This masala egg fry elevates boiled eggs to a different level. It is a wonderful combination of black peppercorns, red chillies, and coriander seeds with a hint of cumin.
This is an easy, everyday pancake. It just takes 5 minutes to make the batter, and another 10-15 minutes to cook and serve them. Loaded with the sweetness of dates, and crunchiness of almonds, this pancake is going to win over your breakfast audience. They are sweet and moist that you can serve them without any syrup.
Kappa / Cassava – Mustard seeds, curry leaves, crushed dry chillies, and garlic, fried in coconut oil and mixed with mushy tapioca with a seasoning of turmeric and salt. For me, that’s the gooey joy of food!
Egg bhurji, to me, is like an Indian version of scrambled eggs. It’s not that a traditional scrambled eggs is not sufficient. It’s just that we love our spices, and we love to show them off!
Freshly grated raw papaya, and freshly grated coconut form the heart and soul of this dish. These fresh ingredients are stir-fried in coconut oil with shallots, mustard seeds, curry leaves and garden-fresh green chillies with a pinch of turmeric to create this tasty, aromatic, and healthy stir fry.
Pavakka theeyal is a traditional Kerala delicacy made with roasted coconut, spices and tamarind. Made with bitter gourd,this is a treat for your taste buds.
Modak is an ultimate festive treat. Rice flour dumplings filled with a jaggery and grated coconut filling, and cooked over steam, this is a great Indian dessert you can fall in love with!
Everything about this desi delicacy is celebratory. This restaurant style paneer butter masala is pure, divine Indian food at its best!
If you want to make a beautiful, elegant dessert without having to worry about spending a lot of time executing it, look no further! Caramel Custard is that ultimate delight!! Made with ingredients that you’ll always have handy at home, this classic pudding is a visual treat and offers a wonderful note to end your dinners.
I have been asked why my posts are always about chicken, meat, fish or seafood. They ask “Do you not eat (or cook) any vegetables?”. The answer is “yes, I do.” In fact, while growing up, for every meal, my mom used to serve two vegetable based curries. Even now, we have at least one vegetable dish included in our lunch and dinner meals. But, for me, the “hero” in all those meals has been the protein, which is the aforesaid chicken, meat or fish. That’s why I almost, always, post these “hero” recipes.