Monday, October 01, 2018

Potato Podimas Recipe | Urulai Podimas | Urulai Kizhangu Podimas

Most of us love to have potato in any form and I too love making dishes with it. I always make potato roast to go with sambhar rice and at times I pair with other vegetables to enhance the taste. I have already shared Cauliflower masala, Long Beans poriyal and Broccoli stir-fry with Potato. Recently, I came across this podimas recipe from a Bhramin friend of mine and I love it to the core. This recipe is so simple and we can make it in a jiffy if we have some cooked potato. Let's move to the simple recipe:
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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Palak Paneer Recipe | How to make Palak Paneer | Paneer Recipes

I never thought in my wildest dreams that I will make this Palak Paneer at home because I don't like curries that are dark green. However, I tasted this Palak Paneer at a Punjabi friend's house and it tasted so yum. I started googling about the recipe and made it the next weekend following the recipe from Hebbar's Kitchen. It came out so good and we all liked it and as always this post was lying in my drafts for more than a year now. Let's see the step-by-step preparations:
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Thursday, September 13, 2018

Peanut Jaggery Modak Recipe | Peanut Jaggery Mothagam | Peanut Jaggery Kozhukattai | Ganesh Chaturthi Special Recipes

Happy Ganesh Chathurthi to everyone celebrating. I had a great time making Ulundu Kara Kozhukattai that I posted yesterday and this Peanut Modak. I shared it with my friends and they gave a big thumbs up for this recipe. During one of our regular calls, my friend Gomathy was telling that she made this peanut kozhukattai as the after-school snack for her kids. Also, she told that she usually has this powdered jaggery and peanut filling in the fridge and it comes in handy for any quick sweet fix. So, when I was planning for Vinayagar chathurthi recipes, I called and got this recipe from her. She gave an amazing tip for making the outer layer really soft and it worked like a charm for me. Let's move to the preparation steps: 
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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Ulundu Kara Kozhukattai Recipe | Ulundu Pidi Kozhukattai | Ganesh Chathurthi Recipes

Though we don't celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi at home, I have seen my mum making kozhukattai during this festival season. She makes Paal Kozhukattai, Arisi Pidi Kozhukattai and Therali Kozhukattai. When I was a kid, I don't prefer any of these kozhukattai and I started loving it when I grow up. I ask mum to make kozhukattai whenever I feel like eating it and to continue that tradition I am making kozhukattai now. Happy has slowly started showing interest in Paal kozhukattai and I want to introduce a variety of kozhukattai to her.  Today, I am sharing the recipe of ulundu kozhukattai that I saw recently in Rak's Kitchen. This can be made it for breakfast or dinner and it goes very well with coconut chutney or any other spicy chutney. Do check out the collection of my Ganesh Chaturthi recipes from the blog. Let us move to the preparation:
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Sunday, September 02, 2018

Vella Aval Recipe | Sweat Aval | Jaggery Poha | Krishna Jayanthi Recipes

Wishing everyone a Happy Janmashtami!! Today I am sharing another simple and yummy recipe to celebrate this occasion. Though I am a little late in posting the recipe, I wanted to add this to my already existing Janmashtami special recipes. This jaggery aval is one of my after-school snacks during my school days and last Friday I made it mainly to post it here on the blog. Happy liked it very much and hopefully, I should make it again for her. Off to the recipe:
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Thursday, August 30, 2018

Palkova Recipe | How to make Palkova with Milk | Traditional Palkova | Krishna Jeyanthi Special Recipes

Palkova is one of my childhood favourite sweets and I still remember the days my maternal grandfather take me to buy palkova from the nearest bakery (Sun bakery). I have tried Palkova with condensed milk earlier and I always wanted to make it from scratch. During last Diwali, I made this and we loved it to the core. I missed to post it on time as always and finally, posting it as one of the Krishna Jayanthi Special Recipes for this year. It is time-consuming but worth giving it a try. Let's see the simple recipe which uses milk and sugar as the main ingredient.
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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Long Beans Potato Poriyal Recipe | Karamani Urulai poriyal | Karamani Potato Poriyal

Beans varieties are my least preferred vegetable for making poriyal. I can eat it only in the form of paruppu usili. When I was in Chennai, my neighbour used to give me fresh karamani (long beans) from their home garden. I always end up making usili with that and once I asked her about the dishes she makes with karamani. She gave this recipe with the combination of potato. I tried it the next day and we all loved it so much. Let's see the steps involved in making this yummy poriyal:
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