|Amma's Mutton Biryani Recipe|
|Javvarisi Semiya Paal Payasam|
|Sapotta Milkshake Recipe|
|Vallarai Keerai Thuvayal|
Vallarai Keerai / Brahmi leaves are known for its bitterness and like most of us, I also used to detest these greens. My first attempt to try a curry out of these leaves was a huge flop. From them I had this huge aversion towards them and it was more of a fear that I would waste time and ingredients trying to cook with them. My impressions of these healthy greens has changed after I tried this thuvayal recipe that Amma had passed to me. Brahmi / Vallarai keerai is known for its medicinal properties, they promote blood circulation in liver, kidney and lungs. They are also known for skin health and can cure eczema, psoriasis and so on.
|Sambar Sadam - Tamilnadu Style|
|Vellai Poosanikai Juice for weight loss|
|Murungakeerai Poriyal Recipe|
Drumstick leaves/ Murungakeerai are one of the most prettiest green varieties that are loaded with health benefits. I love any kind of greens and murungakeerai is no exception. For some reason its so hard to find drumstick leaves in my local market. So this time when I went home, Amma made this simple delicious drumstick leaves stir fry to go with our sambar and rasam. Drumstick leaves poriyal is more chunks with a unique taste and flavour. Its more mild and does not have a strong flavour. I totally love this combo and wanted to share this simple recipe here. Drumstick leaves are used to cure anaemia, thyroid disorder, joint pains, headache, high bp, stomach pain, ulcers, diabetes, diarrhoea and so on.
|Karunai Kizhamgu Fry Recipe|
|Karnataka Style Fish fry recipe|
|Yellow Watermelon Juice|
|South Indian Mutton Soup|
|Chole Masala for Bhature|
|Egyptian Semolina Cake - Basbousa|
|Dal Tadka Recipe|
|Chettinad Vadai Kari|
|Kalmi Kebab Recipe|
R & I are Kebab lovers, anything tandoor will be a definite pick from any restaurant menu. But once I started to make tandoori chicken at home, we never look back. Homemade tandoori chicken is more moist, flavourful and sans food colour. I always look at tandoori or grilled recipes as it requires less oil and tastes delicious. The other day my husband requested that I make Kalmi Kebab and hence thought of posting this gorgeous recipe with all of you. This Kalmi Kebab is mild in spice, juicy, succulent, tender and tastes delicious, the longer the marination the softer your chicken and the more flavourful the chicken. Most fast food joints and restaurants serve hard and stiff tandoori, the secret is in the marinate and how you cook it. In this post you will learn how to make perfect tandoori chicken at home. I usually marinate the chicken overnight and it works like a charm. The key is also in the marination and each recipe varies in the proportions and ingredients.
|Mutton Coconut milk curry|