Welcome SUMMER’s with my 2nd Event– “Jump’ N Jive @ Icypritz”

Thanda Thanda Cool Cool— Now summer season is back with lots of fun and masti, So enjoy the season with chilled hangout…


Rules for the event:-
To participate, it’s really simple….
Create a chilled drink/ beverages for
especially on the very coming season SUMMER…… It’s could be a drinks/beverages/
Ice-cream/dessert/ soup/ salad/ pastery/ smoothies/ mocktails/juices or
anything which serve chilled or with icy form to beat the heat of Summer Season
if it has a summer theme, so it will be more interesting and colourful or spl.
Totally Chilled…..
Warm and hot drinks or dessert will not
be considered………
This
event starts from 1st April 2012 to 30th June 2012….you can link as many
wonderful and creative recipes in this period.

You may send as many links or recipes.
No archives please…. If you have more interesting recipes then only reposted
and linked back to the announcement page….. Use linky tool at the end of this
page.

You have
to follow my blog and join @ Facebook page, Twitter follow and leave the
comments on other’s blogger recipes.

Use of above logo is mandatory; it helps
in spreading the word of on-going event.
Recipes should be vegetarian and no
alcohol or non-veg stuff, only egg allowed in case of chilled
desserts.

If you
found any kind of problem during link the recipe with linky tool, just share
your recipe on Gmail (preetiskitchenlife@gmail.com)
Non blogger can also send me an email on
my Gmail id or Sharing Option with the details as below:
Name (person)
Recipe name
Recipe photo
Recipe detail in .doc format
Email address
Date of submission
Thanks foodie lovers, that’s it from
my side…..in case of any changes in event, I will be told u….

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BM Editions

Hiii Food Lovers,
I start my blog from Dec.
2011, and thank a ton for ur lots of love and appreciations. Today is last day
of BM#14 edition hosted by Srivalli, it’s a fantastic event which we enjoy a lot with
other co-bloggers and get the chance to learn more new and innovative recipes. Here
is a complete recap of all last 3 series which I had enjoyed a lot.
BM # 14 Editions 1st
week (16 Mar-22 Mar) with Indian Sweet Theme…..

16 Mar 1st day Shahi Bread
17 Mar 2nd day Gulab Jamun
18 Mar 3rd day Makhana Kheer
19 Mar 4th day Gulgule
20 Mar 5th day  Instant Jalebi
21 Mar 6th day Meethi Seviyan
22 Mar 7th day Raava Laddoo
BM # 14 Editions 2nd
week (23 Mar-29 Mar) with Combo of 3 Theme…..

23 Mar 1st day  Idli Fries
24 Mar 2nd day  Idli Manchurian
25 Mar 3rd day Gobhi Bhajia
26 Mar 4th day Tomato Vada
27 Mar 5th day  Tangy Noodle Sandwich
28 Mar 6th day  Gol Gappe Shots
29 Mar 7th day  Bingo Fruit Masti
BM # 13 Editions 1st
week (16 Feb-22 Feb) with Chips Theme…..

16Feb 1st day Potato French Fries
17Feb 2nd day Tortilla Chips/ Corn Chips
18Feb 3rd day Eggplant Fries
19Feb 4th day Plantain Chips/ Banana
Chips

20Feb 5th day Sweet Potatoes Chips
21Feb 6th day Taro Golden Coins
22Feb 7th day Carrot Chips
BM # 13 Editions 2nd
week (23 Feb-29 Feb) with Kebab Theme…..

23Feb 1st day Dahi Kebab
24Feb 2nd day Fruit Kebab
25Feb 3rd day Kasuri Aloo Kebab
26Feb 4th day Mix Dal Kebab
27Feb 5th day Harabhara Kebab
28Feb 6th day Tri-colored VegetableKebab
29Feb 7th day Grill Paneer Tikka
BM #12 Editions 2nd
week (23 Jan- 29 Jan) with Paneer Theme….

