Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Celebrating Durga Puja


Devi Durga

This is our  most beautiful Mother God Maa Durga we worship for health, wealth and prosperity.
The most auspicious festival that we celebrate in this part of the globe is on. I don’t know that you have heard about it or not but this is the time when we worship Mother God as Devi Durga. All Bengalis all over the world celebrate this special occasion. And in our city this is the carnival time with lots of color lights, glamour, glitz and of course delicious tasty yummy foods. I am busy for this preparation so I am bit late for this post. In my coming post I will share some good festive stories but it will be after a short break because I will be enjoying this once in a year grand festival with my family and friends. But while I enjoy Durga Puja you enjoy this lovely quick to make delicious healthy Chinese egg preparation Foo Yong.


Ingredients:
Egg    4 
Green chilly    1 to 2 chopped
Onion       1 chopped
Garlic        2 clove chopped
Yellow and Red bell pepper   1/4  cup chopped
Shrimp       4 to 6 ( deveined)
Chicken small cube   4 to 6 (optional)
Spring onion    1 teaspoon (finely chopped)
Grated coconut   1 teaspoon  (optional)
Fresh coriander    1 table spoon (finely chopped)
Sugar     2 pinch
Salt and pepper according to taste


Procedure:
Take a big bowl now beat the eggs with a pinch of salt. Now add all the above ingredients. Mix well. Adjust seasoning. Now take another bowl brush it with any vegetable oil and then pour the whole mixture in it. Then steam this whole mixture in your steamer for 10 minutes or till done. (Traditionally Foo Yong  is a fried dish but to make it healthy I tried the steam version.) You are ready to relish another delicious healthy dish.As I have to do lots of shopping and pack gifts for friends and family I have very less time to spend in kitchen so such easy tasty dish is appropriate for such time. Have it with bread for lunch or dinner and your are done with a guilt free filler.

Be Happy And Stay Healthy.

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7 comments:

My Little Space said...

Thank you so much for sharing the info of your festival. Such lovely little treat for the celebration. Hope you're having a fabulous time.
Cheers, Kristy

Babli said...

Very beautiful picture of Maa Durga. Nice post. Happy Durga Puja.

aipi said...

Maa looks divine..so beautiful!
Happy Durga puja to you and your family dear!
the dish looks picture perfect..

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katerina said...

I am glad I've learned about this celebration. I hope you are having a great time. I loved your post.

Foodessa said...

Sutapa...you enjoy your festival with your family and friends...and I'll try making something similar to this very appetizing dish you've served today ;o)

Flavourful wishes,
Claudia

P.S. when you a chance...there's a little something on my AWARDS page for you ;o)

Heavenly Housewife said...

Wishing you a wonderful holiday. I love learning about other cultures, and I know that Indian festivals are really lovely, full of colour and good food, so I can't wait to hear more about it.
*kisses* HH

Catherine said...

Beautiful festive dish dear! It looks fantastic and I'm sure it tastes wonderful as well. I will look forward to the stories in you coming post!
Cheers~
Hugs & Many Beautiful Blessings~