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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