Category: Veg

Mirchi Ka Salan

mirchi ka salan

Mirchi ka salan is a hyderabadi delicacy and is an impeccable counterpart for Biryani and can also be had with rotis and white rice too. Most of the restaurants in Hyderabad would serve this along with Hyderabad Briyani.

I prefer to make hyderabad briyani for diet or health conscious guest for the fact that my hyderabad briyani is less spicy and also i sparingly add oil in it without any compromise on the flavor or taste and this side dish made of green chillies ...

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Ragi Rava Dosa

ragi-rava-dosa

A healthy breakfast to kick start your day with this super healthy Dosa with Ragi flour….
Ingredients:
Idly Batter – 1 cups
Rava (Sooji) – 1/4 cup
Ragi Flour – 1 cups
Salt as per taste
Oil as required

ragi-rava-dosa

Method:

Mix the ragi flour and rava in a bowl. Add enough water and mix well. Keep it aside for 60 minutes.After 60 minutes, add the idly batter and enough salt.Sprinkle some water and mix well to a pourable batter. Heat a tawa over medium flame...

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Potato Stir Fry

potato stir fry

Potato Stir Fry is an eminent accompaniment for South Indian lunch boxes especially for curd rice. Lemon Rice and other rice varieties also makes a great combo with this quick and flavorsome stir fry.

Potato is one vegetable that kids never fuss about and its definitely a dexterous vegetable for it’s ability to transfigure us into it’s shape when consumed in high quantity, Lol! Nevertheless, we love to devour this super vegetable in any form

So go ahead and ...

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VenPongal

venpongal

Venn Pongal is a popular traditional South Indian breakfast dish and its almost a weekend breakfast for me as it is very simple and quick to make. In Tamil, the root pong or pongu means to ” boil over” or “spill over” and the sweet variety of this pongal is made during a popular tamilan festival “Pongal” by the boil over method. Shall provide more details of it in another post.

Made and served this hot hot venpongal and hot crispy ulundu (urad dal) va...

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Vazhaithandu (Banana Stem) Kootu

vazhithandu

The Banana stem, the fibre of health is cooked in various ways in South Indian cuisine and it is also consumed raw in juice form.

Banana stem is a rich source of fibre and helps in weight loss. Its high fibre content creates a feeling of satiation and hence, reduces the intake of food. It also helps ease constipation. Again, it improves the ability of the body to fight infection...

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