08 juin 2006

kesari

Recette de ma Mamie. Kesari - Gâteau de semoule à l'Indienne     Ingrédients :- 2  verres de semoule fine- 1  verre de sucre semoule + 1 paquet de sucre vanillé- 3  verres de lait - 50 g de beurre - Un peu de raisins sec. Préparation Faire fondre le beurre dans une casserole à  feu doux.Ajouter les raisins secs et les faire revenir. Verser la semoule en remuant. Quand la semoule sera dorée, y ajouter du lait et du sucre en delayant.Lorsque la semoule s'épaissit et se detache du fond de la casserole... [Lire la suite]
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08 juin 2006

Chocolate Fish cake

Gâteau au chocolat Récipients :Deux  bols, un moule ovale ou (Pyrex- 30*21cm)Ingrédients :125 g de farine125 g de sucre125 g de beurre200 g de chocolat noir à croquer3 œufs1/2 sachet de levure 2 cuil.  à soupe d'eauGlaçage 120 g de chocolat, 3 cuil.  à soupe d'eau30 g de beurre2 cuil.  à soupe de sucre glace Pour la décorationBonbons et vermicelles multicoloresPréparation Casser le chocolat en morceau dans un bol avec l'eau. Faites fondre dans le micro-ondes ( 2mn ).  Ajouter du beurre et mélanger.Dans... [Lire la suite]
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07 juin 2006

Potato curry

Potato Curry Ingredients3 medim size potatoes(cut it into small cubes)2 onions1tbsp oil1 tsp mustard seeds 1/2 tsp tumeric powder1/2 tsp red chilli powder1 tsp salt1/2 tsp cumin seeds1 bowl of water.Curry leaves & ground pepper Method Mix tumeric powder, chilli powder & salt in a cup of water.Heat oil in a pan & add mustard seeds.When in pops, add chopped onion & fry till it becomes translucent. Add potato cubes &  water mixture.Cook the potatoes (about 10 min)Add crushed cumin seeds. Garnish with pepper... [Lire la suite]
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05 juin 2006

Naan - North Indian Bread

Soft Naan Bread   Ingredients500g flour1 yogurt ( 125g)1 egg1 tsp salt20g fresh yeast or (2 tsp dried yeast )1 glass luke warm water.     1 tsp sugar MethodDilute yeast in luke warm water with 1 tsp sugar . Set aside for 15 minuites.Mix all the ingredients with the wooden spoon.   Cover the bowl with a cloth & leave for 1or 2 hours,  until it's doubled.Spray some more flour & knead it again & make 7 balls. Preheat non stick pan . Spread oil on it .Roll out in oval shape & cook it .When... [Lire la suite]
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04 juin 2006

Welcome to my cuisine !

        Welcome to my Cuisine France is famous for it's gastronomy. A typical French meal is served in 3 courses-Entrée-Plat-Dessert. After dessert, cheese is served. The meal is completed with a black cofee (café). Normally  red wine is served  with meat & white winewith fish . In most dishes they use wine as an ingredient. In " Boef Bourginon" meat is marinated in red wine. The staple food of French is "Baguette" - long skinny French bread. Several delicious breakfast items of the French... [Lire la suite]
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02 juin 2006

Montpellier-le-Vieux

Montpellier-le-Vieux Whole area is surrounded by fantastic rocks which look like ruins. Water and wind have sculptured the grey stone of the Black Limestone plateau to unusual universe of cliffs in the strange forms. Gate like rock structutre is called " Porte de Mycenes". In the pre-historical period the rocks of Montpellier-le-Vieux were used by animals and probably also by men as natural shelter. Some bones of Ursus Speleus were discovered in a cave of the Cirque de La Millière, which proves that the site was already... [Lire la suite]
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30 mai 2006

PARIS

PARISVidéo envoyée par elisababou PARIS - Capital of France
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30 mai 2006

Toulouse

Region : Midi-Pyrénées Departments : Aveyron, Cahors,Gers,Tarn, Tarn et Garonne,Haute Garonne, Haute Pyrénées & Ariege.    Toulouse             Toulouse is called " la Ville Rose " (the pink city) because most of the buildings, houses and even the banks of Garonne are built with red bricks. In the  Middle Ages the local quarries became exhausted and  the people were forced to use red bricks.  City was founded by the Romans.In 16th century it was... [Lire la suite]
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28 mai 2006

PA R I S

  Bienvenue*Welcome*Namaskar                   PA R I S, the charming capital of France is over 2000 years old . Most of the world's finest  monuments are here. French are really proud of their rich heritage. I really appreciate them for preserving their historic treasures. In this page I wish to explain some of the monuments I have visited & it's short history . History   Around 250-200 BC,  Loukteih ( Celtic for marsh)  was a small fishing... [Lire la suite]
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