Ponnagani keerai kootu is a healthy and nutritious dish. It is made with the leaves of ponnanganni plant, which are rich in calcium, iron, potassium and other minerals.
Sundakkai puli kulambu is an authentic south indian delicacy made with turkey berry(sundakkai).
Healthy lunch box ideas for adults | corn pulao | corn rice recipe – here is an easy and delicious rice recipe which comes perfect to pack for lunch.
Jackfruit payasam | chakka pradhaman – a flavour payasam recipe made using jackfruit which is called palapazham
instant aam ka achar recipe | instant grated mango pickle – simple and tasty pickle you can make within 15 mins.
Milagu kuzhambu | chettinad poondu milagu kuzhambu – a great medicinal value filled recipe everyone should include in this pandemic time.
Rumali roti is a soft and thin unleavened Indian flatbread made from refined flour and it can be folded like a handkerchief.
vadu mango pickle | maavadu recipe – a pickle which can be stored for an year. Maavadu is baby mango which is very good for health.
looking for sattvic recipe??? here you go with this no onion no garlic kadamba rice which can be served at perumal temples as prasadham.. You try your homemade version :)
Kanyakumari special Munthiri kothu recipe which has a shelf life of more than 20 days
Kala jamun are light dark coloured jamun which are sweet than gulab jamun. They are made by using mawa, paneer, maida, corn flour and cardamom powder.
Rasmalai is a popular traditional dessert made by curdled full fats milk. Round discs shaped chena balls are cooked in high flame sugar syrup and soaked into thickened milk (rabdi) with nuts and pistachios. It is a popular Bengali dessert made from cow’s milk.
A traditional value filled recipe for the wellness of women’s health – ulunthu kali / black urad dal mudde
Kerala ela ada / vazhayila kozhukattai – traditional kerala delicacy which will prepare during festivals like ganesh chathurthi
Make easy pizza base at home with 6 inch, 9 inch and 12 inch pizza base in oven.
The marinara sauce is a famous Italian recipe, dating back at least to the mid-1900s; a simple and aromatic sauce, which can be used to season any type of pasta, in special way spaghetti. Very simple, cheap and quick-to-make: the authentic Italian recipe wants only 4 ingredients: tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, garlic and oregano.
Stuffed sooji idli is one of the easiest appetizer recipes.The best of all is that its colorful,tasty,instant and healthy.This is also makes an excellent appetizer for parties and also a quick breakfast or lunch.
This is one of the best and easy shrimp skewer recipe.Enjoy this Keto, Low-carb and Gluten Free food.
This is the recipe from ready made chicken sausages.In this recipe you can use any type of sausage to make stir fry dry curry but as you know that these sausages have some flavors in it ,which will give some flavor to the end outcome.As,I have used Italian flavored chicken sausages,but the outcome is lip […]
blue cheese brussels sprouts with walnuts and prosciutto is a delicious and surprising autumn combination. The combination with blue cheese is perfect.
Cinnamon butter gnocchi is an Italian carnival recipe I found on “the pasta project“. It is so special and surprising I had to try this for myself. And as carnival is happening right now, it was the ideal week to make it. This is a traditional recipe from the Veneto region in the North of […]
My blog will not be complete without posting gems from such parts of India which are hardly ever mentioned.Chhattisgarh is a State located in the centre east of the country.It borders the states of Madhya Pradesh in the northwest, Maharashtra in the south west, Telangana in the south,Odisha in the south east, Jharkhand in the […]
The Cuisine of Bihar is rich and resplendent with spices,sweet,mild and bitter flavours which combine marvellously with main course accompaniments like Rice and Roti!This recipe is extremely popular in the Tirhut and Saran areas where they say “Agar Khana Banana ka mood nahi hai to yehi bana lo” meaning “If you do not feel like […]
Occasionally I run across a recipe that is so foolproof and versatile…that it’s ‘where have you been all my life?’ This is one of those recipes. I haven’t actually followed the exact recipe, but I’ve done variations on it several times — the key is the technique. I will note that if your thighs are […]
Perfectly cooked grains of rice combine with fresh peas and whole spices to give a subtly aromatic pilaf. Pairs well with just about any curry.