Yam fry / Senai kizhanghu varuval

Yam stir fry Recipe: I prefer yam fry with sambar or curd rice. Very delicious indeed. Being a tuber vegetable, its rich in minerals and carries lot of health benefits. For easy make, I cut them into large or medium pieces and parboil. For smaller pieces, I skip the parboiling step. Ingredients: 1/2 cup yam pieces(large … Continue reading Yam fry / Senai kizhanghu varuval

Mint Rice – Lunchbox Recipe

Mint Rice - Lunchbox Recipe: If you are looking for a quick fix recipe, then mint rice would definitely serve the purpose. It tastes good with sides like potato stir fry, yam stir fry and raw banana stir fry. This is one of my favourite recipe that I learnt from my mom. It tastes so … Continue reading Mint Rice – Lunchbox Recipe

Aval Khichdi/Poha Breakfast for kids

Aval Khichdi/Poha breakfast recipe: Simple, nutritious and easy to make breakfast recipe for kids. Ingredients: 1 cup Aval/poha 1/4 cup green peas 1/4 cup carrot (cut into small pieces) 1/4 cup french beans (cut into small pieces) 1/4 cup potato (cut into small pieces) 1/2 medium sized onion 1 stalk of curry leaves Few coriander leaves … Continue reading Aval Khichdi/Poha Breakfast for kids

Mutton Curry – Idichadhu/Pounded

Mutton Curry - Idichadhu/Pounded, I'm very fond of olden day kitchen equipments that's been replaced now by mixer and grinder . The thought of owning one for myself was so much so that I decided buy a pounding equipment - I got a mortar and pestle made of stone sometime back. Ever since, I felt … Continue reading Mutton Curry – Idichadhu/Pounded

Spring Onions-Egg recipe

Spring Onions-Egg recipe: If you are looking for a mild & tasty recipe that could compliment a spicy or a tangy curry, I would suggest go for spring onions-egg recipe from Sarah's kitchen. Here's how you make it. Ingredients: 1 bunch of spring onion 2 eggs 1 tsp fennel seeds 1 green chilly (slit across … Continue reading Spring Onions-Egg recipe

Tomato-Onion Chutney Recipe

Tomato-Onion Chutney Recipe: Every South Indian households would have prepared this for their breakfast besides the popular south Indian coconut chutney, I must guarantee. while each have their own variation, I have given my own recipe below. It tastes good with Wheat and Ragi dosa. Ingredients: 2 medium sized Tomato(cut into big pieces) 1 1/2 … Continue reading Tomato-Onion Chutney Recipe

Coconut Chutney Recipe

Coconut Chutney Recipe: I have heard popular chefs talk about health benefits of raw coconut and that we could consume it guilt free in natural form. Every other week, I include coconut chutney in my breakfast menu. Its a quick make recipe Ingredients: For Grinding: 1/2 cup coconut 1/4 cup roasted gram 4-5 green chillies … Continue reading Coconut Chutney Recipe

Raw Papaya Curry

Raw Papaya Curry Recipe: Given the nutritional value that raw papaya carries, I'm inclined to using it in more of my preparations like salad, vegetable side dishes, veg and non-veg curries Here, I have used potatoes and peas with raw papaya. We could use radish, carrot, kohlrabi, white chenna - all variations taste good for the … Continue reading Raw Papaya Curry

Mint chutney

Mint chutney: Mint chutney with idli or dosa is famous in South India. It has distinct taste and is good for digestion. Mint chutney with ragi dosa is a perfect combination. (watch out for Ragi dosa recipe in my up coming post) Ingredients: 1 cup mint leaves 1/4 cup coriander leaves 1/4 cup coconut (cut into … Continue reading Mint chutney