Friday, 30 September 2016

Rava Dosa / Semolina Dosa

Rava Dosa, its a popular South Indian dosa variety. Rava dosa is one of the easiest dosa to make since no grinding required and no fermentation is required. Here is recipe for you all to try. 

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Carrot Semiya Payasam

Happy Onam!!

Grated carrots with our usual semiya / vermicelli payasam, flavoured with cardamom and saffron makes an ideal sweet for this festive season and its good desert for spring here in SA. I know you all like semiya payasam / vermicelli payasam. The grated carrots flows well with vermicelli strings. I made carrot payasam with almonds before, that also tastes good. Here is carrot semiya payasam recipe for you all to try. 

Monday, 12 September 2016

Papaya Pradhaman / Papaya Payasam

For this Onam and Bakrid season I am presenting a deferent payasam with papaya. I know during this festive season we can't end the feast without any sweet. 

Papaya fruit is available through out the year mostly everywhere. I know papaya fruit is not everyone favourite, it has the slight bitter after taste that put most people off. The great voyager Christopher Columbus used to refer to this fruit as "fruit of angels". Raw papaya has good source of fibre, which helps to lower high cholesterol and blood sugar level. The enzyme papain present in papaya is known to aid digestion by breaking down proteins. A glass of papaya juice is recommended as a home remedy for digestion. It has anti- oxidants that protect the body from heart diseases and cancer. Papaya is a great source of Vitamin A, B, C, and K is known as an excellent immunity booster. Its a beauty experts too, often suggest using slices of papaya as a natural skin cleanser as the active enzymes work wonders to remove impurities. Papaya is low in calories and it helps for weight loss. So try to include this fruit in your diet.  

Here is payasam recipe for you all to try. Wishing you all Happy Onam and Happy Bakrid .

Sunday, 11 September 2016

Kurukku Kalan

Kalan / Kuruku Kalan is a traditional dish from Kerala. It is one of the side dish in Onam sadya or feast. This is made by concentrating sour curds  with vegetables like raw plantain and yam.  Here is recipe for you all to try .  

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Lemon Kichadi / Cheru Naranga Kichadi

Naranga Kichadi / Lemon kichadi, I made this dish for first time. Read about this in an article and searched for recipe, got recipe from Lakshmi Nair cookbook, then I made this delicious lemon kichadi and liked it. Hope you all started planning for sadya dishes. So sharing recipe for you all to try. 

Friday, 9 September 2016

Pumpkin Pulincurry (Mathanga Pulincurry)

Pumpkin Pulincurry / Mathanga Pulincurry, its a very simple curry which can be made quickly and its a good side dish for rice. If you are not a fan of pumpkin but still you like this curry. So here is recipe for you all to try, I'm sure you all will like this curry, it tastes good the next day, so try to make previous day and serve next day. 

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Simple Mango Pickle

Simple mango pickle for this festive season. Im sure everyone will like mango pickle and its the very popular pickle in South India. There are multiple way of making mango pickle, this one is simple and easy to make.  Here is recipe for you all to try.

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Beetroot Rasam With Coconut

Onam, festival of Kerala is nearing and I know you all getting ready to celebrate Onam and from today I am posting few recipes which you can include on your Onam sadya or feast. 

Beetroot Rasam, its a special healthy rasam with freshly ground coconut masala. I was going through some recipes in one magazine regarding deferent types of rasam  and one rasam that really caught my attention was this beetroot rasam with coconut. Then I decided to make this and me and husband liked it very much. So here is recipe for you all to try. Im sure you all will like this variety rasam during this festive season. 

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