Pea Chutney with Protein Dosa

Hmmmm..i have been my write up front but not in the eating part ;) how can i sustain without would be like Rachel Ray without abbreviations...yeah! could not resist making that dig...i am still a meanie...that does not change with time!
I have to also say i am totally ashamed of not acknowledging my fellow bloggers for the awards they have bestowed on me. I truly appreciate it....i just have the memory of an amoeba (no discussion on this S the highly reputed one :D ).

Priya of Indian Khana has passed on the 'Blogging with a purpose' award...Thank you Priya...much appreciated....

JZ of Tasty Treats has passed me the Yum Yum award..Thanks for giving it to me..makes me feel good :)

Also Laavanya has tagged me for a book meme. Here are the rules

1. Pick up the nearest book
2. Open to page 123
3. Find the 5th sentence
4. Post the next three sentences
5.Tag 5 people and acknowledge the person who tagged you.

And the honest gal i am ...i did pick up the book i was reading...and here it goes....may be boring..don't hate me for it....would be hard..i know :D

"Mentors are not necessarily people who make you feel good about yourself or tell you that you can do anything you want to do. Sometimes the best mentors provide tough love by being critical as a means of teaching. Kroger's Dave Dillion told the story of two contrasting mentors he had early in his career."

This excerpt is from "True North" by Bill George with Peter Sims. Jeeves had borrowed it from the library and liked i am giving it a is really good.

As for tagging...i think the whole blogging community has done it ;)

Here is a recipe i made somewhere in has been patiently waiting in the drafts for the tons of other things i am yet to do :D

PEA CHUTNEY ....maybe i should call it pea mash ;)


1. Peas - 1 frozen pack - the small one
2. Cherry Tomatoes - 425 gms (the small box you get)- halved
3. Red onion - 1 medium
4. Garlic - 4 pods
5. Green chillies - 2
6. Cumin - 1 tsp.
7. Oil - 1 tbls
8. Salt to taste
9. Red chilly - 1 tsp.


1. Boil the peas with a little salt and keep aside to cool. Drain the water....and if you are obsessed on healthy can reserve the water for soup or something...if you are normal ;)(kidding!!) this in the sink.

2. Heat oil in a wok..add the chillies...tomatoes and fry in medium heat for 15 minutes..till everything is cooked and mushy.

3. Add the salt (remem you added some to the peas when you were boiling it) and cook for 5 minutes. The go ahead and mash it is up to you..on how you want the texture...i like to have to some substance and body to it and not a smooth paste...also my arms were hurting ;) decided to put a stop to this :D

It was really yummy...would be great as a spread on bread.


This is so freakin easy....


1. Lentils - 1/2 cup each - i used - Moong...Toor...Red...Channa
2. Urad Dal - 1 cup (you need a lil more urad)
3. Red Chilly - 4
4. Cumin Seeds - 1 tbls
5. Salt to taste


1. Soak the dals with the red chilly and cumin seeds for 4-6 can soak more if you wish...but 4-6 hours are more than enough.

2. Grind to a smooth paste and add the required salt to it. I usually add the salt when i am grinding...makes like so much easier ;)

3. The batter is all you gotta do is make dosas.

I do hope i am more regular in visiting all the amazing sites....and maybe blogging too....


Nags said...

looks like something i can use right now - some protein dosas!

WIMO said...

Pea novel

Uma said...

congrats on all the awards. Pea chutney and the dosas are mouth-watering.

Anonymous said...

Ms S the reputed one didn't know you had amoebic memory - she thanks you for letting her know!

Happy cook said...

You may call it what ever you like, but they look delicious

Divya said...

Congratulations on your award! Pea chutney and dosai... oh how I wish I could have them for breakfast now!

Sig said...

don't you know that amoeba is one of the most intelligent creatures around? 99% of its body mass is brain... ok, I totally made that up :)
That book sounds like a total delight (where is the rolling eyes icon when you need one? :) :D

ANJALI J. said...

healthy dishes.. pea chutney seems very interesting to me..

Hima said...

Protein dosas are tempting rajitha. Pea chutney sounds interesting.. said...

Hi Rajitha!
Really good to see your recipe post after so long but thats like grand come back ;)i must say.
Peas chutney & protein Dosa is sounding new & different...will love to try & eat.
Yummy Post!


Vij said...

hi yah
Lovely dosa.... makes me feel hungry!!
Quite nutritious too

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow somethng new and looks colorful and bright. Must try!

Sangeeth said...

congrats on ur awards!!!

easycrafts said...

thats a new and interstin to try it soon

Laavanya said...

What an absolutely healthy, filling combination... I would never have thought of pea chutney - looks so yummy.

Thanks for doing the meme Rajitha.


lovely .. love the pea chutney .. looks really cute

Cynthia said...

Congratulations on all your awards!

Rajitha said... is so easy..and tastes really good...



S..u are kidding me right..with all those spellos and other crap..u gotta know it by now!

happy cook..glad to see u back..hope u had a fun vacation to india is super easy to make...easier than soaking for 12 plus hours

sig..aww..u sure do know how to make a girl feel good...okay maybe next time i will write a few lines from the X rated novel i am reading...that should get me a thumbs-up from you :D


hima..u are a health-nut i know..u will like this was yummy! is plan with my healthy eating trend..gos knows how long i will keep up with it tho!

sangeeth ..thnks! try..adn lemme know

laav..u know u do not have to thank me for the was filling..

VP..thnks :)

Cyn..thnks!! gotta pop in ur site soon...

Richa said...

pea mash sounds like a good idea if running low on vegs!

SriLekha said...

ware wah! what a delicious and healthy recipe!
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