Friday, October 13, 2017

Kaju Katli Recipe | Kaju Barfi | Cashew Sweet | Diwali Special Sweets

Finally, I am sharing a much-awaited recipe in Happy's cook. I was continuously receiving requests from few readers for this recipe during the festive season and personally, two of my friends were asking this. However, I failed twice last year when I tried this. I was very upset about the outcome and I didn't want to try it anymore. When I saw the posts of other blogger friends, I literally wanted to try this year as well. Though the procedure is very simple, my failures made me think so much and I read the recipe from many websites. I had written down all the observations and tricks before starting the preparation. I took extra care in each and every step. My efforts didn't go in vain and I got the perfect katli this time. Happy and Jany liked it very much. Let us move on to the recipe:
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Thursday, October 12, 2017

Cashew Murukku Recipe | Mundhiri Murukku | Diwali Murukku Recipes | Diwali Special Snacks

Hope everyone is busy with the Diwali preparations, I am very much excited to try new Diwali snacks. The blogger in me has brought so many changes in my life and even in my wild dreams, I never thought that I will make snacks at home. I usually don't make snacks apart from regular cooking and Diwali is the time for us to relish some snacks. Both Jany and Happy doesn't prefer sweets and hence I have not tried many sweets this year. If it is murukku or any other savoury snacks, then no complaints and everything will vanish in no time. I tried this recipe from Rak's Kitchen and it came out very well. Check out my Diwali recipe collection here. Also, please check out my other murukku recipes mentioned below too:
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Sunday, October 08, 2017

Pepper Karasev Recipe | Diwali Special Recipes

Karasev is a simple and easy to make snack for Diwali. I have posted spicy garlic karasev earlier and the recipe calls for red chilli powder. Today I am sharing pepper karasev that is one of my favourites. This snack is very addictive and since we are using besan flour it may cause digestion problem. So, I advise you to add either garlic or asafoetida without fail. Even beginners can try this recipe and it will not lead you into trouble. Make sure to fry in medium flame and you will get crispy karasev. Check out my other Diwali special recipes too. Off to the recipe:
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Saturday, October 07, 2017

Bread Bajji Recipe | Bread Pakora | Easy Snacks Recipes

I was very busy over the last few weeks and I couldn't post anything here. You can follow me on Instagram for the daily breakfast, lunchbox and dinner inspirations. Also, you can sneak peek to my kitchen to know, what is happening right now at Happy's Cook. I am planning to post few special recipes for Diwali which I tried this year in the coming days. Until then please visit my already existing Diwali Special Snacks & Sweets Collection. To start with the special recipes for Diwali, today I am sharing this yummy bread bajji. When I was working in TCS Siruseri, I had this bread bajji for the first time in Ratna Cafe and from then, I am a great of this snack. Let us move on to the preparation of this yummy snack. Check out my Potato Bajji and Breadfruit Bajji as well.
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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Karamani Vella Sundal Recipe| Lobia Sweet Sundal | Black eyed beans sundal | Navaratri Sundal Recipes

Yet another sundal recipe for this Navaratri season. Karamani is one of my favourite sundal and whenever I ran out of veggies, I make savoury sundal to go with rice for lunch. In my entire sundal recipe collection, I have only one sweet sundal which I posted using green gram. Hence, I tried this Karamani sweet sundal and it came out very well. I made this Karamani sundal with mild sweetness and tempered with dry red chilli. Off to the preparation steps: 
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Friday, September 22, 2017

Thenga Manga Pattani Sundal Recipe | Beach Sundal | White Peas Sundal with Mango & Coconut | Navaratri Sundal Recipes

Happy Navaratri dear readers!! Festivals make me very happy and I am proud to be a blogger for trying different recipes during each occasion. Though I celebrate only Christmas and Easter at home, the blogging world has introduced too many festivals. I have already posted many Navaratri Special recipes and today I am sharing yet another sundal recipe. This recipe is very close to my heart and it reminds me of my Chennai hostel life. Bajji, Sudal, Fish Fry and Kwality Walls ice-cream carts from Marina beach brings so many nostalgic memories. Let us move on to the recipe:
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Monday, September 18, 2017

Broccoli Pulao Recipe | Easy Broccoli Pulao | Lunch Box Ideas | Variety Rice | Indian Broccoli Recipes