23Jan 1st day PaneerKheer
24Jan 2nd day  Spinach Paneer Prantha
25Jan 3rd day Cheese Ball In Roasted TomatoGravy
26Jan 4th day  Cheese-Potato Pop
27Jan 5th day  Masala Cheese toast
28Jan 6th day Instant Paneer Chilla
29Jan 7th day Stuff Paneer Kulcha
Enjoy……

Bingo Fruit Masti

Now these days
everyone little conscious about diet and they are not want to consider fat or
junk food but still chaat is very common but still very famous in over
surrounding, no one can say no to chaat… so here I do little change with chaat
which healthy as well yummy too.
Today I post “Bingo
Fruit Masti” in which I used bingo chaat masti pack which already comes with
little chaat taste. Another change is, considering fruits instead of boiled
potatoes and papri through which we get sweet and tangy taste. Its look too colourful
and crunchy, crisp and yumm in taste also which attract everyone easily, when I
taste this chaat, really its blast on my taste buds.

Ingredients
1 packet of Bingo
Chaat Masti
Rice puffs
Peanuts masala (coated
in gram flour)
Sev (0 size namkeen)
In Fruits
Black grapes (halves
cut)
Pomegranate seeds
Orange chunks
Red apple (chopped)
Cucumber English skinny
(kakri)
raw mango (chopped) (kaccha aam)
Sauces (Sweet chutney and Green coriander chutney)
Whipped curd
In Spices
Salt to taste
Chaat masala
Roasted cumin powder
Red paprika powder
Lemon juice
Fresh chopped green
coriander leaves
Method
In a plate, place
the bingo triangle chips and add peanuts, rice puff and all fruits (anar, kaccha aam, kakri, orange chunks, black grapes, apple.
Now spread both
chutney and whipped curd on the plate.
Now sprinkle all
spices, lemon juice and chopped coriander leaves. Now sprinkle little sev on
the top as well a little quantity of fruits for garnishing.
Serve this yummilicious
chaat with loved one 🙂
Note: you can used fruits according to your availability and taste.
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Gol Gappe Shots/ Flavoured Panipuri

Gol gappa or Panipuri is very famous street snack in all over India. It
is round, so crisp and filled with potatoes stuffing and pudina flavour water
as traditional Panipuri. It’s small in size but enough to fit in mouth.  Pani comes from the Hindi word for water and puri (or poori)
is the name of an Indian bread made by frying dough in oil. It is
known as bataasha in the western region. Now these days, Panipuri
comes with some new flavour of water which increases its taste more.

Ingredients

10 gol gappe (readymade)
For stuffing
Boiled and chopped potatoes
Boiled black chickpeas
Crispy boondi/ pakori
For flavors
COLA Pani
1 glass coca cola
1/2 tsp. black
pepper powder
1/4 tsp. black salt
1 tsp. lemon juice
1/2 tsp. roasted
cumin powder
1 tbsp. chopped
black grapes
1 tsp. tamarind chutney
ORANGE Pani
     1
glass orange drink (Fanta)
     1/2 tsp. black pepper powder
1/4 tsp. black salt
1 tsp. lemon juice
1/2 tsp. roasted
cumin powder
1 tbsp. orange
chunks
1 tsp. tamarind chutney
1 tsp. green
coriander chutney
Method
For cola pani, combine all the
ingredients together and refrigerate till to chill.
For orange pani, combine all
the ingredients together and refrigerate till to chill.
For gol gappe
Fill the puri with stuffing
(bondi, potato, boiled black chickpeas and both sauces).
Fill the glasses with flavour
drinks and garnish with stuff puri on the top of filled glass.
Note: for more flavour you
can use your favourite drink.
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Street food event by Rosh

Tangy Noodle Sandwich

Today I post “Tangy Noodle
Sandwich”…..under this recipe we cook first Maggie with ketchup for tangy taste….then
add with bread and hot  and yummy toast
is ready for  your tummy…really  its completely delicious….hope everyone like it.
You can do same with leftover noodles and Maggie….for more different flavors…add favourite sauce or spices…

Ingredients
1 small packet of Maggie
1 tbsp. tomato ketchup
4 slice bread
Butter

Equipment- toaster

Method
First we have to just cut
the packet and replace the masala and noodles into plate. Heat the pan and add
1 cup water, when start boiling. Add masala and tomato ketchup, mix well. Add noodles
and stir continuously. Remove from the flame when it cooks well.
Take one bread slice and
spread noodles. Now cover it with another bread slice. Spread little butter
both side of sandwich. Place the sandwich in toaster when its look crisp…serves
hot with tomato ketchup.

