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Jan 23

Monthly Mingle RoundUp Part #2

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Thank you all for your great response at the first part of Monthly Mingle RoundUp and as promised here comes the second part of roundup. Of the five different categories – soups, bakes, fruits, sides and others, I have posted the former two yesterday and here’s the last three. Which one did you like most?

Fruits

Oz of Kitchen Butterfly is crazy about poached pears, and so is her husband. So no points for guessing this one, she sent a wonderful Simply delicious pear recipes served with creamy rice pudding

When most of us are braving the winter chill (and some even hails), Quinn of Quinn’s Baking Diary is having a hard time in Australia coping with the mercury rising as high as 41̊C. That didn’t turn her down and here she is with a Roasted Corella Pears with Vanilla Bean & Lemon for the event.

Soma of e-Curry has brought the colors of her recent Disney world in her kitchen, if you don’t agree check out Moroccan Carrot & Orange Salad which says it all with those vibrant shades.

My Experiments & Food has a healthy Grape Raita to serve.

Sides

Spinach and Popeye are inseparable indeed. That’s what Shankari of Sacrameto Spice has to share with us – Sauteed Spinach with Raisins & Pine Nuts

Indrani of Appayan has a list of all the veggies that supply you with the nutrients just right for this dry and chilling winter. She puts in all to make this wholesome Bengali Winter Vegetable Medley

Another vegetable medley – Bandhakopi Palang Kablir ghonto from another Bong cook, Jayashree of Spice and Curry

Santhy Sankar of Appetite Treats enjoys the US winter with a Cauliflower Stir Fry

Coaxing her children to eat greens Deeba of Passionate About Baking has some colorful recipe to share with us, it’s a Chargrilled Broccoli with Chilli & Garlic

Herbs are an integral part of the winter market. Nandini of Usha Nandini’s Recipes had this spicy Masala Beans with Fenugreek leaves and Vegetables with Almonds to share

Shama of Easy to Cook Recipes had three recipes in mind – Green Pigeon Peas, Butter beans curry and Mochhai curry/ Field beans curry

Koki of Cooking With Koki has sent a lovely dish for the event – Pachai Mochai kootu as a part of her four day celebration of Pongal.

Kalva of Curry In Kadai started her new year with a lovely Moms Spicy Vegetable Kurma.

Enough of vegan. Lets take a short break and enjoy Chicken Saag, a chicken preparation with seasonal herbs, by Arundhuti of Gourmet Affair.

Others

Solange of Pebble soup had sent a lovely Risotto al Cavolfiori for the event.

Noodles can only mean Chinese. But ask Sudha of Malaysian Delicacies, she has something else in mind, a Noodles in Gravy (Mee Rebus Johor)

Well, you can’t talk about winter in North India without referring to Winter special-makke di roti and sarson da saag. Pari of Foodelicious has rightly contributed this all in one healthy delicacy.

Faiza of Faiza Ali’s Kitchen has prepared a Mexican dip, Guacamole for this occasion. Try it this winter along with chips or quesadillas.

Want to have a real treat? Try this Cauliflower Patties with Coriander from Graziana of Erbe in cucina (Cooking with herbs)

Well, enough heavy recipes here, lets have a cold drink. A Grape juice from the Kanchan of Kitchen Gossip

Which one did you like?

Here’s the photos of all the entries for this event:

Monthly Mingle – Winter Fruits and Vegetables

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  1. Soma

    Thanks for the beautiful round up Sudeshna!
    .-= Soma´s last blog ..Dal Makhani/Lentils Simmered in Creamy Tomato Sauce =-.

  2. My Experiments & Food

    Hi Sudeshna,

    Lovely roundup, and so well presented.
    Thanks for sharing it with all of us.

  3. Solange

    Thanks for hosting, I reckon we have enough recipes to keep us happy til the spring.

  4. Priya

    Wow thats a tremendous roundup Sudeshna…regarding ur q’n about hosting Cooking with seeds event for october, u r welcome dear, i’ll reserve october for u..Thanks for ur interest for hosting CWS…
    .-= Priya´s last blog ..Gai Pad Yod Khao Pod/Thai Chicken With Babycorn =-.

    1. Sudeshna Banerjee

      Priya,
      Thanks a lot :).

  5. Quinn

    Yes, Quinn braved through the summer for this Monthly Mingle! Nice round up and thanks for hosting once again!
    .-= Quinn´s last blog ..Soft Boiled Eggs with Soldiers =-.

  6. Pari

    Hi. How are u? Both the round ups are great with so many new preparations. I have only one request I can’t see the pic of my recipe here.
    .-= Pari´s last blog ..Soybean and Carrot Pilaf =-.

  7. Nandini

    Great round up!

    And there is one of my posts missing. I’ll send them again. Please check your inbox.

  8. ruchikacooks

    All of them! Delicious, creative and colorful.
    .-= ruchikacooks´s last blog ..Ragi Mudde =-.

  9. Kitchen Butterfly

    It was a lovely challenge……Thanks for doing a great job on the hosting and roundup!

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