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Red Chilli And Coconut Chutney

A little spicy, a little tangy and with a hint of sweetness – this red chilli and coconut chutney is sure to tickle your taste buds. You can pair this with dosas, idlis, akki roti and I am sure you will love it!Read More

Kerala Parippu Chaar (Kerala Dal Curry)

Dal or Parippu Chaar (as we call it in Malayalam) forms the first course in an Onam Sadya, Hot rice, with a little dal poured on top and some ghee drizzled over – this is how we start eating an Onam Sadya, And this is my personal favourite in the sadya too…:) Like many other […]Read More

Meen Pollichathu

Meen Pollichathu is a typical Kerala preparation wherein fish wrapped in banana leaf is grilled on the stove top. There are many different ways in which this can be prepared. Common preparations include cooking the full fish in the banana leaf – but in such cases, it is usually smaller size fish that are used. […]Read More

Mutta Kuzhalappam

You must be wondering what on earth this is..:) Well, this is a famous evening snack from Kerala and is known by different names across the state – mutta kuzhalappam (roughly translates to cylindrical egg pancakes), madakku san, elanji, love letter.. It is essentially a crepe with a sweet coconut filling. It is usually made […]Read More

Gooseberry and Ginger Immunity Boosting Drink

Gooseberry and Ginger are both known to have lot of health benefits. And make their way into different immunity boosting recipes too. An easy drink making use of both these ingredients can be a great option to serve your friends and family.Read More

Cholar Dal (Bengali Chana Dal)

After the Mango Dal from Andhra Pradesh, Dal Fry from North India and Khatthi Meethi Dal from Gujarat, our next stop for a dal recipe is in West Bengal. The cholar dal is a speciality of this Eastern India state and is again on the sweeter side like the Gujarati Dal. Apparently, people make this […]Read More

Sorghum (Jowar) Pongal

Pongal is dish from Tamil Nadu, a state in the South of India. It is made in both sweet and savoury versions. Sweet Pongal is usually made by cooking rice, moong dal (split yellow gram) and jaggery in milk, and of course lots of ghee. And when we are looking at making a healthier version, […]Read More

Tomato Rice

The state of Tamil Nadu in Southern Indian can be very well called a land of variety rice preparations. You have so many different rice preparations that you can probably go for a couple of weeks without repeating any recipe..;) And all of these are quite simple to prepare but extremely flavorful. When you are […]Read More

Cabbage Sambharo

Cabbage Sambharo is a side dish from the state of Gujarat. It is more or less like a warm salad served with rice or rotis. The only time consuming part while making this dish, I feel, is slicing the cabbage. The cooking process takes less than 10 min as you don’t cook the cabbage fully. […]Read More

Gujarati Dal

If you have been following my YouTube channel, you would know that all my thursday recipes in a month follow a theme and I call it the #themethursday! So this month, I decided to share with you the recipes of different dals, from different states of India. The first recipe I shared was the Mango […]Read More