Mar 22, 2009

Tried & Tasted and loved..

Suganya of Tasty Palettes is one blogger who always awes me with her photography and recipes and the variety of cuisines she blogs about. Many a times, I am just stuck drooling at the pictures and takes me quite long to scroll down and look at the recipes. And this month's Tried & Tested being her blog, I couldn't but help try out these few recipes, out of the many which I have bookmarked. All of them were just superb Suganya and thankyou for sharing them with us all.

So, here we go.

1. Pala Musu- Green Jackfruit Curry. (click on the link title for the recipe)

I used the canned jackfruit and just followed all of her recipe without any tweaks. Sure a keeper recipe this is. If you like raw jackfruit, you should try it too.

2. Pepper, Garlic and Cumin Rasam with Potato Roast. (click on title link for the recipe)

I tried both of these as a combination with Rice and its comfort food at its best. I have never made Rasam this way, so was a very good learning experience for me. The potato tasted excellent too, not too many ingredients and a simple recipe. Taste- Superb!





My pictures don't do justice at all to her recipes, but try it to know the taste. Thanks Suganya for sharing with us your recipes.


Tried and Tasted was originated by Zlamushka of Zlamushka's Spicy Kitchen.

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17 Comments:

Asha said...

First one with JF looks fab, great recipe! :)

Vaidehi said...

Hey..this is a new recipe for me. the pic is nice

Vaidehi
Marathi Recipes

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. mouthwatering recipes... nice clicks...

Divya Kudua said...

Great choice Maya..I agree with you totally,Suganya's recipes are simply superb.I love the pic of potato roast..yummy!!

Cham said...

The rasam and potato, what a lovely combination u ve selected! Great Suganya dishes !

Varsha Vipins said...

Grt clicks n yumm Maya..:)

Happy cook said...

Looks like you have been raiding her place, all the dishes look yumm.

Alka said...

I never had tasted jackfruit(i find it too sweet smelling)except the seeds part,which we use to roast and eat.But the dish looks really great,and ahh the potatoes,simply delishhhhhhhhh,not to forget the rasam with pepper ...sounds mindblowing

A_and_N said...

Wow those potatoes look so beautiful! Golden brown and very well roasted...just the way they should be :D

Thats the beauty of food blogging...you get to try and taste authentic recipes coming straight from traditional kitchens :)

A_and_N said...

btw, where do you get canned jackfruits?

Ashwini said...

Jackfruit curry looks yummm and different. Rasam,Hot rice with those roasted potatoes..comfort food. Nicely roasted potatoes. Lovely Photos Maya

Superchef said...

the pics are beautiful, especially the potaotes! :) and thats the good thing about food blogging...you get to try soo many different varieties of food!

sunshinemom said...

You made three dishes!! All of them look so good too:) Loved your beetroot kosumbari as well. Not able to comment on those as my internet connectivity is slow!!

Uj said...

Looks yummy.. missing jackfruit so much more now.. :( Love rasam and potato roast combination :D

Suganya said...

I knew you would love green jackfruit. Thank you for trying all three recipes, Maya. Hugs :)

Sweatha said...

Love all the three dishes.Thanks for the delicious and spicy entry.I especially love the jackfruit pic.

zlamushka said...

lovely dishes, you look like you had fun cooking :-) me too, it was an amazing experience...

thanks for participating T&T in March. I hope I ll see you around this month as well.