Monday, March 23, 2009

Harive soppu (Amaranths leaves red variety) Palya and irulli (Onion) Chutney.

This recipe is also one of the most popular special dish of the Habbu community. I learnt it from ayee.


For palya

Harive soppu (Amaranths leaves red variety) 2 bunches, garlic 5-6 pieces, grated coconut 1o t spoons, red chilly 4-5, rice flour 2 spoon, a little tamarind as mentioned in the pic, salt for taste.


Clean the leaves and put it in to a vessel. Put little water, add tamarind and boil it. At the same time take coconut, garlic, red chilly and grind it with little water. After boiling the leaves add grounded masala. take rice flour and mix it with little water. Finally put the rice flour after putting masala on boiled leaves. Add salt and boil it till it becomes thick. Serve it with onion (eerulli) chutney and rice.

Need to prepare onion (irulli) chutney as mentioned with other recipe kadiyakki anna (Broken rice bath)

Monday, March 16, 2009

My photography

Malaysia boating

Bathucaves (malaysia)

Punggol beach (singapore)

A view from our home at Janmane ( Sirsi)


Friday, March 13, 2009

My Ayee's reciepes

Please see the photos from down to upwards

Before i tell about recipe let me tell u some thing about my ayee ( my mother in law). Her name is Mrs Saroja R habbu. She is a house wife. She is very much interested in cooking, bhajana etc. Even today if I tell about some new recipe, she will try that on same day. I have learnt many dishes from her. She know,s to prepare some north Indian, south Indian & some different kinds of vegetarian dishes. she will watch cookery shows in TV and she will try that or from some magazine...She is a very nice cook. Here I am going to show u a different recipe which ayee cooks very well.....

Kadiyakki anna (Broken rice bath) & eerulli (onion) chutney
This is karwar habbu special recipe. Before some years people were using broken rice for this. But now we are using basmati rice and normal rice. Name is still same


for riceCheck Spelling
Ghee 5-6 spoon, cashew 8-10, basmati rice 1 cup, normal rice 1 cup, chilly powder 1 t spoon, salt for taste, jeera, fenugreek seed (methi).
For chutny
Grated coconut 10 spoons, 1 small onion, little tamarind, red chilly. salt for taste.

put ghee in to cooker and make it hot. Put cashew nuts and fenugreek seeds & fry until it become brown. Add 1 spoon jeera. Put rice and fry it for some time and add 4 cups of water to it. add chilly powder and salt for taste. Finaly close the cap. off the gas after 3 whistle.
On the other side put coconut, tamarind, red chilly, onion and salt to mixi. grind it with little water.
Open cooker after 10 min and garnish it with some coriander leaves (optional)
Serve hot with chutney (mix rice with chutney and have)

Thursday, March 12, 2009

My amma,s (mom) gardening.

My amma (Mrs Nirmala B Hegde) is a very good gardener, she will grow plants to get flower for pooja, or to wear or just for show like this one... Nice flowers..:)

She will get plants from many of her relatives, friends etc...and she will grow varieties of vegetable's also for home..for ex: like tomato, coriander leaf, red leaf, carrot, cucumber, brinjal, radish, green chilly etc....(seasonal)...isn't it a very good hobby? (of course with my father,s help)