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Hi Chetana, I missed your comment until now someho...

2007-12-25T12:49:00.000-05:00

Hi Chetana, I missed your comment until now somehow. Glad you liked it, this dish my fave too, tastes so good. Reminds me of home every time. So good to know you are a kannadiga too, keep in touch. Did you try Batani Saagu with Poori btw? It's my mom's recipe, you can add any veggies to the masala. Go to my recipe index to see more side dishes. Enjoy.Happy holidays!:))



Usha, that sounds so good. Thanks for the recipe.I...

2007-12-25T12:46:00.000-05:00

Usha, that sounds so good. Thanks for the recipe.I will try it next time. My kids don't like thin Bassaru,so I make it thick.Usually, bassaru is always thin with dal water. I love it anyway thick or thin though!:))



Asha,We prepare bassaru in a slightly different wa...

2007-12-24T14:43:00.000-05:00

Asha,

We prepare bassaru in a slightly different way. Coarsely dice 1c. of onions and 2 to 3 cloves of garlic and saute until half cooked. Grind with 1/2 C.of fresh coconut, a small bunch of cilantro, sambhar powder and some of the cooked toor dhal with tamarind paste. Add to the drained liquid and bring to a boil and cook for a few minutes and then do vagaira. This tastes very good. you



Hi Asha, I had a bunch of dill lying in my refri...

2007-11-18T02:43:00.000-05:00

Hi Asha,
I had a bunch of dill lying in my refrigerator. Didn't know what to do with it. Googled Sabsige Soppu palya and found your recipe. Cooking is something that I don't enjoy much. I was so half heartedly looking for a recipe, but your blog inspired me so much. The attractive photos made my mouth water. My husband was so surprised that I am cooking with so much interest. And, ofcourse



Thanks Shilpa!! we all ignore these traditional di...

2006-09-21T08:10:00.000-04:00

Thanks Shilpa!! we all ignore these traditional dishes while growing up and then when we are on own, it all comes back to you in a hurry !! Yup!! You are not a true Lingayat unless that garlic Oggarane sizzles around noon!! :D :D In B'lore, you could smell it all in the streets :))))



Hi Asha,This evening your blog has rekindled a lot...

2006-09-21T02:08:00.000-04:00

Hi Asha,
This evening your blog has rekindled a lot of memories from my days in good ole Bangalore. Sabsige with beans palya was a common side dish in our house. You have inspired me to learn more about traditional dishes from my mom and granny. I will make it a point to cook the dishes I savored as a child than the same old anna saaru.

I will prepare these recipes with lots of



Indosungod, dill is a fancy word for Supseege sopp...

2006-09-08T08:01:00.000-04:00

Indosungod, dill is a fancy word for Supseege soppu or Suva bhaji,easily available in K'taka.
Next time get that dill and try the recipe, you will like it for sure.I love it,sometimes find it here in the grocery store,but not always :(
Thanks!

Hello Nee,thanks!I am 'unique' as I mentioned up there! :D
I will post a soup today but watch out for a "rustic" ;) recipe next



Hi Priya, thanks and you are invited for lunch!Kes...

2006-09-08T07:45:00.000-04:00

Hi Priya, thanks and you are invited for lunch!

Keshi, you have a good mom and you know dill, hurray!! Where are your folks from, in India I mean?



Hey Asha!I gotta tell you, your recipes are so dif...

2006-09-08T05:12:00.000-04:00

Hey Asha!

I gotta tell you, your recipes are so different! I've never used dill in anything before, first that bamboo shoots recipe, now this...keep 'em coming girl!

I don't recall seeing dill over here, next time I'll keep an eye out.

Nee



my mum makes it for me :)Keshi.

2006-09-07T23:39:00.000-04:00

my mum makes it for me :)

Keshi.



Asha, cooking with dill is new to me, learn someth...

2006-09-07T21:56:00.000-04:00

Asha, cooking with dill is new to me, learn something new all the time, I thought dill was an American vegetable??!!, though they always look fresh and inviting i never buy them, I will next time I am in the grocery store.



