Vegetable Idli is a colorful and veggie packed version of traditional plain idli. They are great anytime of the day – for breakfast, lunch or snack. I remember saying in my previous post that I will try new steamed recipes this week. But here I am with good old idli. In my defense these are…
Mini Vegetable Uthappam are savory Indian pancaked that are packed with veggies and are kid friendly. Today’s mini dish for Kid’s Delight is this cute little version of our very own dosa/ uthappam. These Mini Vegetable Uthappam are very cute and kid’s will love them. They can be served just as is or stuck on…
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…
Bittergourd pitlay or pitlai is a spicy, tangy, slightly sweet and absolutely delicious side dish made with bittergourd, coconut (fresh grated and coconut milk), tamarind and jaggery.
Pepper/ Capsicum poriyal is a spicy and delicious side dish made with freshly made poriyal powder. It’s perfect to serve with some steamed rice and dal.
Dry Green bean curry with a spice paste. Serve with steamed rice and dal for a complete meal. The same spice paste can be used with cluster beans (guvar, goru chikkudukaya) or green peppers. Tastes great with mor kuzhambu and Mysore rasam.
South Indian rice dish made with freshly made spice powder. This is a great dish to use up leftover rice. Served with papad or chips, this makes a delicious meal.
A very simple potato curry and is kids favorite. It tastes great as is, but tastes even better with mor kuzhambu.
Mor Kuzhambu is a traditional dish from Tamil Nadu — it is a yogurt based dish with a spice paste. Served with rice and papad this Mor Kuzhambu and Potato curry combo is comforting and delicious.
Saravana Bhavan sambar — copy cat recipe of the popular South Indian restaurant sambar. The addition of ground masala with coriander and fenugreek seeds — it adds a lot of flavor along with the sambar powder. Also the addition of fried gram dal or putnalu makes the sambar so creamy and delicious.