MLLA-19th helping event roundup

Thanks a lot everyone for this fabulous encouragement to the event and huge number of entries..Special thanks to Susan for giving me an opportunity to guest host MMLA-19th helping..

and Rajma Pulao

Priya from Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes (Paris): Red Chori & Oats Dosa, MW Thai Peanut Sauce and Eggplant Rasavaangi With Lemon Juice

Rachel from The Crispy Cook (Upstate New York, USA): Zippy Black-Eyed Pea and Pasta Salad

Graziana from Erbe in cucina (Cooking with herbs)(Italy): Chickpeas Flour Chips

Nayna from Simplyfood (UK): Masala corn in peanut and coconut gravy

Preeti from Relishing Recipes (AR, US): Keerai Vadai

Vaishali Sharma (Bhutani)from Adding Zest to your Cooking: Pindi Chane (Spicy Chick Peas)

Kalyani Rajamani from Adiruchi: Vegetable dhal and Health in a pot

PJ from Seduce your tastebuds (China): Homemade peanut butter

Devi Meyyappan from Devi's Blog: Channa Masala, Rajma Masala, Desi Channa Masala and Pachadi (Moong Dal Sambar)

Padma from Padma's Recipes: Kandhi Kaaya Koora

Shri from TastyTouch (USA): Dal Makhani

Cham from Spice club (CA, USA): Jag (Jagacita)

Ruchika from Ruchikacooks: Kosumbari and Spinach Milagootal

Seethalakshmi suresh (Guest host): Mixed lentils side dish

Shilpa from Thoughs and Pots (Kansas City): Crunchy Kachori

Sadhana from A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine: Vegetarian Chili and Multi Legume Dosai with Sesame Seeds

Basheera from Easy recipes: Potato patties

Rekha Ainapur from Indian Food Recipes: Pesarattu Dosa

Smitha from Kannada cuisine: Hesarunde

Nithya from Fourth Sense Samayal: Fresh Field Beans Sambhar/ Side dish

Mansi from Fun and Food Cafe: Moong Daal Kachori

Kalaivani Ramasamy from My Recipes Diary (Houston,Tx): Sprouted Peas Kurma

Kalva from Curry In Kadai: Spinach Cilantro Urad Dal Vada ~ Palakura Minapa Garelu

Swathi from Zesty South Indian Kitchen: Mysore rasam

Saveur from Taste Space (Canada): Red Lentils and Spinach

Aqua from Served with love: Adai Dosa

My Experiments & Food (India): Chatpata Hara Chana

Lata Raja from Flavours and Tastes (Accra Ghana): Paruppu Poli

Deepika from Less Sugar, Please: Red Kidney Bean soup with veggies

Shobana from Journal of a Budding Cook (Hyderabad, India): Green Moong Kebabs

Nayna from Simply food (UK): Falafel

Nandini from Usha Nandini's Recipes: Karamani Vada & Dosa

Elizabeth from Blog from OUR kitchen (Toronto, Canada): Fuhl (made with kidney and romano beans and tahini)
and Chickpea soup with harissa and croutons

Kamala Bhoopathy from Cook@Ease (India): Fresh Rajma and Banana Pepper Stir Fry

Lubna Karim from Yummy Food: Methi Dal

Vidhas from Appetizing recipes (Chennai - India): Paruppu orandai kolambhu

Saraswathi Iyer from Simply Sara: Peanut Sundal

Nivedita from Nivedita's Kitchen (Hubli, Karnataka, India): Mixed Lentil Dal and Plain Toor dal(ಖಾರ್ ಬ್ಯಾಳಿ)

A Home maker's Diary (India): Gayna/ Naksha Bori (Sundried Lentil paste Designs)

Preethi Rajeev from Dreamy Delights (MI): Adai Dosa

Preeti from Khaugiri (Bangalore (India): Metkut

Valarmathi from Simple and Yummy Recipes: Avarai Kottai Kulambu

Spice from Spice buds: Spicy Multi-legume cakes

Rekha A from Food Gateway: Bread toast with Groundnut Chutney and Soyabean Curry

Sra from When My Soup Came Alive: Rasam

Divya Vikram from Dil Se..(Los Angeles): Methi and Lima Beans rice

Vaishali Sharma (Bhutani)from Adding Zest to your Cooking: Black Eyed Beans--Rajma's Little Sister

Tigerfish from Teczcape - an escape to food: Indian Stir Fry Bean Sprouts

Arti Agarwal from Breakfasttodinner: Chole Bature

Denufood- Delicious & Nutritious Food (Maryland): Shepu Bhaji (Dill Curry)

