Thursday, January 18, 2007
Roasting using the oven,
Side dishes : Vegetarian
Yes, I trust you, Kay. I do prepare it using this method and tindora happens to be one of my fav veggies..:)
Wow! I never thought tindora will do good in an oven. They looks so delicious. Kay, I have sent you a mail.
hi..nice one..veggies in an oven..must try ones..thanks for sharing..
Wow the sabzi looks crisp and soft perfect with chapati.
ohhhh my tindoraaa...i love tindora...we dont get them here:( i miss them....
Hi Kay, How's the little one doing ? She is almost two right ?The tindor looks nice & crispy
posted a comment yesterday...gone today...any clue ?
Looking good. You are the queen of low fat indian cooking:)How is the baby?
hey kayhow have u been?very nice recipe..happy val's day
sandeepa, your comment is still here. :) gini, the baby is doing good... becoming naughtier by the day. meenal, me doing good... i'll blog-hop to yours to see what you are upto..
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Hai Kay,Can i use the oven method for fresh tindora? if yes, at what temp should i set in the oven.Pl reply as soon as possible
vidhya, same temperature... you might need lesser cooking time, since the tindora need not be thawed.. put them in the oven, in bake mode... wait for 10 mins - check if its cooked..once cooked, turn to broil mode and let it get broiled.
qycIZE write more, thanks.
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