Mor Keerai is a fragrant stew / curry featuring spinach, yogurt and coconut that is best eaten with steaming hot rice! This is naturally gluten free, and makes a light summer meal. Tamil vegetarian cooking, like… [Continue Reading]
Oats for dinner is a nourishing bowl of oats cooked with ginger, chillies and loads of seasonal vegetables, topped with a protein of your choice, to make a fully balanced meal in a bowl This… [Continue Reading]
Tomato Chutney for Idli and Dosa| Spicy South Indian Tomato Chutney Recipe My kitchen garden is on a tomato spree and I can’t help but be inspired to cook with this fresh produce. A batch… [Continue Reading]
White beans recipes | White Beans Sundal – South Indian style snack with spices and coconut In South Indian homes, sundal is the mainstay of prasad offered during Navratri festival days. This prasad is served… [Continue Reading]
Recipe for Cabbage Chutney | In Indian cuisine, while tomato chutney and coriander-mint chutney hold the top spots for popularity, almost any vegetable and fruit can be made into a chutney. These not only increase… [Continue Reading]
Snake gourd poriyal | Snake gourd recipes | Pudalangai Poriyal | Pudalangai curry This recipe is another example of the Tambrahm cuisine’s obsession with all manner of nondescript vegetables, to be more specific – gourds!… [Continue Reading]
Gongura Pulihora recipe is quick and simple. It is a sour and spicy rice dish from Andhra Pradesh, that uses one of the popular local greens- Gongura, which is called Roselle in English. Taste wise, it is… [Continue Reading]
Try this Palakkad style Raw Papaya Kootu or Molagootal, which is a mix of cooked raw papayas and tur dal. A freshly ground spice paste adds much flavour to the dish. As I had a… [Continue Reading]
Cold red rice salad with green and ripe mangoes, coconut, spinach and a spicy dressing ￼ is the perfect balance of flavours and textures. Impressive enough for a dinner party & simple enough for an everyday meal!
A South Indian Upma made healthier and filling with the use of Millets instead of rava/semolina. Naturally gluten-free and vegan too, if you use coconut oil.
Bansi Rava upma is an anytime meal, something you can make in <15 minutes. Load it up with veggies and a good spoonful of coconut oil or ghee in the end and it turns into such a fulfilling meal! An Indian version of all-day breakfast.
Source: Wikimedia commons Chow chow doesn’t mean eating twice. It is the name of a squash. Tambrahms and their obsession with all vegetables of the gourd family is legendary. Such a gourd-loving community we are. Give us a gourd and we’ll make a koottu, a curry or a thogayal out of it and call it a