SPRING ONION GRAVY-EERULLI HOOVU GOJJU
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on August 23, 2016
Spring Onion/Eerulli Hoovu smells alike Onion but taste differs. Various dishes are prepared from these.
It is also used for decorative purpose in the dishes.
Today let us learn an easy and tasty recipe Spring Onion gravy / Eerulli Hoovu gojju which can be consumed with chapatti, dosa, hot rice etc.,
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on August 18, 2016
Today is Upakarma festival, this year.
Sattupindi is usually prepared as Naivedya on Upakarma day. It is prepared from rice flour and various fruits. Very tasty and easy to prepare.
CURRY LEAVES CHUTNEY POWDER-KARIBEVU CHUTNEY PUDI
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on August 16, 2016
Chutney Pudi/Chutney Powder is an essential condiment found in every south indian kitchen made out of dhals consumed in combination of almost all food items. Mouth watering taste when consumed with hot rice and a dallop of ghee or oil. It goes well with curd rice, hot rice, dosa, chapati, upma etc.,
Chutney Pudi/Chutney Powder can be stored for several days and consumed.
Chutney Pudi/Chutney Powder is prepared in various flavour. Today we are going to see the ingredients and method of prepating Curry leaves/Karibevu Chutney Pudi/Chutney Powder
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on August 11, 2016
Chiroti is a famous sweet fried dish usually made during marriages and festivals. It is consumed along with sugar powder and/or badam milk.
Today let us learn to prepare Chiroti at home instantly. It is very easy and tasty. And there is no need to wait for marriages or functions.
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on August 9, 2016
Tea is common aromatic beverage drink consumed all over the World. Assam Tea, Green Tea, Arab tea, persian tea etc.,
Tea is prepared plain, ginger tea, elaichi tea, masala tea etc.,
Masala powder contians various spices and herbs. Combination of masala varies.
MYSORE PAK-CRUNCHY MYSORE PAK
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on July 30, 2016
Mysore Pak is a famous sweet dish of South India prepared by using Gram flour/Kadale hittu, sugar and rich amount of ghee. Mysore pak is made in two consistency. Soft and crunchy. If you want soft Mysore pak remove from flame little early.
Mysore pak was first prepared by a palace cook named Kakasura Madappa. Madappa made a concoction of gram flour, ghee and sugar. When Krishna Raja Wadiyar IV asked its name, Madappa simply called it the ‘Mysore pak’.
Today lets learn how to prepare very easy way of preparing crunchy Mysore Pak.
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on July 27, 2016
Pineapple can be consumed fresh, cooked, juiced, or preserved. It is very rich in vitamin c and manganese. It is consumed raw, cut into pieces along with salt for taste.
Pineapple is widely used in preparing dishes. One of the popular recipe is Gojju/gravy. Today let us see how to prepare Pineapple Gojju/Gravy. It is very easy to prepare and tasty too, liked by all age groups.
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on July 13, 2016
Cucumber/Southekai are low-caloried veggy contain many nutritional benefits, including hydrating properties and valuable nutrients. It contians 95% water content. It also helps in digestion.
Dose is commonly made by using batter with different ingredients. Today we shall learn how to prepare Cucumber/Southekai Dose, which is very easy and can be prepared instantly no need to ferment. (more…)
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on July 9, 2016
Jackfruit/Halasinahannu is a seasonal fruit. Many dishes are prepared using the fruit like Idli (Kadubu), Payasa, pakoda, Halwa, papad.
Jackfruit/Halasinahannu is very good for health. It is very rich in minerals, vitamins and even good fibre too.
Jackfruit seeds are indeed very rich in digestible starch, protein and minerals. You can prepare various dishes from Jackfruit/Halasinahannu seeds.
Today let us learn how to prepare Jackfruit/Halasinahannu Idli. It is very easy and tasty.
KASHAYA-HEALTHY DRINK-HERBAL POWDER
Posted by Shyla Nagesh on July 5, 2016
Kashaya is a healthy drink commonly consumed by all. It is common drink in North Karnataka, especially Udupi-Mangalore.
It acts as good medicine for cold and cough too. You can avoid tea or coffee once in a day and have this drink regularly.
The following recipe shows the minimum ingredients required for Kashaya. We can add Nutmeg, Jeshta Madhu and Ashwagandha too.