May 8, 2009

Tried And Tasted, April 2009: The Round-up




As announced, Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen was in the spotlight for April's Tried And Tasted. All the submissions are in and I am happy to have introduced some of the participating bloggers to Lisa's wonderful vegetarian blog which I have been following for a while now. I hope you all enjoyed browsing through her recipe collection as much as I did.



There were 33 submissions and here is a straightforward compilation, in no particular order, of "who cooked what" from Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen.
A big thanks to all of you who took the time and effort to participate in this edition of Zlamushka's event, making it a success.

Note: For each entry mentioned below, the link from each blogger's blog (name of the blog) will take you to their respective T&T posts, while the link from the name of their dish will take you to Lisa's original post on her blog.

Mahima (Tokyo, Japan) of Olives & Basil : Mixed Marwadi Dal



Parita (Basel, Switzerland) of Parita's World : Cabbage In A Chana Dal Sauce



Pavani (New Jersey, U.S.) of Cook's Hideout : Mushroom Pilaf



Pavani (New Jersey, U.S.) of Cook's Hideout : Black Bean And Corn Bake



Sweatha (India) of Tasty Curry Leaf : Black Eyed Pea Patties with Chili Sauce



Yasmeen (Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.) of Healthnut : Mushroom Quesadillas



Zlamushka (Copenhagen, Denmark) of Zlamushka's Spicy Kitchen : Fresh Chunky Salsa



Zlamushka (Copenhagen, Denmark) of Zlamushka's Spicy Kitchen : Quinoa Oats Croquettes



Zlamushka (Copenhagen, Denmark) of Zlamushka's Spicy Kitchen : Best Ever Mushroom Sauce



Zlamushka (Copenhagen, Denmark) of Zlamushka's Spicy Kitchen : Guacamole



Zlamushka (Copenhagen, Denmark) of Zlamushka's Spicy Kitchen : Cabbage Poriyal




Poornima (California, U.S.) of Tasty Treats : Paneer With Tomatoes, Mushroom and Chickpeas




TBC (U.S.) of The Budding Cook : Fudgy Brownies


Usha (New York, U.S.) of My Spicy Kitchen : Black and Yellow Chickpeas in a Sweet and Spicy Sauce




Srimathi (San Diego, California, U.S.) of Few Minute Wonders : Baked Strawberry Pancake




Srimathi (San Diego, California, U.S.) of Few Minute Wonders : Paneer Tikka Masala




Soma (Texas, U.S.) of eCurry : Spicy Tomato Mushroom Rice with Fresh Mint




Rekha (Abu Dhabi, U.A.E) of Plantain Leaf : Cashew Rice With Diced Potatoes




Rachel (India) of Tangerine's Kitchen : Rice With Paneer And Peas




Preeti (Bangalore, India) of Khaugiri : Gingered Tomato Sauce




Priya (Paris, France) of Priya's Tasty N Easy Recipes : Baked Strawberry Pancakes




Priya (Paris, France) of Priya's Tasty N Easy Recipes : Spicy Chickpeas And Potato Curry




Priya (Paris, France) of Priya's Tasty N Easy Recipes : Chickpeas With Coconut Sauce



Nivedita (India) of Nivedita's Kitchen : Cabbage Poriyal




Madhumathi (Chidambaram, Tamilnadu, India) of Madhu's Food Journal : Baked Coconut Mango Pancakes




Ksenia (Barcelona, Spain) of Tales Of A Spoon : Canellini Bean Sauce and Herbed Tomato Bean Sauce Over Carrot Rice & Spicy Indian Cabbage And Green Peas




Graziana (Italy) of ErbeIn Cucina (Cooking With Herbs) : Chickpeas With Amchoor



Jamie (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.) of Flavor Pantry : Green Tea Curry And Rice




Ivy (Athens, Greece) from Kopiaste… To Greek Hospitality : Kalamata Olives And Feta Cheese Muffins




Asha (North Carolina, U.S.) of Foodie's Hope : Moong In Coconut Milk Soup




A&N (Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.) Delectably, Yours : Mung-Tamarind Dal




And the final submissions to this round-up, Black And Yellow Chickpeas In A Sweet And Spicy Sauce,




and some Chocolate Chip Orange Cookies are from my (diverse) kitchen.



I believe I have included all the entries I received, in this round-up. If you have sent me an entry and do not find it here, please leave the link to your T&T post in the comment section of this post and I will include it at the earliest.


Next month's Tried And Tasted is being hosted by Vaishali at Holy Cow! And the blog being featured there is Susan's Fat-Free Vegan Kitchen.




21 comments:

Lisa said...

Oh wow. I'm delighted so many of my dishes were tried this month. Thanks so much for putting this roundup together.

Nandini Vishwanath said...

Uff! How do you manage to do so much, Aparna!

And take him away please

*thank god he baked enough brownies to last some time* :D

Jamie said...

Great Round-up Aparna! All the dishes look wonderful!

Nandini Vishwanath said...

And you can eat this no? Hardly any weight, Aparna!

Parita said...

Lovely round up aparna...thanks for introducing us to such a wonderful blog :)

jayasri said...

Oh!, what a wonderful round up, hats off aparna, u have done it so well, I missed this one too !!, i would have loved to participate, because i love trying everybody's dishes..., here i see lot of dishes with mushrooms must go thro' and learn lot of way to cook them !!, lot of new dishes too.....must give them a try...., 365 days in a year seems to be very short...

TBC said...

Nicely done, Aparna. You were a great hostess.:D

Pavani said...

Lovely round up Aparna.. Good job. Thanks for taking time.

Yasmeen said...

thanks for the effortful roundup ,Aparna:)

Cham said...

Great job and I missed this one :)

Arundathi said...

Aparna - I didnt realize that the round-up hadn't happened!! Been crazy at work. I posted something from Lisa's page - can I still send you the link?

jayasree said...

Neatly presented round up. Great effort.

Sunshinemom said...

What a tasty spread, Aparna! Seeing this only makes me hungry all over again:)

Rachel said...

A great spread from a wonderful blog. Thanks for leading me to her blog.

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Wow, amazing pictures there and a great round up!!!

Curry Leaf said...

Love the spread Aparna.Though I love her blog,some of the recipes are new to me.Happy I could be a part of the lovely rund up

Nivedita said...

Hi
Great Round up, lovely pictures!!!
great effort. keep it up!!

MAHIMA said...

Hi Aparna gr8 roundup.
M sending u my link again...could not seem to find it in the roundup.

http://olivesandbasil.blogspot.com/2009/04/mixed-marwadi-dal.html

Aparna said...

It was a joint effort really. I just put it all together. :)

Nandini, don't be in a hurry. You might end up repenting at leisure! :D
But thanks.

Sorry, Mahima but I didn't get your mail. Have added you the round-up.

Arundathi said...

Aparna, not sure if you saw my comment asking if I can send you the link and if you can still add mine?
Thanks

Madhumathi said...

Well done,Aparna.
Thats a wonderful round up :)