Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Tried and Tasted on Tuesday's (3T's) : Sept 28th 2010

It's time to share the tried and tasted recipes of the day.Today I am sharing with you all 2 delicious recipes that I have tried from 2 wonderful bloggers.The outcome of both the dishes was very flavorful and we all enjoyed tasting them.

Here are the dishes without any delay---------------



I followed her recipe as is and it tasted very delicious.I used the frozen mixed veggies that I had available and also added red capsicum as per her suggestion in the recipe.We enjoyed this rice with a drizzle of lemon juice and some sweet-potato chips as a side.Thank you Priya for sharing this delicious recipe with us.



This is totally a very new way of making tomato chutney for me.I liked the addition of cashews and coconut to this chutney.It has given additonal richness and flavor to the dish.We enjoyed this chutney as a side dish for idly's.Thank you Pari for sharing this delicious chutney recipe with us. 

Friends,visit these bloggers for the recipes I posted here and for many more such delicious dishes they have in store for us in their blogs.Will be back with more tried and tasted recipes next week. 
These recipes go to the Bookmarked on Tuesday's Event hosted by Priya Mitharwal.


These recipes go to Hearth and Soul Blog Hop Vol.16 hosted by Girlichef.

17 comments:

  1. Thank you Akheela for your quick comment on the recipes of the day.

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  2. Nice recipes!!Both looks yummy!!

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  3. Lovely dishes..love the color of your chutney!

    US Masala

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  4. lovely n colorful dishes kiran..both look amazingly delicious...

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  5. Thanks a ton for trying my vegetable fried rice Kiran, chutney looks very tempting..

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  6. The chutney and rice looks so wonderful!

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  7. Fried Rice and Chutney looks good Kiran. You do a great job of having a separate series for trying recipes from various blogs. Good going gal !!

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  8. Hey kiran, both the dishes looks delicious...

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  9. Hai Kiran, both the dishes are colorful and looks delicious. Your blog is very nice. I am a new blogger and love to make friends. Please visit my blog when time permits.

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  10. I really think that chutney would translate into a marvelous soup, such a beautiful pairing of tomatoes and cashews. Thank you for sharing with the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  11. Oh my goodness...you've just made my tummy rumble!! They both look amazing! So glad you shared them with the hearth and soul hop this week- Thanks!! =)

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  12. Both dishes look delicious - but the chutney really catches my eye and is making my stomach growl! Thank you for linking this to the Hearth and Soul Hop!

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  13. wow, wonderful recipes, Love the change in your theme as well :)

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  14. Oh! HI Kiran and thanks for sharing with us on the hearth and soul hop this week. I really love the looks of that creamy cashew chutney. I haven't seen anything like it before! As for the fried rice, you can never go wrong with that! :) Alex@amoderatelife

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