Friday, July 15, 2011

Guest Post

Few days back I got a mail asking if I can do a guest post ...I was speechless and dint react to the mail then...First of all I am a beginner  in cooking....secondly I was totally new to the whole stuff Guest Post.My hubby cleared my first doubt and the second one was cleared by Ajitha...so finally I decided to write..

The blog where I got the chance to do Guest Post is "The Saji"...A beautiful space with a variety of recipes...and lovely clicks...Do visit her space and checkout her beautiful recipes along with my Guest Post on a traditional festive sweet Modakam
So here are some clicks of the recipe...Do visit her space and check it out ;)



40 comments:

  1. U know reshmi, Am a crazy fan of modakam. Looks great and perfectly made..

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  2. LIke Shanavi, I a modak fan too..but never tried it myself..this one looks beautiful.

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  3. Thanks lot for being a guest dear...
    Wishing u all luck

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  4. It is a perfect authentic food. It remains me of festival time...

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  5. perfect and beautiful .... i will also try them ... very yummy
    www.rajafood.blogspot.com

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  6. Modakam looks so tempting congrats on being a guest poster.

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  7. The festival season is fast approaching and these modhakams are so very appropriate for the season....checked out the post...great post dear

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  8. very nice recipe....yummy...

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  9. Looks so good! Off to check your post...

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  10. Perfect, festive madoka!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  11. This is hubby's favorite. Pic looks tempting.

    Vardhini
    Event: Fast food not Fat food

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  12. Congratulations dear on your first guest post. Lovely clicks!

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  13. Congratulations on your guest blog! Beautiful modaks :)

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  14. congrats on your guest post.. Looks great with clear instructions..

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  15. Dear Reshmi
    I feel good that you liked my post on recipe and Himalayas. In fact I read your post at Saji in the morning, very nice and detailed posting! I like your potato fry recipe..will try soon.
    Let me see what great recipe you have here.
    Have a nice weekend!!

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  16. wow. looks so delicious.try it soon.

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  17. wow i love modakams...great shape....my maharashtrian friend make this for deepavali

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  18. will go over and check out your guest post, thanks so much for visiting my blog rebecca

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  19. WHAT A DETAIED RECIPE I NEVER TRIED IT BUT NOW I WILL TRY IT SOON
    SUPARB

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  20. Checked out your guest post in Saji's blog, very beautiful clicks. Modhagam looks very inviting.

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  21. Nice recipe,thank u for stopping by my space and glad to follow you.

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  22. Beautiful clicks... and hopping over to see the recipe now...

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  23. modakam looks good and congrats on a nice guest post !

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  24. Hi Dear,

    Thanx for visiting my blog and being a friend of mine..:)

    Urs is a very delicious space too...happy 2 follow u too...i love this post of urs..Modakam of Maharashtra is known as Sijha/pani manda pitha n my state Orissa..u can check it n my blog http://mugdha-cookingfundas.blogspot.com/2009/05/manda-pitha-orissa-special.html....enjoy and tc..:)

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  25. I love modakam and all the sweets made with jaggery.very nice recipe here.

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  26. lovely modakam..love to gobble it rite now..looks so yummy!

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  27. Looks great and Congrats on your guest post.

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  28. Modakam looks so beautiful. Perfectly done dear.

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  29. I love this...good going with the post :)

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  30. Wow.. congrats on your first guest post. I am sure this is just a beginning. You are a great blogger. :)

    Love your modakams :)

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  31. Thanks for stopping by my blog...Great to discover new space. This is a classic recipe. Thanks for sharing!!

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  32. Congrats on ur first guest post.. they look perfect.. so tempting..

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