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Saturday, December 12, 2009

Aalo Rose

The recipe for the previous post, in pictures.

The final result:




First the Rose Aalo:
























Microwave for 2 minutes, then drain the hot turmeric/Salt water out.












Bake at 350C for 20 minutes.




Make sure you use a paper towel and soak up the extra oil before serving.

Now something to do with the carved out pieces of potato. Make them into a quick Bhajji that can go along with the roti's.










Unfortunately, the bhajji was all gone before it could be served with the roti's.






Now, this would not be possible except for a commitment to San that the kitchen will be handed over to her in the same condition as before the cooking started!

Gents, please wash all dishes and wipe off stove, countertop etc. if you plan to do this experiment!




A Warning: While the Roses looked pretty inviting and were tasty, the core of the rose was way too hot, while the outside surface had cooled. So do NOT bite into the rose or you will burn your tongue! You may have to wait a little for it to cool down.

Julie and Julia was a good movie. It has inspired me to go back and do something in the kitchen.




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2 Comments:

I am not responsible for comments posted by others... At 11:26 PM, Blogger Sundar Narayanan wrote...

pps. carving pumpkins at halloween is a great learning experience to carve roses out of potatoes!

:)

 
I am not responsible for comments posted by others... At 1:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous wrote...

Athimber! Looking fwd to Aalo rose in a week's time :-)

- Aditi

 

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