It’s that time of the year, when the weather is wonderful and our heart calls out to enjoy. It’s the season of fun and frolic. Time to celebrate with colours, yes it’s Holi. To mark this ocassion I present to all of you, a dish very close to my heart, Bisebelebath, a popular recipe from Karnataka. […]
Today, marks the beginning of 2017, another new year. Wishing all my readers a very happy and prosperous new year. May this year be an awesome one for all of us. On this ocassion presenting a rice dish from South Kanara. This is another variety of rice dish which eases my cooking. It is full […]
Groundnut chutney is a very tasty accompaniment that can be served with idli or dosa. It was during last winter that I first made it, and since then , it has become a routine. Usually, roasted groundnuts are grinded with green chillies and salt along with a little tamarind pulp. But, I have made a […]
Masala Puri are a deep fried spicy indian breads.It can be used as a breakfast dish , but if fried food is not your early option, serve it for lunch or as an evening snack. They are tasty and easy to make. It can be called as a modified version of the plain puri which […]
Beetroot is a wonderful vegetable .The vibrant purple colour is very pleasing. I really love that colour. Dark coloured vegetables are all rich in nutrients and so is this one. It is rich in calcium, iron, Viamin A and C and packed with anti oxidants.
This year,January 15 is Makar Sankranti , a very important festival in South India. It marks new beginnings. The previous day too, is celebrated by giving fresh grains and other cereals to elderly married ladies.It symbolises sharing and good will to others.Houses are decorated with colourful rangolis. Lunch is a welcome meal of bajra roti […]
Rasam is popular accompaniment with rice in South India. Our food seems to be incomplete without rice and rasam. Called by various names as Saaru or Bele Saaru, it is prepared by different methods from region to region.
For the rice lovers, gojju and chutney of various kinds make good accompaniments. This is popular in southern region and is made using ladies finger,cucumber ,pineapple and even mango. Here ,is the one made of cucumber.
The traditional food of a good vegetable with a hot chutney and a tasty dal with rotis or chapatis is more fulfilling than all the chaats and other delicacies which we love to eat outside. Nothing like food cooked at home, you can sense the satisfaction after eating outside for a week.
Urad dal wada are tasty and loved by all. It is usually served along with idli in restaurants. Shaped like doughnuts, these have always been my favourite. With or without chutney, I love these fried dumplings. Today, a sneak and peek at this one. INGREDIENTS : urad dal 2 cups green chilly 3 coriander leaves […]
I am pretty excited as I write this one. Eight like minded bloggers together have started a blog hop and this is our first one. So let me start right away. We will be working on a particular theme, twice a month and its ” Breakfast ” in the beginning. I am making our very […]
Idli are an all time favourite for many of us. I love making this one, as they are soft and supple. There may be a variation in other recipe as this is modified by me.They make an ideal breakfast with sambar and chutney. Why is this named as “Chennai Idli” ? Chennai is a place […]