Tag: South indian recipe

Thengai varuthu kottina porichuzhambu

Thengai varuthu kottina porichozhambu is one of my favourite South Indian gravies. This is one of the Kerala recipes. You can make this recipe with plantain, potato, yam, cowpeas, chick peas. The combination is Plantain-cowpeas, Plantain – Chick peas, Yam- chick peas, Plantain-potato-cowpeas. This recipe is not made in a regular basis but once this is made, there is no...

Upma

Upma is the simplest and humble breakfast that can made in a jiffy. It is also an easy recipe for beginners. It can be made with sooji, vermicelli, samba sooji. The addition of onions to upma makes it too yummy.  Roasting the rava is one of the important steps. When the rava is not roasted, the upma will be sticky...

Semiya Upma

Upma is the simplest and humble breakfast that can made in a jiffy. It is also an easy recipe for beginners. It can be made with sooji, vermicelli, samba sooji.  The recipe tastes good and doesn’t need any accompaniment. So this comes in handy when you are short of time. But you can also serve it with sugar or pickle. INGREDIENTS...

Mysore Rasam

   Rasam can be called as South Indian soup. Its literal meaning is the essence of tamarind blended with other aromatic ingredients. It can be served with hot rice. It is watery. There are different varieties of rasam and I am going to give you the recipe for mysore rasam. Mysore rasam is a soup that is prepared with lentils and...

Lemon rasam

Rasam is  basically South Indian soup, that takes a main part in their feast. There are many varieties of rasam and most of them have tamarind extract as their main item. But lemon rasam is something exceptioal, that is made without tamarind. The preparation of this rasam is quite different and very easy. You also use moong dhal instead of...

Puli inji

        Puliinji or Injipuli is a dark brown Keralite curry made of ginger, green chillies and jaggery. It is also a part of tamilnadu cuisine. It is also known as Puli inji in some parts of Kerala, South India. It is served as part of the sadhya. INGREDIENTS Ginger -1/4 cup heaped (finely chopped) Green chilli – 4-5 finely chopped Turmeric powder...

Paavakkai pitlai

Bittergourd as the name indicates, it is a bitter vegetable. So most of us have an aversion towards this vegetable. But it is an excellent source of Vitamins, magnesium, zinc, folic acid and manganese. It is very popular throughout South Asia. In Northern India, it is often prepared with potatoes and served with yoghurt on the side to offset the bitterness,...

Mor Kootaan

Morkootaan or mor kuzhambu is one of my favourite recipes. It is one of the kerala recipes. You can make this with Chembu(Colocassia), Elavan(Ash gourd), Pooshani(White pumpkin), Urulai kizhangu (Potato), vazhaikaai (plantain). INGREDIENTS Buttermilk – 250 ml or 1 large glass Curry leaves – few Turmeric powder  -A pinch Salt – As required Vegetables (White pumpkin/potato/plantain/yam) – few pieces For...

Orange skin thogayal

        Everytime when we buy oranges we will peel the skin out and eat the fruit inside and throw off the skin. The skin is a rich source of vitamin C, Vitamin A and B complex and also a source of several minereals, etc., several fold more than its pulp. So knowing all these facts no one...

Milagu rasam

Rasam can be called as South Indian soup. Its literal meaning is the essence of tamarind blended with other aromatic ingredients. It can be served with hot rice. It is watery. there are different varieties of rasam and I am going to give you the recipe for Paruppu rasam. INGREDIENTS Tamarind – medium lemon size Pepper powder – 3 tsp...

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