Beetroot thogayal

Easy Vegan/Vegeterian Recipe with Beetroot that goes well with rice, idli and dosai. Could be used as a dip too.

Sathumaavu Biscuits

When I searched YouTube for the recipe of Sathumaavu Biscuits, the first link to pop up was from a channel named "Adhium Naanum". The minute the video began, there was a smile on my face because the host spoke Kongu Tamizh! Stanley used to make fun of me that my face would brighten up by … Continue reading Sathumaavu Biscuits

Karuvepillai Podi/Curry leaves Powder

These days,Amma is been suggesting some recipes that catches her attention on YouTube. She is like "try that thokku from Sarasu's samayal; muruku is easy to do at home, follow Revathy Shanmugham's channel..". She has her own list of favorite cookery channels now and keeps trying recipes out of her comfort zone like stove top … Continue reading Karuvepillai Podi/Curry leaves Powder

Adai

Adai is a protein rich dosai made from a variety of legumes. The choice of legumes that can be used makes it a very healthy dish. Millets can also used in substitute of rice while grinding the batter. Usually adai is quite thicker and the batter is ground and readily used for making adai whereas … Continue reading Adai

Kothamalli Thokku

Kothamalli / Fresh Coriander leaves thokku is a pickle like chutney that will stay good for a week or two when refrigerated. The thokku goes well with all tiffin items like Idli, dosai, paniyaram,etc. It requires a handful of ingredients that are regularly available in the kitchen. This is our family favorite and Amma makes … Continue reading Kothamalli Thokku

Ragi Pakoda

Ragi Pakoda is one of my favorite tea time snacks. Tastes good and comparatively easy to make when compared to bajji/bonda. Doesn't need a side dish and perfect for rainy evenings with cup of cardamom/ginger tea! What you need Ragi flour - 1.5 cups Onions  - 1 thinly sliced Dry chilies - 2 Curry leaves … Continue reading Ragi Pakoda

Pottukadalai Urundai

Pottukadalai Urundai is one of the easiest sweets that you can make within no time. This is very commonly known in our family as Minuku Urundai which translates as glittering balls. The sugar adds a glitter to the balls and hence the name. The recipe uses simple ingredients and very less or no cooking time. … Continue reading Pottukadalai Urundai