Cauliflower/Gobi 65 is one yummy dish which is usually a starter or tea time snack, constant order in restaurants for both veg and non-veg lovers. The recipe shared here was adapted from one of those Chef. Damodaran’s TV shows but modified to suit my style. This is one amazing dish which will have everyone . . . → Read More: Gobi 65
I love spinach and artichoke dip, especially served warm with tortilla chips or crusty bread. Its a crowd- pleaser and a go-to appetizer for large gatherings as you you can make this ahead of time and bake it just before serving. My version is slightly different from the usual, I use the white sauce . . . → Read More: Cheesy Spinach and Artichoke Dip
Simple home-style Tomato soup made with few humble ingredients from your kitchen. Serve up a a big bowl of this hearty , warming soup with some toasted bread to complete a satisfying meal.
Thakkali Soup / Tomato Soup / Soup
Ingredients Ripe Tomato 3 count (Large) Onion 1 count . . . → Read More: Tomato Soup
Simple coconut base gravy made with Bottle gourd/ Lauki .
Bottlegourd Curry / Sorakai Kurma / Sorakai Kuzhambu / kolambu / lauki / Dudhi / Anapakaya / Sorakaaya
Ingredients -1 1 small or (1 cup chopped) Bottle gourd 2 medium size Onion (finely chopped) 1 count Tomato 1″ inch Ginger crushed 3 cloves . . . → Read More: Suraikai Kuzhambu
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
Chivda is a kind of crispy snack prepared with roasted poha, puffed rice and combination of nuts and dals. This version is slightly healthy as its roasted in traditional oven instead of deep frying. You can make this ahead time and store in air-tight container to retain freshness. Just serve as a tea time . . . → Read More: Oven Roasted Poha Chivda
Quinoa pronounced as Keen-wa /Kin-wa is grain like seed which is packed with nutrition. I’ve been trying to incorporate this in our Indian cooking and found Idlis are the best way to introduce this new grain. Its quite mild when made this way and doesn’t interfere much with the taste. You can gradually adjust . . . → Read More: Quinoa Idli and Dosai
This is one classic example of Indo-Chinese dish which can be savored as an appetizer or served as a side for fried rice and noodles as well. I have always been a great lover of Indo-Chinese food and this one is my favorite.
Ginger Chicken / Indo-Chinese Chicken / Spicy chicken /
Ingredients 4 . . . → Read More: Indo-Chinese Ginger Chicken