Snake gourd dal curry: To make the dal curry more nutritious, I add veggies to it. Here is a simple and an easy to make snake gourd dal recipe. This recipe tastes good with ridge gourd as well. On days when I’m caught up with lot of work, I prepare this curry and its indeed a quick make. Ingredients: For pressure cooking: 1/2 cup dal … Continue reading Snake Gourd Dal Curry – A Quick Make
Drumstick Brinjal kara kuzhambu recipe: My mom prepares this curry so often as its easy to make and doesn’t take much of your time. I like the flavour that drumstick adds to the curry. It tastes best with rice. I don’t prefer this as a side for idli or dosa. Ingredients: 1 medium sized onion(finely chopped) 1 & 1/2 medium sized tomato(blended into purée) … Continue reading Drumstick Brinjal Kara Kuzhambu/Curry – A Quick Make!
Mor kuzhambhu/ Buttermilk curry recipe: It’s all about pre-preparation, grinding, mixing and very little cooking, I’d say. Is there anyone out there who doesn’t like this curry, then it would be a surprise. Especially, vegetarians would love this recipe. Ingredients: 1 cup curd + 1/2 cup water 3/4 cup okra(cut into 1 inch pieces) 1/2 tspn turmeric powder Salt to taste For grinding: 1 tblspn … Continue reading Okra Mor kuzhambhu/ Buttermilk curry
Green Peas Cauliflower Korma: There’s always a difference in the taste when the ingredients are freshly roasted and grounded…So flavourful and aromatic…This is one such recipe… It compliments best with roti, dhosa and idli.. Ingredients: 1/2 cup fresh green peas(pressure cook for 2 whistle) 1 cup cauliflower florets(parboiled) 1 medium sized onion(cut into large pieces) 1 big tomato(quartered pieces) 4 tblspn thick coconut paste 6-7 … Continue reading Green Peas Cauliflower Korma
Methi leaves(Fenugreek leaves) sambar recipe: I’m fond of greens sambar especially methi leaves and drumstick leaves sambar. I have tried varying the spice levels on many occasions and finally settled to this one recipe with very little ingredients – tastes really good and the taste of methi leaves stays intact in the sambar. I’m extremely satisfied with the outcome and so decided to share the … Continue reading Vendhaya keerai/Methi leaves Sambar – A Must Try!
White chickpea curry recipe: This is one of my all time favourite recipe that I’ve learnt from my mom. All credit goes to her. Tastes good with idli, dosa, roti and rice. Ingredients: 1 cup chickpeas ( soaked overnight and boiled) 2 medium size potato ( boiled & halved) 1 & 1/2 medium sized onion (finely chopped) 2 medium sized tomatoes( blend it in a … Continue reading White Chickpeas Curry : Yum-Yum !
Egg Curry recipe: I usually make egg curry without the veggies. This time for a change, I’ve included drumstick and potatoes. It was flavourful, aromatic and tasted really good that I wanted to share the recipe on Sarah’s Kitchen. Ingredients: 4 eggs (boiled) 1 Medium sized potato (cut into 4 pieces and pressure cook for 1 whistle) 1 drumstick (cut into two inch pieces) 1&1/2 … Continue reading Egg Curry with Veggies – Flavourful & Aromatic
Mushroom Curry recipe : Poorani is practising general dentistry in Oman. She was one of my best friends in school. She has tried and liked this recipe of her own make with South Indian flavours in it. Ingredients: Button Mushroom – 1Cup Onions – 2 no – finely chopped Tomato – 1 finely chopped Ginger garlic paste – 2 tablespoons Coconut milk – 1 cup … Continue reading Mushroom curry – Guest contribution from Dr. Poorani
Mutton Curry – Idichadhu/Pounded, I’m very fond of olden day kitchen equipments that’s been replaced now by mixer and grinder . The thought of owning one for myself was so much so that I decided buy a pounding equipment – I got a mortar and pestle made of stone sometime back. Ever since, I felt difference in the taste and smell of the dishes – … Continue reading Mutton Curry – Idichadhu/Pounded
Raw Papaya Curry Recipe: Given the nutritional value that raw papaya carries, I’m inclined to using it in more of my preparations like salad, vegetable side dishes, veg and non-veg curries Here, I have used potatoes and peas with raw papaya. We could use radish, carrot, kohlrabi, white chenna – all variations taste good for the same recipe. If you love non-veg, prepare curry with mutton … Continue reading Raw Papaya Curry