Friday, August 21, 2009

Bellpeppers Masala Dosa & Soyachunks n Greenpeas Kurma...Some Awards

Southindian breakfast specially tamilian breakfast is not complete without idlis and dosas...i love crispy paper roast and masala dosas, before few years ago making dosa here is completely a tough task coz of rice we get here..now coz of srilankans and huge population of pondicherrians we get any sort of rice for our rice dishes, idlis and dosas..i had many bitter experiences while making out dosas,even i have trashed sometimes the dosa batter too..but nowadays i can do anything, really many thing..After the hottest wednesday here, sterday evening was completely an another day, coz of the cold climate..i felt like preparing dosas after our few salad days..I did a simple masala with red and green bellpeppers and served a stuffing for making out masala dosa along with soyachunks and green peas kurma..both together turns out evening dinner fabulous.. They tastes really divine and really a prefect combination...Healthy breakfast or dinner this bellpepper masala dosa and soya &greenpeas kurma suits prefect...Am sending the bellpeppers masala dosa to EC's WYF-Breakfast and the soyachunks&greenpeas kurma goes to VIki's Side dish for chapathi...


2cups Idli batter

For Bellpepper masala:
1cup Red and green bell peppers (chopped)
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
1/2tsp Chilly powder
1tbsp Soya sauce
Salt (if needed)
Oil

Heat oil in a pan and let splutter the cumin seeds, add the chopped bellpepper pieces and saute for few seconds, add the chilly powder, soya sauce and salt if needed and cook in simmer until the oil gets separates, keep aside and let them cool..

Make a dosa batter by adding few water to the idli batter,heat a non stick pan, grease the pan with oil and paper towel or with a slice of onion..now pour a spoonful of batter and turn in clockwise to small circles..drizzle few drops of oil around and flip the other side and cook well...now place a the bellpepper masala inside the dosa and roll it...Serve hot!!



Soyachunks & Green Peas Kurma:
1/2cup Dry green peas
10nos Soyachunks
1no Onion (chopped)
1no Tomato (chopped)
2nos Bayleaves
1tsp Garlic paste
1tsp Ginger paste
2tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)
Salt
Oil

To Grind:
1tsp Peppercorns
1tsp Cumin seeds
1tsp Fennel seeds
1/4cup Grated coconut pieces
1no Cinnamon stick
3nos Cloves
2tbsp Coriander seeds
4nos Dry red chillies

Soak the dry green peas overnite and cook in hot water with salt until they get half cooked, drain the excess of water and keep aside...Cook the soyachunks in salted hot water until their double their volume, drain and squeeze out the excess of water...meanwhile grind all the ingredients from the list 'to grind' as fine paste and keep aside...

Heat enough oil in a kadai, add the bay leaves and fry until they turns brown, add immediately the chopped onions, chopped tomatoes, ginger paste, garlic paste and saute everything well until the raw smells goes away...add now the half cooked green peas and add the grounded paste to the kadai, cook everything in simmer for few minutes with lid closed...finally add the cooked soya chunks and enough water to the kadai and cook in medium high flame for few minutes..put off the stove and add the coriander leaves..

Serve as side dish!


Awards:



Its always been a real pleasure to get and share the awards through this virtual world, am really happy to get this fabulous blog award from Sangi,Rekha..Thanks dears for thinking about me..



It is the Scrumptious Blog Award -a blog award given to sites who:

Inspire you
Encourage You
May give Fabulous information
A great read
Has Scrumptious recipes
Any other reasons you can think of that make them Scrumptious!


And this beautiful scrumptious blog award was shared with me by Sireesha,Priyaraj,Sushma Mallya and Priya..Thanks a lot gals..

The rules are:

Put the logo on your blog or post.
Nominate at least 7 blogs
Let them know that they have received this Scrumptious award by commenting on their blog.
Share the love and link to this post and to the person you received your award from.

I would like to share this both awards to my following blogger friends:


Uma,Sweatha,Rekha,Yasmeen,Lubna,Keerthana,Sathya Sankar,Pavani,Sadhana and Muskaan,Usha Nandini,Varsha,Superchef,Vibaas,Vidhya...

Pls accept this awards friends!!

35 comments:

rekhas kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Congrats on your awards priya and thank you so much for thinkig about me and hummmm masala dosa with bellpeppers sounds interesting yaar,curry loos great and spicy nice post.

