Explore Vegetarian, Potato and more!

‘Dibba rotti’, when literally translated from Telugu to English, means ‘stout’ roti or bread. However, it a type of traditional pancake.

‘Dibba rotti’, when literally translated from Telugu to English, means ‘stout’ roti or bread. However, it a type of traditional pancake.

The word, ‘pulao’ ushers vivid and warm memories of my college days, when we used to stay in the hostel during our graduate days. Coincidentally, my younger sister, Pari and I were studying in the same pharmacy college and had to cook dinner as there was no canteen in the women’s hostel. Thus, in the evenings after coming back from college, after lazing in our friend’s rooms and chatting, the arduous task of preparing pulao used to start at around 7.30 pm. As we were amateur cooks, we…

The word, ‘pulao’ ushers vivid and warm memories of my college days, when we used to stay in the hostel during our graduate days. Coincidentally, my younger sister, Pari and I were studying in the same pharmacy college and had to cook dinner as there was no canteen in the women’s hostel. Thus, in the evenings after coming back from college, after lazing in our friend’s rooms and chatting, the arduous task of preparing pulao used to start at around 7.30 pm. As we were amateur cooks, we…

Mango And Coconut Kheer Can tasting and savoring any dish transport you to paradise? Yes, indeed when you taste Mango and coconut kheer! I tried hard not to savor this kheer as I am trying to be calorie conscious these days. But I was forced to abandon all my strong inhibitions, forego my willpower and help myself to a cup of this ambrosia! I was trying to make mango and coconut barfi, thanks to the recipe shared by Shital Raje and Soni Jeswani. But when I tried to make it, it turned out ...

Mango And Coconut Kheer Can tasting and savoring any dish transport you to paradise? Yes, indeed when you taste Mango and coconut kheer! I tried hard not to savor this kheer as I am trying to be calorie conscious these days. But I was forced to abandon all my strong inhibitions, forego my willpower and help myself to a cup of this ambrosia! I was trying to make mango and coconut barfi, thanks to the recipe shared by Shital Raje and Soni Jeswani. But when I tried to make it, it turned out ...

Many years ago, rewinding 25 years back, when I was a teenager, I remember, visiting my grandfather’s place in Jamshedpur. My youngest and most loved aunt, Padmini Atta, enthusiastically, exclaimed that she would make 'Ghugni’ for us. We were wondering which exotic dish this would be. She was a teacher and told us that after she was back from college, would treat us with this dish. So in the evening, she entered the kitchen, and we waited patiently, until she finished her cooking. After a…

Many years ago, rewinding 25 years back, when I was a teenager, I remember, visiting my grandfather’s place in Jamshedpur. My youngest and most loved aunt, Padmini Atta, enthusiastically, exclaimed that she would make 'Ghugni’ for us. We were wondering which exotic dish this would be. She was a teacher and told us that after she was back from college, would treat us with this dish. So in the evening, she entered the kitchen, and we waited patiently, until she finished her cooking. After a…

Chutney # 26 Here comes my 26th chutney recipe! Cabbage is usually available in the market throughout the year, and usually at economical price too. Sometimes I wonder how can I make a tasty dish with this vegetable? Yesterday, I found an answer to this, by making the Andhra style cabbage and tomato chutney. And coupled this tangy chutney with dosa’s made from leftover rice!

Chutney # 26 Here comes my 26th chutney recipe! Cabbage is usually available in the market throughout the year, and usually at economical price too. Sometimes I wonder how can I make a tasty dish with this vegetable? Yesterday, I found an answer to this, by making the Andhra style cabbage and tomato chutney. And coupled this tangy chutney with dosa’s made from leftover rice!

Traditional Andhra Vankai Kura (Brinjal Curry) This tasty Vankai kura (the Telugu word for Brinjal dry curry) can be prepared within 10 minutes with a few basic ingredients. My moher-in-law often used to preapre this yummy curry. One will not find this recipe in the common recipe books. Thus be sure to note this down or bookmark it! Note:* I will share the recipe for the vankai kura podi in my upcoming next post. This podi can be used to prepare tasty ridge gourd curry too (the procedure ...

Traditional Andhra Vankai Kura (Brinjal Curry) This tasty Vankai kura (the Telugu word for Brinjal dry curry) can be prepared within 10 minutes with a few basic ingredients. My moher-in-law often used to preapre this yummy curry. One will not find this recipe in the common recipe books. Thus be sure to note this down or bookmark it! Note:* I will share the recipe for the vankai kura podi in my upcoming next post. This podi can be used to prepare tasty ridge gourd curry too (the procedure ...

Since the start of this year I have been trying to capture my blessings, grateful moments in a journal. I call this my ‘gratitude diary’. Yes, I am not easy all the time to be grateful and happy. However I am making a conscious effort to be cheerful and happy in life! When I came across, The Blessed Project, by Susie on her blog, https://susielindau.com/2016/11/22/join-the-blessed-project-and-link-up-your-blog/, I immediately thought of sharing my blessings via my blog. Here are some of my…

Since the start of this year I have been trying to capture my blessings, grateful moments in a journal. I call this my ‘gratitude diary’. Yes, I am not easy all the time to be grateful and happy. However I am making a conscious effort to be cheerful and happy in life! When I came across, The Blessed Project, by Susie on her blog, https://susielindau.com/2016/11/22/join-the-blessed-project-and-link-up-your-blog/, I immediately thought of sharing my blessings via my blog. Here are some of my…

Pinterest
Search