Kerala Style Parotta | Malabar Parotta | How to Make Kerala Parotta at Home | Layered Paratha Recipe | How to make Soft Maida Paratha

Kerala Style Parotta

For most of us, Parotta has always been a restaurant affair!! But, sometimes we do crave for food that’s really not part of our everyday menu. Well, I’m talking about Kerala Style Parotta or Malabar paratha, which is a thing of immense joy that’s super delicious but preparing requires a special skillset and it’s also time consuming. I always wanted to give it a try. Believe me, truly exceptional parottas can be made right at home. Yet another addition to my repertoire of Indian Breads. A Parotta, Porotta, Barota or Paratha is a layered flat bread usually available as street food and in restaurants across …

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Idli Vada Dosa Breakfast Menu 1 | South Indian Brunch Ideas | Idli, Dosa, Vada Curry, Tomato Chutney, Coffee – South Indian Tiffins for Breakfast

Idli Vada Dosa Breakfast Menu 1

There is no denying the fact that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It provides your body the fuel that charges you up and keeps you going for the rest of the day to carry out various chores. But, who wants to have the same breakfast everyday. We all want variety in whatever we do….right?….otherwise life gets boring!! A tinge of variation in your everyday breakfast will definitely make your family enjoy the mornings together. I have been thinking for sometime to start a Breakfast Menu Series like the Lunch/Dinner Menu ideas. Idli Vada Dosa Breakfast Menu 1 …

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Easy Mooli Paratha Recipe | Mooli Ki Roti Recipe | Radish Chapati | How to make Mooli Paratha at Home | Muli Paratha | Mooli Ka Paratha Video

Easy Mooli Paratha Recipe, Radish Chapati, Muli Paratha

Are you someone who don’t really get excited about radishes? Not me!!… I find them so pretty and irresistible, coming in all sorts shapes, sizes, and most importantly the range of colours. You just need to get the right recipe to see radish’s full potential. A few of my favourites are to include them in Sambar, Paratha, chutney or sliced thin onto salads. Today’s share is a simple, light, and delicious Indian flat bread with this humble root veggie that packs some finger licking flavours. Throw in some radish grate to the flour, add in some of your favourite spices from your pantry and voila!!….. You’ve …

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Garelu Chicken Curry | Kodi Koora Ulli Garelu | South Indian Medu Vada With Spicy Chicken Curry Andhra Style | Minapa Garelu Kodi Pulusu

Garelu Chicken Curry, South Indian Medu Vada With Spicy Chicken Curry Andhra Style

Garelu Chicken Curry is a delectable combination of the very famous South Indian Medu Vada and  Classic Andhra Style Chicken Curry. No festive meal is complete without the classic dish “GARELU”. While most people choose to have medu vada in the morning, many of us love to binge on it as snacks in the evening. We all know that this soul satisfying crispy vada along with piping hot sambar and coconut chutney makes it all the more irresistible. But, did you ever imagine to pair it up with chicken curry?? Garelu Chicken Curry is a very famous dish from the Southern states of …

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Mumbai Special Pav Bhaji Recipe | Pav Bhaji Recipe Step By Step With Pictures | How to make Pav Bhaji at home | Pav Bhaji Street Food

Mumbai Special Pav Bhaji Recipe, How to make Pav Bhaji at home

Have you ever crossed a Pav Bhaji stall without succumbing to the temptation?? Definitely, not me!! When it comes to Mumbai’s street fare, Pav Bhaji is one of the most popular local favourites served in every street corner. Apart from the numerous street stalls, it now graces the kitchens of fine dining restaurants. I’m here today to share Mumbai Special Pav Bhaji Recipe, an utterly butterly delicious treat…. very hard to resist!!  A universally popular snack Pav bhaji, is a fast food dish that originated in Marathi cuisine. Pav in Marathi means a small loaf of bread & Bhaji means vegetable dish. Pav bhaji consists of …

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Chettinad Vada Curry Recipe | How to make Vada Curry recipe | Vadakari Recipe | South Indian Vada Curry Recipe | Side Dish for Idli Dosa

Chettinad Vada Curry Recipe, Vadakari Recipe

Vada Curry is a very famous South Indian gravy. As you travel down south, one of the famous gravies to accompany Idli or parotas for breakfast would be Vada Curry. This is a classic chettinad side dish which is also very famous in Chennai. Chettinad Vada Curry Recipe is a typical breakfast side dish that best pairs with Idli, appam, dosa, set dosa, idiyappam etc. Vada curry is basically either a deep fried masala vada or steamed dumpling made with lentils, which is dunked and cooked in a flavourful onion tomato masala gravy. This is a very filling breakfast/snack in itself. The traditional way to …

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Aamras Puri Recipe | How to make Aamras Puri | Poori with Mango Pulp | Deep Fried Indian Bread with Sweet Mango Sauce

Aamras Puri Recipe, How to make Aamras Poori

Summer is at its peak and all local markets in India are flooded with the best qualities of mangoes. How I miss the lovely sight of the beautiful, ripe, yellow fruits piled up high on roadside carts, nestled enticingly in straw-lined baskets at wholesale markets, or the tempting beauties staring at you from the aisles of fruit shops and supermarkets. Yes, they are everywhere, and we can’t get enough of them! So, it’s time to buy bunches of Mangoes to prepare this yummy Aamras Puri Recipe with sweet mangoes, which will definitely delight you. I know, I have already blogged Aamras and Puri as individual recipes. But …

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South Indian Onion Uttapam Recipe | How to make Onion Uthappam | Quick Uttapam Recipe | How to make Uttappa | Preparation of Uttapam

South Indian Onion Uttapam Recipe, Onion Uthappam, Uttappa

Breakfast being the most important meal of the day, making it remains one of the most important tasks of the day. South Indian Onion Uttapam Recipe is a traditional breakfast delicacy from the South of India, prepared with fermented lentil rice batter. It’s crisp around the sides and soft and spongy towards the middle. Uttapam is very versatile and accommodating. Keep it simple and just prepare onion uttapam or try out different vegetable toppings to make Vegetable Uttapam. Onion uttapam can also be packed for lunch and is a favourite kids recipe. I try my best to plan ahead for the weekends, just to …

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