Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Microwave fried masala papad

Blogging has kind of become an addiction. My visiting parents are complaining that I don’t spend enough time with them and the kid. To prove their point, I started blog hoping as soon as I came from office and came across MEC: Savoury Snacks event hosted by Priya of easyntastyrecipes. I totally admire her enthusiasm and energy to host two events in the same month. As soon as I saw the theme, masala papad came to my mind. The papad can be fried in microwave oven and the toppings are just sliced onions and tomataoes and some masala powder to spice it up. More importantly, it can be prepared in a wink of eye and I can treat my parents with this tasty and easy snack without even they realizing that I spent time in kitchen. I just made one papad especially for the event.

Ingredients

Lijjat papad: 1 piece Onion: 1 small Tomato: 1 small Salt to taste Chat masala powder to sprinkle on the papad Coriander leaves finely chopped to sprinkle on the papad Lemon juice to sprinkle on the papad Procedure
1. Slice onion and tomoto into thin pieces, add chat masala powder and salt and mix well. 2. Fry the papad in microwave oven for 1 minute or until it is fried completely. 3. Remove from oven and spread onion and tomato mixture on the papad. 4. Sprinkle chopped coriander leaves and lemon juice.

Easy and tasty microwave masala papad is ready and its on the way to MEC:Savoury Snacks event hosted by Priya of easyntastyrecipes

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6 comments:

  1. WOw thats looks delicious Priya...thanks for sending this yummy snacks for MEC...

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  2. Hi Priya.Masala pappad looks superb.I tried it.Though the appearance was not as catchy and colourful as yours it, tasted good.i am really impressed by your concept of vegetarianism and eggless cooking.i'm trying out all your eggless cakes one by one.thank you.

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  3. Hello Ragini,
    As long as it tastes good it does not matter how it looks. :-) Nice to know that you try the eggless cakes too. Hope it comes out well.
    Priya.

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  4. priya your my masala papad

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