M y blog has become more like a personal diary where I pen down a quick summing up of my activities from the week .. jot my pep talks , share my feelings , talk about my ups and downs… along with recipes offcourse…
With both my boys trying to cope with the flu season , older one has just recovered and got back to work. Lil V is still at his peak with cold and his immune system really need to show up n support.
IPhone 4 .. one of my best surprises I got from H for Birthday.. though really belated.. Its worth the wait. H kept telling me.. your patience for ur present will pay off.. So keep guessing.. I Phone 4 has made my life lot more easier.. I dont sit long hours on my laptop.. …Thank U H… U rock 🙂
During the navrathri festival , we had a few friends over for dinner .So prepared garama garam No garlic No onion samosa’s and paired it with imli ka chutney & yogurt dip. Flavours were just perfect and lived upto my expectation. Pair it up with Samosa’s or Papad’s..Do it in ur own style and to suit ur pallete.. . Just takes about 5 minutes if your chutney is ready ..
|Mint leaves||1/4th Cup|
|Low Fat Stirred Yogurt||1 -1 1/4th Cup|
|Coriander- Mint Chutney||2 Tblspn|
- Combine half of low fat yogurt and Mint leaves in a blender and give it a good whizzz. Add in 2 tablespoon full of prepared coriander mint chutney and another one whizz.Dont forget to add in the sugar along with the chutney for whizz.
- In a serving bowl , add the yogurt -mint mix and combine it with the rest of the yogurt . Give it a good whirl with a tee spoon.garnish with finely chopped mint and place it in the refrigerator.
- Take it out just before serving.
For preparing the coriander- mint chutney , combine coriander leaves , min leaves , green chillies , salt to taste and a dash of lemon juice & blend well. Add few tsp of water if required for blending. Store it in small air tight containers and put in the freezer. This stays fresh atleast for 1-1.5 months.