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Monday, April 11, 2011

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When you soak rice and urad dal for idlis and dosas, wash everything thoroughly before soaking. Later use the soaked water while grinding. If you wash rice and dal after soaking you will lose most of the vitamins.

Excess salt in any dish can be brought down by adding diced potatoes, tomatoes or a teaspoon of sugar.


When you are making vadas, if the batter is watery - you will have the problem of oil splattering when you fry it. Add a tablespoon of ghee to the batter and your problem will be solved.


To thicken any gravy or soup add corn flour to it. It is an excellent thickening agent.
Remember to mix it in good water before adding to avoid lumps.

To avoid sticky rice, soak washed rice in water for at least ten minutes before cooking. A teaspoon of oil can be added to get separate grains of cooked rice.


While make any deep fried dish, if the hot oil starts foaming and rises in the pan, add a small piece of tamarind to the oil. This will prevent foaming and spill over.


If you want to have soft idlis, do not beat the batter before pouring idlis. The air bubble sin the batter helps you to get soft idlis. Beating the batter removes these air bubbles.


Chill onion is refrigerator before cutting to avoid tears. One other way to avoid tears is to soak peeled onion is water before cutting.


To get crisp,
golden dosas add a teaspoon of fenugreek seeds to the urad dal and grind it.

For maintaining the bright color of any vegetable don't forget to put it in ice cold water as soon as you blanch them.


A pinch of turmeric powder added to all kinds of dal when cooking hastens the cooking process.

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