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Saturday, July 28, 2007

Bitter gourd curry and Peach lassi with cayenne pepper


The inspiration for this recipe comes from Kajal's post about the same curry.
I haven't changed the recipe a bit except that I didn't fry the bitter gourd.
I just peeled the bitter gourd a bit, sliced and baked it in the oven till it was cooked crisp. I also made the sabji little dry as I was gonna eat it with roti and dal.



Thanks Kajal, it does taste really good.
See the recipe here

I know you must be thinking what a weird combination is this. But these were made on two separate days, just posted together


I love lassi with different combination and looking at the weather, I thought it was time to venture into a new lassi making session






This Peach Lassi is my entry for JFI for August -Chillies hosted by Nandita of Saffrontrail and brainchild of Indira.
Thanks Suganya of Tastypalettes for reminding me this.



For the Peach lassi:

1 cup canned peaches or 2 fresh peaches. (both works well)
2 cups yogurt
sugar to your taste
kewra essence few drops
a pinch of cayenne pepper


Blend everything together in a blender along with couple of ice cubes.




Yes cayenne pepper gives this a nice kick. You can use more if you really like the heat.

Warning: Do not use the Rose water with this Lassi as it would be a disaster, unless you are an adventurous soul, who can drink those combinations.






5 comments:

Vcuisine said...

Hi Foodie, thanks for dropping by. The curry looks great. Baking is a nice idea. Tha lassi is cool with the pepper. You have a nice blog. will keep visiting. have a good day. Viji

Suganya said...

Lassi is a unique creation. Since it has cayenne, any idea of sending this JFI-Chillies?

Asha said...

Karala curry looks so delicious! Peach lassi is so refreshing.We make mango lassi,why not with other fruits too,right? Great idea!

bee said...

have you tried cucumber lassi with fresh green chillies? it's awesome. this one looks great too.

Rachna said...

peach lassi, wow, amazing huh, never heard of that... my hubby wud love this karela dish