Saturday, October 2, 2010

Cooking With Seeds- Nigella Event Roundup

Hi Everyone,
 Cooking with seeds event roundup is online now. My big thanks to everyone who shared your fabulous and creative recipes for this event. You can have lots of recipe ideas for nigella seeds from this event.
 I would also like to thank Priya of Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes who gave me this great opportunity of hosting this wonderful event.
I received some delicious recipes from all our creative food bloggers, I also received one entry from one of my non blogger friend from Germany. Thank you Aysha for sharing with us your recipe.
So I'm starting the event from our non blogger friend
Honeycombcake from Aysha- Germany

Ingredients:


White flour- 500 g
Yeast- 20 g
Sugar- 90 g
Salt- 1/2 tsp
Milk- 200 ml ( at room temperature)
Butter- 100 g ( softened)
Orange flower water- 2 tbsp
Cardamom powder- 1/2 tsp
Goat's cheese- 200 g
Egg white- 1 ( to coat)
Black cumin seeds- 2 tbsp
Honey- 4 tbsp ( mild warm)
Optional:
1 whole egg+ 1 egg yolk



Preparation:

In a large bowl, sieve the flour. Form a crater and add cardamom powder, orange flavor, salt,
sugar and yeast. If using eggs, add the whole egg and egg yolk too. With your hands, knead the
dough with gradual addition of milk for about a minute. Add the butter now and knead well.
Adjust the amount of milk as needed. Knead until the dough becomes a little elastic and shiny.

Place the dough in a warm bowl, cover it with a towel and allow it to rise. Wait until the dough has
become almost double its size.

Now, press the dough and knead slightly. Take walnut sized balls out of the dough and press it little
flat with your fingers. Stuff about ½ Tblsp of cheese inside and close it again into a ball. Arrange these
cheese stuffed balls in a well buttered form. Preheat the oven to 180°C.

Coat the balls with the egg white (or olive oil) using a baking brush, and spread the black cumin seeds
generously above them. Bake for about 20-25mins.

When the bread is still hot, baste with mild warm honey.

The bread tastes best, when eaten warm. The seeds, together with the sweetness of honey and
sourness of the cheese give these balls a heavenly taste. Enjoy!!

Thank you Aysha for sending this delicious cake.

Now we'll have the recipes from all our creative bloggers in the order I received.


To start with we have a healthy and delicious Saffron rice with fresh vegetables and nuts from Pavani of Food Lovers.






Plain Naan by not yet 100, A very soft and delicious naan.








Nawabi Chicken Pulav from Pavani of Food Lovers which she got from a TV show in India, a very delicious alternative to Briyani.








Next we have Dum Gobi from Srinithya of Andhra ruchulu. A delicious sabzi with a combination of aloo and gobhi.




Three delicious and mouthwatering side dish from Supriya of Celebrate Little Things In Life


Baigan Aachar


Bindi Do Pyza


Pumpkin sabzi

We have a very healthy combination of meal, which is whole some and satisfying from Niloufer of Kitchen Samraj.





Beet Chappathi and Mixed Beans Curry.




A spicy and delicious Achari Aloo , perfect combination for chapathi's or poori's by Shabitha of From My Home Kitchen.




A very unique Curried Pasta from Pavani of Food Lovers, prepared in her own style.




A very tempting Mango Pickle from Santhosh Bangar of Santhosh's Kitchen.


We have received a three very delicious and authentic recipes from Rupali of North Ki Rasoi Se.


Aloo Kulcha

Naan

Paneer Achari


A very flavourful a Jeera rice from Pavani of Food Lovers.

We have five different types of recipe with full of flavours from Priya of Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes.


Mint and Kalonji Seeds Paratha
Bindi Do Pyaza


Spicy and Cheesy Stuffed Beet swirl bread.

Barley and springonion biscuits.


Aloo Matar Kulcha

Aipi of US Masala has  send us two amazing recipes.




Paneer Bharwan Bindhi


Achari Aloo

Aloo Posto, A bengali Delicacy by Pari of Foodelicious.




A refreshing Nigella Tea, with lots of medicinal values by Reshmi of Lecker and yummy recipes




A spicy and pickle flavoured Achari Mushroom by Aparna Mallya of Apy Cooking.




A very tempting Achari Gobhi by Denny of Oh Taste N See.




A very fresh radish green curry with mustard by Sayantani of  A Homemaker's Diary.






Eggplant in mustard gravy , a rich and creamy Bengali style curry by Sweet Artichoke.






A lip smacking  Pickled Brinjal recipe from Lalitha of Indian Spice Magic.


Indrani of Recipe Junction has send us four of her delicacies.
Peas Pulao with Curry leaves
Combo menu : Balti Dhal with spring onion and tomato & Balti potatoes with aubergine
Palong Shak-er Dalna(bengali spinach, peas and potato Curry)


Dahi Bhindi


Finally we finish of the event with my entries.
Nigella Idli




Beet Nigella Dosai
Garlic and Coriander Naan
Nigella Biscuits


Nigella Chutney.




I hope everybody enjoyed the roundup and got lots of recipe ideas using Nigella seeds. Once again my big thanks to everyone who participated. If I missed any of your recipes , please let me know so that I could include them immediately.


See you then, have a nice day :-)



19 comments:

Torviewtoronto said...

fantastic roundup so many ideas to start using nigella seeds more

Peanutts said...

yumm what a lovely spread!!

asiya omar said...

wow! so much recipes.yummy.

Sweet Artichoke said...

A great round-up! Thanks for organising!
I bookmarked it for future nigella-inspiration :-)

Rumana Rawat said...

Excellent round up:)

Reshmi Ahmed said...

thats a beautiful round-up ! interesting to know how such a small seed could play a role in soo many dishes.......

Nithu Bala said...

Wonderful roundup..missed to send entries:-(

Hari Chandana said...

Lovely roundup..

Priya said...

Many beautiful dishes, enjoyed cooking with nigella seeds..Awesome roundup..

Sayantani said...

beautiful round up Ayesha. got to know about so many new loggers whom I dint visit before. all the recipes and pictures are just mind blowing.

Supriya said...

Ayeesha, nice to know about so many different recipes using nigella seeds. Thanks for organizing this event!

Rachana said...

A lovely roundup!

Ananda Rajashekar said...

wow great collection of recipe...can't wait to try few of those!

Suja Sugathan said...

Wonderful roundup..beautiful spread.

SavithaRaj's Spice Land said...

check my blog for a surprise!

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

awesome roundup..missed it..keeping busy these days...once im set wil surely participate in ur new event...

Indrani said...

so many lip-smacking recipes in one place..mouth-watering round-up, umm...gr8 job done

Sushma Mallya said...

lovely round up...

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