I am including a lot of broccoli in our diet considering its health benefits. I have already posted few broccoli recipes such as Broccoli Rice, Broccoli Paratha, Broccoli Stir Fry and Broccoli Potato Roast. This pulao goes well with any spicy Paneer gravy or Chicken/Mutton Gravy. Let us see the preparation steps. Check out my other pulao recipes too: 
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Sunday, September 17, 2017

Cauliflower Rice Recipe | Cauliflower Pulao | Gobi Pulao | Lunch Box Recipes | Variety Rice

Sipping a cup of coffee and composing a recipe, early in the morning before everyone at home wakes up is a pure bliss. As I type this, I am enjoying my relaxed Sunday morning at home. I wish everyone a great Sunday and let us move on to the today's recipe. Apart from the normal variety rice like Tamarind rice, Lemon Rice, Sesame Rice and Curd Rice, I always include a Vegetable rice/Pulao in my weekly lunch menu. Already I have posted Carrot Rice, Broccoli RiceRaw Mango Rice etc. To add on this list, I am sharing this easy and nutritious cauliflower rice today. Off to the recipe. Check out my other Cauliflower recipes too:

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Friday, September 15, 2017

Narthangai Sadam Recipe | Citron Rice | Wild Lime Rice | Lunch Box Recipes

Whenever I have Narthangai in hand, I always end up making Narthangai Theeyal and it is one of my favourites until now. Recently, my neighbour gave me few Narthangais and after making theeyal and Narthangai Pickle, I had one remaining narthangai. To make use of it, I tried this rice similar to the lemon rice recipe. It was super delicious and the flavour was really amazing. This rice can be packed for lunch box or during travelling. Let us move on to the preparation steps:

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Pepper Chicken Kuzhambu Recipe | Pepper Chicken Gravy | Pepper Chicken Masala

I received requests from readers for the recipe of pepper chicken. Also, one of my friends personally pinged and asked this recipe.  Though I make dry pepper chicken often at home, I somehow missed posting the recipe here. Recently, in Instagram when Mullai posted a picture of pepper chicken with rice, I was very much tempted to try. I bookmarked the recipe from her blog and gave it a try this weekend. It came out super awesome and I am here with the recipe. I will be posting the dry pepper chicken soon. Check out my other Chicken recipes too. Let us move on to the recipe:
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Friday, September 08, 2017

Strawberry Ice Cream Recipe | Eggless Strawberry Ice Cream(without ice cream maker) | Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream | Summer Special Recipes

Finally, we are entering the spring season in Sydney. Supermarkets are loaded with lots of strawberries and to make use of the season, I tried this super creamy strawberry ice cream. It turned out so delicious and we are relishing it even after a week. Strawberry is one of my favourite flavours in almost everything. Though there were many flavours of ice creams in the market, I always end up ordering strawberry ice cream. Making it at home is a dream come true. The preparation is very simple with just 3 ingredients and now, we will see the steps involved in the making. I have already posted Mango Ice cream and Mint Oreo Icecream. Also, check out my other Strawberry recipes that I posted last year:

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Thursday, September 07, 2017

Jackfruit Appam Recipe | Chakka Unniyappam | Jackfruit Fritters | Jackfruit Sweet Paniyaram

Unniyappam brings me so many childhood memories and it is very close to my heart. I make it quite often at home since we all love it. It is a no fail recipe and I am confident to try it for any potluck or get-togethers. I have already posted the regular unniyappam(with rice flour, banana) and wheat flour Banana appam. Recently, when I tried Ela Ada with jackfruit, I reserved some jackfruit pieces for making this appam and it came out so well. Without any delay let us see the preparation steps:
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Saturday, September 02, 2017

Inji Thayir Recipe | Kerala Style Ginger in Yogurt | Onam Sadya Recipes

Today I am sharing one of the simplest dishes found in the Onam Sadya, Inji Thayir. Ginger has many medicinal values and it helps in the easy digestion after heavy meals. Though the recipe can be given in one line, I wanted to record it under my Onam Sadya Menu. Without further delay, let us move on to the recipe:
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Friday, September 01, 2017

Ulli Theeyal Recipe | Shallots(small red onion) Theeyal | Kerala Style Ulli Theeyal | Onam Sadya Recipes

