Showing posts with label MANGALORE CUISINE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MANGALORE CUISINE. Show all posts

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Mangalore Buns Recipe~ Karnataka Special | How to Make Mangalore Buns | Indian Cooking Challenge - March

Tried and tasted by Nivedita
Hi All,
How is everyone?? Hope all is well. Feeling shy to start writing a post here. Its exactly one year that I posted a recipe in my blog. I know you all love me and welcome me back with your arms wide open and support me the way you did always. When I thought of returning back  first thing came in my mind was Srivalli"s Indian Cooking Challenge.



So here I am with you guys, with the simplest yet tastiest Mangalore Sweet Buns which is the challenge for the month of March 2015.




Though I tried it in restaurants and my mom used to make it often, I never thought of trying it at home, The simple reason is its Maida and sugar and Fried....

But when I saw it in challenge, it was an opportunity for me to try it and taste it.
Valli has followed the recipe from  This.. its from www.chefandherkitchen.com.
Please visit Valli

I have not changed any thing, so just posting the photos. 
We all enjoyed it with hot cup of coffee. I hope you all will also enjoy it. 
And its a great food to take with you while travelling.

Thanks for visiting me again and pleeeze your comments are highly appreciated..
I am waiting..

Keep Smiling,

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

SANNA ~IDLIS | STEAMED RICE CAKE FROM MANGALORE FOR ICC

Tried and tasted by Nivedita
Hi All,
A recipe prepared with yeast always puts me in tension till it is prepared and its served on the table.
This time, when Valli announced this month's  Indian Cooking Challenge and I checked the ingredients, my first response was NO!! This month also I am not going to participate in the event. I removed it from my mind to make it. But last week, when I saw the active yeast packet in a super market, somehow I felt I should try it. Its better to try and fail than never trying and crying afterwards. I brought the packet and boiled rice. Still I took few more days to make up my mind. 
Valli has chosen the recipe from  Shireen Sequeira's Mom. 

Day before yesterday I tried these Sannas. My first batch was a flop. Sannas were hard and tasteless. May be the reason was the batter was not fully fermented.

Please visit Valli 's PAGE  for the ingredients and the method. 
Lets see how I prepared these Sannas.
I did not take the step by step pictures  but will write down the method I followed.
I took the exact measurement of all the ingredients as in the recipe.
I soaked Urad dal(1/4 cup), Boiled rice(1 1/2cup) and raw rice(1/2 cup) separately at 11.45 AM.
At 3.00PM. I prepared the yeast(1 tsp heaped) solution with sugar(1 tsp) in tepid water(3 tbsp). Kept it for 10 minutes.
Till then, I prepared the urad dal paste first and then both the rice. It took time for the rice to get into fine paste.Mixed all the three nicely and added the yeast solution. Mixed it well. Added the salt to taste and 2 tsp more sugar. Mixed well and kept it closed till 5.30 PM.
Checked the batter, it was not fully up but my daughter was hungry. Thinking that given time in the original recipe was 1 1/2 hour, I tried making first batch.
This is what I got: hard and taste less.


                         First time, my elder daughter had it with sauce.

Then I waited till 7 PM and prepared two more batches. I got them nice puffy and tasty :-)
I prepared a simple sambhar and we had it for our dinner. My both the kids enjoyed it. Hey, one sanna I made in a Thatte idly stand, a big round one. My younger one loved it with ghee and sambhar.


I enjoyed my yeastwala sannas :-)

Keep Smiling, 

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