Sambar


Location : Tamil Nadu. Ingredients : Pigeon Pea (Dal), Drumstick, Radish, French Bean, Pumpkin, Carrot, Brinjal, Tomato, Onion, Tamarind, Red Chili Powder, Turmeric, Dry Red Chili, Mustard Seed, Sambar Powder, Salt, Vegetable Oil/Coconut Oil, Water, Curry Leaves. Any vegetables can be used of choice. Recipe at a Glance : Boil dal ⇒ chop all vegetables…

Rava Upma


Location : Tamil Nadu. Ingredients :  Rava (semolina), Carrot, Onion, Green Chili, Curry Leaves, Bengal Gram (Split), Black Gram (split), Mustard Seed, Salt, Water. Recipe at a Glance : Roast rava and separate ⇒ fry chopped carrot, mustard seed, curry leaves, black gram, bengal gram, chopped onion and green chili ⇒ add water and salt ⇒…

Pavakkai Kathrikai Varukkavum


Location : Tamil Nadu. Ingredients : Kathrikai, Pavakkai, Coconut, Curry Leaves, Mustard Seed, Dry Red Chili, Salt, Turmeric, Oil. Recipe at a Glance : Chop kathrikai and pavakkai ⇒ finely chop coconut ⇒ fry pavakkai with mustard seed, dry red chili and curry leaves ⇒ add kathrikai, coconut, salt and turmeric ⇒ turn and fry. One and…

Kathirikai Vatnakkal


Location : Tamil Nadu. Ingredients : Kathirikai, Salt, Turmeric, Black Pepper, Red Chili Powder, Oil. Recipe at a Glance : Chop kathirikai ⇒ fry with turmeric and salt ⇒ add black pepper and red chili powder ⇒ cook. One and only blog responsible to bring “all Indian foods under one roof.” Congratulations, for being a…

Vattu Muttai Rotti


Location : Tamil Nadu. Ingredients : Rotti, Muttai, Onion, Green Chili, Salt, Oil. Recipe at a Glance : Slice the rotti into two pieces ⇒ toast ⇒ finely chop onion and green chili ⇒ batter with muttai, chopped chili, onion, salt ⇒ oil the pan ⇒ laid the batter on hot pan ⇒ put rotti…

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