Sunday, August 12, 2018

Which Sandwich are you going to make today??

Who doesn't love sandwiches, crusty,  crispy, beautifully toasted to golden perfection, filled with your favorite stuffing, either spicy or sweet. A bite of it will make your meal time so much bliss!!!
I love to make sandwiches as they are fun, versatile and kids and hubby at home love to enjoy sandwiches anytime of the day.
Here is a list of golden beauties from my kitchen to yours, let me know which one you are going to make for yourself tomorrow!!!





Kheer/Payasam Recipes

Kheer/Payasam an integral part of Indian celebrations. Dont you agree with me?? You make kheer/payasam whenever you are happy, want to celebrate good marks, good news in the family, pooja at home, when you have guests, when you invite your bestie for lunch, and the list is endless, kheer/payasam doesn't need any reason at all.
I love kheer, i try to make it often, maybe during fridays, as it serves as neivedhiyam/offering also. But nobody wants to taste the same kheer/payasam again and again? Do you???
So here is a small collection of payasam recipes from my kitchen

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Dal/Kootu Varieities

Kootu, yet another delicious part of an elaborate southindian menu. Kootu is generally a non-tamarind based thick gravy, made with veggies and dal, though there is tamarind based kootu known as puli kootu also. Some like me, have kootu podi/spice powder for exclusively flavoring the kootu, makes the job more easy, some roast and grind spices while making the kootu to flavor them. 
Dal on the other hand, is a north-indian style kootu, made with simple spices, sometimes with veggies, sometimes without. Though Dal is typically northindian, now-a -days it is a common menu in many south-indian house holds too. I myself make dal almost 3-4 days in a week. 

Here is a collection of Kootu and Dal recipes from my kitchen.


Rasam Varieties

Rasam, a traditional south-indian style soup. A must include recipe in an elaborate south-indian lunch menu. RAsam is basiclly made using tamarind extract and spices like pepper and cumin. Like any other cuisine, there is a varieties of rasam that can be made with these base elements. If you keep Rasam Spice powder ready, you can make rasam in barely 10-15 minutes. 
I also use my Kootu podi/spice mix for making rasam, tastes amazing.
On days where you want to enjoy a light meal, that makes you feel warm and cozy, then rasam is the answer to that feeling!
Here is a list of rasam recipes from my kitchen, try and enjoy that warm feel!

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