Vendakkai (Okra) Masala - A simple, healthy and delicious side from the South Indian cuisine. Learn how to make the perfect masala without the sliminess of the okra.

Vendakai Masala

Vendakkai (Okra) Masala - A simple, healthy and delicious side from the South Indian cuisine. Learn how to make the perfect masala without the sliminess of the okra. Adjust spices to your likeness.

TOMATO CHUTNEY RECIPE Tomato chutney(#LC14007):

How to make tomato chutney

This Tomato Chutney recipe made from tomatoes and Indian spices complements every most Indian dishes. Try our Tomato chutney recipe

Onion Cabbage Bonda is a quick and easy deep fried fritter made from chickpea flour, onions and cabbage. Perfectly crispy on the exterior.

Onion Cabbage Bonda

Onion Cabbage Bonda is a quick and easy deep fried fritter made from chickpea flour, onions and cabbage. Perfectly crispy on the exterior.

A super delicious and easy French Toast which requires only 5 ingredients and No Eggs. Perfect for your sunday breakfast. Vegans can use non dairy milk and butter.

Eggless French Toast

A super delicious and easy French Toast which requires only 5 ingredients and No Eggs. Perfect for your sunday breakfast. Vegans can use non dairy milk and butter. (Use Jello Vanilla pudding /pie powder filling mix in place of Custard powder!

SAMBAR RECIPE Sambar Recipe(#LC14036): Sambar is a vegetable curry with plenty of gravy mostly eaten with Idli.

How to make sambar

Chole Batura recipe (#LC14054):This tangy chickpeas preparation tastes best with crisp-fried bhatura fresh out of the frying pan.

How to make chole

CHOLE RECIPE Chole Batura recipe ( tangy chickpeas preparation tastes best with crisp-fried bhatura fresh out of the frying pan.

Coconut chutney (#LC14037) : Coconut chutney, which is the most popular South Indian dish that can be made very quickly by grinding the grated coconut, ginger and green chillies and goes along with almost all South Indian snacks like Dosas and Idli's.

How to make coconut chutney

Coconut chutney ( : Coconut chutney, which is the most popular South Indian dish that can be made very quickly by grinding the grated coconut, ginger and green chillies and goes along with almost all South Indian snacks like Dosas and Idli's.


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