I have so many childhood memories related to today's recipe, Ulli Theeyal. My maternal grandmom makes the best ulli theeyal and mum makes it once in a while following her recipe. My grandmother was a school teacher and she uses two kitchens for her day to day cooking. She uses the traditional log wood stove for making rice and the gas stove kitchen for making other dishes. During her busy morning hours, while getting ready to school she runs between two kitchens and finishes all her cooking in style.Once she asked my uncle John about the curry he wants for lunch. He teased her and told a rhyming answer "Thulli Thulli oru Ulli Theeyal". (meaning: jump between the kitchens and make an Ulli Theeyal). From that day onwards, we call it as Thulli Thulli Ulli theeyal😅and this dish is so close to my heart. Stories apart, let us move on to the recipe:
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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Carrot Thoran Recipe | Kerala Style Carrot Poriyal | Onam Sadya Recipes

Today I am here to share another simple thoran for Onam Sadya. Jany doesn't like to eat the carrot if it is cooked. So, we eat raw carrots and I rarely make carrot thoran/poriyal at home. Last week, just for the sake of posting it here, I prepared it. Both Happy and I liked it very much. I am planning to make it often for both of us. For more Onam Sadya recipes, check out my collection here. Off to the recipe:
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Sunday, August 27, 2017

Narthangai Theeyal Recipe | Naranga Theeyal | Citron Theeyal | Narthangai Pachadi

Back-to-back festivals are making me completely occupied with the blog. After all those kozhukattai's, I am ready to post some recipes for Onam. Do check out my already posted Onam Sadya recipes here. Today I am about to share another interesting recipe of mum which I learned from Vanitha akka. I tried it a few months back and it came out super awesome. If refrigerated and used properly, it stays well for a month. Other similar recipes are: 

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Thursday, August 24, 2017

Therali Kozhukattai Recipe | Bay Leaf Sweet Kozhukattai | Therali Appam | Ganesh Chathurthi recipes

Happy Vinayagar Chathurthi to all my friends, readers and their families. Today, I am sharing Therali Ilai Kozhukattai as my last recipe for this year's Kozhukattai collection. It is one of my mum's favorites and she makes it very often at home. In the place where my mum was working, for Karthigai Deepam, all my neighbors share us kozhukattai prepared using palm leaves. And, mum shares with them this Therali Kozhukattai. I can recollect many cherishable memories of mum if I think about this kozhukattai. It is very famous in my native since the tree with therali Ilai/Bay leaf is readily available in many houses. I prepared and clicked it during my last India trip at Jany's house since they have a very big tree in the backyard.
The strong smell of the fresh bay leaf enters into the kozhukattai/appam while steaming and gives great flavor to the kozhukattai. The house smells divine after we make this kozhukattai. My mum-inlaw helped me while making this kozhukattai and it came out super awesome. Both uncle and aunty liked it very much. I felt really happy when uncle was appreciating for the perfectly folded kozhukattai's. Do check out my kozhukattai collection too. Let us move on to the recipe:
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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Channa Masala Sundal Recipe | Kondakadalai Masala Sundal | Vinayagar Chathurthi Recipes | Ganesh Chathurthi Recipes

Hello everyone! If you are planning to make Kozhukattai for Ganesh Chathurthi, then please visit my Kozhukattai collection. Today I am sharing a sundal recipe to add on this list. When I was in Chennai, I went to my neighbor's house for Golu and I tasted this Channa Masala sundal for the first time. It was so tasty and I wanted to try it at home from that time. Last weekend, I was about to try something for Vinayagar Chathurthi and this recipe comes to mind. Immediately, I made this and we all loved it. Let us move on to the simple and yummy sundal:
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Monday, August 21, 2017

Chakka Ela Ada Recipe | Ela Ada | Elai Kozhukattai with Jackfruit & Coconut | Elai Adai

Elai Adai is one of my favorite snacks that is made in my hometown. I was planning to click Ela Ada during my last vacation to India since finding jackfruit and Banana leaf is really hard in Sydney. However, I missed it and recently, to my surprise I spotted banana leaf and jackfruit in Indian shop. I grabbed both of them immediately since I had few recipes in mind. Jackfruit can be skipped if you couldn't find it. Let us move on to the recipe:   
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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Vella Seedai Recipe | Sweet Seedai | Gokulashtami/Krishna Jeyanthi Recipes | Seedai with store bought rice flour

