I'm really excited...

Please head over to Noor's Ya Salam Cooking for a post I'm really excited about!!! Thanks again, Noor :)

17 comments:

niya said...

Hi Meeso

Thanks

Now you're great in Indian cooking .

Cheers

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Hi Meeso, thanks for visiting and for your lovely comments. You to have great blog and yummy recipes dear. Keep in touch, will be visiting you frequently:)

chakhlere said...

Hey Messo dear this really great work!! You have really achieved great heights.

meeso said...

~ Thanks, ladies :)

Viki's Kitchen said...

U have bcome an expert dear...Making flaky parotta is not an easy job...way to go girl:)

Bergamot said...

Wow this looks really great... mouthwatering...i must say.

meeso said...

~ Thanks!!!

Rush said...

u are absolutely great!!

Divya Vikram said...

that is a healthy n yummy looking platter!

Soma said...

Those parathas look AWESOME!!

Sima said...

I just came across your blog and love the recipes. My parents are from India, but I grew up in England and moved to the US, and am married to an American. I dont really cook Indian food anymore, my hubby has more regular american taste in food. But I am home alone a lot so I should really cook Indian for myself. Definately going to try some of your recipes. I do write down recipes from my Mother in England when I call her. I feel its important for me to write them down, so they are not lost forever.

Have to say you are better at cooking than I am. The photos make my mouth water.

meeso said...

~ Awwww, thanks, Rush!

~ Thanks, Divya & Soma!

~ Hi, Sima... I got hooked on Indian food from a friend years ago... I ate the leftovers his mom would send with him to work and when she found out, she started sending extra for me... That's when I started trying to learn to cook it myself. At first, It was terrible! But after 9 years, I have to say, It's pretty decent :) You should try to cook some for yourself, and maybe your husband will love it, too :) Thanks for stopping by, and do visit again!

rekhas kitchen said...

beautiful color and looks so tempting great try Meeso looks so yummy.

Shabs.. said...

Oh My god, U r really doing a great job cooking Indian dishes!! I know how hard it wud be for a non Indian to get used to the spices initially cos there are so many!!!Forget about non indian, even i dint know many of it until i started cooking!!

Once again, thx for visiting my blog, u just shocked me by cooking amazing indian meals....:)

Shabs.. said...

Hey i liked the little meeso:)

meeso said...

~ Thanks, Rekha :)

~ Thanks, Shabs :) It did take me a very long time to get use to all the spices, and to find them... when I started, there were no stores that carried them here and I had to order them online... now there are a few stores as It's almost 10 years later! I hope you visit again, and I will be visiting you :)

Mriganayani said...

This is an awesome combination - wish i just get this whole plate for lunch today!