Coconut Rice (Thengai Sadam)

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    You will find the recipe for coconut rice (Thengai Sadam) and some further remarks on the photo on my blog My2Penn'orth

    kiddishlycute, Kemi H Photography, and 20 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. *iris-hues* 43 months ago | reply

      wow, that too from you, appreciate your efforts and this looks absolutely delish:), makes all the cut...
      fine exposure, the coconut in the backdrop provide lot of depth...
      the base works fine too complimenting the shell colours general scheme.
      tfs

    2. Kemi H Photography 43 months ago | reply

      Wonderful composition! Looks delicious!

    3. Hareesh.P 43 months ago | reply

      :) wow....reminds me of my childhood, as always the lighting is simply amazing.

    4. Indonesia Eats 43 months ago | reply

      I'm quite impressed that you used fresh coconut. I myself never have fresh coconut since I moved to Canada. It's not because of the availability; it's because I'm lazy :))

    5. aprna 43 months ago | reply

      Love this, picture and the food especially the use of the coconuts in the background. Its a dish that's a part of my traditional cuisine and is at our table very often.

    6. Britta's world of photos 43 months ago | reply

      Das ist wieder ein sehr appetitlich präsentiertes Food-Foto... Du solltest Dir mal überlegen, noch die Rezepte mit einzustellen. ;-)

    7. Atlanticstar 43 months ago | reply

      This picture translate wonderfully, must give you lots of thumbs for cracking the coconut, that sure one hell of a job, got lots of coconut in here but I prefer the one that have been skinned or the can one..:D

      I must say this is a busy picture with lots of textures but it blend nicely one to another, I guess because of the color tone similarity. I wonder what it will be looks like if you replace the ceramic bowl and put a banana leaf on the rattan bowl instead ? will it change the mood or the whole scenario of the concept or completely ruin everything here ?

    8. sunshinemomsblog 43 months ago | reply

      Woah!! Tengai chaadam looks delicious! Nice to see an Indian dish in your stream:).

    9. joey armstrong 43 months ago | reply

      that looks amazing! i've made an indonesian style of coconut rice before, but this looks a little different but quite delicious! nice lighting in the photo...

    10. aisha.yusaf 43 months ago | reply

      Perfect lighting and setting here, Thorsten. I like the almost monochromatic colours here with the bits of green. Very nicely done!

    11. stickygooeychef 43 months ago | reply

      This is lovely! I love the monochromatic color scheme with all of the different textures. It creates a lot of visual interest. It is so difficult to shoot "neutral" food, but you have done it beautifully!

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    12. West5thStreet 42 months ago | reply

      WOW, beautiful shot!

    13. shubhangi athalye 42 months ago | reply

      Love the color combination .....the textures on the rice are lovely ! specially the fried cashews are a great touch !!

    14. fritz68 42 months ago | reply

      Der Reis sieht super gut aus... Toll fotografiert.
      Sind da Curryblätter mit drin? Die habe ich in Deutschland noch nirgendwo gesehen.

    15. NinaSaad 24 months ago | reply

      very amazing shot ! and yummy ;p

    16. Helga_262 22 months ago | reply

      mmh das könnt ich auch mal machen

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