I was searching for a new vada recipe and landed in special page that has a traditional Arabic dish. Wow! I was discussing this recipe with my husband and his taste buds remembered his moms recipe "thata payaru vada" i.e., cow peas vada. Even in Egypt, chickpeas is replaced by fava beans. What a amazing cross culture dish! Got to try this variations in future.
No one wants to touch the over ripped banana, though it tastes good the dark skin is not so appealing. Thought of a best way to handle it, here is a nutritious & delicious sandwich with banana and nuts. It’s crunchy with nuts, sweet with honey and yummy with banana in it. An easy do evening snack and can also be a nutritious sandwich pack for your kid’s lunch box.
I had an impression that Brinjal is tricky to cook, at times it gets over cooked and the whole dish becomes a mess. So I never tried any thing else than fried Brinjal gravy and normal Brinjal fry. Once I was left with lot of Brinjal with which I dont want to make a fry or a gravy. I just want to cook one pot dish. Okay, lets do Brinjal Biryani however I promised myself that I will not make a mess. With all care I cooked the brinjal, added all the ingredients and closed the lid. Once done, I opened it and the brinjal was cooked well with all the masala in, oh! still in shape. Being a veggie, this swtiched us from a normal veg biryani.