Masoor dal Chutney is a very aromatic chutney made with pink lentils, garlic and spices. It is a great accompaniment with idli or dosa. It was a lot of fun exploring some very new lentils for this weeks BM theme.
26th Mar, 2015 Idli’s and dosai’s are just incomplete without a chutney to go along with it. There are days when I am short on time and we just eat our idli’s with milagai podi, but on most days I
South Indian families feast on idli’s and dosai’s very frequently. We are a little different though. If you talk to me husband, there will always be a complaint that I hardly make idli. I cannot argue because I am guilty
26th Dec, 2014 South Indian breakfast or tiffin always includes chutney as a side. I fell in love with peanut chutney when I first tasted it in my parent’s neighbor’s house. That was love at first bite and ever since
19th April, 2014 Mizoram which is one of the states in the seven sister states, means ‘land of the hill people’. It is a state in the Northeast part of India and shares the border with Tripura, Assam, Manipur, Bangladesh
25th Jan, 2014 I consider peanut chutney to be the quickest, to go accompaniment to dosai or idli or a busy weeknight. Until 3 years back, I have never eaten peanut chutney. When I went to India, my parent’s neighbor,
11th Jan, 2014 For this week of blogging marathon, I am doing combo dishes and the first one in the series is the vellai paniyaram. I have heard a lot about it, but never tasted it. The minute I hear
8th Nov, 2013 After the overload of sweets and snacks for Deepavali, this week all we wanted to eat was some simple food. I had made this thuvayal for dinner from Meenakshi Ammal’s Cook and See book. This thuvayal was