Thinai (foxtail millet) Moong dal Kichdi

My first ever post about millet. I was always finicky about trying millet and adding them into my daily food , until Someone recently told me that , Millets help in weight loss and are also easily digestible. The wrods “WeightLoss” attracted me :D.

Mysore Bonda

Mysore Bonda , a very famous tea time snack that is popular in karnataka that has its origin from Mysore. Me being a 1/4 Mysuruean (My mum is half Mysuruean) , this is quiet a common tea time snack in my household. When I was in school , my mum would make this every other…

Kara Halwa / Spicy Halwa

Kara Halwa or Spicy Halwa , I know it sounds like an oxymoron and the definition of halwa is something that is dense and sweet. But This dish is definitely dense in texture but is very spicy , in fact its tangy due to the sour curd that is used to prepare this.

Batata Vada / Urullaikizhangu Bonda

Batata Vada or Urullaikizhangu bonda , is a very famous Indian tea time snack that is made using boiled potatoes. This is generally served with coconut chutney and a nice cup of Masala Chai. TIP : While frying the bondas , increase the heat to high . While removing them from the oil , simmer the heat. Add the bondas into the oil while the heat is sim.

Broccoli Soup

Broccoli Soup , simplest way to make your little ones eat greens. A very simple recipe also very flavorful . You can literally make this soup in a jiffy. Took me about 15 minutes to make. NON PRESSURE COOKER version. Vegetables required for the soup Wash and chop the broccoli into small florets(200 grams) . Peel and roughly chop one medium sized potato. Chop two onions ,roughly . Peel two garlic cloves , finely chop half a cabbage , if you don’t wish to add cabbage then you can opt for leeks or celery. The Soup

Aloo Paratha

Every South Indian has a dream to make the perfectly plied parathas , especially Aloo Paratha . I’m one of those day dreamers who , after ‘n’ no.of attempts have finally mastered the recipe and methodology for making aloo parathas that does not tear open while plying or has very less stuffing. Some how after watching a gazillion youtube videos I have found out a way that is easy and tasty to make the perfect aloo parathas. I usually like Aloo parathas only with curd , but when I made this I had it with ‘Avakaai’ Pickle. The taste was…