This chutney works very well with dosas and is a nice change from the usual idli chutney.
Really easy to make and can be still be made successfully without self raising flour as I once tried it with plain flour unknowingly. They turned out fine but not as light and fluffy. May need to double recipe for hungry people.
This is a traditional sweet, popular all over India. Often cooked as pooja prasad, this recipe is made using 1 1/4 of any measure (instead of one). It is believed that using the extra measure will usher in prosperity and happiness.
A classic African dish which can be served as an accompaniment to dishes such as Egusi Soup, a rich spicy soup. Traditionally this dish is eaten communally with your hands. A small amount is rolled in the hand, then dipped into the soup before being eaten.
I love Gujarati style kadhi. It is more watery than Punjabi kadhi and I particularly like the sweet-sourness that is typical of Gujarati cooking. This kadhi is great with plain rice or khichdi.
This is a very easy recipe to make and tastes good especially if you like tomatoes! I picked it up from an Aunt and enjoy it by itself or with rice.
A sweet curry prepared with ripe mangoes. Very widely used in Kerala during the mango season.
This is my grandma's recipe that was made every Sunday morning as a family tradition! I crave it once in a while and is simple to make!
This is a quick and easy recipe to make if you are in a rush for dinner!
This is a great recipe for days when you are too cold and lazy to cook! You could have it as a meal or as a soup entree with a meal.