I have just joined Glaxo SmithKline Ltd for my Post Graduate internship. I have become so busy with the work that I couldn’t even think about writing a post for my blog. Yesterday I got a scrap from a school friend. She is presently staying in Bangladesh and as she says there are very few options for any vegan dishes. She requested me to write about some vegetarian dishes for her.
I just could not leave out her request and so thought of posting this dish for her.
String beans (Barboti): 100gms
Potato (Aalu): 4 medium sizes
Nigella seeds(Kalo jeera): ½ teaspoon
Mustard oil (Sarser Tel): 1 teaspoon
Turmeric Powder (Halud Guro): ½ teaspoon
Green Chili (Kancha Lanka): 2
- Slice the strings beans into one inch sizes and the potato into small square pieces
- Take oil in a wok and let it heat
- Throw in the nigella seeds as the oil gets heated
- Add the potatoes and strings beans along with the turmeric powder and salt
- Toss the vegetables for a minute so that the oil and spices get mixed
- Fry for 2-3 minutes
- Pour in 1 cup of water and let it cook with stirring twice or thrice
- As the vegetables get cooked take out of flame
Serve with roti, paratha or with steamed rice. It tastes good with anything. Check for more updates here on this blog, till then Happy Cooking, Happy Eating.
There is a always a problem with the left over vegetables of last night at my place. Neither do I feel to throw them out nor eat those just like that. Vegetable omelet was my brain child to cope up with this matter. Its a very easy to cook and ready to eat kind of food and is ideal for breakfast, especially when the house cook do not want to work much for the breakfast table. I used the leftover vegetables or meat for the preparation. You can also use any kind of fresh vegetables or meat for making it up.
Egg (Dim): 2
Wheat flour (Maida): 1 tablespoon
Onion (Peyaj): 1 medium size, cut into small squares
Coriander leaves (Dhaniya pata): 1 tablespoon, finely chopped
Milk (Dudh): 1/4 cup
Green Chili (Kacha Lanka): 2-3 , cut into small rings
Turmeric powder (Halud Guro): 1/4 teaspoon
Vegetables or meat of choice: 1 small bowl
Sunflower oil (Sada tel) to fry
Salt to taste
- Add all the ingredients into a deep bowl and stir to make a dilute batter.
- Heat 1/2 teaspoon of oil on a non-stick frying pan
- Gently pour in one large spoon of the batter to make an omelet.
- Make as many as you wish out of the batter.
- Serve with green salad and tomato sauce.
Look for more on this blog, till then Happy Cooking and Happy Eating
I am sending this to Sangeeth for her 101 omelets.
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