Kaala Meen Kozhambhu/Salmon Fish Curry – I’m a regular customer of the local fish market. It used to be once a week visit and slowly it turned out to be thrice a week visit with my kanyakumari friend to hang out. I just simply love to spend time looking around the fish stall before deciding on to purchase what I wanted. With months of frequent … Continue reading Kaala meen Kozhambhu/Salmon Fish Curry – So delicious!
Ragi&Rice flour idiyappam/string hoppers: I was planning to prepare a light evening snack and I decided to make string hoppers(Idiyappam) which is a famous traditional South Indian breakfast. Usually, I make string hoppers with rice flour. I made the initial preparation of washing the necessary vessels and I was all set to make. It’s then I realized, that the rice flour quantity was less. I … Continue reading Ragi idiyappam/string hoppers – So light & delicious!
Bitter Gourd Stir Fry: I love walking through the streets with my kid beside, answering her all the way. I make it a point that I don’t do bulk purchase, so that I get to do some lil’ purchases almost everyday, a chance to increase my kid’s curiosity to know the groceries, the place, the surrounding – I find her happiness in seeing the lil’ … Continue reading Pagarkai poriyal/Bitter Gourd Stir Fry – Bitterness at its Best!
Minu Thattu Vadai: A popular snack from South India, thattu vadai is made occasionally on auspicious days in South Indian households. With few ingredients and a couple of techniques, the authentic taste of thattu vadai can be easily brought out. I’m a great fan of mini thattu vadai and anyone from salem can’t forget the taste of thattu vadai set that comes with the combination … Continue reading Mini Thattu Vadai/Thattai – So Crispy!
Radish Moong Dal Sambar: South India is best known for its Idlies, Dosas and Sambar varieties. You can expect sambar preparation in every South Indian household atleast once a week. By just varying the vegetable they end up making different sambar varieties and each vegetable infuse distinct taste to the preparation. I specifically like the combination of moong dal and radish – It’s a light and … Continue reading Pasi paruppu mullanghi sambar/Radish Moong dal Sambar – A must try!