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By: Sandeep

Fri, 02 Apr 2010 19:18:19 +0000

Turned out amazing....



By: Madhu

Sun, 13 Dec 2009 05:31:51 +0000

Hi Shilpa, I just made your Batate Vaagu, turned out pretty flavorful.Had with chapathis for our dinner tonight. Thanks for the recipe, i'll making this more often now.



By: Amitha

Wed, 29 Jul 2009 09:40:09 +0000

Hi Shilpa, This looks great. I wil try out this soon..I have a query. The dry coconut is we have to make small pieces and grind or i we have to scrap it just like our wet coconut.. Thanks amitha Shilpa: You are going to grind the coconut, so does not matter if you grate or make pieces of it. Also, fresh coconut is used for this recipe, not dry coconut



By: Britannia cookers

Sun, 07 Dec 2008 10:36:46 +0000

Lovely dish, easy to prepare and tasty.



By: Vanessa

Tue, 22 Jan 2008 06:20:37 +0000

Hi Shilpa, Your aloo potato curry was 2 good. My children enjoyed it. Thanks for the wonderful recipe. I am giving you a pudding recipe which is excellent. Pls try it out. PUDDING RECIPE Grate 1 coconut and extract the milk. Then soak 6 slices of Britannia bread, add crushed cake (any type of cake i.e. 1 small bar), cashewnuts coarsely powdered (3 tbsp), raisins (1 tbsp), 2 eggs beaten, 2 tsp vanilla essence, 3 tbps sugar, 1 tbsp butter. Soak everything nicely. In a separate vessel, brown the sugar nicely. Once the sugar is brown, add the above mixture into the brown sugar. Add 1 1 /4 cup water in the cooker. Put the cooker stand and place the pudding vessel inside. Keep the gas on high for 3 whistles and after the 3 whistles, keep it on low flame for 40 mins then again keep it on high for 2 whistles and then switch off the gas.



By: Siri

Mon, 21 Jan 2008 19:48:59 +0000

YummO.! ~ Siri



By: Priya

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 23:23:37 +0000

Batata song and batata vaag were some of my favorite dishes growing up. My mom made them without tomato and coconut with lots of hing, urad dal, chillies and mustard seeds. I guess it is a Mangalore dish since my father grew up in Mangalore. Really good and simple to make.



By: Sandeep

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 23:20:41 +0000

Khane ko milega kya... looks delicious



By: Geeta

Wed, 09 Jan 2008 08:03:44 +0000

Hi, Batata vaag is fantastic.Instead of frying coriander seeds,they can be added fresh while grinding the coconut masala, along with tamarind and byadagi chillies and grind into a very fine paste.Tomatoes are not required in this case.



By: Divya

Tue, 08 Jan 2008 09:55:11 +0000

Hi Shilpa, Vaag looks yummy..makes me want to cook it immediately.We have it with shevai.I make it a bit gravy-ish so that it can be used as an accompaniment for shevai as well as idiyappam.Only variation in my vaag is I add lots of coriander leaves to it,it imparts a very good flavour to the curry.Keep blogging!!! Divya.