Another kurma/korma recipe that is easy to make, has a very unique flavor from the Soya Nuggets and is sheer meaty indulgence for vegan/vegetarian! The creaminess from coconut milk and slight tang from the tomatoes balance each other so well…a must try recipe !
Delicious deep fried fritter like goodness made from Urad dal / Bengal Gram that is airy, spongy, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside..just right to soak up all the goodness of the sambar..that is Sambar Vadai/Bonda!
Poori – a deep fried flat bread that is puffy, soft on the inside and lightly crispy on the outside. Poori and a side of curry is a meal that can be breakfast,lunch or dinner ! Check out our take on this recipe and our favorite curry to eat it with.
Aloo Paratha is the epitome of delicious Indian Flat breads! Mashed potatoes, seasoned right and stuffed into chapati dough, griddle-fried in oil/ ghee, then dunked in chilled yogurt and devoured like one has been starving for eons! Aloo Paratha ~ 3 ways!
A mild, tangy, sweet and fragrant tomato chutney, that is easy to make and goes well with anything you like – dosai, idli, chapathi, rice, etc.,. A quick and delicious Vegan Tomato chutney recipe.
Thin wheat noodles called Vermicelli/ Semiya, cooked with South Indian flavors makes the Semiya Upma. A quick fix meal, that is simple yet tasty. Add a ton of veggies, some peanuts and call it a yummy complete meal. Wash it down with some chilled buttermilk and feel absolutely satiated !
Dosas..the savory crepes of Southern India are another versatile dish that makes a frequent appearance in homes like ours. This is a quick, no ferment, easy, low carb, high protein and gluten free recipe that is tasty and pleases the kid palates as well! Win Win !
Pav Bhaji is a Mumbai street food that is an absolute favorite for every foodie who has tasted it…alright…almost every one! A rich vegetable melange, mashed to perfection , make it high in calories with butter or a low calorie version, the magic is most definitely in the mix!! Read on to understand this dish and make it to be smitten forever !!
An equal proportion of jowar/cholam/sorghum flour and soft wheat flour make for a wholesome and less guilt indulgence. Pairing this poori with a chickpea curry like the Chole, adds more nutritive value and completes the classic ensemble that is totally worthy of the deep fried binge! A satiating Sunday lunch followed by a siesta…..bliss !
Milagu aval upma or peppery poha upma is a quick and easy breakfast or tiffin item made from flattened rice. It is a very filling and nutritious item. Very popular item in the Tamil cuisine. No onion, no garlic, a generous sprinkle of brushed black pepper and some shredded coconut to elevate the taste.