Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Rounding up the Peanuts - Part I

For a long time after I anounced Let's Go Nuts: Peanuts, there were no entries. By the time it was the 20th, I thought I was going to get, well for want of a better analogy, peanuts. Or no peanuts. Believe me, I was considering digging a hole somewhere and burying myself in it!

But then, slowly, the entries started trickling in. And by the end of the month, I had 17 bloggers send me 30 entries!!

I really didn't expect it and thank you all for your whole hearted participation. I will be doing the round-up in 2 parts. Without further ado, here's Part I of the round up.

Snacks/Starters

Peanuts lend themselves beautifully to so many delicious and easy to make munchies all packed with flavour and health. Just check these out:

Sorry Poornima, that I missed your entry to the event. Guys, do take a look at her Sabudana Khichdi, easy to make and undoubtedly tasty!







Hema of Adlak's Kitchen sends in this Peanut Dry Masala.






From Easy Crafts of Simple Indian Food, we have Sabudana Upma.




Priya of Priya's Easy n Tasty Recipes , a quick and easy breakfast dish, Coconut poha , made more delicious with the addition of peanuts.






A popular Andhra street food, Bajji mixture comes in courtesy Andhra Flavors.






Renu of Meri Rasoi whips up this tasty peanut starter!





Sprouts bag, an innovative snack, from Shama of Easy2cook recipes .


From Usha of Veg Inspirations , we have the quick and easy Microwave masala peanuts.





Cham of Spice club also dishes out delicious masala peanuts!





Maya of Konkan world makes this delicious Sabudana Thalipeeth.






Chutneys and podis




Fancy a twist to the normal chutneys? Take a look at the following and you'll never be at a loss for ideas:




From Easy Crafts of Simple Indian Food, Verusenaga (groundnuts) podi , a spicy dry chutney.





Shama from Easy2cook recipes makes this peanut groundnut chutney.





VnV of Veggie Monologues comes up with a tangy and very unique Tomatillo Cilantro Peanut Chutney.

A lovely mixed nut Nutty chutney from Yasmeen of Health Nut.






Supriya of Celebrating Little Things In Life sends in this fiery peanut chutney.



Preety of Preety's Kitchen a very different peanut (moongfali) chutney with onions, ginger and garlic.







Guilt free treats

Guilt free and treats? Is this an oxymoron? Well, feast on these lovely treats....they are tasty and healthy too!

Usha of Veg Inspirations makes this lip smacking and healthy Sugarless Fruit and Nut Fudge.





Yasmeen of Health Nut sends in these unique Sweet Potato Peanut Butter Cupcakes with Peanut Butter cream cheese frosting and Peanut Bites







Coming up in the second round are stir fry vegetables, gravies, rice and noodles. Do come in and check that out as well!!


15 comments:

  1. All of them look good, don't know where to start!

    I just sent you one with Walnuts, can't wait for round up! :)

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  2. Tasty round-up and great job!

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  3. did you recive my entry of peanut chutney?

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  4. Wonderful roundup, everything here looks inviting...thanks for hosting the event :-)

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  5. Preety, updated the round up.

    Asha, thanks for the entry, my first one for walnuts. Yeah even I am looking forward to the round up.

    Cham, Usha, Shama thanks :)

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  6. Excellent roundup, everything looks delicious...will surely send something with walnuts soon..waiting for the next part!!

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  8. hi very nice round up dear.. eagerly waiting to see the next part.

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  9. Thats a nice roundup.. Waiting for the next part...

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  10. Thanks for the nice roundup!

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  11. Thats one lovely round..thanks for hosting!

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