MANGO RICE

MANGO RICE

Since rice is our staple dish, most of us prefer having it for lunch. But in this extremely hot and annoying summer, having hot sambhar, rasam or kuzhambu everyday does not seem very preferable at home. Moreover, standing near the stove for a long time 

JEERA RICE

JEERA RICE

Jeera rice is a simple but elegant rice dish. As straightforward as the name, it is literally rice flavoured with jeera (cumin). It is very aromatic and delicious. You can serve this rice with any North Indian side dish, and for a more simpler meal, 

KADAMBA RICE

KADAMBA RICE

Kadambam means mixing, so this Kadamba rice literally translates to ‘mixed rice’. I was on the search for making something that had a little bit of everything, all at once. I was looking for something like ‘one-pot rice’, when I found this rice here (Click 

PULIYODHARAI

PULIYODHARAI

Puliyodharai always reminds us of temples and prasadham. But apart from that, they are quick and easy to make. They taste great with just the right amount of tanginess. They can be made in various ways, they can be made by making a paste first 

TOMATO RICE

TOMATO RICE

This recipe of tomato rice is quick and easy, it is also very tasty. While, we can make tomato rice in a lot of ways, my children like this method more because it has a very restaurant style taste to it.

THIRUVATHIRAI KALI

THIRUVATHIRAI KALI

This is a sweet dish. Generally it is prepared in the month of Margazhi on thiruvathirai star (nakshatram) which is auspicious for Lord Shiva. In olden times, it was usually prepared in a heavy bottomed brass vessel called “Uruli”. Nowadays to make the task easier 

GARLIC AND HERB NAAN WITHOUT YEAST

GARLIC AND HERB NAAN WITHOUT YEAST

Naan is an Indian bread that is generally associated with restaurants because of the way they are prepared, with a tandoor. But it is also possible to make the same at home on the stove with just a pan. Its a delicious dish that acts 

PANEER BHURJI

PANEER BHURJI

A easy, tasty and delicious Paneer Bhurji dish using Paneer (Cottage cheese) goes well with chapathi or bread. It is liked by everyone and can be used as a topping for dosa also. You can make Paneer Bhurji from crumbled paneer simmered in spicy tomato