I am a die-hard foodie. I love food and like to experiment in the kitchen. I love cooking more than eating. The outcome, I try to cook every tasty-looking recipe I get hold of.
I have a strong fascination with trying to cook every yummy dish I taste outside the home. Be it at a friend’s place or in a marriage ceremony or even a restaurant, if I enjoy a dish, I’ll try to cook it myself within the next week itself.
As for the recipe, the Internet is my best buddy.
If you are wondering why would I spend so much energy to try to cook it myself when I can eat it anytime in the restaurant, well that’s the mindset of a food-lover and it has to be as soon as possible to avoid forgetting the taste.
I do a fair bit of cooking from the blog-posts I read, but have never written about it earlier on my blog, cause of one small reason. I can never remember to click pictures and if someday I do remember, I do not have the patience to plate up well for a photogenic shot. Recently Seema asked me to try to remember taking pictures while cooking and today I finally did while trying a very simple yet yummy recipe I learnt from Ani’s blog.
Poori stuffed with Paneer.
Everything is same as we make poori out of wheat flour, except that it has a filling of grated paneer.
For the filling I added the following to grated paneer:
- Salt , red chili powder, turmeric powder, chat masala (I used the Everest Chat Masala),toasted and ground cumin seed powder, garam masala powder.
- Finely chopped green chilli
- Finely chopped Coriander/Cilantro
I clicked some pictures with my mobile, please ignore the quality of the shots and don’t be disappointed by the appearance of my pooris, for they actually taste yummy.
P.S.- Besides paneer, pooris with a stuffing of masala peas also taste yummy.
For more recipes from my kitchen, visit my food corner.