Actress Sameera Reddy has a great relationship with her mother-in-law, Manjiri Valde. Their cooking sessions and adventures shared by Sameera on Instagram under the title “Messy Mama & Sassy Saasu” are all the rage. In a new Instagram post, Sameera shared a special burger and buddy recipe for Slan (Elephant Foot Yas) prepared by her mother-in-law. The actress said her mother-in-law introduced her to her versatile vegetable, Slan. “Very delicious! Slan is yam and grows underground. It has amazing properties, is an excellent source of carbohydrates and is great for the skin!” Written Sameera in the caption.
She added that even children loved these burgers. This is how the duo cooked slumber gar and buddy.
1. Slumber gar
To this end, the duo used 200 grams each of peeled and diced slan and potatoes. Samera’s mother-in-law salted the peeled and diced slan and potatoes and steamed them until tender. Next, grind slan and potatoes, 1 finely chopped onion, 2 tablespoons ginger, 1 tablespoon green pepper, 1 teaspoon jira powder, 1 teaspoon chopped coriander, 1/2 teaspoon sugar I added salt and tasted it. After this, the duo formed the mixture into patties and fried them shallowly. Samera finally took the hamburger buns, toasted them and added butter and lettuce leaves. She decorated it with onion rings and tomatoes.
In the video, Samera says that Slan is really delicious and absorbs any taste you put into it. It is rich in nutrients and is good for your skin.
2. Slance subji
To this end, the duo used 200 grams each of slans and potatoes. In the caption, she said she could eat this subji while you were fasting. Again, they diced, salted and steamed the slan and potatoes together. Other ingredients needed are 4 tablespoons of ghee, 2 tablespoons of ghee, 3 tablespoons of ginger / green pepper paste, 1 cup of peanuts, chopped coriander and grated coconut. Samera’s mother-in-law can be seen heating ghee with Kadai. After this, she adds green pepper and ginger paste, Jira, and lets it bounce. Then add the crushed peanuts and finally mix the cooked slan and potatoes. The curry is ready.
Sameera advised everyone to have it along with Rajgira Pris and some tofu.
At the end of the video, Samera’s mother-in-law states that slans are one of the most underrated vegetables. The Indian look is perfect for cheeky kids.
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Earlier, Sameera Reddy shared another post of delicious mango pickles from her mother-in-law’s kitchen. This is a typical accompaniment to most traditional Indian cuisine. She wrote in a post, “Hmm. Sassy Saasu is making some yams.” Learn more.
Once upon a time, Sameera Reddy also shared an omelet post with a happy face on it. She said her son did “artwork”. She posted an image and offered her followers three choices (Happy, Ok, Sad). Click here to see a photo of Samera’s Happy Omelette.
These food posts by Sameera Reddy must have drooled you, and you’re also warming up to the idea of including slans in your diet.