MEC Round Up- October 2011

Thanks Valli for the wonderful opportunity to host this event. 
Microwave cooking has been fast catching up in the Indian sub continent. More and more kitchens are using microwave to cook rather than re-heat. Check the entries below to expand the usage.

Potato Chips
Munching on potato chips is often attached with guilt. Check how you could relieve your self of this by trying Priya’s microwaved potato chips



Roasted Chickpeas

Priya gives yet another wonderful option of munching snacks. Chickpeas are so versatile that you can use it as an ingredient for any kind of cooking. Check her roasted chickpeas


Badam Katli

Valli gives us this wondeful recipe of making badam katli using microwave. Now go ahead anf gorge on badam katli without worrying about the tedious process

Besan Ki Burfi
If you love the besan ka laddoo but have no time to make it then find an easier option of cooking using microwave and making it in burfi form following Valli’s besan ki burfi recipe



Chivda
Chivda off late has become a healthy snacking option since the invent of making it in microwave. Follow Kaveri’s chivda recipe to make it for daily munch. Add your ideas to make it more healthier and let us know



Butterbeans Gravy
Christy really uses microwave for cooking a storm. She has shared some dishes but check her space for more options. Butterbeans gravy is a wonderful dish that has not got its worth in India although it is popularly made in all parts of the country. In other continents it is used as a side dish in many popular feasts. Explore the recipe here.




Anchovy Fish Curry
Anchovies curry made easy in microwave by Christy. Check her recipe here.



Caramelized Gooseberry
Gooseberry sauces and glazes are known dishes. Caramelizing them is an exciting idea. Check how to go about making it here following Christy’s recipe.



Broadbeans(Avaraikai) Stir-fry
If you think stir frying vegetables is easier make it further simple by making it in microwave by following Christy’s recipe




Some dishes from my kitchen,
Stuffed Mushroom



Oats Upma



Pumpkin Bharta





I hope to have covered all dishes. Apologies in case I have unintentionally missed out on some recipes. 
Drop me a note to make the corrections on pumpkinfarmfood@gmail.com

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5 responses to “MEC Round Up- October 2011

  1. Excellent and beautiful roundup.

  2. Thanks for the awesome round up!

  3. Yumm round-up Dear,Thanks for co-hosting the Event.Excellent.Luvd participating in it.

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