Asha.... the plate full of food is so tempting:) N...

2006-09-07T19:32:00.000-04:00

Asha.... the plate full of food is so tempting:) Nice pictures:)



Thank you Anonymous! Use a big bunch of dill and g...

2006-09-07T18:03:00.000-04:00

Thank you Anonymous! Use a big bunch of dill and get ready for a new flavorful sensation..I think you will like it..



never used dill in large quantities in a subji but...

2006-09-07T16:18:00.000-04:00

never used dill in large quantities in a subji but no wwill. thnaks for the yummy looking thali meal.



Yes M'am, Spice hut! you can learn from me and tea...

2006-09-07T15:45:00.000-04:00

Yes M'am, Spice hut! you can learn from me and teach me some of your's!! Hi to your kannada hubby and welcome back to you ....

Jayashree,I can't believe most of you don't know about dill! It tastes soft and yummy :) and it does have a different but good aroma than say palak.Buy a small bunch to try ,then see if you like it.I loove dill!

THANK YOU Nabeela! Atleast you know about



I love the recipe! I'm a complete dill fan...will ...

2006-09-07T15:15:00.000-04:00

I love the recipe! I'm a complete dill fan...will try sometime soon and let you know!



There you go with another ingredient that's new to...

2006-09-07T11:58:00.000-04:00

There you go with another ingredient that's new to me. I didn't know dill was used in Indian cooking.....what's the flavour like??? And does it make the dish smell different?



This looks yummy. Came here through your comment o...

2006-09-07T11:19:00.000-04:00

This looks yummy. Came here through your comment on my blog.

My husband is from Karnataka, so I guess I can learn many recipes from you. Thanks!



Thanks Krithika for linking my besan Laddus,I thou...

2006-09-07T08:46:00.000-04:00

Thanks Krithika for linking my besan Laddus,I thought it's relevent for the occasion and try dill to find outthe new flavor, you will like it,I am sure!

Shilpa,I think you just earned another Paachi in NC :D Hi to your paachi in Belgaum, who knows she might know me! I loved Belgaum, no eveteasing like B'lore, very respectful towards women.
Arvind & I got to know each other for 5



At last Latha!! Somebody who knows what I am talki...

2006-09-07T08:29:00.000-04:00

At last Latha!! Somebody who knows what I am talking about!!Basida saaru indeed, I couldn't remember, I have almost forgotten kannada wordings now! I thought it's a common soppu everybody knew but I am so wrong!! We ate sabsige so often at home in india, I thought whole India does that too! WOW!!Thank God I get dill here in US.Appreciate your input, Latha!



KrishnaA ! welcome.. Hope you will try. Dill is ve...

2006-09-07T08:16:00.000-04:00

KrishnaA ! welcome.. Hope you will try. Dill is very flavorful,thanks!

Archana, thanks! I am so surprised that many of you never used dill before.It's very common like palak in K'taka! Hope you will cook dill :)

Thanks MT, I have a good camera won by my daughter Trisha for scoring high in Comp. appl. in school and a reward given to her as one of the 'Tech. Girls' in NC by IBM!



I never tried dill in Indian dishes till now, may ...

2006-09-07T07:33:00.000-04:00

I never tried dill in Indian dishes till now, may be I will now..



I have never used dill in Indian cooking, i am go...

2006-09-07T01:02:00.000-04:00

I have never used dill in Indian cooking, i am going to try this recipe for sure. Thank you



Hi Asha,We make this at home too. We call it Bas S...

2006-09-06T23:16:00.000-04:00

Hi Asha,
We make this at home too. We call it Bas Saaru and palya... Same combo with beans and Sabsige soppu.. :-) Its our favourite preparation with Dill!
Your thali looks yumm!
Thanks for your post. Brought back so many memories!
Latha



Hi Asha,I never tried Dill leaves. After seeing yo...

2006-09-06T21:26:00.000-04:00

Hi Asha,
I never tried Dill leaves. After seeing your recipe,I want to try your recipe. Excellent phots. Thanks for sharing.