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Foodie bloggers, food lovers and to all with an authentic  indian taste, a hearty welcome to a sumptous journey of mouth watering dishes.

Inspite of changing trends in the eating habits, I feel that some receipes have stood the test of time and still reign supreme. They are enjoyed during any course of meal. There are a few other dishes, which have been passed since generations and are still relished,though there may be a slight variation in the ingredients used.

The receipes are tried at home and been simplified to suit our modern style. They are all vegetarian dishes using a wide range of ingredients which are easily available.

How to make Mexican wedding cookies / Polvorones

How to make Mexican wedding cookies / Polvorones

Mexican Wedding Cookies / Polvorones are soft, crumbly, heavy, short bread cookies from Spain. They are often served during mexican wedding menu and thus the name. It's the season of baking and I am so happy about it. My daughter loves baking and is eagerly waiting to...

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Top Sweets and Savoury for Diwali

Top Sweets and Savoury for Diwali

Diwali is the time to enjoy with good sweets and savoury snacks. Here is a collection of top sweets and savoury from the blog. Diwali, festival of lights is most awaited by all as it calls for enormous celebrations. It begins with cleaning and preparation of various...

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Dal with Methi

Dal with Methi

Dal with methi makes a tasty side dish with any meal. It tastes good with hot steamed rice, jeera rice, pulav or even with chapati or phulka. I love making a variety of dals, it is not only filling but packed with vital nutrients essential for carrying on day to day...

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Milagai Podi/ Idli Podi

Milagai Podi/ Idli Podi

Milagai Podi (pudi) is a lentil based spice powder stored in the kitchen shelves. It is ideal with idli and dosa. It is commonly made in Tamilnadu cuisine. I love the flavours of Tamilnadu, variety of dosa and idli with delicious chutney and flavoursome sambar, not to...

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Mysore Rasam

Mysore Rasam

The season is mild rainy days and chilly nights, a steaming hot food with a few pakodas is ideal, isn't it? Today, I have a rasam recipe for you. What is rasam? Rasam is a lentil based, thin soup like accompaniment served with hot steamed rice. It is popular in South...

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Banana Betel Milkshake

Banana Betel Milkshake

Banana Betel Milkshake is tasty and healthy. It is ideal for breakfast or as a refreshing summer drink. Betel leaves holds a great value in India since ancient times. It is used since 400B.C. Betel leaves are used in auspicious functions as a offering to the Lord....

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