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Prestige Silver Oaks – Review


Recently got an invite for Prestige Silver Oaks as a lifestyle blogger, by last Friday around 3.45 p.m to 5.00 p.m. I was on time and was stunned to see the beauty of the place, that to in the heart of whitefield. The property was very peaceful, with greenery, parks for kids and gym.

About Prestige Constructions: Over a decade, the Prestige Group has firmly established itself as one of the leading and most successful developers of real estate in India. Founded on 19986, the company having completed 199 projects covering over 73.70 million sqft, currently the company has 65 ongoing projects. Each and every services are varied, Services are as varied as the interior designing done by Morph Design Company (MDC).

About Morph Design Company (MDC): Ms. Anjum Jung the founder of Morph Design Company, she with her team of designers, are drawn to a contemporary style combining the best of old and new with a meticulous eye for detail, color and texture, creating comfortable, distinctive designs ranging from fresh and simple, to smart and stylish. Also they have three main areas in our practice, interior design, furniture and window dressing.

About Prestige Silver Oaks: Prestige Silver a Project comprising of 32 elegantly designed apartments & 146 Villas of 3 & 4 bedroom sets catering to all types of families, is ready and all set for possession. This project spread across 17 acres and the The budget for this project is kept at 1.70 Crores onwards

Location: Whitefield is remarkably connected with several major parts of Bangalore through the Old Madras Road and Outer Ring Road, Whitefield has now developed into a major IT core of Bangalore. With a leading IT giants such as Wipro, IBM and Dell finding their way to the first IT Park in India, the International Tech Park. There are number of well-known educational organizations, hospitals, banks and shopping malls available near this location. Kadugodi bus stand is the nearest bus station and Baiyapanhalli is the nearest metro station for the project location

Amentities: A fully fledged gym, swimming pool, multipurpose hall, squash court, health club, badminton court, indoor sports area, ourdoor ounges to promote community living.






World Food Day 2016 – Madraasi


Celebrate WORLDFOODDAY by taking Pledge – “Say no to the wastage of Food and Go for healthy food”. As one among every 10 people are suffering from Hunger in today’s world, try not to waste the food by serving to the needy, may be your maid, security or anyone. Else a best thing, try to make something with the leftovers and serve it to your family. As recipe developer, I have developed few recipes from the leftover after lunch for dinner. #FoodRevolution #FoodInnovation #Kitchenconnection. Give a try…

Bisi Bele Bath


As I have shared already Bisibelebath is one of my kids all-time favorite rice. I use to prepare sambar sadam at home but thought bisi bele bath resembles the same, but having bisi bele bath is Bangalore, I became a great fan of Bisi bele bath. For last one year I have been preparing bisibelebath frequently at home, but somehow missed to share the recipe.

Mostly I use to prepare bisi bele bath for lunch on week days and pack in lunch box. I prepare bisi bele bath powder once in every month and store it in an air tight container, and use whenever I am need. This also helps in making my cooking faster in weekdays. CLICK HERE for Bisi Bele Bath Masala recipe and now let me share the bisi bele bath recipe with the home made masala…

Taking it to Fiesta Friday #134 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.


  • Raw rice / Pacharisi – 2 cups
  • Split pigeon peas / Tuvaram paruppu / Toor dal – 1 cup
  • Turmeric powder – ¼ tsp
  • Tamarind – a gooseberry size
  • HomeMade Bisi Bele Bath Masala – 3 tbsp
  • Onion – 1 no (medium size)
  • Coconut pieces or grated coconut – 15 gm
  • Brinjal – 3 nos (medium size)
  • Radish – 1 no
  • Salt to taste
  • Ghee / Clarified butter – 1.5 tbsp
  • Mustard seeds – ¼ tsp
  • Split Blackgram – ½ tsp
  • Cumin seeds and Fenugreek seeds – a pinch
  • Jaggery – a tbsp (optional)
  • Curry leaves – a sprig


  • Wash the rice and pigeon peas in water, drain the water and keep it aside.
  • Peel and finely chop the vegetables, keep it aside.
  • Take cleaned rice, pigeon peas, chopped vegetables, a tsp of salt, turmeric powder in a pressure cooker, pour water (for 1 cup of rice – 2 cups of water and 1 cup of pigeon pea – 1 ½ cup of water).
  • Pressure-cook for 3 whistles. Remove the lid when the pressure subsides.
  • Meanwhile soak tamarind in a tbsp of water, drain the water.
  • Take the soaked tamarind, coconut, a tbsp of bisi bele bath masala in a mixer and grind them to a fine paste by adding little water.
  • Pour the ground masala along with a cup of water, 2 tbsp of bisi bele bath masala and a tsp of salt in a kadai and cook in medium flame for 5 mins or until the raw smell goes off and the masala thickens.
  • Pour the masala to the pressure-cooked rice, dal mixture, jaggery (optional) give a stir, add a tsp of ghee/clarified butter and cook in low flame for 5 mins.
  • Heat the leftover ghee/clarified butter in a small pan, add the mustard seeds, split black gram, curry leaves, cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds and roast until they turn crispy and pour it to the rice.
  • Stir the rice and remove it from fire.

Serve hot by topping it with finely chopped raw onions, a tsp of ghee/clarified butter and spicy boondi (karaboondi). Also it goes out well with onion raita and Rice crackers or chips or arbi fry.

Note: CLICK HERE for more rice recipes.

Making of Bisibelebath: