Colours Of India
Living abroad has made me appreciate my country in every way.
“Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high
Where knowledge is free;
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls,
Where words come out from the depths of truth;
Where tireless striving stretches its arm towards perfection;
Where the clear streams of reason has not lost its way in the dreary desert sands of dead habits
Where the mind is led by Thee into ever widening thought and action
Into that heaven of Freedom, my Father, let my country awake. ” Rabindranath Tagore
And so, to celebrate Independence Day 15 August 2012, here is a simple, healthy colourful salad that anyone could make. Looks good, tastes good and makes your day extra special.
2 large carrots; 2 medium white radish, 1 large capsicum.
Dipping Sauce: 2 tbsp tomato sauce; 2 tbsp mayonnaise; 4 tbsp curds; 1/2 tsp mustard. Blend together and keep aside.
Cut one carrot, 1 radish and 1/2 the capsicum into 2 inch sized pieces and arrange in a goblet. Grate the second carrot and the radish, dice the remaining capsicum and arrange on plate as in photograph. Place the goblet in the centre and serve with the sauce. The bright colours certainly add character to your table. Happy Independence Day.
Learn how to cook a traditional Indian meal using recipes that have been inherited from my great-grandmother.
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