Sometimes we go home with no energy left to even prepare dinner. Sometimes we yearn for some delicious food that is simple to make and not much hassles. This is one such dish.
Forgot to soak chickpeas for dosa? Don’t have coconut for chutney? Don’t have time to cut veggies for sambhar. Well this is rescue potato curry.
Alternate to usual chutney for your dosa this is a quick chole curry version
Kerala style mutton curry with roasted coconut is a must have when you are expecting guests at home or its a celebration at home.
Hello. So I love all things roasted. I mean I think so…Roasted potato, roasted sweet potato, roasted brinjal, roasted cashew, roasted tomato,etc. I mean the person who might have invented this brilliant idea must be a genius. Roasting gives a earthy flavor to the ingredients which is not only healthy but also yummy. So this…
Comfort food from South India. Medicinal as well as comforting this tomato rasam is good to go as a soup too.
Radish radish everywhere….what shall I do? What shall I make? So bored of parathas and so bored of sabji, give me a nice makeover O’ chef.
A world famous side curry for appams. Vegetable stew is simple for the cook as well as for the stomach too.
A family recipe of a different variety rasam. Good for digestion and provides dietary fibre and proteins.
Matar or green peas is one veggie everybody loves. There are so many ways to use this beautiful veggie. This curry is perfect for your lunchbox rice or roti
Dal chawal is a popular dish in north India. This recipe also includes bottle gourd adding to the health index.
This is simple yogurt curry which is a regular in every Malyalee’s home. Usually served with rice, this is a different version on Kadhi.