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Stuffed Pomfret With Green Masala- A Guest Post at Cooking-Varieties

I am extremely delighted and honored to be a guest at Wan's Cooking Varieties. When she asked me for a guest post I was so excited.She is one of my favorite foodie friends .She is very warm and friendly person and I love her blog. There is always a healthy edge in her cooking which is really inspiring.It has beautiful write-ups about food, health benefits and healthy eating habits.She has always shown genuine appreciation for other culture and culinary traditions. I am honored to be in your esteemed space.

Thanks Wan for this opportunity.




Recipe is  pomfret stuffed with a green masala and prawns filling...Hop over to Wan's place for the recipe..



Wan sent me this card with beautiful bouquet of roses,this made my day  :)
so sweet of you Wan..really appreciate this:)


Once again thanks Wan for this opportunity
Hope you will all enjoy..
Have a great day!

Suja

Comments

  1. hi suja,
    yummy...I've never tasted stuffed pomfret, looks tempting

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  2. Suja.......superb recipe...yummy

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  3. Wow super drooling stuffed pomfret..am running to wan's place.

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  4. that was mouth watering one... just love it...

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  5. hi suja, many thanks and i really appreciate your willingness
    to do this guest post for me.
    Personally, i just love to look at this pomfret, clean and cool.
    i imagine it being still hot and i can finish the whole fish-
    -the filling with prawns added is a fantastic idea.
    Have a wonderful day suja.
    PS, i was not sure, if my earlier comment went through..

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    1. Thanks Wan,glad to be a guest in your space..have a wonderful day..

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  6. Too tempting and loved the fish !!!!! Yummy :)

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  7. That is one super recipe !! Loved it !!

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  8. wow..awesome & mouthwatering!!! Loved this idea!

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  9. Looks really awesome.. nice cliks as always ...
    Maha

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  10. Thats a nice idea.. Never thought about filling fish..

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  11. absolutely mouthwatery recipe in wan's space..love it suja..awesome

    Tasty Appetite

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  12. I have already seen the guest post and put my comments dear..excellent post n great job Suja :)

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  13. Great idea to cook fish! Super yummy!

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  14. I always love stuffed fish...this one look delicious!!!! Great post Suja..

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    1. Thanks Cindyrina for coming over,glad you like the recipe..stuffed fish is my family favorite too..

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  15. Drooling here..so mouthwatering...

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  16. Thanks all for stopping by and for the sweet comments..pls do visit Ms Wans's space:)
    Have a wonderful day..

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  17. Awesome ! congrats on your guest post :)

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  18. Oh wow. I love when dishes are stuffed with something. This looks great ;)

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  19. Saw it at Wan's space,lovely guest post..Yummy stuffing n neatly presented too,Suja:-)

    ONGOING EVENT- "Mint & Coriander seeds" (EP Series-Apr)
    Erivum Puliyum

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  20. Hi Suja,:) Thanks for sharing yummy food at Wan or Cooking Varieties space, it was so tempting to try and taste it!:) I love it..:) Thanks too, I found your blog through my friend and great chef Wan..:)

    Thumbs up for this yummy recipe!:) Have a nice day...:)

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  21. Pomfret is the go-to Fish most of the times at our place :)

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  22. Love pomfret and I really like what you did with it.

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  23. Wow...Fabulous Fish Fry...Luks very tempting

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  24. congrats on guest post..stuffed pomfret wow wow..whatelse do I need for a feast..wonderful !

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  25. loved it absolutely dear....loved the stuffing !!!!

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  26. Adipoli fish fry Suja, Nice to know about Wan.

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    1. adipoli aayittundu....... blogil puthiya post...... NEW GENERATION CINEMA ENNAAL........ vilappetta abhiprayam parayane........

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  27. Lovely guest post, just checked it. Absolutely flavorful & tempting!

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  28. hi Suja, once again, thanks a million for doing this guest post in my blog. i have received overwhelming response on your authentic recipe.. may be you would want to give a thank you comment. i did send you an email yesterday on this. thanks dear and have a wonderful day.
    glad to be friends with you :)

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    1. Thanks a million for inviting me to do guest post in your space,it has been a wonderful experience. I would love to extent my sincere gratitude to you and all your friends.

      I would like to thank one and all for your sweet comments and encouragement both here and at Wan's space..Have a wonderful day..
      Glad to be friends with you:)

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  29. nice recipe dear...just love the prawn filling...

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  30. yummy yummy, super tempting Suja. Pomfret and prawns r my faves, stuffed pomfret with prawns masala is just awesome. Nice guest post, great job Ms. Wan and Suja :-)

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  31. Kandittu sahikunilla.... super ayyitunde. I should try it sometime. And congrats on the guest post, way to go!!

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  32. lovely flavours fish looks wonderful

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  33. Entte Dhaivame.......Pavam pomfret.......athintte ullil Konjjineyum vechho.Any way Nice Innovation!!!

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  34. My favorite....Grilled Stuffed Pomfret...

    First time here..you share a beautiful space. glad to follow you!

    Inviting you to mine,
    http://anshu-mymomsrecipes.blogspot.in/

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