Padhu from Welcome to padhuskitchen (India): Radish Channa Gravy

Susan from The Well-Seasoned Cook (New York): Hoppin john

Indrani from Appyayan : Punjabi kala Chana Masala

Nisha from Nisha's kitchen: Coconut PottuKadla(Roasted Chickpea Chutney) in 3 styles

Anshu Paul from My Mom's Recipes: Black-Eyed Peas Curry

Food capital: Choley-tikki

Soma from eCurry (Texas, USA): Dal Makhani / Lentils Simmered in Creamy Tomato Sauce

Shveta Hora from Shveta's cooking blog (Fremont, California):Lentil soup

Notyet100 from Asankhana: Urad dal Khichdi

Kanchan from Kitchen Gossip (India): Ragda Patties

Deepti from Potluck at dips: Tofu Shashlik

Cinzia from Cindystar (Lake Garda, Italy): Chickpea salad with red onion

Jayashree Srinivas from Jayashree's blog: Masala dal

Malabar Spices: Masoor Dal

My entries : Multi-legume paniyaram and Multi-legume vadai

In case I have missed out any entry, pls mail me to

And now its time to announce the winner: Shilpa from Thoughts and Pots..Her entry was the 19th one for the MLLA-19th helping event

Congratulations..Susan will get in touch with you soon..


Shama Nagarajan said...

lovely roundup..awesome recipes

Khaugiri said...

Nice roundup.... so many new recipes for me :)

tigerfish said...

Thanks for the many legume dishes.

Swapna said...

that was a very successful event... congrats!!!!and loads of amazing recipes :)

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Hey, great roundup. All recipes looks awesome and the stand out for me is the Henna patterns in Lentil paste by Naksha Bori. That is sooo cool.
Now I wanna smack myself on my head cause I thought this was ending on Feb5th. I had a couple of dishes made for this event but I messed up the dates. :((.

Ash said...

HURRAY!!!!!! My journey from top to bottom was so pleasing & filling, I just savored a whole lot of foodies through my eyes..... What would it be to really taste them.... My taste buds would surely bless me & thank me for letting them taste. But the question is how do I??? I would be dead by the time I prepared this entire collection...... ;-) SUCCESS STORY!!!!!


Siri said...

v.v.v nice roundup EC..lovely variety..I already bookmarked a couple to try :)


Cindystar said...

amazing round up, thanks for hosting!
congrats to the winner!

Asha said...

Wonderful collection EC. I am posting bean dish next week, may be send for the next MLLA. Good job.

Unknown said...

Lovely round up, indeed so many entries. Don't know which one to look.

Nithu Bala said...

Wow! Excellent round up..Congrats to the winner :-)

SE said...

awesome roundup, EC. thnx ! and congrats to the winner !

RV @ Food for 7 Stages said...

Congratulations Shilpa!!! Every time I see MLLA roundup, I get to learn something new..... so is this roundup.

Sayantani Mahapatra Mudi said...

Very good work with the Round-up EC. Congrats to the winner.

Perspectivemedley said...

Wow.. beautiful round-up, lots of new recipes, Thank you :), looks great!!.. Congratulations Shilpa :)

Nivedita Thadani said...

Great round up! Who says, we need vegetables all the time in our kitchen??
Got the menu for months to keep your stomach happy without vegetables also!

soma said...

OMG! That is one long list of goodies. Thanks for the lovely round up & congrats to the winner.

Soma (

Rachel said...

Lots of tasty dishes, for sure. I have bookmarked several to try soon. I hope people left some legume recipes to try this month when I have the honor of hosting MLLA #20.

Myvegfare said...

I cooked something for your event but never posted!!, The round up is too good!!, it was like a journey into the whole world of lentils and legumes love it EC!! great round up dear and shilpa congragulations on winning it with so many of them participating, aren't you lucky girl!! enjoy

Padmajha said...

Excellent roundup!!And congrats to the winner!

Sara said...

Lovely roundup EC. Great work.

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Elizabeth said...

Thank you for hosting MLLA, EC. And what a lovely roundup.

I forgot to mention that my webhost disallows hotlinking of images. So I opened a flickr account for events like this.

There is a photo here of the fuhl that WILL show up:

Also, I guess my email about the chickpea soup with harissa and croutons (MLLA #19) did not arrive. The post is here:

And the image is here:

Elizabeth said...

Thank you for adding the chickpea soup entry, EC. And Ooops!! So sorry! (I should ALWAYS proofread my comments!)

The photo of the fuhl that will show up is here:


Susan said...

Thanks, EC, for your wonderful round-up. I never fail to be gobsmacked by everyone's creative generosity. It makes for much work for the host, and it is much appreciated.

Garret said...

What a fabulous roundup! To the winner I take my hat off!

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