Monday, April 23, 2012

Shaam Savera - My first guest post !

This is one of my special posts for 2 reasons.. One because its a guest post..I mean its hardly been 2-3 months of blogging and to think i could blog for someone else was quite overwhelming :).. Secondly i have posted one of my favorite recipe :)..
I quite liked the Master Chef India Season 2 because they bought in a lot of Chefs for judging rather than celebrities.. We have grown up seeing shows of Sanjeev Kapoor ( though as a kid, i would change channels) , Tarla Dalal... and Neeta Gupta books were gifted during weddings :).. They were a savior and the perfect recipe would have everyone praising your skills & i would be silently thanking her :D.. During one such episode of MC2 - Sanjeev Kapoor challenge, the contestants had to prepare his signature dish within 60 minutes, along with him..& i was hooked...
When i made this at home, i just knew why its his signature dish :)..Shaam Savera is basically a spinach dumpling with Paneer/Cotage cheese stuffing with a tangy tomato gravy as the base.. So here i am sharing the same favorite with Kavi at Edible Entertainment... Go ahead & read it and let me know what you guys think about it.. Would so love to hear from you all !


43 comments:

  1. Didn't realize you've been blogging since this Jan, feels like I've known you longer!

    On my way to check out your guest post.

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    1. :) thanks nisha.. just a newbie here..let me know what you think :)

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    Do stop by to collect them.

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    1. thanks divya.. they are mine now :)

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  3. looks delicious..nice guest post
    maha

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  4. I can't believe you've been blogging for a few months only! Well done, Rasi! And congratulations on your first guest post! :)

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  5. congrats!!!! on your guest post. Well done in few months.

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  6. Cool, couple of months n feels like a special bond of relationship. checked out the recipe, awesome. well presented n nice clicks too...

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  7. Congrats on your guest post Rasya...nice choice of recipe...will checkout for the detailed one :) missed so many lovely posts here..U rock Gal :) keep it up!!

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  8. Congrats on ur guest post !! Great recipe and yummy one !!

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  9. Great guest post Rasi - Keep rocking dish looks fab! whereabout are you? Play the Gayathri Mantra - Easiest way to wake Surya from his lazy stupor :)

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  10. Wow so inviting... Just love it...

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  11. Good Job on the guest blog. The shaam savera looks like a painting. Awesome!

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  12. first time on your page and the clicks are gorgeous. you have so many unique recipes...will now go through them. congrats on your first guest post.

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  13. Love this, Looks yummy
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  14. Congrats on your guest post, very nice recipe. Happy blogging.

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  15. Way to go Rasi :) Perfect recipe for a guest post. Very impressive. It does look complicated but when you read through (your step by step instructions and clicks are spot on)you realise it is easier than you think :) Congrats! And I hope you get many opportunities like this to shine!

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  16. Congrats on ur 1st guest post dear :) I just checked ur post and it looks fabulous...well explained and very tempting too..:)

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  17. Looks so yumm!! Wonderful combo and sure would have tasted good too.

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  18. i had watched this recipe on television, quite good one .. like it.

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  19. Congratulations dear! A wonderful guest post...Shaam Savera is one of my favorite recipes of Sanjeev Kapoor

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  20. Nice post, this is totally new to me! Sounds exotic!

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  21. delicious kofta and smooth and delicious gravy ,perfect recipe for guest post!!

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  23. Congrats on your first guest post! Looks delicious!

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  24. Congrats on your first guest post dear..great dish,looks fabulous..

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  25. wonderful recipe for a guest post!!loveed it :)

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  26. Saw it at Kavi's space,lovely post Rasi..Congrats on your first guest post,great going!!

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  27. Congrats......commented on Kavi s blog too......Lovely recipe...

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  28. Congrats on ur first guest post.delicious luking

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  29. That surely is a lovely post and indeed I am surprised that you have been blogging only since Jan. You have so many recipes and your photographs looks awesome.

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  30. My hearty congratulations Rasi...loved the Shaam savera ...the name sounds very romantic :)...and the dish looks very eye-catching. Good one....

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  31. wow sanjeev kapoor's most famous dish. love it. it looks exactly same as masterchef. great job rasi

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  32. Going over to Kavi's to read the post..

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  33. whoa! that looks mindblowing... seriously so proffesionally plated! i remember seeing that episode and yeah the dish took my breath away too. heading over to check the recipe :)

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  34. omg...its lovely..i just read ur recipe in Kavi's blog...lovely recipe and i love the clicks toooo...first time here...must say..ur blog is wonerfulll...happy to follow u


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  35. Beautiful clicks..Syam Savera is one of my Hubby's fav dish. I learnt it from my MIL.. Will post sometime soon..

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  36. Shaam savera... the name is so unique. The clicks are amazing... thanx for sharing..!

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  37. love to check your guest post now..:)

    Tasty Appetite

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  38. Wow congrtas I saw the post its yum yum yum.

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  39. Wow this is too good, would love to try it out:)

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Really look forward to your opinions, comments & suggestions :)...Glad you took time to say something on my dish..Its a yay! moment for me :)