Monday, February 11, 2008

Arusuvai Friendship Chain - Vangi Bath Masala Powder




I was so very thrilled when Latha asked me if I wanted to be a part of the Arusuvai Friendship chain initiated by Lakshmi and Bhags and Bharathy.

I was wondering what would be the surprise ingredient that I would receive. It was very kind of laltha to send me the surprise ingredient along with a Friendship card. Thank you Latha for this.

The Surprise Ingredient was Homemade Vangi Bath Masala Powder. The Aroma just spread every where in my house. Thank you so much for sending the masala over.

Now I wanted to do something different this masala .Usually when it is Vangi Bath Masala, we get into mind Vangi Bath. But I decided to try something new and trust me the outcome great. So thank you latha for sending me over this masala powder. So this is my recipe...


Raw Materials Required

Tindora -1 lb
Onions -1/2 chopped
Vangi Bath Masala -1 1/2 tsp
Jeera -1/2 tsp
Salt as per taste
Oil - 2-3 tsp

Preparation Style

In a small kadai add the oil and jeera. Allow it to crack and add onions. Fry the onions until they turn golden brown in color. Add the tindora and fry them under low flame for few minutes. Then add the vaangi bath masala and salt and fry them until they are cooked. They where excellent in taste. Serve it hot with chapatti or rice.

Friends I am going to tag Seema for this chain to continue. I have mailed a couple of our blog friends to participate in this friendship chain. Waiting get a reply from them so that I can pass over the surprise ingredient.

14 comments:

Happy cook said...

Reading how the aroma was in you home, i had the feeling i could smell them.

Deepa said...

Happy cook ...I actual terms if i could tell the "VASAM" as in tamil was awesome ...I had kept the podi in the kitchen and it smelled great

Uma said...

Looks yummy! Good luck in your friendship chain!

Seema said...

Nice one Deepa! Tindora fry with Vaangi bath powder looks yum! Glad u enjoyed it.. Cant wait for my surprise ingredient :-)

Anonymous said...

looks yummy, will we not get recipe of vangi bath masala powder?

jyothi

Nupur said...

Wow, Deepa...that looks so delicious! Looking at that fried tindora with the aromatic powder is making my mouth water :)

masalamagic said...

That looks delicious Deepa! Tindora looks so green and tasty! I love to use this pudi in dry curries too! Makes them so flavorful. Glad you enjoyed the powder and the fun chain!
Hugs
Latha

masalamagic said...

Deepa -u might want to include u're blog feed in the "Taste of India" blog aggregrator! I did not see u'r epost come up there. Not sure if u were signed up.
Here's the link:
http://connect.sailusfood.com/suggest-a-feed/

Bharathy said...

Glad to see you participate with so much of interest and a part of the chain,Deepa!Thanks to you and Lovely Latha who took the initiative in US so smartly :)

Very homely recipe,deepa..
I'd been on making the same way dishes with tindoras which had developed a htred in my hus and kids towrds this veg even though I simply love this..They do love the vanghi masala flavour and I made the powder today at home..I still have the veggie in my fridge..Why not I try this combo tommorroow!!??:)

Srivalli said...

Deepa that looks lovely...very nice way to use that masala...and its great to see you girls having fun with this!

DEEPA said...

Thankyou uma and seema for stopping by ..Seema you are a part of my friendhsip chain....

Hey Anonymous !!It was latha who sent me the vangi bath powder..I think if you search in the net you should be able to get some info on the powder!!!Thks for stopping by!!

Hey Nupur !!It really true ...after i finished cooking the aroma was everywhere!!!

Hey Latha ...Thks to you for tagged me on with the chain !!..really enjoyed it and hope everybody likes my recipe too!! I did connect my blog to sailu's feed.Thks for informing !!

Hey Bharathy !!Thks to you and bhag's who started this chain here in US !!!...Hope you tried my recipe !!!enjoy

Srivalli!!!Thanks for stopping by ...Good to know you liked it !!

Laavanya said...

That looks so delicious and a great idea to use vangi bath powder in this curry!

Bharathy said...

Yes I did try!Huuge Successss!! :D
Thank you,dear! :)

Kribha said...

Girls you are making people like me jealous. Wish I was in India too to be a part of this. Nice use of the vaangi bhaat powder.