Roasted paneer slabs/ bread roll in steps. Easy to make snack for evenings. Paneer stuffed bread rolls are roasted on a skillet. Bread rolls are one of the favourite snacks that has been relished by all. The bread is stuffed with a filling that is prepared, rolled , sealed and deep fried. But here, it […]
Sesame rice is a flavourful dish which can be prepared during weekends or for a quick lunch. It is ideal during festivities since it has no onion or garlic in it. The ingredients needed to prepare sesame rice are few and mostly found in all kitchen shelves. Roasting and grinding of ingredients are the only […]
Cooking is easier when you have condiments on the shelf. They act as a substitute or serve as an additional accompaniment. We regularly need these dry chutney powders. I usually have four varieties and one of them is the Curry leaf powder/ karibevina chutney pudi. Curry leaf is extensively used in south indian cooking. It […]
Chaats are always welcome at home. They are cherished and enjoyed by both the children. Here is a twist to the usual Bhel Puri. Cornflakes Bhel is a healthy twist to the usual one. It makes a good snack to binge in the evenings.
Chinese dishes have gained immense popularity in our country. They are an amalgamation of Chinese flavours to suit the Indian taste buds, now popularly termed as Indo- Chinese. Many dishes are prepared in this cuisine, but, one snack that always stands out is Gobi Manchurian. It is the hot favourite of college students, street food, […]
Jeera Rice is a versatile rice dish. It can be served for lunch, brunch or dinner. It pairs well with a dal, gravy, any kind of raita (yoghurt based salad) or simply with papads and pickle. It is a comfort food that one can enjoy anytime. Unlike pulav, this is less spicy and aromatic. I am wondering […]
Honey, the golden hued gelatenous liquid is sweet as sugar but good for health. It is packed with nutrients, flavonoids and anti-oxidants. It’s passed through generations, as old as history can tell. It was used by the Munis and rishis to perform yajnas and as offerings to the Lord and used even today. Honey is […]
It’s the season of mangoes, time to indulge and try recipes with it. Sheera or rawa kesari is often made in all homes. Do give a try with mango, it’s tasty. Mango Sheera is soft and smooth pudding like sweet delicacy made with mango pulp and semolina. One can also make it using pineapple and […]
Alasande kalu wade (black eyed beans) are one of the tastiest fritters. It is also known as lobia and karamani. They are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It’s the season of fresh black-eyed beans. Stir fry and sambar are the usual ones that I make using it. Fritters was on the […]
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. […]
Kandhabhaji, onion pakoda, onion fritters, hattikaye, anything you call it, it makes a delicious snack with a cup of hot tea. It is addictive and loved mostly by many.
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 […]