Simple Split Yellow Pea's "Cutlets"

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    My son's favorite. This is our vegetarian version of fish sticks. Taste very similar, as far as I remember after 20 years of being vegetarian.

    Laksmi W, digimono ( Mostly Away ), and 28 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Laksmi W 51 months ago | reply

      You have nice new images, Cintamani. Happy birthday to you!

      I like the colors, composition and the feel of wood here.

    2. IndianSimmer 51 months ago | reply

      Oh my love that piece of wood :-)
      gorgeous shot!

    3. asri. 51 months ago | reply

      beautiful lighting and shot.

    4. Cintamani, GreenMorning.pl 51 months ago | reply

      Vairagya thank you, I started experiment with dark backgrounds. I found them very nice to bring out warm colors like on this photo. Are you back in your appartment? Are you reading your e-mails yet? I have many new questions? And I miss you and your letters.

    5. Cintamani, GreenMorning.pl 51 months ago | reply

      Thank you Asri and Indian Simmer. This piece of wood is a lid from wooden box we brought from India long time ago. My son demaged hinges and broked it. I found it as good opportunity to use it for this seting, before my husband will fix it. But I like this object on photo so much that prodictions for this wooden box are not good ;-)

    6. Laksmi W 51 months ago | reply

      Cintamani, I'm not at home yet for another week. I have a bad internet connection, sometimes it is working, sometimes not. If you like, you can send an e-mail to my regular address, though. I will get back to you as soon as I'm able to.

    7. Xiaolu // 6 Bittersweets 50 months ago | reply

      What wonderful, unique styling and lovely textures from the woods and colors. Great job!

    8. aisha.yusaf 50 months ago | reply

      Love the textures and the tones here. Nice DoF to separate from the background.

    9. www.christinagreve.com 50 months ago | reply

      Your soooo good at food photography...wow!!!

    10. Cintamani, GreenMorning.pl 50 months ago | reply

      thank you for your god words. They are more than appreciated. I admire you photography, you are an real artist. I would love to be your client one day and have portriet taken by you.

    11. Cintamani, GreenMorning.pl 50 months ago | reply

      and . We say in Polish: Friens of our good friend are our good friends too. So as you both are friends of Laksmi I considere you to be my friends too. Thank you for your comments on this and many others of my photos.

    12. milevic [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      Wow! Your photos so amaizing!!!!

    13. zendegy 50 months ago | reply

      but where is the recipe? i wanna make these tasty looking treats!!

    14. Cintamani, GreenMorning.pl 50 months ago | reply

      I do it with yellow dry split peas. I think it is the best with this kind of beans, but you can try also with cheak peas, urad, yellow mung etc. You soak it in wather overnight. Then... add salt and black pepper and mix it with blender with little wather. It should have consistency of thick sour creem with little pieces of peas (do not mix it to the fine paste) so it will be more crispy. I fry it on little ghee or oil on frying pan until gold brown collor. Thats it. All kids love it!!!!

    15. collywolly 37 months ago | reply

      What a gorgeous photograph. and of something so simple too. Sounds delicious!

    16. zendegy 32 months ago | reply

      yum. i will give them a try! thanks for the directions. :o)

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