Millets Adai is one of the easiest and no fermenting kinds of dosa. Millets are highly nutritious, non-glutinous and not acid forming foods. Hence they are soothing and easy to digest.
Avisi Keera means ‘Agathi Keerai’ in Tamil. This recipe is all about making poriyal i.e koora with these nutritious leaves. Avisi Keera Koora is an authentic dish that is usually paired up with ‘Nellikaai Pachadi’ and compulsorily made the day after Vaikunta Ekadashi for Parna Bhojanam.
Eggless Whole Wheat Flour & Oats Cookies is a delicious healthy homemade cookie packed with loads of nutrition. Anyone would love a light bite given any time of the day. Making them at home makes them extra special. Especially if you have toddlers at home then cookies are the right way to keep them happy all day long.
Curry Leaves Dosa is an authentic healthy dosa that is made with curry leaves. Karepaaku in Telugu or Karivepillai in Tamil is a shiny, aromatic and dark green leaves which is used in almost every dish that is prepared.
Muddha Rubbina Sambar is one of the tastiest sambar that you can ever have! Sambar can be prepared in many ways; this is unique because you prepare it with fresh ingredients. You can have this sambar with rice/idli/dosa/pongal.
Baby Corn koora is my most favourite poriyal and yes, it’s because of the never fading love that I have for this cute yellow vegetable. Baby Corn is not just cutie but also very healthy.
Bisi Bela Bhath is an authentic Karnataka Cuisine which means ‘Hot Lentil Rice’ in ‘Kannada’. It is a perfect blend of spices, lentils, rice and assorted vegetables.Bisi Bela Bhath is an excellent combination of carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins in one shot.
Cream of Mushroom Soup is a simple tasty healthy soup that can be made in a jiffy. Though the name suggests cream, I haven’t used any cream but just milk. Still it tastes rich and yummy.
Pumpkin Adai is a yummy nutritious dish that is made with pumpkin and dals. Pumpkin is a highly nutrient-dense food. It is rich in vitamins and minerals but low in calories. Pumpkin seeds, leaves, and juices all pack a powerful nutritional punch.
Chow Chow Thogayal is a very simple, tasty dish that is prepared with Chow Chow/Seema Vankaai/Seeme Badanekaayi/Chayote. Chow Chow contains no cholesterol and unhealthy fats, and is usually recommended for controlling bad cholesterol levels and reducing weight.