I have been given another award and it makes my blog look lovely... Yeah... you are right... I got another "One lovely blog award" from two other lovely fellow bloggers. Fajeeda of Faji's Hot Pot and South Indian Home. Thanks dearies...
So now on to the rules.. It is simple... Read on to know abt it...
Rules of the award:
1.Accept the award. Blog about it with the name of the blogger who has given u this award with a link to his/her blog.
2.Pass it on to 15 other blogger friends.... to take it forward.
3.Let the nominated blogger know about their award
Here comes the most difficult part... Choosing 15 lovely fellow bloggers and passing on the award. Sorry guys if I missed out some of you... I am limited to picking 15 only. :(
I am passing this award to:
Deepa of Hamaree Rasoi
Divya of Dil Se
Sonali of Only Fish Recipes
Prema of Prema's Thaligai
Tina of Kaipunyam
Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen
Aruna of Veggie Paradise
Malar of Kitchen Tantra
Kurinji of Kurinji Kathambam
Aipi of US Masala
Prathima of Prats Corner
Umm Mymoonah of Taste of Pearl City
Jay of Tasty Apetite
Kristen of Frugal Antics of a harried homemaker
Dear friends, pls pick up the award and keep the ball rolling.
So here comes the recipe...
When my husband was pestering me to make him some snack yesterday evening, I was not sure what to make. We have been having quite a lot of fried foods lately and so I was ruling out all the possible options of a snack when this recipe suddenly struck me. If alone I gave my Huss boiled peanuts, he would have killed me with his stare. He is still a kid. Needs something tasty, colorful and very new. While boiled peanuts are still the main ingredient, I just made it a bit colorful and different.
This is a healthy chat and can be a good evening snack.
Serves – 2; Preparation time – 7 mins (5 + 2 for chopping & mixing)
~* Ingredients *~
Boiled peanuts – 1 cup
Finely chopped Onions – a handful
Finely chopped tomatoes – a handful
Thick Curd – 2 tablespoons
Chaat Masala – to taste
Salt – to taste
Pepper - as needed
Chopped coriander leaves
Mix all the above ingredients and garnish with coriander leaves.
When serving to kids, you may add some Omapodi aka sev on top.