Advanced Gokulashtami/Krishna Jeyanthi wishes to all my dear readers. Hope everyone is busy preparing the snacks for tomorrow's festival.  To add on to my already existing Special recipes for Krishna Jeyanthi, I am sharing the recipe of Vella Seedai today. Last Friday I managed to try this vella seedai after sending Happy to school. Though it was not very much appealing like the Uppu seedai, it tasted so good. I reserved it for Happy's after school snack and I had a feeling that she will not try any. However, to my surprise, she started eating and liked it very much. She gulped almost half of the below-presented bowl in one go 😛 and I am very happy. Let us move on to the recipe: 
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Friday, August 11, 2017

Aloo Gobi Masala Recipe | Restaurant Style Aloo Gobi Masala | Potato Cauliflower Masala

Hope everyone is getting ready for the long weekend and the festivals that come after the weekend. I was planning to try many Krishna Jeyanthi recipes to post it here. However, I couldn't make any until now because of cold and fever. Hoping to post one or two recipes over the weekend. Until then please go through my special Krishna Jeyanthi recipes posted last year. Let us move on to today's recipe Aloo Gobi Masala. I always make Poori Masala or Channa Masala with poori. Recently, when I saw few florets of leftover cauliflower in the fridge, I planned to make Aloo Gobi. I followed the recipe from here and it was so yummy. Do give it a try and let me know the feedback:
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Monday, July 31, 2017

Paneer Fried Rice Recipe | How to make Paneer Fried Rice | Paneer Recipes | My 400th Post

Yet another Paneer recipe to add in my Paneer collection. I started to explore paneer recipes just for the sake of readers and I am loving it now. Now I realized the real taste of paneer and you will be seeing more paneer recipes in the future. Today I am sharing Paneer Fried Rice, hope you had seen that when I shared Gobi 65 recipe. It goes well with Mixed Vegetable Kuruma. However, I paired it with Gobi 65 since we are not very keen about the gravy for fried rice. Check out my other paneer recipes as well.
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Friday, July 21, 2017

Cucumber Raita Recipe | Cucumber Raita with Tadka | Raita Recipes

The only raita I have heard and tasted is onion raita until I started to blog. All kinds of Biryani is accompanied with this raita at home. Sometimes mum adds few pieces of chopped tomato and coriander leaves along with the onion raita. After blogging, I learned few more raitas like Boondhi Raita and Carrot Raita. Jany and Happy started showing interest in these varieties and hence I tried this cucumber raita. I am in a rush to finish this post since I am planning to make Palak Paneer and Roti before picking Happy from school. So, without any delay let us move on to the recipe:
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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Kadachakka Chips Recipe | Breadfruit Chips | Cheema Chakka Chips

I was talking about the Chips when I posted the Kadachakka Bajji and I am here with the recipe today. I have heard it from my cousins that my aunt makes Kadachakka chips and I have not tasted it until I try. On the day when I made these chips, both Jany and Happy were not at home. While making, I tried few chips, it was super tasty and I couldn't control me from eating it 😝. I almost finished the first batch and reserved the rest for them. They both really loved it and I am planning to make a big batch during the next vacation to my hometown. Check out my Kadachakka Thoran, Dried Tapioca Chips and Kerala Banana Chips. Let us move on to the recipe: 
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Monday, July 17, 2017

Shahi Paneer Recipe | How to make restaurant style Shahi Paneer | Paneer Recipes

Shahi Paneer is a royal and delicious gravy made out of paneer. I tried it for the first time in "The Spice Room" restaurant located in Darling Harbour, Sydney. It was so tasty and I wanted to try it at home. Over the next weekend, I tried it following this recipe and it turned out super awesome. It goes very well with Naan, Roti, Poori and any Pulao. Let us move on to the recipe and check out my already posted Paneer recipes as well:

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Friday, July 14, 2017

Eggless Wheat Flour Banana Muffin Recipe | Wheat Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin | Banana Muffin | Eggless Wheat Banana Muffin

