Hyderabad Style Mirch salan. Chillies cooked in rich peanut and sesame paste with tamarind.
Dry fry pudalangai poriyal, an authentic dish from Tamilnadu served with plain rice and lentils. (Snake Gourd / Potlakaya / chichinda)
Paneer and green peas cooked in a rich onion-tomato gravy. This mild north Indian dish is served with naan or paratha. (Matar Paneer / Mutter Paneer)
A north indian dish made with Paneer(Indian cottage cheese) cooked in rich creamy tomato gravy. Makhani( something cooked and sauteed in butter or thick cream)
Authentic Tamilnadu delicacy. Banana flowers combined with Bengal gram and deep fried to make this mouth watering starter.
Simple healthy pudina (mint) chutney, a great accompaniment for breakfast items or even some appetizers. There are several ways of making pudina chutney, this particular preparation is popular in Tamilnadu.
Kurma is a spiced curry sauce, mild in flavour. The sauce can be made by using either yoghurt/curd or any cream made with nuts or coconut. It can be made with combination of vegies or any non-veg item. Using chicken in this preparation is very popular. Very good combination with parotta or chapati.
A south indian classic, where fish is cooked in a tamrind gravy.
Good accompaniment to ven pongal , idli or dosai.
One of the spiciest, oiliest and most aromatic in India, a distinctive culinary style with judicious blend of spices is known as Chettinad cooking. This scrumptious chicken curry gets it flavor from two distinctive ingredients… Kalpasi and Jaathipoo.