggplants), sliced into 6 pieces, leaving the stem on for flavor (see video) pinch of chilli powder 2 pinches of coriander powder pinch of tava fry masala (if you don't have this, skip it) pinch of curry powder salt to taste pinch of fenugreek seeds. 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 tsp black mustard seeds 5 cloves of garlic 4 small cinnamon sticks 3 whole cloves 2-3 drumsticks (moringa, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moringa_oleifera), cut/torn in special way (see video), microwaved w/ salt and small amount of water Additional water (approx. 1 cup?) 1-2 tsp jaggery to taste cilantro for garnish (optional) INGREDIENTS: Step 1 (Spicy curry paste) Oil (sesame and/or other type, use in all Steps) 1 tbs channa daal 1 tsp urad daal 1-2 dried red chillies fresh green chillies several curry leaves (curry leaves also used in Step 3) ginger paste chopped red onions (Note: will use sliced red onions in Step 3) ½ tsp tumeric (also use tumeric in Step 3) pinch of hing (asafeoetida) 2 large tsp samba masala (samba spice mix) 2 large tbs of canned, chopped tomatoes shredded coconut tamarind paste diluted in some hot water Step 2 (Frying brinjals) 2 tsp oil (sesame and/or other type, use oil in all Steps) 4 brinjals (AKA "baby" eggplants), sliced into 6 pieces, leaving the stem on for flavor (see video) pinch of chilli powder 2 pinches of coriander powder pinch of tava fry masala (if you don't have this, skip it) pinch of curry powder salt to taste Step 3 (Combining everything together) Oil (sesame and/or other type, use oil in all Steps) pinch of fenugreek seeds. 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 tsp black mustard seeds 5 cloves of garlic curry leaves (curry leaves also used in Step 1) sliced red onions (Note: will use chopped red onions in Step 1) 3 whole cloves 4 small cinnamon sticks tumeric powder (also use tumeric in Step 1) 2-3 drumsticks (moringa, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moringa_oleifera), cut/torn in special way (see video), microwaved w/ salt and small amount of water Additional water (approx. 1 cup?) 1-2 tsp jaggery to taste cilantro for garnish (optional). INSTRUCTIONS This recipe takes 3 major steps. The first is to make the spicy curry sauce. The second is to fry the brinjals or 'baby' eggplants. The third combines all the ingredients and their flavors together. Step 1 (Spicy curry sauce) 1. Heat oil in pan. 2. Add 1 tbs channa daal and 1 pinch of urad daal. Stir. 3. Add dried red chillies, fresh green chillies, curry leaves. Stir for a little bit. 4. Add ginger paste and chopped red onion. Stir for a few minutes. 5. Add ½ tsp tumeric and a pinch of hing. Stir a bit more. 6. Add 2 tsp samba powder. 7. Keep stirring. Mixture should be quite dry. 8. Turn up heat a little bit as you are going to add moist tomatoes. 9. Add 2 large tbs of canned, chopped tomatoes. Keep stirring for a couple minutes or so. 10. Add shredded coconut. Add tamarind paste which has been diluted w/ some water. 11. Cook on medium heat for 3 more mins. then turn off heat. 12. Coarsely blend this spice/tamarind mixture in a blender to make the spicy curry sauce. Step 2 (Frying brinjal) 1. Heat a pan w/ 2 tsp oil (sesame and other) 2. Add brinjal, AKA "baby" eggplants. 3. Add pinch of chilli powder, 2 pinches of coriander powder, pinch of tava fry masala (if you don't have this, skip it), and pinch of curry powder 4. Add salt to taste. 5. Stir brinjals on medium heat for 5-10 mins. 6. Microwave drum sticks w/ a pinch of salt and small amount of water for 30-60 sec. Set aside. Step 3 (Combining everything together) 1. Heat another pan w/ oil (sesame and/or other type) 2. Add pinch of fenugreek seeds, 1 tsp cumin seeds, 1 tsp black mustard seeds, garlic, curry leaves, sliced onions, 3 cloves, 4 small cinnamon sticks. 3. Stir. 4. Add tumeric powder. 5. Add brinjals and drumsticks which have been heated in microwave w/ salt and small amount of water. 6. Add spicy curry sauce from Step 1. 7. Add some water (looks to be about 1 cup?). 8. Check the salt and spices and correct to your taste. 9. Add 1-2 tsp. jaggery, to taste. 10. Let it simmer covered for about 15 mins on moderate heat. (If too watery, simmer uncovered part of the time). 11. Garnish w/ cilantro (optional).

By : englishtamil     Added : 22 April 2007
Fried Curd Rice and Boiled-Egg Fry
Fried Curd Rice and Boiled-Egg Fry

By : englishtamil     Added : 20 April 2007
Artificial Evolution
Artificial Evolution - A Segment from a program in NG that discusses the possibilities of the AI and human enhancements in future.

By : englishtamil     Added : 03 April 2007
chickpeas curry - sundal kolambu
chickpeas curry - sundal kolambu

By : englishtamil     Added : 20 March 2007
100 dollar taxi ride - Madras
A segment fron National Geographic's '100 dollar taxi ride' - Madras

By : englishtamil     Added : 15 March 2007
Keerai Poriyal - Fried Spinach
Spinach fry with coconut

By : englishtamil     Added : 27 February 2007

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