Sunday, 10 March 2013

Super Healthy Breakfast - Made in Fortune Rice Bran Oil


Blogadda has come up with a wonderful healthy, tasty recipe contest with fortune rice bran oil. We need to post our signature recipes in our blog & link blogadda.

Generally I don't cook for my blog...I blog what I cook so thought of posting my breakfast recipes as my signature recipes. But the only difference is I cooked all my breakfast recipes today with " Fortune Rice Bran Oil" and I have to tell this truth that this oil is really amazing. It is very light & absorbs no oil at all. Since the elders ( parents - in-law) at my home are diabetic  we have decided to buy Fortune Rice Bran Oil from now on.

For more information about "Fortune Rice Bran Oil" click here.

Below comes my breakfast recipes, do check & cook with fortune rice bran oil and stay healthy.














1. Drumstick leaves Urad dhal Vadaa/Murungai keerai Methu Vadai/Drumstick leaves Urad dhal Fritters







Ingredients:

Urad dhal - 2 cups
Drumstick leaves - 1/2 cup (cleaned & washed)
Pepper corns - 1 tbsp
Salt
Fortune Rice Bran Oil to frying


Making Method:







1. Soak urad dhal for 2 hrs. Then wash & wet grind it nicely in the mixer until the urad dhal batter becomes fluffy. Add only 1 or 2 tbsp of water while grinding the batter. 

***  Adding more water will increase the consistency and vada might absorb more oil while frying.


2. Meanwhile heat atleast 1/2 Ltr of  fortune rice bran oil in the heavy bottom frying pan.

3. When the urad dhal batter is fluffy, transfer the batter from the mixer to a big bowl  & add pepper corns, drumstick leaves & salt.

****if required add green chilies for more spicy. I didn't add chillis for my daughter.

4. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly. 

5. Take little ball size batter, place it on plastic cover/palm, pat it & make a round shape. Give a hole in the centre.

6. Slowly slide it in the hot oil & fry until the vada turns golden color.

7. Healthy Drumstick leaves Urad dhal vada is ready.


2. Gooseberry Chutney






Ingredients:

Gooseberry -1
Green chillis - 2
Roasted gram(pottu  kadalai/ udacha kadalai) - 1/4 cup
Urad dhal 
Salt
Fortune Rice Bran Oil
Mustard seeds
Curry leaves

Making Method:




1. First dry grind gooseberry +green chillis +udacha kadalai +salt in the mixer for a minute. Then add water little by little and wet grind this gooseberry mixture nicely.

2. Then transfer this mixture to a bowl.

3. Heat 1 tbsp of  fortune rice bran oil in the frying pan. Add mustard seeds. 

4. Once mustard splatters add broken urad dhal. When urad dhal turns golden color add curry leaves & remove it from the flame.

5. Pour the seasoning mixture to the grinded gooseberry mixture. 

6. Gooseberry chutney is ready. This chutney is the best & easy side dish for idilis, dosa, ven pongal & upmas.


3. Spicy Drumstick Curry/ Drumstick Kara Kuzhambu





Ingredients:

Drumstick - 2 long 
Onion - 3 big ( chopped)
Tomato - 3 big ( chopped)
Tamarind - small medium ball size
Coconut - 1/4 of the shell
Garlic - 10 cloves
Fortune Rice Bran Oil
Mustard
Curry leaves
Garam masala powder - 2 tbsp
Salt
Coriander leaves

Cooking Method:





1. Soak tamarind in 4 cups of water, extract the juice & keep it aside. Also grind coconut to fine paste in the mixer & keep it aside.

2. Heat 4 tbsp of fortune rice bran oil in a heavy bottom frying pan. Add mustard seeds. When mustard splatters add curry leaves, garlic & onion.

3. When onion turns transparent add tomatoes. Cook until tomatoes becomes mushy. 

4. Then add 2 full tbsp of garam masala, salt mix well & cook for one minute.

5. Next add tamarind water, then add drumsticks and mix thoroughly. Let the drumstick cook nicely.

6. Once the drumsticks are cooked, add the coconut mixture & let it cook until the raw coconut smell leaves, that would be approximately 10 mins. Spicy drumstick curry is ready now.

7. Garnish the spicy drumstick curry with coriander leaves & serve hot with steamed rice. Spicy drumstick curry goes well with hot idilis also.


