Blog Awards

Many more Awards… And a note of Thanks to all!

Well, i am really enjoying the food blogging world. Though the food blogging world is so widespread but is so closely knit. And i must say, i am so happy that i started food blogging which in turn led me to discover new blogs and made some friendly, amazing and wonderful people who constantly support… Continue reading Many more Awards… And a note of Thanks to all!

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Independance / Republic Day · Kadhamba Saadham / Mixed Rice

Tricolored Rice / Tiranga Rice – Celebrating India’s Independence

Today, India celebrates her 68th Independence Day. Happy Independence Day!! 🙂 Thus keeping with the spirit of the Indian Independence Day Celebrations, i so wanted to post a dish depicting the colors of our National flag, that is saffron, white and green. The colors in our national flag is a horizontal tricolor in equal proportions… Continue reading Tricolored Rice / Tiranga Rice – Celebrating India’s Independence

Dals, Lentils & Pulses · North Indian Sides- Sabzi, Gravy & Dry Curries

Green Peas Masala – Peas Masala Recipe

Green peas masala is a delicious North Indian side dish for roti, phulkas, chapathi's, naan's or can be had even with plain rice. It is easy to prepare but a rich gravy which instantly fills one's tummy. I like the smell, taste and the flavor of fresh peas from the pods. Though the green peas… Continue reading Green Peas Masala – Peas Masala Recipe

Gujarati

Khaman Dhokla – Dhokla Recipe

Khaman Dhokla or simply called as, Dhokla is a soft, fluffy, spongy and delicious steamed savory cake. Khaman dhokla is made from Channa dal flour or gram flour or besan (split and skinned bengal gram dal). It is slightly tangy yet sweet and savoury snack or could be a breakfast main course. Dhokla is one… Continue reading Khaman Dhokla – Dhokla Recipe

Poriyal Varieties/ Stir Fry/ Curry

Senai Kizhangu Roast – Elephant foot Yam Stir Fry

I have been on a self-imposed break for the past few weeks. Took leave from my teaching job, read few books, did some spring cleaning of my home, watched the movies that i so wanted to, met few of my close friends and went out for lunch at the nearby restaurant from my home. So… Continue reading Senai Kizhangu Roast – Elephant foot Yam Stir Fry

Naalumani Palahaaram / Snacks · Snacks - Munchies

Spicy Diamond Cuts – an evening snack made from whole wheat flour

My mom used to make diamond cuts so very often when i and my sister were studying in school. I remember my sister and me keep on asking for more and more. We just love eating this!! It is a spicy - savoury snack or a perfect naalumani palahaaram along with tea/ coffee. It is… Continue reading Spicy Diamond Cuts – an evening snack made from whole wheat flour

Deepavali / Diwali · Sweets - Desserts · Top Indian Sweets & Desserts

Therattipaal – A Traditional South Indian Sweet

Therattipaal is a traditional South Indian sweet or i could say, the Indian Dulce de leche. It is a classic sweet during the festivals like Deepavali (Diwali), or any other special occasions at home. It is a very time consuming recipe, but you will never get disappointed with this delicious sweet. During the olden days,… Continue reading Therattipaal – A Traditional South Indian Sweet

Salads

Muskmelon Crush

Muskmelon or Cantaloupe or Kirni Pazham or Kharbuja - there are many names to the fruit. Muskmelon is a must buy fruit at my home during summers. It is rich in fibre, controls blood pressure, is an anti-oxidant and reduces the heat of the body which is so common in summers. Watermelons and muskmelons are… Continue reading Muskmelon Crush

Blog Awards

Writing Process Blog Tour

Well, when Indu from Indus International Kitchen and later Miceala from Easy Italian Cuisine invited me to take part in the Writing Process Blog, i hardly knew about what it was but eventually i liked the idea and decided to take part. So you might ask what is "Writing Process Blog Tour"? This is yet… Continue reading Writing Process Blog Tour