Again, I am back with my chutneys! Who can resist these tangy chutneys which can be savored either with plain rice, idlis, dosas, rotis or even upma? 319 more words
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Now you love sabudana and the crushed roasted peanuts (or the other non-peanut version from Radhika’s kitchen on the blog), spicy taste but were feeling guilty about hogging on deep fried vadas, here is a simple and less oily way to enjoy it all. 454 more words
Punjabis call it besan ka puda, marathis call it thalipeeth, in some north Indian weddings it is served as paneer cheela. It is usually prepared with a pancake like batter of besan (bengal gram) and spices with added onions, green chills, and finely chopped fresh coriander leaves. 460 more words
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CAT is back with yet another delicious south indian curry . This curry is called paruppu urundai kozhambu in which paruppu means lentil, urundai means small balls and kozhambu means curry in tamil. 587 more words