Because there are times when a picture is worth much more than the recipe...
3/12/2006 07:47:00 PM
Thanks for dropping by my blog. Read your anecdote on free food at the Hindu Temple :) hilarious.
Hi spicehut! Good to see you here! Unfortunately, free food attracts all the wrong types. A friend who has a lot of satsangs at her place was once told by a young bachelor: have a satsang that is not followed by dinner and see how many people come. Sad but true.
I am going "green" with envy at the color of the chutney. Do keep posting more drool worthy stuff1
Don't go green, Ashwini. Go make some green chutney. It's spicy, it's tangy, it's refreshing. It brings back the zing into your tastebuds! If you want to know what else I did with the chutney, don't miss my Spicy baked Rainbow Trout.
Hi Manisha,is there any way I can get the recipe of this green chutney?
Hi Annita, welcome to IFR! Sure thing: I just posted the recipe for the green chutney that I have been obsessing about recently. Depending on what you intend to use it for, adjust the ginger-garlic-green chilli combination. If you want, you can even substitute the lime juice with fresh raw mango (peeled).
Sorry Manisha, I deleted my own comment accidentally!!I was going to say your toast with chutney picture without the recipe is killing me..:D NOT FAIR!!!
Asha, I posted the recipe for this chutney soon after this post. It's here. Before you click away from this page, make sure you read my reply to Annita above. Let me know what you did.
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