Saturday, August 25, 2012

Magical Yellow


~ Charismatic Yellow ~

In Indian mythology yellow is the color of Gods !
Nothing here is complete without a dash of yellow.
A bride to be adorns yellow, a new house is decorated
with yellow, festivals are incomplete without yellow
marigolds , sunflowers & a smear of turmeric.



In our culture yellow means a new beginning & a
sunshine of love, warmth and happiness.



After completing 3 yrs of blogging Little Food Junction
returns in a new avatar,with an easy to connect Facebook page,
lots of new fun foods , loads of colorful pictures & last but
not the least many more recipes definitely with a healthier
twist for our tiny lil eaters ...... Isn't it nice to add a tinge
of yellow to a new beginning ...............



When God gives you Lemons ........
(Go ahead & make some Lemon rice ....)

When the little ones are craving for something tangy
& there is some cooked rice in the refrigerator
sharing space with lemons ..... then just wear on
your apron & get ready to salivate those tiny taste buds.
As the name suggests Lemon rice is a South Indian
delicacy with freshness of lemon juice, crunchiness of roasted
lentils & aroma of fragrant curry leaves.

Cook with fresh rice or utilize the leftover rice in the refrigerator
either ways the tanginess will leave you craving for more ......

Lemon Rice

Ingredients - 1 cup boiled rice, 1tsp vegetable oil, 1/2 tsp
split black gram( urad dal), 1/2 tsp bengal gram ( chana dal)
1/2 tsp mustard seeds, pinch of turmeric, 1 dry red chili, 2 tsp
lemon juice, a few curry leaves & salt to taste .
Method- Heat oil in a pan & splutter mustard. Add the dals,
red chili & curry leaves & roast for 30 secs till crisp . Mix in
turmeric, rice, salt & lemon juice. Cook for a min & serve hot.


14 comments:

  1. Holy Cow !!! Thats is simply divine - the pictures are out of the world. Great to know about more recipes. My family loves Indian food - naan bread , tanddori chicken - will try out your lemon rice today :) :)

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  2. Ehei, che meraviglia di colori, bravissima !
    Ciao

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  3. Your pictures are gorgeous and I'm bookmarking this recipe.

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  4. Congrats for the new look..new beginings...wud definetly try out lemon rice ur way....!!

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  5. Super inviting dear..Rush your delights for Fast Food Event Noodles

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  6. Looks wonderful. I'm in a bit of a spot with the kids' tiffins.. they seem to like nothing. Maybe this will tempt them. Thanks.

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  7. looks so wonderful! so inviting.. very nice clicks
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  8. What lovely pics, and love those lamps. Love the light yellow colour, just perfect!

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  9. Finger licking...
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  10. I could get lost in just staring at all your pictures and reading your poems.

    Mina

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  11. Love it, have saved for another day, thanks.

    BTW You are welcome to join in my monthly food blogger event THE SOUP KITCHEN, here for entry details and current theme. New theme each month. All bloggers are welcome, hope to see you participate soon.

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  12. Love those pictures Smita.
    Love lemon rice too ....

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  13. This is divine. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the pictures…they are beautiful. We have so less time in our hands these days that cooking an elaborate meal becomes a hectic affair. I stick to recipes that have all the necessary ingredients and are quick and easy. I was in a habit of drinking a glass of juice everyday before I left for office. Now, I have started taking Jumpin...not just coz its my fav mango drink, it is the cause it has associated with that struck a chord. It has come up with a video of 2 nanis dancing and with each share, Jumpin will donate an amount to Save the Children NGO towards education for poor kids: http://bit.ly/jumpinNaniVsNaani

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