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Kuzhalappam

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April 15, 2014
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Kuzhalappam

happens to be a savory snack from the state of Kerala. These delectable munchies were a part of Indian cooking challenge and I had missed them due to my India trip. And I thought this marathon was a nice opportunity to try them. These rice flour based, deep fried tubes are a great tea...

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Ela Ada/ Valzhayila Ada – Kerala

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April 14, 2014
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Happy Tamil New Year to all my readers Today is the first day of Tamil New Year. Also known as Chittirai Varusha Pirappu, this day always close to my heart. Today we started our tour to various temples early. We had a nice darshan at Sai temple and then we went to Azhagar Kovil...

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Aval Payasam ~ Beaten Brown Rice (Poha) Pudding with Jaggery and Coconut Milk | Kerala Sadya Recipe

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April 11, 2014
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Aval Payasam ~ Beaten Brown Rice (Poha) Pudding with Jaggery and Coconut Milk | Kerala Sadya Recipe

Though this may not be the most common payasams made for sadya, this can be something you veterans out there who celebrate Vishu and Onam with sadyas every year, to make something different from your regular ada pradhaman, pal payasam etc. This is also perfect as a second payasam to make (to show off,...

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Pazham Pulisseri / Pazham Pulissery ~ Ripe Plantains in a Spiced Coconut Yogurt Sauce | Kerala Sadya Recipes

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April 10, 2014
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Pazham Pulisseri / Pazham Pulissery ~ Ripe Plantains in a Spiced Coconut Yogurt Sauce | Kerala Sadya Recipes

The concept of a sadya and the various different elements to it just blows my mind every time I think of it. This is in spite of growing up eating a sadya at least a few times a year – for Onam, Vishu, Birthdays and invariably some weddings. If you have been following my...

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Recipes | Yogurt and a few Indian Curries – Time Management in my kitchen

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April 8, 2014
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Recipes | Yogurt and a few Indian Curries – Time Management in my kitchen

Not so long ago, mornings at home used to be quiet and slow. There was ample time to go for a brisk walk, get fresh vegetables en route, sit back, read newspaper and relax with a cup of tea. And yes, there was absolutely no temptation to check the social media status, answer emails...

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Doce De Grao / Goan Chonya Doce

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April 8, 2014
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Doce De Grao / Goan Chonya Doce

I am a sucker for traditional Indian sweet dishes and don't mind even if they involve tedious / laborious work. And so my initial plan for the marathon was trying the regional sweet dishes. For the Goan post, I was looking for a dodol recipe but instead landed at this recipe which captivated my...

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101 alternative flours : gluten free multigrain tart shells filled with broccoli coconut salad ; a recipe inspired by Ritu Dalmia

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April 7, 2014
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101 alternative flours : gluten free multigrain tart shells filled with broccoli coconut salad ; a recipe inspired by Ritu Dalmia

Small sized snacks or appetisers can be tricky if you are minding your calories or your overall nutrients. Fried or even baked appetisers come loaded with refined flour and butter mostly, so decadent that you never stop at one. Imagine conserving that decadence in such recipes even when using healthy alternatives and making the...

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Pumpkin Theeyal / Amma’s Poosanikai Theeyal / Pumpkin Cooked in a Roasted Coconut Gravy

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April 7, 2014
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Pumpkin Theeyal / Amma’s Poosanikai Theeyal / Pumpkin Cooked in a Roasted Coconut Gravy

Theeyal is a very famous kulambu dish in our house, we make them quite often atleast once a week. The one thing which changes is the veggies we add in them. I already have a ulli theeyal and kadala theeyal recipe in this blog. This is another variation for that. Try this and let...

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Bolinhos De Coco – Goa (eggless version)

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April 7, 2014
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Today it is time for our visit to Goa, which is the smallest state of India. It has it boundaries with Maharashtra and Karnataka and Arabian sea at the western side. When I think of Goa I think of its beach and the tourists. The cuisine of Goa is so much influenced by the...

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Carrot & Spring Onion Thoran

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March 26, 2014
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Carrot & Spring Onion Thoran

Thoran is a famous south indian dish. It is made with a whole lot of veggies, hmm i would say you can make thoran with almost all veggies. You can check all my thoran dish here. Normally we make thoran with carrots alone, but for a twist i added some spring onions in there...

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