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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.

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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Healthy Carrot Soup

Healthy Carrot Soup

Carrot soup is spicy, tasty and apt for the cold weather. It is from Indo- Chinese cuisine.It is vegan, gluten- free and zero oil recipe. I love soups, they are filling and healthy and hope many will resonate with me. The weather too is perfect to indulge in them. I...

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How to make Dahi Vada

How to make Dahi Vada

Dahi vada is a popular snack usually served during parties and celebrations. The fried dumplings made of urad dal are immersed in curd and served, make a good accompaniment with any meal. It is known as Dahi Balle in North India.  The affair with dahi vada is a long...

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Moong Dal Bada / Rajasthani cuisine

Moong Dal Bada / Rajasthani cuisine

The cuisine of Rajasthan is unique, flavoursome and makes a good use of lesser known ingredients. I love the dishes from this cuisine and my list of dishes to post here is extensive. Today, I have Moong Dal Bada. It's that time of the month when we bloggers traverse...

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Kothambir Thokku / Coriander Thokku

Kothambir Thokku / Coriander Thokku

Kothambir thokku or coriander thokku is spicy and makes a good accompaniment with idli, dosa or even with hot steamed rice. Thokku is a kind of chutney that is made sans water, thus has a long shelf life. It is usually made during summer and stored for a year,...

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Punjabi Garam Masala

Punjabi Garam Masala

Punjabi Garam Masala is a flavoursome condiment from North India. It is a blend of spices which is usually added to curries and other dishes to enhance the taste. Today, I have a condiment that is used and loved by everyone these days. We often buy these masala...

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Watermelon juice recipe

Watermelon juice recipe

Watermelon juice is an excellent thirst quencher. It is tasty and keeps us rejuvenated during hot summer days. Watermelon is 90% water, it also contains Vitamin A, D and calcium. It helps to keep the body hydrated. It is low in calories and rich in fibre, thus aids in...

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Red and Yellow Bell Pepper Pilaf

Red and Yellow Bell Pepper Pilaf

Red and yellow bell pepper pilaf is a mild spiced, tasty one pot meal. It is ideal for lunch, dinner or brunch. I often make variety of rice dishes and this one turned out delish, the subtle flavours was enchantingly good, we paired it with a curd based salad along...

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