Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Buttermilk spiked with spices

 
Blog hopping is in its third week. Have I got to know my co bloggers better? the answer is a big yes thank you Rads for this fun opportunity. This week my partner happens to be Divya. I have had the privilege of meeting her once, she is really a sweet person do check her space for a nice array of recipes. I chose to make masala buttermilk from her space. And surely this is for keeps. Its healthy and tasty and can be made in a jiffy. So check out the ingredients used and fix yourself a drink.

Ingredients
1 cup-curd
1/2 cup water
Jeera-1/4 tsp
Pepper corns-2(increase according to taste)
Fenugreek powder- 1/4 tsp( roasted and powdered)
Chilli-1
Curry and coriander leaves
Salt to taste

Take a mortar and pestle and pound the spices and the leaves into a fine paste. Add the paste to a blender along with curd and water and whip well. Add salt to taste. Let the spices and curd mingle when it sits in the fridge. You can strain and serve or drink it directly. I have made this for a single serving. The Fenugreek  powder makes this drink so aromatic. This drink is surely a match made in heaven.


17 comments:

  1. beautiful click and a fav recipe.

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  2. Loved this buttermilk. Would love to taste. Adding fenugreek and jeera sounds interesting.

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  3. Love that spike in buttermilk. I am a big buttermilk person, so great one :)

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  4. There is nothing better than this for a hot summer day.I am glad I bumped into your wonderful space.

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  5. nice shalini....hope u liked it...:) lovely click

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  6. very refreshing and easy drink ....... happy to follow u ......

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  7. Make this a lot. So good and so perfect for Chennai!

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  8. Make this a lot. So good and so perfect for Chennai weather

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  9. Shalini.....this is perfct for chnnai:-0 loved your clicks!!!!!!!!!!1

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  10. I have had this long back :) I was looking for the spices and rations for this.. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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