Today I am going to present a mixed vegetable which is healthy, tasty and easy to prepare!
You can make it with all the summer vegetables available during this time.
This is another such dish which can make my otherwise uninteresting lunch a happy one! For making this very â€˜Bangal Raannaâ€™(East Bengali Cuisine) you need the following ingredients –
Every dish l would present here will be a tribute to my motherâ€™s cooking skill.My mother, who has spent 3/4th of her life in the kitchen. â€œAnd I am not going to do thatâ€,I promised myself all during my growing up years.
I am always fond of action, speed or moving objects like automotive. SO capturing action is one of the best thing I like in photography along side landscape and architecture. I also like low light and night photography.
Brinjals finely sliced â€“ 7 to 8 pcs
2 spring onions chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
Oil 2 tbsp to deep fry
2 bitten eggs
Introduction : At the very beginning I must tell you that I am an amateur
astronomer and have no pretensions to know astronomy at any great depth, though I have made a post before on astronomy Â called “Â Amateur Astronomy,Infinite Entertainment Â “.This
article should have been titled Beginners Star Gazing but I have included a few useful astronomical informationâ€™s (for a layman)andÂ hence the title.
Almost everyone of us at some point of time looked at the sky and watched the stars, the sun and the moon and wondered what they are in actuality.
That wonderment in my case has lead to many questions and view the sky more closely. It started accidentally one night when I could watch the skyÂ with a telescope and found the sky an amazing place of infinite beauty and mysteries.
Passion of photogtaphy was in me from very childhood. After using some cameras like Mini Queen etc. my father bought me my first SLR camera which was Russian made Zenith. Used it mostly when I used to go to tours with my parents. One thing always bugged me was the shutter lag. Later I bought Fuji Finepix S1500. I still faced the saem problem other than very good picture quality. Though another problem was low light performance of the camera. Specifically in dusk and under flash when the object is far away from my camera. So this time my criteria was low shutter lag, good performance under low light and high spped photography like high burst rate.
– Prawn four pieces shelled
– Batter with milk and flour
– Salt to taste
– Ajinomoto one pinch
– Oil for shallow frying
– Mix flour, milk, salt and ajinomoto to make a thick
– Heat oil in a non-stick pan.
– Immerse prawn pieces into the batter and pour into pan
with a spoon.
– Fry till crisp golden brown.
– Serve with mustard sauce and tomato sauce.
– Chicken 1 Kg – cut into pieces
– Onion 500 gms
– Ginger-garlic paste â€“ 1 tablespoon
– Fresh cream – Â½ cup
– Sugar 1 tablespoon
– Black pepper powder â€“ 1 teaspoon
– Vinegar â€“ Â½ cup
– Cabbage â€“ 1 cup chopped finely
– Tomato sauce â€“ 1 teaspoons
– Salt to taste
– Oil for frying
– Potato â€“ 1 large cut into slices
– ChickenÂ – 500 gms.
– Garlic â€“ 2 tsps.
– Ginger â€“ 2 tsps.
– Onion â€“ 1Â½ cup
– curd â€“ 1 cup
– Green ChilliesÂ â€“ 2
– Salt and sugar to taste
– Pepper â€“ 1 tbsp.
– Cardamom â€“ 2 pieces
– Clove â€“ 2 pieces
– Cinnamon â€“ 2 pieces