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Tomato Vada/ Stuff Tomato Vada/ Tomato Pakora

Today I post
something different i.e. “Stuff Tomato Vada”, it’s three step recipe, under 1st
step, we make gram flour and spices batter. In 2nd step, mash and
add spices into boiled potatoes.  In 3rd
step, add mixture into tomato halves and fry them.
Tomatoes are
now eaten freely throughout the world, and their consumption is believed to
benefit the heart, among other organs. They contain the carotene lycopene, one
of the most powerful natural antioxidants.
In some studies, lycopene, especially in cooked tomatoes, has been found to
help prevent prostate cancer, but other research contradicts this
claim. Lycopene has also been shown to improve the
skin’s ability to protect against harmful UV rays Natural genetic variation in
tomatoes and their wild relatives has given a genetic plethora of genes that
produce lycopene, carotene, anthocyanin, and other antioxidants. Tomato
includes Vitamin A and Vitamin C.

Ingredients

3
tomatoes (halves cut)
For batter
1 cup
gram flour
1
tsp. carom seeds
A pinch
of meetha soda
½ tsp.
salt
½ tsp.
red chillies powder
A pinch
of turmeric powder
½ tsp.
ginger and green chillies paste
For stuffing
1
boiled potato
½ tsp.
mustard seeds (rai)
Salt to
taste
Red chillies
to taste
½ tsp.
amchoor/ raw mango powder
½ tsp.
coriander powder
A pinch
of turmeric powder
A pinch
of garam masala
½ tsp.
lemon juice
Vegetable
oil for deep frying
Method
For the
batter
Add all
ingredients of batter into one bowl and add enough water for smooth and thick consistency
of batter.
For stuffing
Take a
boiled potato. Now peel and mash it. Add all spices except mustard seeds and
mix well. Heat the 1 tsp. oil into the non-stick pan on medium flame. Add mustard
seed, when they start crackle. Add potato mixture into pan and mix well. Remove
from the flame and keep aside to cool.
For vada
Cut and scoop out all pulp from the tomatoes. Fill
the potatoes mixture into halves and combine the cut out part of
the tomatoes carefully, dip in a mixture of gram flour and coat well. Now
heat the vegetable oil into the wok, when oil is hot enough for frying, add
tomato pieces one by one. Remove the Tomatoes Vada into paper. Cut in two parts
and serve hot with salad and chutney.
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Gobhi Bhajias/ Gobhi Ke Pakore/ Cauliflower Fritters In Indian Style

Bhajias or fritters also known as Pakoras, these
are the perfect snack for a cold, rainy day and serve them with sweet tamarind
chutney. Use any vegetable you like, here I used Cauliflower.

Cauliflower
is low in fat, low in carbs but high in dietary fiber, folate, water,
and vitamin C, possessing a high nutritional density. Cauliflower
contains several phytochemicals, common in the cabbage family that
may be beneficial to human health.
§  Sulforaphane, a compound released when cauliflower is chopped or chewed,
may protect against cancer.
§  Other glucosinolates
§  Carotenoids
§  Indole-3-carbinol, a chemical that enhances DNA repair, and acts as
an estrogen antagonist,
slowing the growth of cancer cells. (from Wikipedia)

Ingredients

Cauliflower florets 7-8
medium sized
1/2 cup gram flour (besan)
½ tsp. carom seeds
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp. red chillies powder
A pinch of turmeric powder
A pinch of soda bi carbonate/
meetha soda
Chaat masala
Black pepper powder
Vegetable oil for deep frying
Method
In a bowl, add gram flour,
salt, carom seeds, red chillies powder, and turmeric powder and meetha soda. Add
enough water for thick and smooth batter.
Now wash and clean the medium
sized cauliflower and separate florets from cauliflower.
Now heat the sufficient
vegetable oil in the wok on medium flame. When oil is hot enough, dip the
florets in batter and coat well.
Cook them on medium flame until
look crisp and golden. Remove them crisp and tasty bhajjia on kitchen towel to
remove excess oil.
Sprinkle chaat masala and
black pepper onto florets and toss it well.
Serve hot hot yumm Bhajia
with sauces or dip
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Kid’s Delight, hosted by Rujuta themed on Easy to make Snacks under 30 mins
Comfort food  Street Food event hosted by Chef al Dente

Idli Finger Fries/ Idli Fries/ Fried Idli


When we prepared sooji’s idli which is very healthy and low cal. food,
it’s my favourite and never says No to this. We can make so many new recipes or
tasty snacks with leftover idli’s i.e. masala idli, fried idli, idli sandwich,
so many variations. Here is one which I’m trying today which called “Idli Finger
Fries”.

