I have always loved the Gothsu that they serve at the weddings as a side for steaming hot ven pongal and idli. The combination is so delightful that I end up stuffing up myself. I always make kathirikkai gothsu, but
If I am cooking just for me, maggi noodles comes to my mind right away. It is simple to make and ready in about 5 minutes. There are several discussions about how it is not safe, but I am not
Arisi upma is one of the most common tiffin or breakfast in a Tamil Brahmin house. I simply love the flavor of the upma when my grandmother makes it in the brass vessel called the uruli. There is a wonderful
I am starting this month’s Blogging marathon with the theme ‘Nashta Time’. Nashta in Hindi means breakfast whereas in South we casually refer to the evening tiffin as Nashta. Being a South Indian, I am bringing a recipe that works
25th Nov, 2014 For the second day of cooking with Lemon recipes, I chose this simple tiffin/dinner. Making sevai (rice sticks) from scratch is a time consuming process and requires the special gadget to make it. The sevai made from
For the 3rd and last day of blogging under the theme car snacks, I chose a traditional South Indian dish, KuzhiPaniyaram that is often had as breakfast or evening tiffin. Our evening tiffins on most days are in the car.
29th Oct, 2014 Barley dosai is one of the most amazing recipes that I have made in the past few days and this would be something that I will be making more often. This is a very healthy dosai recipe
1st April, 2014 Today we are beginning our journey through the states of India, one state a day. The first state that we are doing is Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh is a state situated in the Southeast coast of India.
18th Nov, 2013 Continuing with my instant idli and dosai theme for the week, I chose to make this idli recipe that I had bookmarked from Sowmya’s blog. I have recently been working on Diabetes friendly as well as heart
17th Nov, 2013 Recently after my father was diagnosed with Diabetes, I have been looking for recipes that my mother can make for him. Swathi who blogs at Zesty South Indian Kitchen had got together few bloggers to write for