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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Mint Rasam/Pudhina Rasam

Rasam plays a vital role in South Indian cooking especially in Tamil Nadu. In all our homes one kuzhambu, one vegetable and one rasam is must in everyday cooking. But we do make different kinds of rasam, with each one having a unique taste and flavour. This mint rasam is really unique has extraordinary flavour and tingles your taste buds. Do check out other rasam varieties here.

Here’s how to make Mint Rasam with step by step photos…

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Thengai Burfi/Coconut Burfi/Nariyal Burfi – Diwali Special

Hello friends,

Belated Diwali Wishes from Priyas Virundhu to you and your family members. For this Diwali I chose to make a traditional, easy and quick sweet – Thengai Burfi. The best part, I love about coconut burfi is it can be made with less number of ingredients in minimal time. Coconut Burfi is a perfect sweet for any festive occasion, so try out this delectable coconut burfi and have a great day.

Here’s Thengai/Coconut Burfi with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Prawn Pepper Fry

Hello friends,

Though nowadays I am not able to post recipes regularly, I thank each and every one of you for your continuous support and encouragement. Today I am going to share one of my favourite sea food recipes -  a simple, quick and delectable Prawn Pepper Fry. Do try it out friends, you will surely love it.

Here’s how to make Prawn Pepper Fry with step by step photos…

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Jamun Kofta Curry

Do you have an extra pack of jamun mix left in your pantry? You don’t want to make regular gulab jamuns, then here is the solution for you. Try out this Jamun kofta curry for dinner or lunch. Jamun Kofta Curry is rich and creamy gravy made with delectable spicy jamuns. This kofta curry is similar to other kofta curry except the addition of jamun koftas makes it more delectable and luscious.  

Here’s how to make Jamun Kofta Curry with step by step photos…

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Zucchini/Courgette Kootu

Kootu is a very common and a staple food of Tamil Nadu. It is a very healthy combo of vegetable of your choice and dhal cooked together along with other ingredients. No feast in Tamil Nadu is complete without a kootu. I have already posted different type of kootu varieties prepared in most of the households in Tamil Nadu. But this kootu is very special, the reason is, it is a perfect blend of South Indian cooking with an exotic and a versatile vegetable, none other than “zucchini/Courgette”. Do try out this delectable kootu friends and give me your feed backs.

Here’s how to make Zucchini Kootu with step by step photos….


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