My Legume Love Affair #121 Event Announcement

Hello lovely people! First of all, apologies for not updating the blog often as an another hobby is ruling my free time these days - the more I am learning about it, the more I am getting obsessed with it. That doesn't mean cooking took a back seat. Almost every weekend, I have been trying new recipes. It is just that the whole process of photographing and writing a proper blog post seems daunting these days. I will try to mend that in future, I promise. But, meanwhile, it is that time of the year again where lentil lovers unite for a fun  food event: My Legume Love Affair. July 2018 marks its 121st edition and I want you guys to get those aprons on and start cooking pronto to celebrate the goodness and versatility of our lovely legumes!

Rules are pretty much the same and once your recipe is posted, add the URL using the Linky tool attached to the end of this post.. Non-bloggers can participate too. Details inside the post. I can't wait to see your recipe entries all month long. Happy Cooking!

How To Make South Indian Style Medu Vada (Lentil Fritters | Chillu Garelu) Recipe

As I type this post, I can hear the pitter-patter of the incessant rain and cool wind gush outside my window. It has been pouring cats and dogs since morning and the dull weather isn't helping me stay focused on work at hand. Instead, my mind is wandering in hundred directions, especially towards something deep fried. Usually I am reluctant to heat a pot of oil but today, I gave in. Sharing a easy and fool proof recipe for Medhu Vada as we call in South India. It is one of most adored breakfast dishes and sometimes, we get down to enjoy these as appetizers/snacks. Don't miss out on these golden brown beauties. Enjoy.

Kadai Paneer Recipe with Homemade Kadai Masala Powder

There are numerous paneer recipes and amongst all, Kadai Paneer has a special place in our hearts. Especially, when made with a freshly ground kadai masala, this luscious curry is to die for. Put your favorite music and do spend an hour on a Sunday afternoon to make this flavorful curry. Almost anything goes with this dish and I highly recommend some fried rice or if you are feeling lazy frozen naan from trader joes work too. 

Kadai Paneer Recipe with homemade Kadai Masala powder
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