"Dish - It - Out" - "Light Dinners" - Round Up

A Bowl Of Curry
Fri, 7 Feb 2014 13:31:00 +0000
First and foremost,a big Thank you to Vardhini for giving me the opportunity to host "Dish-it-Out"  event. Wow!!!! that was the response for my first event - 131 delicious entries to drool over...When i announced this event,i had no idea that the response will be so overwhelming as it is my first as a beginner. I am so happy by the support and response i received. Thanks to everyone who participated in this event with such enthusiasm. Hope this round up will give us such delicious recipes to plan for a Light Dinner at home.. I bet you cannot pick one as your favourite.....But i surely need to mention two of my fellow bloogers who contributed with the maximum number of entries, Asha of Chikkus Kitchen and Eliza of Lincy's Cook Art .I have posted the entries in the alphabetic order of blog names. Go ahead! Indulge!! Note Please do let me know if i have missed any of your entries. do buzz me a preethasoumyantk@gmail.com.(Also i haven't posted entries that falls out of the event [non-veg and egg dishes without baking]) Awarekai Bisibele Baat navane-Urad Idlies palak Aloo Tikki & Dahi baby Potatoes Pigeon Pea ragda Aloo Patties Arisi Paruppu Brussel sprouts Poriyal Kollu Dosa Pesarattu Tomato Chutney Tomato Curry Broken Wheat and Vermicelli Upma  Dill Adai                Dal Makhani Beans Thoran Beetroot Thoran  Bittergourd Fry Bread Bajji Bread rava Pizza        Broad Beans Thoran      Broccoli Potato Curry Vendakkai Roast Carrot Melon Juice   Carrot Poriyal              Cowepea Beans Carrot Porial    Coriander Pudhina Thogayal    Cucumber Kitchadi Fruit Punch Fruit salad Grated Vegetable Salad Keerai Omelette Kovakkai Roast Methi Chappatti Milagu Jeeraga Tomato rasam Peerkankai Chutney Rice sticks Rice Veg Pakoda Sambar Sadam Stuffed Lady's Finger Tomato soup Veg Bonda Vendakkai Thoran Maida Dosai Black Eyed Peas Soup Mushroom Black Bean Rice                         Plantain Corn Soup Urad Dal Rice Peas Paratha Rajma Dosai Simple Veg Noodles Snakegourd Raitha Onion Oothappam   Nuts Rava Upma Easy Peas Rice Andhra Besarat Gobi Manchurian Pepper Gobi Beans Paruppu Usilli Oats Rava Dosai Vegetable Roll                                   Chole Masala Cupcake Idlis Savoury Semolina Cake Pasta Upma Soya Chunk Baby Corn Stir Fry Methi Theplas Idli Upma Oats Idli Semiya Upma Tomato Rice Ven Pongal            Fresh Mangodi- dal dumpling Curry Grape and Carrot Salad Roasted Red Pepper , Carrot Beet Soup Tofu 65 Mushroom Fry Curd Rice Mulakoolam Padavalanga Curry Garlic Chutney Chana Masala Vegetable Stew                                        Oats Upma Ven Pongal Vendaikka Avial Tarmarind Rice Brinjal Gotsu Kashmiri Dum Aloo Broccoli Rice Matar Paneer Lemon Rice Mint Pulav Radish Sambar Palak Paneer Soy Bean Dosa Flat bean Sambar Mushroom Manchurian Tricolour Dosa , Tricolour Sandwich Tomato Rice               Khara Dosai Langos Red Cabbage & carrot salad Red Cabbage and Paneer Parathas Spinach Corn Quiche              Khichdi Kadhi             Sarson Ka Saag Tomato Curry Oats Spinach Paratha Barley Fenugreek Paratha            Instant Wheat Idli Grilled Carrot Sandwich Dal Dhokli Onion Carrot & radish salad Vegetable & Mashed Potato Au Gratin Kanji or Rice Gruel                             Vegetable Kurma       Cowpea Stir Fry with Rice porridge Methi Thepla Ragi Rotti                          Sesame Peanut Noodles Brinjal Thokku Radish Parathas             Brocccoli Pasta             Savory Kuzhi paniyaram                                   Semiya Pulao                  Red Millet Idli Thanks once again for all of your wonderful support
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