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October 10, 2008

Peanut Masala Bath

You will not believe how much enthusiasm I had in making this dish. When I read Easycraft's (click here for the recipe)recipe for peanut masala bath, I decided to make it for dinner. I ran to the grocery store just to buy peanuts before dinner time and made it. I have never liked Vangibath made with brinjal or capsicum. But I liked peanut masala bath a lot. It is a nice substitute for veges. Oops I got the name interchanged in the above picture:)

Note: Grind the peanuts finely else your mouth will ache.

Some of my foodie friends know that I tried making Thattai and ended up with a few minor burns on my hand. I am so embarrassed to tell you that I couldn't make out the difference between rice flour and corn flour that day.. Yes! I was actually making thattais using corn flour. When I was kneading the dough, it was so sticky and I thought I had bought a bad quality rice flour. It did not strike me that I was using the wrong flour :) I realised it the next day when I was searching for corn flour in my pantry to make sweet corn soup. Isn't it funny?

16 comments:

  1. Kanna,
    By admitting that the burn caused while making Thattai was due to using corn flour instead of rice flour,you stand tall by telling the truth. I REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR QUALITY. KEEP IT UP MY CHILD.
    By the way, Peanut Masala bath looks yummy and should taste good.
    Appa

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  2. Peanut masala bath looks good. I'm going to try it too. I have had similar experiences when i was new to cooking. Using the wrong ingredients :-) Even now i burn my fingers once in a while.

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  3. You have company dear..I too have replaced ingredients without knowing which was what..??!!hehe.Peanut masala bath looks delicious!!

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  4. Really excellant... nice entry... sounds deliicous...new for me... will try,,, thxs for sharing..

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  5. thank u very much mahimaa for visiting my blog...peanut masala bath looks colurful and delicious

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  6. masala bath i have eaten at my friend's place and her method was a bit tedious too. ur seems easier, wil try it and let u know

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  7. I have never made Peanut masala bath ever, looks like something I might enjoy...
    You shared the corn flour experience with me yesterday... now I am sure everyone will learn to be careful from your experience.
    Share and learn, you are doing it wonderfully well.

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  8. Looks delicious! Love your photos!

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  9. Gal watch out when u re in kitchen, burn,cut are pretty common but be cautious! It happened to me betw maida and rice four!
    Nice peanut bath should be different!

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  10. thanks everyone..

    cham-yeah i will be careful hereafter.

    Appa-thanks for consistently posting comments in my blog. It encourages me to try more and more.

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  11. Same pinch.I was once in a hurry and replaced corn flour with rava. :)

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  12. Feels great to know that you tried out the recipe and liked the same...thanks for taking the efforts..

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  13. The peanut masala baath looks delicious.
    We all have some mishaps like these :)

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  14. hey I tried peanut masala bath yest for dinner.it was nice.liked it.its really easy and yummy if u have to whip up some thing fast!!

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  15. wow ur peanut masala bath looks mouthwatering and yummy i am going to makeit. You can visit my blog view my recipes and give ur comments

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