Sunday, January 4, 2009


Hello! Friends back again after a short break, hope you have enjoyed your Christmas and New year with great fun.
This is my first post of the year 2009 . In my first post of this year let me share with you my New year short 3 days vacation to my cousin brother house with all my family and some other relatives. You can‘t imagine how much fun and crazy moments we all share there.
There were in total 10 crazy kids and a little baby boy about 5month’s old in our big team . The baby was entraining us with his outer world words Boooo! Ba ba ba!
And those kids started all those mischievous stuff and the older ones they too turn younger and one of my sister in-law is number one prank star. So now you can have a idea what we have done in those three days. We also visited a nearby amusement park and enjoyed some wonderful moments over there. I think family is the greatest blessing of God ,without whom you can never alone have the total fun of life.

Anyway one day I cooked some semolina for the kids. It become a instant hit among the little and the grown up kids .I am sharing that with you all today. Hope you will like it.


Semolina 2cup ( slightly dry roasted)
Mustard seeds ½ tsp
Onion 1big (finely sliced)
Ginger 1tsp(finely chopped)
Mixed vegetables ½ cup ( small cube )
(carrot, cauliflower,
beans, peas)
Prawn 7to 8
Green chilly 1 minced
Cashew 10 to 12
Raisin 7 to 8
Coriander 2 tbsp (chopped)
Tomato puree 3tbsp
Olive oil 5 tbsp
Sugar 1 tsp
Lemon juice 1tbsp
Water (hot) 4 ½ cup
Salt & pepper according to taste

Put pan on flame and then give oil in it. Now give the mustard seeds as it starts to crack add the sliced onion . Fry till translucent and then add vegetables and fry a little bit and then add prawn .Stir a little bit .Now add the semolina ,tomato puree, green chilly, cashew, raisin, salt ,sugar, pepper and ginger. Stir for a minute. Now add the hot water
And keep on stirring. As the semolina get soft and thick put off the flame. Now add fresh coriander and lemon juice. Serve hot. This is a complete dish . You can have some fruit salad as a side dish.


Stephen said...

Nice sharing. Any Malaysia/Indonesia/Singapore food?

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