I don't prefer cakes with so much of icing and I like mildly sweet plain cakes. Also, I  love banana flavoured bread, cake and muffin. For one of the Christmas during my college days, Paneer Anna brought a banana cake from a far away bakery. That is the first time, I tasted a banana cake and it tastes so delicious. Paneer Anna drives our car in native and he is a very close family friend. Hence, whenever I visit native, he will try to bring me that cake. After I started baking, I had tried Eggless Banana Walnut Muffin and Banana Bread. I was thinking about trying some whole wheat cake recipes when my sister in- law started asking about it. To my rescue Hari Chandana posted this recipe on her Instagram and I bookmarked the recipe.
In Happy's school, teachers involve kids in some kinds of cooking or baking once in a week. She loves that very much and after seeing that interest, I involve her whenever I make play dough. Recently, she was asking me to make a cake along with her. Since I was very busy arranging the new house, I couldn't bake any. Finally, two days back I tried this recipe along with Happy and it came out very well. She was very excited about the outcome and she wanted to eat one soon after it is out of the oven. She told it is very tasty and here I am with the recipe:
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Thursday, July 13, 2017

Moong Dal Tadka Recipe| Simple Dal Tadka | Dal Tadka with Moong Dal

Dal(paruppu) with steamed rice and a dash of ghee is a match made in heaven. It goes very well with potato fry, arbi fry, fish fry and chicken 65. Do check out my already posted Nagercoil based Paruppu curry and Kerala special Parippu curry. When I am very lazy and prefer to eat something good then this quick dal tadka came to my rescue. Sometimes, I prefer basmathi rice rather than normal rice when I make dal tadka. Let us move on to the simple recipe:
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Friday, June 30, 2017

Gobi 65 Recipe | Cauliflower 65 | Crispy Cauliflower Fry | Cauliflower Pakoda

In my school days, I always force mum to make cauliflower recipes since it was my favourite during those days. The cauliflower recipes that I prefer changes over time. When I was in the hostel, we friends order Gobi Manchurian and Gobi 65 from a nearby hotel. After marriage, I always make Egg Dipped Cauliflower or Gobi Masala dosa since Jany prefers it that way. Now, for Happy, I make this Gobi 65 since she prefers it this way. This can also be served as a starter for Kids party and they will enjoy it. Let us move on to the recipe and do check out my paneer 65 and Chicken 65 recipes.
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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Kadachakka Bajji Recipe | Breadfruit Bajji | Cheema Chakka Bajji | How to prepare Breadfruit Bajji

We were moving to another suburb in Sydney and I was completely occupied. Hence, you could not see any new posts from me. Now, we have settled in the new house and I hope to continue blogging. Today I am sharing a recipe of Kadachakka and it is one of the favourites from my native. Jany's house has Kadachakka tree in their backyard and my mom-inlaw makes yummy thoran with that.  I have already posted her recipe of Kadachakka thoran. During my recent India trip, we visited Jany's aunt and she served us this bhaji. It was so tasty and I asked her the recipe immediately. After I returned to Sydney, I saw breadfruit quite a few times in Udhaya. It really tempted me to buy and I bought one. I prepared bajji with half and chips with the remaining. I will be posting the chips soon. Check out my Potato bajji recipe as well. Let us move on to the recipe: 
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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Mango Lassi Recipe | How to make Mango Lassi | Mango Recipes

I am back to the blog after a long time and the break was not intentional. I was a bit occupied with my personal things and I was really lazy to post something here. When people started to ask about my absence from the blog, I realised the long break. I sincerely thank each one of you who personally messaged, emailed and rang me to ask about the break. Hope everyone in India is relishing the delicious and juicy mangoes. In my part of the world (Sydney), we are entering the winter season and mangoes are not in season. In Australia, we get mangoes in December.  However, I have few mango recipes in drafts from the last season and I thought of posting it now. Let us move on to the recipe. Do check out my other Mango recipes from the blog:

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Friday, April 21, 2017

Radish Sambhar Recipe | Mullangi Sambhar | Sambhar Recipe for Rice

Jany loves Sambhar very much and especially he likes the Capsicum Sambhar. I always try to explore different sambhar recipes. Once my friend, Florence was sharing her lunch scene with radish sambhar. It reminded my hostel days and I almost forgot this sambhar until I saw her photo. I was very much tempted to try it and I was waiting for the availability of white radish in the market. However, I was able to find only the pink radish and I end up making with it. There is no compromise in the taste and it turned out super yummy. Check out my other sambhar varieties like Mixed vegetable sambhar, tiffin sambhar and varutharacha sambhar too. Let us move on to the recipe:

