Rava Kesari / kesari bath is one of the common sweets made in my home in regular intervals. Mostly my mom makes this on Sunday evenings with hot pakoda and coffee. Also this is made as a neiveydyam […]
The word Navarathri means nine nights. We celebrate Navarathri five times during the year- Vasantha navarathri, Ashad navarathri, Sharadh navarathri, Paush navarathri and Magha navarathri. Sharadh navarathri is the most important navarathri and is called as the Maha navarathri. It is celebrated […]
Sundal is a traditional South Indian dish prepared with legumes. It is offered as neivedhyam or prasadh for the Almighty during pooja, especially on Navarathri days. It is very healthy, rich in protein and can be had with coffee or tea in […]
Sweet Rice Jaggery Puttu / Arisi Vella Puttu is a traditional naivedhyam dish for Navrathri fridays in my home town. Also for Puberty event, this is one of the important sweet dish we do. Its a little complex recipe, but finally the […]
Vallarai / Brahmi leaves Chappathi is a nutritious and healthy one. Brahmi leaves are traditional plant in ayurvedic medicine. This is used in Ayurvedic medical practitioners for centuries for a variety of purposes, including improving memory, reducing anxiety, and treating epilepsy. It […]
Sabudhana Vada is a popular Maharashtrian snack that is deep fried and served with green chutney. In other parts of India, it is consumed mostly during fasting or vrat. But I always love to make it in Appam pan which consumes very […]
Ven Pongal is a traditional South- Indian tiffin which is very easy to make. It is also offered as a prasadham in many temples. The right quantity of water, cooking the rice is the most important step in making pongal. If the […]
Ivy gourd sabzi / Thondekayi palya is a simple sabzi with tamaraind and masala powder. It is known as tendli or tindora in hindi. Ivy gourd / Thondekayi / Kovakkai is a popular vegetable in India which is often confused with pointed […]
Vinayagar Chathurthi is celebrated to honour Lord Ganesha. He has different names like Ganesha, Pillayar, Vinayagar, Moshika vaahanar. He is the God who removes obstacles. Whenever we start some new ventures in life, first we offer prayers to Pillayar. A coconut is broken […]
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