Parathas are traditional Indian flat bread made with wheat flour. These parathas are made with maida and stuffed with chicken and egg mixture, much similar to Ceylon parotta .
Parotta / Chicken stuffed Parotta / Stuffed paratha / Egg Paratha / Ceylon Paratha / Parota
Ingredients for Dough Maida 4 . . . → Read More: Chicken Stuffed Paratha
Brinji, a special kind of rice dish which is very popular in TamilNadu, made during weddings and special occasions. Basically its a mixed vegetable pulao kind of dish…. where rice is cooked in thick coconut milk base with loads of veggies and flavoured with special spices.
Brinji Bath / Mixed Vegetable Binji / . . . → Read More: Vegetable Brinji
Crispy and crunchy mouthwatering snack made with fresh spinach leaves.
Palak Pakora / Palak Bhajji / Spinach Pakora / Crispy Pakora / Pakoda / Keerai / Spinach Chat / Papdi
Ingredients 40 leaves Fresh Spinach leaves 1 cup Gram flour / Besan 2 tbsp Corn starch (White corn flour) 1/2 . . . → Read More: Spinach Pakora
White Pumpkin Halwa or Kasi Halwa is a sweet usually made during festivals and special occasions. Mostly all wedding engagements ceremonies will have this on the menu. This mouth watering halwa which is also called as “Kasi Halwa” is prepared with Winter melon / White Pumpkin / Ash Gourd / Donggua / Poosanikai , . . . → Read More: Pumpkin Halwa
Simple stuffed brinjal fry using store bought sambar powder.
Kathrikai Varuval / Baby Brinjal Fry / Eggplant / Kathirikkai Fry
Ingredients 10 Nos Baby Brinjals 2 Nos Onion (Finely Chopped) 1 tsp Ginger Garlic Paste 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder 1 Tsp Red Chilli Powder 2 Tbsp Sambar Powder (I used . . . → Read More: Brinjal Fry
A simple and healthy recipe to prepare kozhukattai using finger millet / Ragi flour. These are made with ready made store bought roasted ragi flour and few other simple ingredients. Traditionally white rice flour kozhukattai , stuffed modaks and sundal are offered to Lord Ganesha during Vinayaga Chatruthi pooja. Lets go one step ahead . . . → Read More: Ragi Kozhukattai
Puttu, is a popular breakfast dish in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Traditionally ground rice is layered with coconut and steamed in special cylinders or sometimes steamed in banana leaves to make this delicious puttu. Things have got more easy now-a-days, with ready made roasted rice flours flocking the stores, you can make variety of . . . → Read More: Red Rice Puttu
Description: Nethili Meen Varuval is a crispy fish fry which tastes simply divine. These are fresh Indian Anchovies coated with light masala and deep fried. In case if you don’t find these in your local market then substitute them either with fresh Sardines or Smelt. If using frozen, thaw at room temperature and then proceed.
Nethili . . . → Read More: Nethili Meen Varuval
Most people are turned off with Brain Fry or curry. May be its got the most bizarre “brainy ” look or its a little too much for some of them to stomach, although for others like me it sounds completely natural. Well, if you can cast away with that weird thought then you get to . . . → Read More: Brain Fry
Most restaurants serve a free side gravy as accompaniment for biryani which taste ridiculously amazing.. We usually get these in small portions packed in tiny cartons and enjoy licking every last bit of it. I was trying to replicate something similar and ended up with this recipe which I can guarantee restaurant quality. . . . → Read More: Side Gravy for Biryani