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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Fruit Salad with Milk and Sooji/Farina Dressing

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 How is it going everyone? Sorry I had to abandon the second run abruptly. Blame it on 3 things --
  • The computer that had the photos got corrupted with some Malware. Only a few pictures were recovered(Booohoooo!!!)
  • The historic snowfall last week that knocked power in my area (Well, I have pictures to prove)
  • My chaotic life (You only have to take my word for it)
Fruit Salad that should have been a part of the "Soup and Salads" theme-

While I got the Power back, I feel so bad for so many of the folks who still hasn't - especially for folks who have small kids and for older people.A few pictures of the snowfall. It was raining snow! Big fat flakes that furiously fell all over the place-


Recap of what I cooked for the first-run of BM9(Traditional South-Indian Farmer's Fare):
Recap of what I made for the second-run of BM9(Salad and Soup):
Sending this and all of the above soups/salad recipes along with Red Lentil Soup to Srivall's Salad and Soup Mela @ Cooking for all Seasons.
Ingredients:
  • 1 Gala Apple
  • 1 Bosc Pear
  • 2 Medium Banana
  • 2 Cups Red Table Grapes
  • 1-1/2 Cups Reduced Fat Milk
  • 2-3 Tbsp Sooji
  • 2-3 Tbsp Sugar or more/less
Procedure:
  • Boil the milk in the saucepan.
  • While the milk is still hot, add the Sooji/Farina, sugar and reduce the flame to low.
  • Switch off the stove a couple of minutes later. The milk-sooji mixture will start thickening once the sooji is cooked.
  • Pour it into a cup and set it aside.
  • Halve the grapes. Chop the other fruits into small chunks.
  • Move the fruit chunks into a wide bowl. Pour the milk-sooji mixture over the fruit chunks.
  • Mix it up and let it chill for a few minutes.
  • Transfer the fruit salad into small serving bowls.

Makes 5-6 Servings.

For this week's  "Black and White Wednesday"@Susan's "The Well-Seasoned Cook"
Enjoy!
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16 comments:

  1. delicious looking fruit salad
    that is a lot of snow for october glad you guys got the power

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  2. Inviting fruit salad...love the idea,healthy treat.

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  3. Fruit salad looks to be very tempting. Also great pics of the snowfall.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. Super inviting and delicious luking fruit salad dear.Luv it.

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  5. wow sorry about the snow crazy this time of yr love the dressing for fruit

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  6. Salad looks yum with the wonderful dressing

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  7. Feel like finishing that bowl of irresistible salad..

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  8. Fruit salad looks delicious as does all the othervpost. Please Do send this post to C.E.D.D Apples event@ simply.food.
    http://www.simplysensationalfood.com/2011/11/announcing-event-desserts-with-apples.html

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  9. Great variation of the usual fruit salad...looks delicious!

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  10. That fruit salad is what i need now whoa that will make my day.

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  11. Glad you got the power back.must have been hard when it snows like that.Love the snow pics and your step by step photos.Following you and onto explore some of your yummy bites.Drop by my space when time permits and say a hi. :)

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  12. delicious dear..U have made it perfectly..Love to make this..

    Do visit my blog too
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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