My Best of 2007

Nupur of One hot Stove blog has come up with this new event called the Best of 2007. I have made a list of 10 recipes from both my blogs- Simple Indian food and 100% Microwave cooking. I made all these for the first time during 2007 and they all were superhit. So here they go.....

1) Powerless cooking event-This was the first event i hosted and the response was very good from my friends in the food blogging community.

2) Mava Mutter- Always used mava to make carrot halwa and never had tried any gravy item with mava. This recipe turned out to be a super side dish for rotis.

3) Corn Kebab - This one was really yummy and ideal for a cold winter evening

4) Cabbage Cashew Pakoda - From the time i stopped buying onions, i always used to wonder what other pakoda can i make and these cabbage cashew combination in pakoda worked out very well.

5) Vegetable Fried rice - My sister made this for us the first time and since then i am a fan of vegetable fried rice. Also it is a quick and nice option for those carrying lunch to office.

6) Special Ghee Roast Dosa - Had this for the first time in a hotel in Tirupati and it became an instant favourite. Check out its different style of presentation.

7) Almond Cashew Chikki - Always have tried chikkis with powdered almonds and groundnuts and it was the first time with almond cashew combination.

8) Amla (Nellikaai) Raita - A healthy raita introduced to me by my mother.

9) Hot Crispy Jalebis - Tasty and instant need to get them from sweet stalls anymore

10) Vada Pav - Famous in Maharashtra and one of my all time favourite snack.

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And now my cooking resolutions for 2008

1) Cook healthy and eat healthy.

2) Cook different cuisines and new dishes

3) Try out all the recipes from other bloggers that i have bookmarked so far

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Shella said...

All the very best. I enjoy your blog a lot & wish you a great New year ahead.

Rajitha said...

E..great top 10..have loved all you make..and the thought of that food makes me drool :)..wish you and your family a very happy new year....

Nupur said...

Everything on that list sounds so delicious! Thanks for participating, and Happy New Year!

Namratha said...

Love all your recipe Easy, how can I forget the jalebis and the yet to try them :) Have a wonderful New Year!!

EC said...

@ Shella...thanks for the appreciation and wish u the same

@ Rajitha...Selecting them was not much a tough job as i chose to select from only those which i made for the first time. Thanks for appreciating and wish u all the same

@ pleasure to participate in such an innovative event..wish u a happy new year too

@ Namratha...Do try and let me know how they were.Wish u too a happy and prosperous new year

Vanamala Hebbar said...

Thank you for leaving ur comment in my blog.

I liked your blog... good recipes..

Happy New Year ...

EC said...

Thanks Vanmala...u too have a great blog there

Anonymous said...

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