Alu paratha or potato stuffed Indian flatbread is possibly the most popular stuffed paratha. I have never met anyone who did not like a hot alu paratha straight off the tava, served with a cube of butter that melts in the heat of the paratha to make a small pool of fatty goodness to top the carb ind
Brown rice, red rice, quinoa, amaranth, barley, millet, foxtail millet – all these grains are getting a good share of limelight these days and rightfully so. The difference between polished and refined grains and the ones above is that they are processed less, thereby lesser chances of them being st
Green Goddess Smoothie, a step closer to your fitness goals.
Fenugreek or methi is one of my favourite greens. In Bombay markets, we would find two varieties – one with the bigger leaves, somewhat milder and ones that were sold in tiny tight bunches, small leaves, more like shoots, and these were intensely flavoured. I don’t seem to find the latter in Bangalore, so I make do with the big leaf variety. Methi greens are bursting with freshness in winter and the aroma wafting through the kitchen is so delicious and warming on a winter day
The more I make resolves to blog regularly, the more irregular I become. The A-Z of Tambrahm cooking, didn’t quite reach Z but I promise I’ll work on it each time a recipe presents itself. If you’re wondering what I’ve been up to, the answer is ‘a few things’ I’m one of the four bloggers in the orga
How to make the perfect dosa – tips and tricks and the recipe included, along with videos.
A recipe for Puli Aval / Tamarind Poha, one of my favourite tiffin dishes that my great-grandmother would prepare for us. This is her recipe and I’m sure you’ll love it as much as I do.
Hot breakfast in 5 minutes, and it’s not cereal or toast or a fried egg! Or a smoothie for that matter. It’s this amazing thing called ‘dhideer sevai’ or instant rice noodles which you absolutely must stock in your kitchen. Unlike Maggi or any other 2 minute noodles, you don’t have to cook them. Imm
Bear with me. More kiddie recipes coming your way. It’s holiday time and I’m trying to combine my love for cooking, my son’s gourmet palate and his endless two week long vacation to do something productive. I keep buying a kilo of apples each time, with intentions of making an apple pie. As the days
I baked this partly whole wheat bread with flaxseeds this week. The only problem with baking your own bread is you can’t stop eating it. The possible upside is that you can slice your bread as thin as you want to 🙂 I can almost see all those of you who bake your own bread nod your heads solemnly.
Foxtail Millet Idlis are made using the rava of foxtail millet. A delicious whole grain idli with a lot of nutrition, perfect for a filling healthy breal
How to pack a perfect kids’ lunchbox – practical tips and tricks