Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Announcing Global Kadai - Indianized French Toast

Am very happy to host this month's Global Kadai Event with Indianized version of French toast as theme..Wat is Global Kadai?? most of us would have already seen or prepared many Indianized version of International dishes either from our kitchen or in some of the restaurants..This Global Kadai Event is created by Cilantro is to bring out those Indianized version of International dishes and every month this event goes for an International dish which should be prepared with our creative mind using familiar Indian ingredients.... Personally i cant stop myself to make out many dishes without our Indian touch, even if prepare sometimes french toast at home i 'll prepare them either by stuffing with meats or seafoods, either as savoury or sweet and sometime as with veggies..I have to say a big thanks to Cilantro for letting me to host this beautiful event..

Typical French toast is made with bread and eggs. Milk or sugar is commonly added. According to what is popular in local cuisine, many of the spices that are added to bread or egg dishes are included in cooking. This versatile dish is often topped with sugar, butter, fruit, syrup, or other items.In United Kingdom, this french toast are called as egg bread, while in France we call these french toast as 'Pain Perdu' which means lost bread..

You can make french toast with many variations with anything and send them to my mailbox, just bring out ur imagination and ur creativity by making out many yummyilicious toasts..Wat u need to do is:



1) Use your imagination and creativity to prepare french toast using ingredients familiar in Indian Cuisine(Veg & Non Veg entries are allowed).. Post your entries on your blog from today to 30th june..

2) If you already have appropriate entry archived, send it immediately to me.  No limit on the number of entries.

3) Provide a link back to this announcement page and also to CIlantro's Announcement Page and feel free to use the logo..

4) Email your entry to Priyasuresh09@gmail.com with following details
 Your Name
 Blog Name
 Blog URL
 Recipe URL
 Photograph of final dish.

5)The deadline for this event is 30th June , 2010.

6)If you don’t have a blog but wanted to participate in this event, send your entries with a picture, your name and recipe to mentioned mail address before the deadline..

34 comments:

  1. This is kinda interesting event priya..do count me in ..

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  2. Hummm Frenchtoast mmm let me think... nice idea priya... appa and amma are pure vegetarions sooo let me think some thing vege....

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  3. An Easy Breakfast Option Priya!!! Count Me in!!!!!

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  4. wow. really an interesting event dear.

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  5. Interesting french tost indianized version, nice event.

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  6. What a lovely event will definately send some recipes.

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  7. Sounds good but right now I am sending you 3 for your onion event! :))

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  8. Priya,,entha international cuisine ah irunthalum namma indian masalas poettu seithu paarhta nalla thaan irukkum paa,,nalla event Priya..

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  9. Count us in..Great event Priya..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  10. Interesting Event will try to send in

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  11. Wow interesting event dear..count me in.

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  12. Super Event Priya..Would Love to participate..

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  13. Priya,

    Nice event i will send some recipes.

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  14. Nice event Priya.Waiting to see Indianised toasts.

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  15. அருமையான ஈவன்ட்...கண்டிப்பாக இதில் கலந்து கொள்கிறேன்...

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  16. Great theme Priya, will surely try to make something :)

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  17. Thank you Priya for hosting. I have never tried Indianizing the French Toast. Will try it our soon for the event.

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  18. lol priya
    alraedy I've got a entry for you..I didn't know you are hosting this event..2-3 people told me to send it to you..

    soon I'll link your event to my recipe..

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  19. Wonderful theme, Priya!! We will also try to partcipate..

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  20. Lovely and interesting event. If you like then you can count me.

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  21. We use to spice up the french toast! That is a lovely theme!

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  22. tes toasts sont très appétissants, j'adore
    bonne soirée

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  23. Oh, this is a great event to know more about Indian recipes.
    Let me think if I can come out any simple recipe.

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  24. Concept is great, will try to think of something to send :)

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  25. very interesting event dear.. will try to send something...

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  26. Nice interesting event priya...really its like making our minds to think....thats nice....can count me in... :)

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  27. Sounds like a lovely event! I had no idea that Pain Perdu was called French toast! I will definitely send my entry!

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  28. Hi priya,

    Wonderful event...I already have a couple of ideas..will definitely participate.

    On a side note, is there another global kadai - pasta event going on simultaneously? - http://www.thayirsaadham.com/?p=664, or am I mistaken?

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  29. hai priya
    Nice event
    i am also sending some entries/
    Jaleela

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