Thursday 26 April 2018


Boiled rice                                  --  1 cup
Raw rice                                      --  1 cup
Grated coconut                         --  ¼ cup
Butter milk                                 --  ½  cup
Green chilly                                --   3-4
Salt to taste
Soak raw rice and boiled rice for 2-3 hours.  Then grind it with butter milk, green chilly, grated coconut and salt into fine paste.
Heat tawa spread dosa batter, add little coconut oil over it, cover the lid, cook for few minutes,  turn it and cook for few minutes.
You can have it as it is or with any side dish or chutney.


Jheenga (Jumbo Prawns)   --   15 nos
For 1st Marination :-
Lemon juice                           --  60 ml
Red chilly powder                --  2-3 tsp
Garlic paste                           --  5 tsp
Ginger paste                         --   3 tsp
Salt to taste
For 2nd Marination :-
Hung curd                              --  100 gm
Carom seed (ajwain)           --   a pinch
Garam masala                      --    2 tsp

Cut and clean the prawns and keep aside.  For the 1st marination,  mix all  the ingredients in a bowl and evenly rub the prawns with this marinate and keep aside for 15 mts.
Then for 2nd marination, put the hung curd in a bowl, add remaining ingredients, mix it gently, then add marinated prawns, mix it well, keep in Refrigerator for minimum 1 hour.
 Heat tawa, grease butter on tawa, then keep all the prawns, then baste with butter and roast again for a few minutes both sides.
Healthy yummy Tandoori Jheenga ready to eat.

Note:- for best result charcoal grill can be used for this. Here I used iron tawa.



Boiled egg                            --  5 nos
Garlic cloves                        --  5 to 6(finely chopped)
Mustard seeds                    --  ½ tsp
Curry leaves                        --   a few leaves
Turmeric powder               --   ¼ tsp
Coriander powder             --    1 tsp
Chilly powder                     --    2 tsp
Pepper powder                  --   ½ tsp
Garam masala                    --   ¼ tsp
Cooking oil                          --  2 tbsp (preferably coconut oil)
Coriander leaves                -- 1-2 tbsp finely chopped
Salt to taste                                              


Heat oil in a thick bottom pan, add mustard seeds, when it splutter, add garlic and curry leaves. Fry till light brown.
Simmer the gas, add chilly powder, coriander powder, and salt and fry for few seconds(make sure it does not get burnt).
Then sprinkle little water, cut boiled eggs into halves, slowly place them over the masala.   Sprinkle garam masala and pepper powder, mix it slowly, so that masala gets coated evenly.
Finally sprinkle coriander leaves and roast it for few seconds.

This can be had as side dish for chapathi or rice or as a starter also.