Sunday, December 21, 2008

Birds nest

This birds nest is a favourite recipe of mine and its my school days recipe....kids will love this dish cos of its appearance.......
Ingredients-1
½ kg Potato boiled
1 no Onion
3 tsp Ginger
2 nos Green chilli
1 no Carrot
2 Curry leaves ( little) (chopped)
Few corriander leaves (can add more if u like the taste)
Ingredients-2
2 tsp Dhania powder
2 tsp Red chilli powder
1 tsp Mango powder
1 T Oil
Salt to taste
Ingredients-3
½ cup Maida flour/ all purpose flour
2 tsp Cornflour
100 g Vermecelli (semiya)(slightly roasted)
Oil for deep frying
Instructions
Slightly roast the vermecelli, keep aside.
Boil the potato, carrot and mash it finely with out any lumps.
Now add all ingrediant 2 except oil, to the mashed potato, mix it well.
heat oil in a kadai. add onion , ginger , green chillies, saute it well and then add it to the mashed potato.mix it well.
Divide the potato mixture into eqaul size balls and flat it.
Place3-4 peas on potato patties and close. roll it like balls.
Meantime make an paste of maida and corn flour (for binding) and just roll the potato balls on this paste.Then on the vermicelli.

Keep the pan,pour oil.Once you feel it has reached right temperature.
Drop one by one ball into the oil and fry till light golden brown and drop on towel or tissue(to remove excess oil).
Slightly open the fried vermecelli in center and put 2 or 3 peas. and Serve hot with tomato ketch up.
Actually the vermicelli gives a appearance like dry grass ,Peas as eggs. so birds nest is ready to taste.
Its very easy and does not take much time.
Sending this recipe to EFM-Savouries

15 comments:

arthi selva said...

Divya, i cannot forget this recipe.. Looks so cute.. Hope Ur daughter likes this much

Soma said...

They look so cute. What a great idea for a kid!

rekhas kitchen said...

so cute so beautiful nice entry

Madhu said...

Frist time seeing this recipe, very cute..

Alka said...

It had been a long long time since i last made this,we generally make this with bread slice filled with spicy potato mix,and coated with vermicelli,but my nests doesnt look as beautiful as yours,and also i loved the idea of adding carrots to stuffing..they surely make these bit more nutritious

Uj said...

This looks very very cute :D

Swapna said...

Birds nest looks so cute!!!...an interesing recipe...

SriLekha said...

looks cute and delicious!

AnuSriram said...

I have heard about this before but never tried making it! Have bookmared this to try!

Trupti said...

nest looks very delicious ..

I am hosting Winter Treat Event this month. I will be very glad if you participate in
this event.

Sanghi said...

Divya, wat a idea? Very lovely! I love to make it!

Akal's Saappadu said...

Nice idea!!

sure the kids will love it.

DK said...

This is indeed interesting :) v creative way of coaxing anyone to eat something leave alone kids :) I actually was thinking you made the famous bird's nest soup or something :)

Divya.M said...

Thanks to all....for ur comments...

khaugiri said...

Really it is very cute.

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