Here is a recipe for #CookoutWeek – sweet and crunchy Pineapple Cucumber Salad. Crisp sweet pineapples and crunchy cucumbers bring refreshing flavors that is prefect complement to hot off the grill meat. What is more there is absolutely no cooking involved :-).
All right, Its time to get cooking outside … because it’s #CookoutWeek 2017! Well we are in for a busy summer this year, but that does not mean that we is no reason to stay away from charcoal (or propane), is it ? . This week, I’m joining forces with over 40 food bloggerRead more
Kalathappam is a traditional sweet snack from the Malabar region. This traditional recipe seems ridiculously simple, and tastes delicious. It is also known as “Cooker Cake” as pressure cookers are the utensil of choice to bake this cake in. Rice and jaggery makes up the body of this cake with onions,Read more
Just like the Dosa and Idli of the south stuffed parathas are the choice of breakfast for many in the north. Aloo paratha – potato stuffed whole wheat flat bread is the most popular of them all . Fresh made Aloo Paratha served with a bowl of curds (yogurt) and a spicy pickle makesRead more
Coconut Chutney with Peanuts is a thick and creamy chutney. This is the kind of hearty coconut chutney that goes well with most Indian tiffin (light meals) items like poori, dosa , upma etc.. The peanuts makes it extra creamy and nutty. This chutney stays fresh for a few hours and isRead more
I simply love this blue berry muffin ! The picture does not do it justice – here is the reason why , I never get a chance to get a good snap . These do disappear faster than I would like. One of these days, I have to make them when no one isRead more
Dosa is by far the most popular South Indian Dish. This is a healthy crepe made with a naturally fermented rice and lentil batter. These are so popular that, many households have a a container of Dosa batter in the fridge all the time. There are many variations of the basic recipe ,Read more
This is a typical Coconut Chutney prepared in Kerala homes. This creamy, red coconut chutney has smokey undertones and a tinge of tang. I have had it umpteen times – mom, granny, countless aunt’s and a few friends are all experts when it comes to making Coconut Chutney. The taste isRead more