Thursday, March 12, 2009

A Bloggerific Meal

A couple nights ago our dinner was a combination of recipes picked from fellow bloggers and it was extremely delicious so wanted to post here -


On the Menu : Indira's Gongura Pappu, Rak's Poosanikai Rasavaangi & Anitta's Naadan Mutta Roast (egg curry) - but i made a slightly drier version than what she has.

A close-up of the Gongura pappu - i don't even need rice with it.. it's tasty as-is and I have it like a thick soup


My white pumpkin uses were usually limited to Olan or as an addition to Morkuzhambu so this recipe from Raks was a great addition to the pumpkin repertoire.


Thank you for these fabulous recipes.

31 comments:

  1. All dishes looks scrumptious..Im drooling over the platter..

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  2. Isn't that nice to cook from other bloggers? New taste and makes you feel goo to try and enjoy other cuisine too. Thali looks yum, good job. Will check out Olan, haven't made that yet! :)

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  3. delicious spread... I love the Gongura pappu... looks sooo yummy :)

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  4. A fabulous meal! There are so many great recipes to try from blogs.

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  5. lovely platter Laavanya! It's nice that you tried these from other blogs. Looks great.

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  6. Great platter Lavanya...I loved that Pappu ..droollll

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  7. nice healthy and fulfilling platter.

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  8. thatz a yummy meal .. Its always fun to try recipes from fellow bloggers

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  9. Wow what a delicious spread. That is the fun of blogging one tried dishes from others and you know it is going to delicious.

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  10. such a delicious spread!! it IS fun to cook from other bloggers!! :)

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  11. What a delicious meal...all the dishes look perfect!

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  12. Lovely spread! Looks delicious!I have something for u in my blog. Pls accept!

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  13. Love ur platter, we need to know how every blogger eat! Great selections Lavanya!

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  14. that thali looks like a perfect meal one can have..i am hungry now

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  15. thats a fabulous spread, laavanya! Gongura pappu is something that I would love to try.. I have an eye on that mutta roast too :)

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  16. What a delicious platter, makes me hungry. I am all set to give the pumpkin rasvangi a try,

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  17. Such a great combo there! I love Gongura pappu too :)

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  18. have to try the gongura pappu,,,looks good..

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  19. nice platter lavanya and u have given a perfect name for the post.So many things to try from differnt blogs.

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  20. What a platter,i would have loved to be your guest that day :-)

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  21. Fabulous meal..i too bookmarked so many dishes from other blogs, the list is too long, yet to try so many dishes...

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  22. Very nice dishes and compliments to all the bloggers :-)

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  23. I have so many bookmarked from Annita's blog.:
    I really don't know what I used to make before I discovered food blogs! :)

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  24. thats really wonderful..looks tempting spread!

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  25. Everything looks so delicious and colorful :)

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  26. I love to cook other bloggers recipes, I find some of my favorite recipes and dishes that way... your platter looks delicious!

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  27. Thats great,and thanks for trying my recipe and glad u liked rasavangi! Gongura pappu looks great!

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  28. looks awesome meals...plzz pass me tht platter..

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  29. I too tried a couple of recipes from other bloggers and yet to post it. It's a very good experience to know the dishes from other cultures and tastes.

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