4. Egg Curry






Ingredients:

Boiled Egg - 4 ( slice it vertically)
Tomato - 4 Big ( chopped)
Onion - 2 Big ( chopped)
Fennel seeds - 1/2 tbsp
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tbsp
Garam masala powder - 2 tbsp
Asafoetida - 1 pinch
Mustard
Curry leaves
Fortune Rice Bran Oil

Cooking Method:






1. Heat 4 tbsp of fortune rice bran oil in a heavy bottom frying pan. Add mustard, fennel & curry leaves.

2. Once fennel seeds splatters, add onion, salt, asafoetida & fry till the onion turns transparent.

3. Then add tomato. When tomatoes are half cooked, add ginger garlic paste and fry until the tomatoes becomes mushy.

4. When tomatoes are well cooked & mushy, add garam masala to the mixture. Also add 2 cups of water and allow it to boil.

5. Now slowly add the sliced eggs to the boiling curry and reduce the flame to sim. Let the eggs get mixed well in the curry.

6. Wait until the raw masala smell leaves & egg curry thickens.

7. Garnish with coriander leaves & serve hot. Can be served with white rice, ghee rice & dosa.


5. Idilis 





Ingredients:

Idli batter
Fortune rice bran oil

Cooking Method:





1. The consistency of the idli batter should be little thick compare to the dosa batter if it is too thick add little water, mix it and keep it ready.

2. Pour 2 cups of water in the idli pan. Grease the idli plates with fortune rice bran oil.

3. Take the idli batter in the ladle & fill the idli plates. Then  carefully keep it inside the idli pan.

4. Now cook the idilis for 15 mins.

5. After 15 mins, remove carefully the hot plates. Sprinkle little water over the hot idilis & remove it with the spoon.

6. Serve hot with chutney & sambar.


6. Plain Dosa




Ingredients:

Dosa batter (add little water to the idli batter to make dosa batter)
Fortune rice bran oil


Cooking Method:





1. Heat the dosa tawa. Apply 3 drops of fortune rice bran oil & grease the tawa completely.

2. Take a ladle full of dosa batter and pour in the centre of the hot dosa tawa.

3. Then immediately spread the batter into thin round shape. Let it cook for a minute. Reduce the flame to medium.

4. Then flip the dosa & let it cook on the other side for a minute.

5. Now hot crispy dosa is ready. Serve hot with chutney/sambar/egg curry/chicken gravy....


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24 comments:

  1. i love the platter ,wish i had them today....imm lovely to know abt the rice bran oil

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  2. Omg, wat a spread, looks health and inviting foods.

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  3. Thanks helen for sharing very useful information on fortune rice bran oil...all breakfast items look delicious and inviting.

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  4. Happy to Follow you and pass my Liebster award to you :)
    http://dishingwithdivya.blogspot.com/2013/03/my-first-liebster-award.html

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  5. Delicious platter, loved all the recipes here...

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  6. delicious..
    like to grab all Vada's :)

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  7. Thanks dear friends for your visit & wonderful comments. :-)

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  8. What a lovely platter Helen! We went to buy some vadas yesterday and the idli shop was out of them :( Wish I could grab one off the screen :)

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  9. lovely platter... please pass on the vadas, i can't resist them!!! :)

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  10. yummy platter.this remains me Murugan idli kadai:)super

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  11. Drooling on the platter !!!
    Helen, good work dear !!
    ShrutiRasoi
    Today's Recipe
    Potato Cheese Cutlets

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  12. Healthy platter. Love Gooseberry chutney and Awesome drumstick kara kulambu.

    www.indianrecipecorner.com

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  13. Wonderful post with luscious platter.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/03/vegetarian-keema-soya-granules-curry.html

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  14. OMG !!!!!!!!!!!... Just amazing dear.. looks super perfect and awesome..

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  15. wow! what a nice platter! Egg curry with idly dosa is unbeatable combo:) Love that pickle and murungaka kaai masal also very much. Superb!

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  16. Thanks friends for all your motivating comments....:-)

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  17. detailed healthy recipe post...

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  18. Wow Helen!!! You made so many yummyyyyyyyyyy things for breakfast!!!
    How i wish i was invited ;)

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  19. Hi Helen, from the first picture to the last pictures... everything look so yummylicious and healthy. You sure can cook very well, 2 thumbs up for you. I especially love the dosa, my top favorite.
    Wish I'm your neighbor then we can exchange our cooking or bakes. LOL

    With lots of love and hugs to you. Take care.

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    1. ha ha.....thank u so much Amelia. It would be wonderful to be your neighbour. I wish we'll meet someday & share our cookings & bakings.....:-)


      With love & hugs to u too.....

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  20. The rice bran oil has amazing health benefits for which they are known to be the purest oil. They reduce the level of cholestrol in human body and you can resist a number of diseases by using rice bran oil. rice bran oil plant suppliers, solvent extraction plant suppliers

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