Sushma Mallya said... Reply To This Comment

congraz on ur awards priya..hope u get more of it....and bell pepper filling in dosa sounds interesting...green peas curry looks delicious too...

Parita said... Reply To This Comment

Both the dishes look fantastic, congratulations on your awards, truly deserving..

srikars kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Congrats on ur awards &masala dosa and kurma looks yummy..

Nandini said... Reply To This Comment

Yep! It's never a South-Indian breakfast here without idli or dosa! That chunk kurma looks really scrumptious! Congrats on your award and thanks for passing it to me! I am so happy :D

priya said... Reply To This Comment

Wow priya,

masala dosa looks yummy and delicious!!..gr8 recipes!

Shama Nagarajan said... Reply To This Comment

congrats dear...nice yummy delights

Padma said... Reply To This Comment

Congrats on your awards Priya.... dosa and kurma looks yumm

Illatharasi said... Reply To This Comment

Wonderful dosa, drooling over it ;)
Nice masala and sidedish

Priti said... Reply To This Comment

Congrats on your awards...this is so new to me...looks delicious

Illatharasi said... Reply To This Comment

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Ann said... Reply To This Comment

Innovative spread there Priya..congrats on your awards !

Hari Chandana said... Reply To This Comment

Wow... Congrats on your award dear.. keep rocking.. :)

Curry Leaf said... Reply To This Comment

Masala dosa with bellpeppers -a must try.Love your Kurma dear.CONGRATS on your lovely awards and HEARTY THANKS for conferring these on me.They are too lovely

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said... Reply To This Comment

Congrats on your awards and thanks for sharing it with us. Lovely bell pepper dosa & delicious kurma. Nice variation from the potato masala dosai.

VIDYA VENKY said... Reply To This Comment

congrats priya for such lovely awards..this is such a mouth watering recipe wow

Varunavi said... Reply To This Comment

Congrats on the awards priya and very innovative dosa

sowmya said... Reply To This Comment

i am so hungry ..and that dosa with bell peppers is so tempting...and the kurma too..

Uma said... Reply To This Comment

the name masala dosa itself is tempting me Priya!! bell pepper stuffing looks so interesting and yum!! And the kurma looks so delicious and healthy.

Congrats on those pretty awards and thank you for sharing those with me too :)

Shaista Tabrez said... Reply To This Comment

congratz on getting awards dear and curry looks yummy..

Gita said... Reply To This Comment

Congrats on your awards dear :) Thats a wonderful dinner...looks so delicious :)

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

You have taken simple dosa to another level with both the stuffing and kurma. Yummmmmm.. Congrats on the awards and thank you for passing them to me.. Have a wonderful weekend.

Faiza Ali said... Reply To This Comment

Both the dishes look so good and yummy. Now, I know what to do with those Soya chunks I have in my pantry :) Congrats on your well deserved awards.

Vrinda said... Reply To This Comment

Congrats on ur awards..liked the new masala dosa filling ,lov soya chunks.i use it in veg biryani..looks yum..

Sathya Sankar said... Reply To This Comment

The masal dosa and kurma looks very delicious priya.
congrats on the awards and thanks for passing to me :)

lata raja said... Reply To This Comment

Congratulations Priya, well deserved awards..Dosas are inviting to grab.

Divya Vikram said... Reply To This Comment

Love the masala dosa filling. Diff and healthy!

Abhilash said... Reply To This Comment

Dosa looks awsome.. We get 36 types of dosas here...

And thats for calling my comments experts opinion...

Srilakshmi said... Reply To This Comment

Awesome Dosa! Congratulations on your awards!

Pavithra said... Reply To This Comment

Wow awesome masala dosa... congrats on ur award.. Nice post.. thanks for sharing.

Varsha Vipins said... Reply To This Comment

Thank u so soo much Priyakka..that you thought of me..:)
..n tha Khurma took ma heart..Is the dry green peas almost same as the normal ones?

K said... Reply To This Comment

Priya, masala dosa is making my mouth water. looks great!

Congrats on your awards and thanks so much for thinking of me:)

Valarmathi said... Reply To This Comment

Bell pepper stuffing sounds interesting. Both the dishes looks yummy.

EC said... Reply To This Comment

This is an interesting variation..thanks for the entry and congrats on the award

meeso said... Reply To This Comment

That's a great looking breakfast... I sometimes wish our cafeteria at work served stuff like this... I would be in heaven!