1 Jun 2011

Friendship Chain - Guest Post "Poli"

Hi guys,
          I am very excited to be a part of "Friendship Chain" an event started by Anamika of Taste Junction . When she contacted me regarding this event I was more than happy to do it.
          What was more exciting is the concept of the event where the origin, the history, the ingredients in the dish and the cooking method can be explained in detail. Do check it out here .


        She wanted to showcase a traditional regional speciality as it would be a wonderful learning experience for both fellow bloggers and readers. I wholeheartedly thank Anamika for giving me this golden opportunity and it is truly a moment to cherish :)


        What dish can fill this criteria other than "Poli" which is a speciality of "Kongunad Cuisine" which is the cuisine from where I hail. Do check out the recipe and let me know your feedback:)

Do visit this link: Friendship Chain-Guest post "Poli" by Reva


          Konugunad Cuisine has much more to offer, more than "Arisi paruppu saadham" and "Kollu rasam" which I will be posting in the coming months. For more info on Kongunad cuisine do peek into the above page dedicated for this cuisine.

        Guys, do extend your support to make this friendship chain a grand success and hope to keep the relay going for years to come... Do contact Anamika if you would like to be a part of this at : anamika.arun@gmail.com.





          I will be hosting this event for the next two weeks and I will post a guest post from a foodie friend of mine after the end of 2 weeks... so do check out this space for more authentic dishes and the mystery blogger..:)

Enjoy...

Scribbled by Reva

37 comments:

Sangeetha Nambi said...

My gal Reva, Wat a click !!! Slurpy dish... :)

Rekha shoban said...

wow!!beautiful n colourful presentation!!nice click! perfect poli!

Priya Sreeram said...

reva, this looks totallly awesome, have always been a fan of your clicks & food styling; the poli recipe with step wise tutorial is toooooo good ! Rock on Gal

Lavanya Selvaraj said...

Excellent post. I love your presentation. Glad to follow you.

Drop by my space when you get a chance.
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Rinku Naveen said...

Lovely presentation Reva!

Raksha said...

Hey this is a good event. I loved the puran poli's and your clicks are worth it.

kaveri said...

Awesome clicks...Very well explained recipe pictorial...

Ramya said...

What a wonderfull click:-) I am a a big lover of Puran poli as well!!

S.Menaga said...

perfect poli!! Beautiful clicks....

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Interesting event.. Yummy poli!
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Kalyani said...

wonderful clicks ... u have a nice space and happy to follow u ......

Shanavi said...

Super Poli, Reva, I liked the cut mini colurful pots..So cute..Loved ur presentation.

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

wow loved all ur pots !! they look cute and beautiful !! Poli looks perfect and delicious dear !!

Raji said...

Beautiful Reva..you have made the humble poli look exotic.

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

What a great concept and execution. I will look forward to your guest post.

Vimitha Anand said...

Delicious and tempting polis Reva...

Sensible Vegetarian said...

Delicious poli and love the way you present it. Beautiful clicks.

Priya said...

Beautiful post and wonderful polis..Waiting eagerly for the next mystery blogger..

Sobha Shyam said...

Polis look very delicious..excellent clicks..great presentation..

Biny Anoop said...

Nic epolis reva....u have put in so much effort and time...i dont have either of these...regards to the mystery friend

divya said...

perfect poli!! Beautiful clicks....

Now Serving said...

Excellent polis! They look SUPERB and I am sure they tasted that way too!

Ganga Sreekanth said...

interesting and tempting....

Sutapa said...

Delicious poli and very creatively presented!

Nammi said...

love the photo clips very colourful

Prathibha said...

polis look yummy..nice clicks

Angie's Recipes said...

Those polis look fantastic!

Prathima Shivraj said...

It's a very special authentic taste. Beautiful presentation ever.

Ambreen said...

Wow, Polis look very delicious. What an eye catching presentation, beautiful clicks!

FoodLovers said...

reva, polis looks wonderful n yum

GEETHA ACHAL said...

Really awesome clicks...Love it...

Babli said...

I appreciate for your beautiful and colourful presentation. Polis looks fabulous and delicious.

Deepti said...

Polis look Perfect....N Wat a colorful Presentation...Loved the clicks

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Lena Rashmin Raj said...

Reva.. more than 10 times i had made poli, n never got one without breaking the edges / centres.. :( i think it needs practice.. :)
yours is the perfect one and makes me to try again.. snaps are amazing.. :)

Plateful said...

Incredible girl! Love the props you have used for these shots, the color and of course the delicious poli! Thanks for introducing us to this authentic dish.

Jayasri Ravi said...

Lovely poli Reva and as always beautiful clicks too..

work at home blog said...

I really like your post. It's a very nice dish.. Nice click.!

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