2nd Nov, 2013 Navarathri is around the corner and everyone is getting ready for the celebrations. Here are a few recipes from my kitchen that will help you to choose different prasadams and sundals for each day. Click on the
20th Oct, 2012 Check out my other NAVARATHRI RECIPES HERE Navarathri is fully underway and everyone is happy munching on sundals and enjoying the golu. Kondai kadalai sundal or vella kadalai sundal is one sundal that is a crowd pleaser.
Check out my other NAVARATHRI RECIPES HERE Karamani Sundal is yet another famous sundal made during navarathri. I generally make sweet sundal out of Karamani and this time I thought I will make the salt variation. The preparation
Paal Kozhukattai is one of my Grandmother’s signature recipes. In my Patti’s house the palagaram is always accompanied with a sweet. She never makes just the savory for dinner. This is one such delicacy that we get to eat on
14th Oct, 2012 This is my second Sundal recipe for Navarathri. Since the first recipe, Moong dal sundal, was a savory version, I thought I would do a sweet sundal. Whole moong dal is very nutritious and making this as
13Oct, 2012 Navarthri is around the corner and this is the time when there is no shortage of protein in any kitchen. I love navarathri and having people over for golu. It is that time of the year when we
This is another attempt of creating an Indian recipe with apples. Earlier, I had made Apple pickle and Apple rasam to keep up with my idea of having an Indian flavor profile as a theme. Apple halwa was such a
19th Sept, 2012 Appam is a traditional South Indian sweet made as Neivedhiyam/Offering to the god during several festival and Pooja’s. There is couple of different ways to make them and this is one of them. The recipe here is
29th Aug, 2012 It was my husband’s star Birthday yesterday and I was aware of it only in the morning when my MIL calls from India to wish him. I absolutely had no idea what special to cook. Also, my
This recipe has been in my recipe book for over two years and I had not made it even once. This week, I opened up a can of mango pulp for smoothie and I had some left over from that.