The Thattai Murukku recipe is a traditional recipe from back home. The tips my mom passed down are detailed in the procedure as well. So follow them and you’re sure to end up with a wonderfully tasting crispy Murukku’s, that will also be very light in oil.
Another wonderful dish with Mung beans. This is one of our favorite dishes. It’s very healthy, nourishing, and easy on the stomach.
This is a south indian version of the Ragada Patties. The dish is very famous, especially as an eat-out chaat / snack. We’re sure you’ll fall in love with this too.
A wonderful no meat, no onion, no garlic, chili recipe! This is a recipe we found online and adapted to meet our specific diet requirements and taste. But no worries, you’re sure to savor the taste, the smell, and the full experience of a chili. The recipe makes 6 – 8 servings.
Mung Dosa (Pesarattu) is a traditional nutritionally packed healthy south indian dish. Very often these dosas are unliked by many due to their dry nature. However, the below recipe makes soft, moist dosas, even your children will love.
A wonderful Indian style Brown Channa Bean Side salad recipe, suitable for both vegetarian and vegan diets.
A wonderful, healthy soup for crisp fall / winter weather. Lentils easily absorb flavor, so feel free to vary the seasoning to please your family’s palate. Lentils are known for their high levels of protein, fiber, and iron. In addition, they also contain folate, vitamin B1 and minerals.