Jave (as we call it in U.P) is a kind of vermicelli with a difference that, these are Home+Hand made with whole wheat flour mixed with all-purpose flour. My Grandmother, mother and sometimes my aunts also sit and chat in the afternoon while their hands are busy in twisting and making these delicious Jave. It seems really easy when u see them doing it without paying much attention how their fingers are moving, but when I tried then i know its really tricky to make them long and thin like angel hair pasta.
This recipe is really common at my home. When ur in hurry this recipe is really handy.
- 1 cup Roasted Jave (vermicelli)
- 1/2 cup peas (add any vegetable of ur choice, but i like it just with peas.)
- 1 Green Chili, chopped
- 1/2 tsp Cumin Seeds
- 1/2 tsp Turmeric Pd
- 1/2 tsp Coriander Pd
- 1 tbsp oil
- Heat oil in a pan and add cumin seeds. Let them crackle.
- Add turmeric and coriander pd. Stir for few seconds
- Add green chilli and peas.
- Add Jave, salt and 2 1/2 cups of water.
- Cover it and cook till peas and jave are cooked to Al dante (I want to use the term with our Indian Pasta).
- There should be no water in it.
- Serve it with a dash of desi ghee and chat masala.
(I use to add ketchup and Little bit of sugar, and still like it that way)
One more recipe from U.P.
I have two good news to share with my friends.
Thank U PURVA —purvasdaawat for passing me this lovely and my first award “Butterfly Award”. Thank u very much Purva.
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Vijaya of http://dailymeals.blogspot.com/
Rashmi of http://delhibelle.blogspot.com/
Sia of http://www.monsoonspice.com/
Priti of http://indiankhanna.blogspot.com/
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Swati of http://chatkhor.blogspot.com/
Sagari of http://indianhomefood.blogspot.com/
Ramya of http://nalapagam.blogspot.com/
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL.
Now comes the second news……Guess what, I’m going to India yayyyyy……I’m so happy but the sad part is I’m going to miss all delicious recipes, events and above all my friends.
Happy Diwali and very happy new year to all.