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Sunday, April 16, 2017

15 Easy Chutney Recipes | Chutney Recipes for Idli/Dosa | Easy ChutneyVarieties | Side dish for Idli and Dosa

I have compiled 15 different varieties of delicious and easy chutney recipes below. They are the best side dish for idli and dosa. It can also be served with Upma, Pongal and Vada. Click the thumbnails to go to the respective chutney recipes. Apart from the chutney recipes, do check out my Tiffin Sambhar, Vada Curry and Idly Molagai Podi recipes as well.
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Warm Regards,
Happy's Cook - Divya
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Saturday, April 15, 2017

Raw Mango Chutney Recipe | Raw Mango and Coconut Chutney | Chutney Recipes for Idli/Dosa

I am planning to do a roundup post with all the chutney recipes on my blog and hence thought of posting my last chutney recipe from the drafts. I saw this mango chutney in Chef Venkatesh Bhat's show Samayal Samayal and it attracted me to try it. I made few modifications based on my taste buds and prepared the chutney. It came out super delicious and here I am posting it as the 15th chutney recipe. It goes very well with Idli/Dosa. Do check out my other chutney recipes here. Let us move on to the recipe: 
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Friday, April 14, 2017

Pineapple Kesari Recipe | Pineapple Rava Kesari | Pineapple Sheera | Pineapple Kesari Bath

Happy Vishu and Happy Tamil New Year to everyone out there. Hope you all are enjoying the long weekend. I have not prepared any special items to celebrate this occasion since it is Good Friday. We were busy with the Good Friday rituals in the church and the day went peacefully. Before winding up the day, I thought to share a special recipe of Pineapple Kesari from my drafts. 
During my recent India trip, dad got us few fresh pineapples and it was very tasty. After having few slices of pineapple, I thought of making few dishes using it. I made this pineapple kesari for our special lunch during the church thiruvizha in my native. It came out very well and everyone liked it very much. My uncle (Jany's dad) was asking for a second serving of the kesari since he liked it. Check out my other Kesaris like Milk Kesari, Rava Kesari, Aval Kesari, Semiya Kesari and Wheat Flour Kesari as well. Also, check out the other pineapple recipes from the blog: Pineapple pachadi and Pineapple upside down cake.
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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Payaru Kanji Recipe | Green Gram Rice Porridge | Cheru Payar Kanji | Pachai Payaru Kanji | Payaru Kanji with Thengai Chammanthi | Good Friday Special

Payar Kanji is a comforting and traditional food for many Keralites and for people from Kanyakumari District. It is very nutritious, filling and easily digestible.  My mum and grandma make this payar kanji at least once in a week and it is very close to my heart. Still, I follow the tradition and make it once in a week for dinner. It is very easy to make and it goes very well with coconut chammanthi or pickle. Whenever I feel bored to cook or I am sick, we end up making this since it is nutritious than buying from hotels. Since Good Friday is nearing, I thought of sharing this recipe on the blog. We make Payaru Kanji for lunch on Good Friday and even in Churches, it is served. Check out my Cheru payar Thoran which goes well with Plain rice Kanji. Traditionally, they make it in a big pot. However, you can make it in a pressure cooker too. (check notes)Let us move on to the preparation of kanji:  
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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Red Capsicum Chutney Recipe | Red Bell Pepper Chutney | Chutney Recipes for Idli/Dosa

I am very much interested in trying different chutneys for Idli/Dosa as the side dish. I have already posted 10+ chutney recipes in the blog and to add on this list, today I am sharing yummy red capsicum chutney. Chutney with veggies are very new to me and I started to learn only after my blog. Once my TCS colleague Rama was talking about this red capsicum chutney and I was not very much interested at that time. However, she prepared it once and gave it to me for tasting. It was so delicious and it goes well with Idli/Dosa, Chapathi and also steamed rice. Recently, I tried it at home and it turns out super delicious. I made it a mildly spicy and Happy too liked it very much. Let us see the preparation steps:
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