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#11 Deepa Pal

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Posted 21 January 2004 - 12:38 PM


Peda
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Ingredients:

1. Milk 1 litre
2. Sugar 3 tbsps.
3. Butter 1 tsp.

Method:

Boil the milk in low heat for about 2 hours, so that you get a nice thick milk khoya, let it to cool. Melt the butter in a pan and then add the milk solid to it keep stirring in low heat. Then add sugar & cardamon powder and stir continuously. When mixed thoroughly remove from fire. Beat the mixture well for a few minutes and allow to cool. Then cut the mixture into desired shapes and garnish them with nuts......ready!!
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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:04 PM

tomato ko aachar.

RAW-

skin some tomatoes by placing in hot water for a wee bit, then take some garlic and salt, put in blender and whizz until really fine. then methi le jhanne!

can add toasted sesame seeds or toasted soya beans or corriander or chilli...whizz with the tomatoes and methi le jhanne.

COOKED-

take a pan, alli kati tel ani tyesma methi halne. methi kaalo bhaye pachi pyaj, lasun ra aduwa halne. fry bhaye pachhi tomato halne with salt and chilli ani let it cook until the sourness of the tomato has disappeared, i guess that's when the oil starts separating from the toamto hola. ani pani alli kati halne ani dhaniya halne.

tastes yum!

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#13 manchilds friend

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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:10 PM

ke ke bhancha Distant le pani ...

je pani "methi le jhanne" re

Edited by manchilds friend, 25 January 2004 - 03:10 PM.

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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:16 PM

QUOTE (manchilds friend @ Jan 25 2004, 03:10 PM)
ke ke bhancha Distant le pani ...

je pani "methi le jhanne" re

yeah methi le najhanyo bhane it tastes mank..jhan chrunchy or krunchy...forgot spelling anyway crunchy methi tastes really nice so like last ma halyo bhane...jhan mitho! oh you people put mint too and timur..timur and tomato acchar is mank!
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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:21 PM

QUOTE (distant_memory @ Jan 25 2004, 03:16 PM)
QUOTE (manchilds friend @ Jan 25 2004, 03:10 PM)
ke ke bhancha Distant le pani ...

je pani "methi le jhanne" re

yeah methi le najhanyo bhane it tastes mank..jhan chrunchy or krunchy...forgot spelling anyway crunchy methi tastes really nice so like last ma halyo bhane...jhan mitho! oh you people put mint too and timur..timur and tomato acchar is mank!

yeah mint is manky .. but timur is terrific ..

I prefer plain old corriander "dhaniya" myself

Methi is the mankiest of them all .. what flavour does it add apart from bitter stone-like taste. looks as appetising as fish turd.
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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:29 PM

QUOTE (manchilds friend @ Jan 25 2004, 03:21 PM)
QUOTE (distant_memory @ Jan 25 2004, 03:16 PM)
QUOTE (manchilds friend @ Jan 25 2004, 03:10 PM)
ke ke bhancha Distant le pani ...

je pani "methi le jhanne" re

yeah methi le najhanyo bhane it tastes mank..jhan chrunchy or krunchy...forgot spelling anyway crunchy methi tastes really nice so like last ma halyo bhane...jhan mitho! oh you people put mint too and timur..timur and tomato acchar is mank!

yeah mint is manky .. but timur is terrific ..

I prefer plain old corriander "dhaniya" myself

Methi is the mankiest of them all .. what flavour does it add apart from bitter stone-like taste. looks as appetising as fish turd.

don't like mint too.

methi le jhanne ko takes away the mank rawness taste. and the bitterness is nice.

what about methi ko acchar...you don't like?? methi ko acchar with sugar tastes like titaura!

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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:33 PM

methi ko acchar is okay .. i guess .. because other flavours overpowers the mankiness of methi ..

Have you tried the new "BOMBAY BAD BOY" pot noodle ???? ... the sauce that comes with it is really spicy hot ... what's more ... it tastes like titaura too .. mmmmmm . i miss titauras

Edited by manchilds friend, 25 January 2004 - 03:35 PM.

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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:35 PM

i miss lapsi ko acchhar and mula ko achhar...the proper sisi ma banayeko. and gundruk...sadheko gundruk with roti...yum...hate talu ama, and i miss sinki!
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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:39 PM

come to think of it .. Nepali food is all about pickling, fermenting, smoking etc .. isn't it?

My mum makes mula ko acchar even now and lapsi ko achhar as well .. my sister survives on the stuff. I hate mula ko achar though .. it's too amilo for me .. I'd rather suck on a lemon
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Posted 25 January 2004 - 03:42 PM

it's a girl thing!

we went mad asti, had loads of lime at home and so we cut them into 8's and had a competition who can have the most...dip them in sugar salt and chilli...by the end of it...couldn't feel our teeth!

i miss sajewan and parwal ko seeds too.

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