Coimbatore Annapoorna Hotel Sambar Recipe, Annapoorna Hotel Style Sambar Recipe
Recipe for Coimbatore Hotel Annapoorna Sambar. Recipe as told by a cook who worked in the hotel for 27 years.
Nellikai Rasam / Gooseberry Rasam - (No Tomato, No Tamarind)
This Vitamin C rich Rasam is easy to prepare and a healthy variation to the usual rasam. In this rasam recipe, there is no tomato and tamarind, the sour taste is only from gooseberries. Though we know the health properties of gooseberry, it is difficult to make my kids eat. So I always try to find a way to sneak amla / gooseberry into their diet and this is one of it. Try and give your feedback. Check my other recipes using Gooseberry; Amla Ginger Juice / Gooseberry Ginger Juice / Nellikai…
curd rice recipe | South Indian curd rice | dahi chawal | thayir sadam
curd rice recipe | South Indian curd rice | dahi chawal | thayir sadam | with 20 amazing images. Just like khichdi is to Gujarati, rajma chawal is to Punjabi, the curd rice is to South-Indians. Curd rice is also known as thayir saddam, dahi chawal and daddojanam. A very simple dish made using the most basic ingredients, curd and rice with an authentic South-Indian tempering does not take more than 15 minutes to cook. In South India, the Kheer and mithai are served at the start of a meal. It…
Kothimira Perugu Pachadi - Coriander Curd Chutney - Indian food recipes - Food and cooking blog
A classic, versatile, refreshingly cool yogurt based chutney is Kothimira perugu pachadi which works great as a dip, a chutney with dosas, a raita with flavored rice or a simple pachadi with rice. One that can be prepared with effortless ease, a simple combination of fresh coriander, coconut and yogurt and perfectly seasoned with spices [...]Read More...
Chettinad Cabbage Kootu Recipe, Cabbage Kootu Recipe, Chettinad Cabbage Kootu
Easy and simple recipe for South Indian style Chettinad Cabbage Kootu. Tamilnadu Muttaikose Kootu Curry.
Arisi Paruppu Sadam - அரிசி பருப்பு சாதம் — Spiceindiaonline
Arisi Paruppu Sadam, Kongu nadu Cuisine , அரிசி பருப்பு சாதம், easy indian, recipes, easy recipes, paruppu sadam, south indian food
Akki Roti Recipe-How to make Karnataka Akki Rotti - Padhuskitchen
I am lucky to be in a place where there are people from different states and communities. This gives me an opportunity to learn and enjoy different cuisines. I have learn’t a lot of Kannada recipes from my friend and akki roti is one of them. The first recipe I learn’t from her is authentic...Read More
Sweet pidi kozhukattai recipe, Sweet kozhukattai recipe
sweet pidi kozhukattai recipe easy to make.sweet pidi kopzhukattai recipe with storebought rice flour.how to make sweet pidi kozhukattai recipe with video.
Karuveppilai Podi ( curry leaves powder) - Padhuskitchen
Karuveppilai podi-Curry leaves powder is made from fresh curry leaves and spices. It can be had with rice or with idli, dosa. These podis come handy when you run out of time or when you feel lazy to cook. It can be stored for a month and can be used when needed. Nothing can beat the flavor of fresh homemade curry leaves powder. Hot steamed rice topped with a tsp of ghee and curry leaves powder is heavenly.
B for Beans Paruppu Usili
When I wrote my earlier post, A is for Avial, I had forgotten that I'd have another BIG favourite dish from our cuisine - it is Paruppu Usili. I cannot proclaim my love for this enough. And I don't know of too many people who've grown up eating this, not listing it as one of their top favourites. I
Coriander Leaves Podi-Kothamalli Podi Recipe-Podi Recipes - Padhuskitchen
Coriander leaves are also called cilantro. It is a herb commonly used for flavoring and garnishing the dishes. Coriander leaves are rich in Vitamins-A, C, and K. They also contain small amount of calcium, iron, thiamin, riboflavin, folic acid. According to UK Natural Therapies website “The coriander leaves contain natural antihistamines, Vitamin-C and bioflavonoids. The...Read More
Beans Paruppu Usili
Ingredients Toor dal - 2 cups Beans - 1 cup Green chillies - 5 Red chillies - 2 Salt Asafotida Oil Mustard Curry leaves Turmeric powder Method Soak toor dal for 2 hours. Drain and grind coarsely with green chillies and salt. Steam cook the ground dal or microwave it for 5 mins and crumble it with hands without any lumps. Cook the Beans separately with 1 tbsp water and salt. Heat oil in a kadai then put mustard ,curry leaves, red chillies and asafoetida. Then add crumbled dal and cooked beans…