Pearl millet porridge (kambu koozh)

Pearl millet/ bajra /kambu porridge is one that is been consumed by farmers since several years. It is nutritious and a comfort food and gives great energy to work through out the day in fields in hot sun. South Indians followed and started having them during summer. Making the porridge is so simple and easy…

Horse gram rasam

Rasam is a hot, tangy and spicy sidedish which is had with rice or like soup. A popular sidedish in south Indian meal without it a meal is incomplete. Rasam is good for digestion. For cold, cough, flu and fever ..rasam is highly recommend. Rasam gives great relief not only to throat but so soothing,…

Arachuvitta puli kuzhambu

⏲️PREP TIME : 15 minutes ⏲️COOK TIME : 20 minutes 🍲CUISINE : South Indian 🥘COURSE : Sidedish 🍴YIELD : 5 servings INGREDIENTS REQUIRED : Ladies finger – 200 gm Tamarind – lemon size Salt as required To roast and blend to paste: Coconut oil – 2 tbsp Channa dal – 2 & 1/2 tbsp Red…

Kaara (spicy) chutney

⏲️PREP TIME : 10 minutes ⏲️COOK TIME : 15 minutes 🍲CUISINE : Indian 🥘COURSE : Sidedish 🍴YIELD : 4 servings INGREDIENTS REQUIRED : Tamarind – 1 inch Salt as required To dry roast and powder : Red chilli – 6 no. Coriander seeds – 1tbsp Methi seeds – 1/4 tsp To saute : Sesame oil…

Kambu (Bajra) idli

Idlis play a major role in south Indian breakfast meal. Usually idlis are made using idli rice, urud dhal and methi seeds. Idli is always accompanied by sambar and chutney. Gluten free dieters follow these kind of Indian recipes and relish it. These idlis can be made with various ingredients like bajra, ragi, rawa, broken…

Ragi choco mug cake ( eggless / gluten free)

Finger millet or ragi is a rich source of natural calcium and is good for growing children and ageing people. Regular consumption of finger millet can keep bone diseases at bay. This mug cake is my fool proof recipe which I make very often for my kids. They take less time, less ingredients and they…

Mutton keema balls

Mutton keema balls / mutton kola urundai is made using finely minced meat. Roasted bengal gram and coconut are added for binding. Spices give it a flavour and the balls are deep fried till crispy. They are crispy outside and tender from inside. Keema balls can be accompanied with chicken or mutton gravy or can…