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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….


Monday, 15 September 2014

Lemon Sevai with Idiyappam sticks

We can different types of sevai with idiyappam like coconut sevai, tomato sevai, puliyodarai sevai, sweet sevai etc, but I always love to have lemon sevai. Idiyappam/sevai is a very common and delectable South Indian breakfast made with rice flour. When you have left over idiyappam you can always flavour them with lemon or coconut or tomato or any ingredient of your choice. Here I have used the readymade concord rice sevai to make this lemon sevai.

Here’s how to make Lemon Sevai with step by step photos…

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