This is a simple, quick chutney recipe. It’s another way to add healthy beetroot in your family’s diet. The contrasting taste of tomatoes, chilies, and beet roots is sure to please your palate.
Rava Ladoo’s, also referred to as Semolina or Cream of Wheat is a wonderful sweet dish that is relatively simple to make. This recipe, if followed correctly, will give you yummy soft ladoos, that’s sure to be loved. Hope you and your family enjoy it.
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.
This is a simple, quick to prepare, tasty chutney for your idlis and dosas. Manoj even likes it with Chapatis (not me, though). It is a common preparation in our community in India (Devangar Chettiar’s). The idea might sound weird, but try it, you won’t be disappointed. Nila loves it. I am sure your tots will love it as well.
Potato bonda or Aloo Vada is definitely an all time favorite for many. Every indian home probably has it’s own famous aloo vada recipe. If you are only used to the North Indian preparation, the south indian seasoning in this recipe will surely offer you a variation.
Another wonderful dish with Mung beans. This is one of our favorite dishes. It’s very healthy, nourishing, and easy on the stomach.
A delicious simple rice dish, flavored with a wonderful combination of spices.
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.
This is a much loved dish I grew up having often. It is a wonderful accompaniment for Hot Idlies, dosas, uthappam and wheat flour dosas. It’s sure to make you lick your fingers dry.