Mor Rasam – Thanjavur Special

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Also Known As Buttermilk Rasam. Perugu Pulusu. Majjiga Saaru. Mor Rasam. Today’s recipe is shared by this nice person, Mr. Vasudevan , my blog reader (a non-blogger, silent reader…just in case, if you wanna know!), who hails from Calgary, Canada. Looks like he himself has a quite a bit of collection for a wonderful South Indian [...]

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Chicken Ishtu – Irresistible Kerala Style Ishtu!

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Also Known As: Chicken Stew, Chicken Moilee. Chicken Molee, Kozhi Thenga-Paal Curry. Over the years, my taste in food has changed, and so are my recipes. I hope, this blog will continue to chronicle those changes. This is one such recipe, I found very convincing to try. I can say,…I was very pleased with my [...]

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The Legendary Thalappakatti Biriyani – Dindigul Special

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After a long gap, I prepared a fabulous biriyani to share with you all. This is yet one more version from the regional hit recipes. The legendary…Dindigul special ‘Thalapakattu Biriyani’. When I first heard the name…it sounded bit weird and funny. But, it did not stop me from sampling the food:) Looks like, Thalapakattu is [...]

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Hotel Anganan Style Chicken Biriyani – Kovai Special!

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Anganan Kozhi Biriyani:(Kovai Special) Its kind of pretty funny that all these days…I thought my blog’s photo uploading capacity went for a toss! I had hard time uploading pictures all along for a while…I blamed myself  and my stupid fate a lot and eventually gave up the idea of blogging forever:(  Oh yeah, I felt [...]

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Wayanad Chemmeen Biriyani – Restaurant Special

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Prawn Biriyani: Other Names: Shrimps Biriyani. Iral / Yeral Biriyani. Kekra Biriyani. Roiyalu Biriyani. Ingredients: Marinate & Stir-Fry Shrimps 1 pound Lemon juice – 1 fruit Salt Turmeric 1 pinch Chili powder 1 spoon Ginger-garlic paste Ghee. For Broth: Shrimp shells 1 cup Water Salt as per taste. For Biriyani: Basmati rice 2 cups Green [...]

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Puli Sevai – Kovai Special

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Iddiyappam Puliyodare: When it comes to talk about a particular region’s specialty, its always the food’ that comes first to my mind, which reflects the culture! One of the regional food’ that got my attention is Coimbatore cuisine. Although, on a broad spectrum…it looks much similar to other Tamil Nadu cuisine, if you take a [...]

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Vaangi Bath – Karnataka Special

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Kathirikai Podi Saadham: Ingredients: To Be Toasted Each Separately And Powdered Together: Coriander seeds 2 spoons Chana dal 2 spoons Urad dal 2 spoons Dry red chilies 6 Fenugreek seeds 1-2 spoons Peppercorn 1 spoon Cinnamon 2 sticks Cloves 3 Cumin seeds 1 spoon Dry coconut 1/4 cup(grated) Black Sesame seeds 2 spoons Asafoetida 1/4 [...]

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Kathirikai-Mochai Kottai Kara Kuzhambu – Mom’s Inspiration!

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Brinjal-Val Beans Kuzhambu Other Names:Eggplants-Val Beans in Tamarind Based Curry. Vengaya Pulusu. Kathirikai-Mochai Payaru Puli Kuzhambu. Ingredients: Brinjal/Eggplants 4-6 slicedVal Beans – Seeds 1 cup(soaked overnight)Pearl Onions chopped 1 cupGarlic 5-7 cloves – crushedTomato 1 small – choppedSaltTurmericChili powderJaggery/brown sugar 1 spoonSesame oil 1 table spoonThalippu vadagamMustard seeds 1/4 spoonCumin seeds 1/4 spoonFenugreek seeds 1 [...]

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Black Gram Laddu / Urid Dal Laadu / Karuppu Ulundhu Urundai – Just Like That:)

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Urad Dal Laddu: Curbing that 4 O’ Clock sugar rush is a big thing to me! When I stock my pantry with only picky healthy ingredients…gosh, I am saved! I won’t be carried away to make any unhealthy choice like pastries-cookies-chocolates! Good, to keep a track of what I put on the shelves, I started [...]

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Ragi Paniyaram / Kezhvaragu Paniyaram – Graceful Shapes n Earthy Flavor

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Finger-Millet Paniyaram: Ingredients: Ragi flour 1 cupGreen chilies 3 choppedGinger 1″ gratedOnion 1 small choppedCilantro leaves fewCurry leaves fewSaltAsafoetida 1 pinchChana dal 1 spoonUrad dal 1 spoonMustard seeds 1/2 spoonCumin seeds 1/2 spoonSesame oil few spoons. Method: In a small pan, heat oil and throw in all the spices one by one and fry real [...]

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