Instant Tiffin Sambar is a very simple dish that can be made in a jiffy. It tastes delicious with Dosas, Idlies and Ven Pongal. This does not require cooking dal and hence the name.
Samba Godhumai Rava Dosa does not require any fermentation so you can make these dosas right away!
Curry leaves are usually very underrated and we tend to pick them out from our dish. The key nutrients in Curry leaf include dietary fibers, proteins and rich supply of Vitamin A and Calcium. Other nutrients present in minor quantities include Vitamin B, iron, magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. This curry leaves podi comes as a blessing where the leaves…
Mint squash is a refreshing beverage that is prepared with fresh mint leaves. It comes in handy during summers when you are bored of drinking just water to keep yourself hydrated. This recipe was passed by my neighbor when I found it hard to make my toddler drink something, this recipe came to my rescue….
Mushroom Sandwich is a very simple, tasty and healthy sandwich. I come from a household where Bread is not our staple food so are the mushrooms. But my never ending love for mushroom ends up in the shopping trolley and also bread comes in handy when you are running out of time or mood to…
Sprouts are considered a wonder-food because of their high nutritional value. They are known as molagal in Telugu which are germinated seeds of legumes.
Nooka idlis as the name suggests is an idli made with rice nooka. It is not only simple but very tasty. The coarse texture gives a different taste from the usual idlis that is made with smooth paste. You can make this with homemade biyyam nooka or store bought rice rava or cream of rice….
Vada Pappu aka Kosambari is a salad that is made with moong dal and veggies and offered as Naivedyam to Lord Ram on Sri Rama Navami. There are several ways of preparing this and this recipe is what is followed in our home. Vada Pappu can also be made and had on any other day it…
Spring Onion Pulusu is a lentil dish prepared with toor dal and spring onion. This is a very easy and tastiest pulusu for the lunch.
Beerakai Paala Pulusu as the name suggests is an easy, tasty pulusu that is made with beerakai / peerkangaai / ridge gourd and milk i.e. ‘Paal’ in Telugu.