Kerala Style Dal (Parippu) Vegan Recipe

Kerala Style Parippu – Creamy red lentils cooked with coconut milk and ground spices. Delicious to serve with steamed rice. Today under ‘Dazzling Dals’ theme, I made a delicious Kerala Style Parippu (aka dal). Lentils are an essential part of our daily meal, so I keep looking for new ways to cook with dal. This…

Podi Idli (Idli with Spice powder) Recipe

Podi Idli is a classic South Indian breakfast that is simple and very addictive. We are starting our month long mega marathon, ‘Explore the flavors’, today. So our BM group will be blogging almost everyday this month except for Sundays. I am starting off the marathon with a classic South Indian breakfast called Podi Idli.Valli…

Sri Lankan Dal Mallum Recipe

Sri Lankan Dal Mallum is a simple everyday lentil dish that is hearty, comforting and delicious. I am starting this year’s Blogging Marathon with ‘Sinhalese Cuisine’ as the theme. Sri Lankan cuisine sounds very exotic with influences from South Indian, Indonesian, Dutch and other South east Asian cuisines. But for the first day I have a…

Jowar Dosa (Savory Sorghum Crepe)

Jowar Dosa (aka Sorghum Crepes) are healthy and delicious. We are starting the final week of this month’s Blogging marathon and my theme for this week is ‘Crepes for All time’. So for the first day I have a healthy, nutritious and delicious Jowar dosa aka jonna dosa aka sorghum crepe. These dosa don’t need…

Moong Dal Sundal (Vegan Mung bean Salad)

This healthy, nutritious and protein rich Moong dal Sundal is perfect to make for festivals. For the final day of this week’s blogging marathon, I have an easy to make, healthy and delicious Moong dal Sundal. I love lentils in all shapes and forms but I love them in simple dishes like this even more…

Jonnalu Senagalu (Sorghum & Chickpea Saute)

BM# 77: Week 1/ Day 2 Theme: Recipes with Whole Grains Dish: Jonnalu Senagalu (Sorghum/ Jowar & Chickpea Saute) For the second day of this week’s blogging marathon, I have a healthy and nutritious snack made with sorghum aka jowar (in Hindi) aka jonnalu (in Telugu). This Jonnalu senagalu which literally means sorghum and chickpeas is a…