Thursday, September 27, 2007

Dum aloo

I am blogging after 4 long months. Its crazy at work these days. I work as a Design engineer for a printer press mfg company, its exciting when I am desiging something new but at same time get confused alot if I think multiple scenarios.The interesting thing is I can see my own design after its done in the plant and can feel proud with the outcome and also take crap from people who shows my mistakes if it fails. I have option B though,re-design. Hahahahaha..

The main motive for me to make this dish is its appearance at Indian Restaurants. I got the recipe from Indira's Mahanandi. This is a hit in house and also with guests. Try it when you want to try something different as vegetarian item for parties. It tastes great both with Rice and Roti.



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Sowjanya said...

Sindhu,

Nice post.I am a working woman too and happen to do the same when it comes to blogging. blog once and for the next few months I get stuck with something or the other :)

Good work. keep in touch. visit me at www.mommyscuisine.com

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windows fix said...

Hello Smitha,
Can u write some fat free indian recipe.. It would be very helpfull for me..
thanks

Manu said...

happy to see ur blog. You have a nice collection of recipes.