I was not very sure of what I was getting into when I started this blog. I already had a lot on my plate with a newborn at home and a busy life but I just wanted to do this. I began with the idea of documenting all the recipes that my mom and my mother-in-law gave me so that may be one day if my daughter asks for one then she can find it. But I really was not expecting that this would lead to something much much more than that. The name Indian Simmer, which I and A came up with one evening sipping coffee, has become my identity today. Today a lot of people know me more as Indian Simmer than Prerna Singh and I think that’s my biggest achievement. This blog, along with me, has come a long way in the past ten months and it all happened because of YOU! You who always appreciate and motivate me to do something better. So I just want to thank you for being here, for all your wonderful messages and for clicking on that link every time you saw an update from Indian Simmer.
Reading some of my favorite blogs, I got an idea that I loved and thought was cool, so I wanted to do something similar here at Indian Simmer too. Since this post is mostly about you and the love you have shown to this blog, I am listing the recipes that you liked the most during the year. Although I can barely call this list as the “Most Liked Recipes of 2010” because this blog itself came into existence after the year 2010 began, let me just call it the “Top 10 Recipes You Liked on Indian Simmer EVER!”
So here’s the countdown:
10: Tomato Tadka dal and Green Tomato Chutney
A simple lentil preparation made in Indian homes almost every day, kicked up a notch with tangy tomato flavor and some spicy tomato chutney.
9: How to make a fruit leather at home?
An easy way to trick kids into having their fruit and vegetables.
8: Pasta in creamy tomato sauce
One of my go-to recipes. A creamy tomato sauce with pumpkin seeds adding an extra oomph to the boring pasta and tomato sauce.
7: Kati Roll
If you like Indian food but don’t have time to make anything elaborate, then just wrap it all up in a roll and eat it!
6: Chocolate Cake
Can you call a chocolate cake staple? Because this one right here is at my house! A moist layered chocolate cake made with coffee.
5: Lemon Mousse
A light tangy and creamy mousse which will rock your world as soon as you take a bite!
4: Aloo Gobhi
Oh yeah, you know Aloo Gobhi if you know Indian food! This is another simple vegetarian preparation of potatoes and cauliflower cooked in ground spices.
3: A simple hindu pooja meal
A few recipes prepared with little or no spices mostly for hindu religious meals.
2: Palak Paneer
You like it, don’t you? Healthy spinach and cottage cheese cooked together in a creamy sauce making a perfect curry.
1: Molten Chocolate Liquor Cake
It has chocolate, it has butter and it has liquor in it. What else do you need to make a top visited recipe?
Happy New Year everyone!