How to make chettinad nei kozhi recipe with step by step pictures - Chettinad version of ghee chicken is my current favorite chicken recipe. The aroma of freshly ground chettinad masala makes your kadai a heaven :D The dish is purely made in ghee, you can opt for oil too. I have made it almost 5 times in a month. I have shot step by step pictures when I made it for my husband's potluck party and hence you see bite size chicken pieces :) When it is for home, I use the leg pieces. And this recipe is an inspiration from chef shree periakaruppan. I have been wanting to try it it since she made it for the puthuyugam cookery show and here it is on my plate now! This perfect show stopper goes well with white rice or roti or any...Read More
Homemade Limca recipe with step by step pictures - My first summer with the husband's side family left me wondering at her cooking skill. During the onset of summer, she ( my mother in love ) starts cleaning all her pet jars and bottles, dries them up, keeping them ready for her pickles and thokkus. I have already posted few of her pickle recipes on the blog, do check them out in your free time - garlic pickle, sweet mango pickle. One such summer creation of hers became my most favourite that I packed it to office along with my everyday meal. A humble ginger-lemon-barley drink which she fondly calls as "homemade limca" because it was introduced by her sister as recipe for limca. And Of course, yes it is very much refreshing and y...Read More
Kurkuri Bhindi recipe with step by step pictures - Crispy Kurkuri Bhindi with a cup of chai is anytime tea time favourite. The desi masala flavours with every bite will make you forget the preservative loaded air packed kurkure packs :) It will be ready in no time, yes believe me just after the door bell rang and before your kids could unpack school bags and refresh themselves. Serve a bowl full of greeny healthy bhindi fry with tomato ketchup or masala flavoured hung curd dip. And I am sure, your homework co-working time is going to be easy :D Btw, will you tell me how is the new look of the blog ? :)
#FoodforSoul - One thing that I missed about blogging is writing food for soul. Having left my blog untouched for a long time, I ...Read More
Summer is here means weekends are spent at home. So, here is what I came up with for a good family time. Chop chop all your favourite fruits, sandwich chia mix in between, chill the cup, scoop it out and enjoy. You hate or love summer, this colourful vanilla chia pudding will be a definite treat :) Do try it out.
#FoodforSoul - Quickly sharing what flashed before my eyes this morning -
She’s up before dawn, preparing breakfast for her family and organizing her day.Read More
She looks over a field and buys it, then, with money she’s put aside, plants a garden.
First thing in the morning, she dresses for work,
rolls up her sleeves, eager to get started.
She’s like a trading ship that sails to faraway pla...
MUSHROOM SUKKA recipe with step by step pictures - Mushroom sukka with a mild dahi ki kadhi and hot chawal brightened up our weekend :) Summer weekends call for a not so spicy curry and the not so spicy curry calls for a spicy sidedish ;) crazy?! :D Mushrooms religiously tossed with spices along with an earthern flavor of curryleaves makes justice to India's one of the best rustic dish called sukka :) sukka is almost a dry version of masala. And this mushroom sukka will leave your dear ones asking for more, so prepared to do more :) Check out my mutton chukka and nalli chukka recipes as well.. One of the best recipes from my blog :)
#FoodforSoul - God is amazing you know! He constantl...