It’s time for thanking someone 🙂
Each one of us would admire someone just because we weren’t able to be like the way they are. We could like their character, they way they carry themselves, the way the talk, it could be anything…
I am going to talk about one such person in my life!
If I idolize a girl, it would be her…
A girl who broke out of the shell created by our society…
A girl who loves to talk…
A girl who helps anyone in spite of her commitments…
A girl who takes care of everyone around…
A girl who reads a lot…
A girl who travels a lot…
A girl who bold enough to stand for her wishes and decisions…
A girl who is not taken away by other’s opinion…
A girl who is herself always!
A girl who loves herself!
A girl who is the reason behind my blog! I was inspired by her to write my own blog.
Thank you, Arunadevi Raju!!!
Follow such a personality @ https://msarunaraju.wordpress.com to know her world!
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A simple and yummy side dish for Dosa and Idly…
Potato – 5
Onion – 1
Tomato – 2
Green chilly- 2
Oil (any preferred cooking oil)
Mustard seeds (kaduku in Tamil)
Red chilly- 2
Fennel seeds (Sombu in Tamil)
Cinamon (Pattai in Tamil)
1. Pressure cook potatos and keep it aside.
2. Grind coconut, red chilly, fennel seeds and cinnamon into a paste and keep it aside.
3. Chop onion, tomato and green chilies into fine pieces.
4. Heat 4 to 5 spoons of oil in a pan.
5. Add mustard seeds and allow it to splatter.
6. Add curry leaves and green chilly. Saute it.
7. Add chopped onion, saute it until it turns brown.
8. Add cut tomato, saute it until it is cooked.
9. Add the cooked potatoes and then add turmeric powder, saute it.
10. Add some water (as per required consistency), salt as per taste and simmer it for 2-3 mins.
11. Add the ground coconut paste and allow it to cook for 5 mins.
12. Finally, add fresh coriander leaves and serve it hot.
NOTE: This sambar tastes best with Ghee Dosa.
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