I love how a complete meal, be it South Indian or North Indian always has a pachadi/raita in it. When eating a large meal, the yogurt in the pachadi does have a very soothing effect on the tummy. It
19th June, 2014 This is my last post under the summer special recipes. Once summer comes lot of tropical fruits also arrive. Also this is the time for weddings (in India) and that is the inspiration for this pachadi. I
This is a quick thayir pachadi/raita that is made without any vegetable. I have often eaten this pachadi in the weddings and love it with sambhar rice and rasam rice. Also I like to dip my vadai into this
16th Feb, 2014 I found some fresh radish (mullangi) in my local Indian store. The radish was very tender with fresh greens attached to it. I usually remove the greens and just buy the radish, but this time I bought
22nd Dec, 2013 This recipe is from the same book, Cuisines of India, from which I made the Tamatari Kasoori Pulao. The author, Smita Chandra has captured all the festive flavors used in the ancient India’s cooking. I would have
17th June, 2013 For this week’s Blogging Marathon, I chose to work with the topic, cooking from a cookbook. There is a little twist to the theme though. Srivalli has given us a choice of few ingredients out of which
24th Jan, 2013 This is a very simple recipe which is very close to my heart. I love this pachadi whenever my mother used to make it. It packs loads of flavor from the okra and is so crunchy and
20th Nov, 2012 Raita is a perfect accompaniment to any gravy or rice dish. It acts as a perfect cooling agent when having a spicy meal. During one of our regular chats, my dear friend Deepa gave me this recipe.