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Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12488

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Nothing original but always wanted to try out something different when the mercury goes north!

1. Sprout Bhel
- Bombay Bhel Mix from any Indian Grocery stores
- Sprout Moong - can boil it too.
- Green Chutney - home, freshly made (or can get at IG stores)
- Diced Tomatoes, Onions, Green Mangoes (if you can get)
- Add some peanuts, resins.
- Cilantro to garnish

Mix it all up, top it with super-cold battered desi yogurt!

2. Mexican Bhel
- Bombay Bhel Mix from any Indian Grocery stores
- Low Sodium Black Beans
- Diced Tomatoes, Onions
- Slice Guacamole
- Strip Corn Chips - for crispiness
- Cilantro to garnish
- Shredded Cheese of your choice

Mix it all up, top it with super-cold battered sour-cream!

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12489

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You forgot diced boiled potatoes

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12493

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Good thread you started.Ladies wake up , thread is started by male.Foods thread should be taken over by ladies.
sanju,thanks for posting.

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12513

sanju,

Thanks for starting a nice thread. I will try the mexican bhel this weekend. It is something different.

I will increase your karma point for this thread.:)

All ladies, I am sure that you will have different ideas. Please share your creativity here.

Thanks
Kubi

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12515

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Thanks Kubi.

I hope fellow ATers will share some "cool" recipes esp now that the mercury is going to stay north for some time to come & if cooking in the kitchen heat could be avoide if not all together.

3. Compliment Meals with Cucumber Raita
Yes, plain old & as simple as mixing super-cold yogurt, shredded cucumber (without the skin) - add jeera powder or even better chaat masala or jal-jeera mix & then chill it in fridge for 30 mins or so. In fact, cucumber-raita could be a good snack on a sizzling hot summer afternoon.

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12537

Sanju, both bhel combinations are interesting..I will try them and share pictures. :)

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12540

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LFC - I am sure your pictures will be as good as the presentation itself! Will wait for your pix.

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12541

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LFC, only picture. We need to taste it too....May be you can also give your address so that we can come to taste...say tomorrow 7PM

Lady_from_cary wrote: Sanju, both bhel combinations are interesting..I will try them and share pictures. :)

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12543

This year we will definitely do some food tasting event on AT. I owe you since we were members here..This weekend is too hectic so let us skip to some other day in summer.:)

Anonymous wrote: LFC, only picture. We need to taste it too....May be you can also give your address so that we can come to taste...say tomorrow 7PM

Lady_from_cary wrote: Sanju, both bhel combinations are interesting..I will try them and share pictures. :)

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Re: Desi Bhel with a Twist 11 years 6 months ago #12546

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Guys,

You guys are awesome. I am just kidding so don't take it seriously.

Good part of Indian culture still maintained in heart. Guest always welcome and Guest is God even if it is anonymous :))) One person gives his address and the other starts planning for the correct date.

Have a good weekend.

Lady_from_cary wrote: This year we will definitely do some food tasting event on AT. I owe you since we were members here..This weekend is too hectic so let us skip to some other day in summer.:)

Anonymous wrote: LFC, only picture. We need to taste it too....May be you can also give your address so that we can come to taste...say tomorrow 7PM

Lady_from_cary wrote: Sanju, both bhel combinations are interesting..I will try them and share pictures. :)

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