Ingredients
6 Idli
leftover (cut into finger shape) How to make IDLI
Vegetable
oil for deep frying
Chaat
masala
Black
pepper powder
Method
Cut the idli into finger
size. I get 4-5 fingers from one Idli, but it would be depend on the size of
idli. Heat the vegetable oil into the wok and fried this chopped idli’s on
medium flame until cook crisp and golden. Now remove this fried idli onto
kitchen towel.
Then add chaat masala and
black pepper powder, toss it well and serve this easy and crisp snack with chillies
sauce or tomato ketchup.
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comfort food

Idli Manchurian

When we prepared suji’s idli which is very healthy and low cal. Food,
it’s my favourite and never says No to this. We can make so many new recipes or
tasty snacks with leftover idli’s i.e. masala idli, fried idli, idli sandwich,
so many variations. Here is one which I’m trying today which called “Idli Manchurian”.

Semolina is simply a form of ground hard wheat called durum
wheat.  It is often used to make pastas and to thicken stews. 
Semolina is very high in protein making it an ideal substitute to flour,
especially for vegetarians.  Semolina is said to have a low glycaemic
index, meaning that it is digested and absorbed at a slower rate in the stomach
and intestines than white flour.  This characteristic is of a particular
importance for those wanting to reduce their weight as well as for diabetics
striving towards better blood sugar control.  Slower digestion and
absorption helps to prevent rapid fluctuations in blood glucose levels. (From
Dasman org)


Ingredients

1
onion chopped
1 green
capsicum chopped
1
carrot medium sized (chopped)
2
green chillies chopped
1
tsp. ginger paste
2
tsp. tomato ketchup
1
tsp. soya sauce
1
tsp. corn flour
1
tbsp. olive oil
Salt
to taste
1
tsp. sugar
1
tsp. black pepper
1
tbsp. green coriander chopped
1
tsp. sesame seeds
Vegetable oil for deep frying

Method
First, we have to cut the
idli into finger size. I get 4-5 fingers from one idli, but it would be depend
on the size of idli.
Now you have to heat the vegetable
oil into the deep pan and fried this chopped idli’s on medium flame until cook
crisp and golden. Now remove this fried idli onto kitchen towel.
Second step for Manchurian,
Heat the pan on medium
flame and add olive cook.
Add chopped onion, green
chillies and ginger paste, sauté for 5 minutes until onion becomes transparent
and cook well.
Add chopped capsicum and
carrot. Cook for 10 minutes.
Now add spices (black pepper,
salt and sugar), sauces batter and corn flour batter.
For sauces and cornflour
batter
Take half cup of water and
mix both sauce into cup.
Take half cup of water and corn
flour and mix well
Cook the Manchurian until
dried and garnish with green coriander and sesame seeds and serve hot.
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Kid’s Delight, hosted by Rujuta themed on Easy to make Snacks under 30 mins
comfort food

Raava Laddoo/ Rava Laddu / Semolina Sweet Balls

Ingredients
1 cup Semolina/ rava
1 cup powdered Sugar (according to taste)
1 tbsp. ghee/ clarifying butter
1 tbsp. Coconut powder (grated white portion)
1 tsp. Cashews (chopped)
1 tsp. Raisins
1 tsp. Almonds (chopped)
1 tsp. Cardamom powder
 1 tbsp. hot milk
Method
Heat the ghee in the pan on medium flame and shallow fry or roast
the almonds, cashews, raisins one by one and keep aside to cool.
Roast the coconut powder into pan at medium flame for 2 minutes and
remove in other plate and keep aside.
Now roast the semolina/ raava in the same pan and when aroma starts
coming out.
Now in deep vessel, add roasted nuts, coconut powder, cardamom
powder, roasted raava and sugar. Mix well and now add enough hot milk into
mixture for binding the shape of laddoo.
Check if mixture is able to gather the ball then make the shape of
round laddoo.
Serve this hot and healthy yummy rava laddoo.
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