Monday, October 22, 2007

Tamil Nadu Sundal....for JFI Festive Dishes

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As I've metioned in my RCI Tamil Festivals post, I'm a christian and so not accquainted with all these festivals. But since all you bloggers are making Sundal as one of the dish. I decided that I will send my Tamil nadu Sundal as an entry for this blog Event..JFS:Dassera hosted by Past Present and Me and the Yum Blog. This event JFI was started by Indira

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26 comments:

Asha said...

Great photos Rina. Yummy salad:)

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Rina...The sundal looks very delicious........YUM !:-)

Mansi Desai said...

This looks healthy and beautiful Rina...and I love the name too - Sundal, kinda like "Sundar":)

Rina said...

Sirisha and Asha thanx

Mansi, sundal is the name given to the preparation of this type of channa in Tamil. It was funny for me too when I was new to Tamil nadu. Kind of used to it now.

DEEPA said...

i also did make sundal this time ...it taste great ....thks for sharing

DEEPA said...

i also did make sundal this time ...it taste great ....thks for sharing

Rajitha said...

ur sundal looks bright and beautiful :)

remya said...

lovely pics....nice sundal...

Tee said...

Looks delish! Good entry :)

Rina said...

Deepa, Rajitha, Remya and Tee thanks.

Sreelu said...

Esther, looking delicious with a sprinkle of lemon must be tasting great

bindiya said...

Wow, the pictures are really, really good rina!

Apple said...

Looks colorful Rina..I love Sundal

Laavanya said...

What a vibrant looking plate of Sundal that is.. I love sundals of all kinds.

Rina said...

Sri, yes it does makes a difference with that hint of Lime.

Bindiya, Apple thanks

Laavanya, yes sundals are one tasty and healthy snacks.

SHANTI BHANU said...

i really love the presentation...looks yummy

Padma said...

Yeah I too agree, It makes lot of difference if we add lime/lemon juice to sundal....we call chana chat while adding red onions n cilantro :)

Rina said...

Hey Bhanu, thats my GM's name - The Angel lady. Thanks

Padma, if we add red onions and cilantro yes it becomes the North Indian Channa Chat. Thats why Chick peas are so versatile.

Latha Narasimhan said...

Finally I could get to your blog rina!:)) Your name in my blog does not link to your blog! Thanks for visiting my blog dear!:))
You seem to have posted quite a few recipes for RCI. I'll go through now!:))

Prema Sundar said...

nice entry for tamil festivals as we make sundal for most festivals.
Lovely presentation for the dish.

priar's, said...

Looks gr8 and photos looks colourful and sundal is yummy...

Lissie said...

rina, the pictures look great! i love kabuli chana in any form.. :))

Happy cook said...

Beautiful pictures. I wanted to pick channa and eat one by one :-)

Rina said...

Latha ji thanks for visiting. This entry is for JFS

Priar, Prem, Lissie Thanks

Happy go ahead

A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby!!! said...

deadly colour ... high contrast...luks great, Rina

Vee said...

Rina,

Thanks for the lovely entry! Seasons Greetings to you yours!