Saturday, June 19, 2010

Home made Foods-Srilanka






 Homemade Appetizer

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100grams Gram flour
1tablespoon flour, all-purpose
2tablespoons corn flour
1/2teaspoon baking powder

1/4 teaspoon oregano powder
2teaspoons garam masala powder
2teaspoons chili powder
1teaspoon black pepper freshly ground
1teaspoon salt
50millilitres water
500millilitres vegetable oil
200grams cabbage shredded
100grams carrot shredded

Directions

Combine gram flour, corn flour, plain flour, baking powder, origana, masala powder, chili powder, pepper, salt and water.
Mix well.
Add cabbage, carrot and salt, mix well.
Put the oil in the pan and heat(medium high heat)
Carefully drop spoon fuls of the mixture in to hot oil and fry until golden brown.










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Homemade Pocket Triangles



Recipe type: Dessert


Number of serving: 6


Preparation time: 40 Minute(s)


Cook time: 25 Minute(s)


Difficulty: Easy


Ingredients:


Ingredients
250.0 grams flour, all-purpose
125.0 grams butter
75.0 grams sugar
1.0 large egg
2.5 ml vanilla extract
Filling:
100.0 grams dessicated coconut
50.0 grams dates
50.0 grams sugar
25.0 grams raisins, seedless
25.0 grams cashew nuts
2.5 ml almond extract

Preparation:


Directions


In a mixing bowel cream butter and sugar, add egg and vanilla and beat 2 minutes, combine flour and mix well.


Cover the dough and refrigerator for at least30 minutes.


Roll the pastry dough and cut into (2inch diameter) rounds.


Filling:


Mix the water and sugar in a heavy bottomed pan.


Cook in low heat until the sugar dissolves (golden brown).


Add coconut and mix well.


Combine almond essence, raisin and cashew nut, dates.


Scope a heaping teaspoon of the filling, put in the center of each rounds.


Arrange the pockets, filling shows place on a greased baking tray and bake until golden brown.


Serve and enjoy.



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