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Mutton Kurma

Mutton  Kurma or Korma, is a mouth watering dish that is made of mutton in a coconut milk stew. This is a remarkably tasty accompaniment to idly, dosa, idiyappam, appam, roti, or rice. 374 more words

Home Cooking

Neer dosa | Rice dosa 

Neer dosa is nothing but another version of Crepe. This one is made from Rice different from how the French crepe are made but the texture of the crepe is very close to each other. 294 more words

Main Course And Indian Breads

Thai Pongal Festival - Festival Menu!

Pongal is a happy occasion, a new beginning, an occasion to rejoice and be thankful. Rice is one of the main staple grains in South India, and this is celebrated during the harvest festival of Pongal, by making two dishes – one sweet, and one savoury, using rice and lentils. 780 more words

South Indian

Akkaravadisal - Just the way Andal described it!

There are references to this delicious dessert in Andal’s nachiyar thirumozhi and Thirupavai. During my childhood days in Oppiliyappan kovil, my grandmother used to make this in a venkala paanai (bronze pot) on a traditional veragu (wood) adupu (stove).  212 more words

South Indian

Recipes from the native kitchen – series 1

Taking off from where we began last week (see previous post here), here is a compilation of some of my favourite millet recipes (mostly gluten-free) and ways to incorporate flaxseed (rich in Omega-3) into your diet. 1,156 more words


Sweet Pongal(sankranti special)

Sweet Pongal(Sankranti special)

Pongal is also known as Sweet Pongal, specially made on festivals. In festivals, especially in Makara Sankranti Pongal (Sweet and Khara/Spicy) is offered to God as Naividya. 448 more words

South Indian