I always love cooking and would like to try recipes that are ready in a minute...Someone who cooks with the available ingredients without specific in what I need.. Just with the same thought I tried this combo - Cho-Cho and brinjal..
Half Cho-cho - Peeled and cut into very small pieces
Brinjal - 2 Cut into small pieces
Garlic - 10 Peeled and cut into small pieces
Onion - 1/4 cup
Tomato - Optional
Ginger Grated - little less quantity
Mustard, jeera -- for tadka
Seaseme oil 1/2 teaspoon
Turmeric, curry leaves, Coriander, Chilli
Salt as needed
Pepper, Jeera and Methi - Freshly powdered if you have the motor pestle
Heat a pan, pour oil. When it is hot put Mustard & Jeera. After it splutters add ginger, Garlic and onion. Saute for sometime.. add the Cho-cho saute till it waters and add Brinjal.. Cook till the Brinjal gets cooked by closing the pan.. Pour 1/2 glass of water while it is cooking.. Add 1/2 teaspoon of the Powders mentioned. Close the lid and cook until Brinjal is fully done. Hand grind 1 tablespoon of pepper powder 1/2 tablespoon of Jeera and pinch of methi seeds(Adjust according to your spice level). Once the gravy is ready add this powder and switch off the flame. Garnish with coriander and serve hot. :)
Who decides our potential... rather who has the right
to decide except the ParaBrahman..
I stand completely out when it comes to the
appraisal amidst a crowd in the corporate world who sees it to be their most
life changing moment...I least care about it.
I was taken a back when my so-called
supervisor said that you shouldn't feel happy that about getting a feedback. I
am under the impression till date and will continue to be that feedback is
given for one's own progress. Never even thought it was for criticizing..
Anyways this tells us the hard reality in corporate..
Assessment should happen within
us that gives the contentment that
I am alive today
my best meal and a good sleep
able to be there for my family and friends
this moment which is never going to come back to thank and count my blessings
a minute to be proud of my child.
able to bring a smile in someone's heart
·I am able to add a drop inside me from the ocean of knowledge
This is the restart of my career, life.. I am struggling...
yes I am struggling to pursue my higher studies and to balance rest of my life
I had a dream..
Dream to feed my brain..
Dream to be a student..
Dream to stay ahead in the race..
Dream to be a role model to my family
I started to chase the dream.. Started miserably.. Failing every
Wait Wait…I am not posting to murmur about my failure or struggle..
After a downcast of my first course, I am depressed, sad and with lot
of fear to proceed…
However it’s not the end… The life is so beautiful that it creates a unique flow for you
which will never let you down if you are firmly embracing it...
To keep me conscious, I am going to pen down the every little
thing that moves me a step (may be a little step) forward…
----- The biggest strength is the support I get from my husband
that was unexpected considering his situation. The changeover that he has shown
is tremendous. It definitely pushes me to work harder. He has taken so much
work at home definitely away from me. It really eases my mental pressure and
gives me a lot clearer mind.
With this support and strength am starting my semester…