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Monday, 29 February 2016

Varagarisi Upma/Kodo Millet Upma/Varagu Upma/Varagu Arisi Upma

Hello friends,

I have been thinking about sharing with you all, millet recipes from my kitchen, but I was not blogging for quite sometime due to various reasons. But today I have something very special for all of you, it's nothing but Varagu arisi upma. Varagu arisi is gluten-free and is excellent source of vitamins and minerals. It is rich in fiber and digestive friendly. Studies have shown varagu arisi helps in controlling blood sugar and cholesterol. It is packed with nutrients and is great energy source for all the age groups. I have made a very simple varagu arisi upma but you can add a twist to it by adding a bowl of vegetable to make vegetable varagu arisi upma. I will post that recipe also very soon. For now try out this Varagu Arisi upma and post your comments. Mean while check out other millet recipes here.

Here’s how to make Varagarisi Upma with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 24 February 2016

South Indian Lunch Menu – 3/Lunch Menu Ideas

Hello Friends,

It’s been so many months after I have posted a lunch menu idea, today I am going to share with a very simple, healthy, delectable and comforting South Indian Lunch Menu. I have posted few lunch menu ideas earlier, do not forget to check that out as well in the link.

Here’s the South Indian Lunch Menu…

Monday, 22 February 2016

Paruppu Keerai Chapathi/Chapathi with Dal & Greens

Hello friends,

Today I am going to share a very interesting chapathi made with dal and greens. The choice of greens is totally your’s, I have used araikeerai to make this chapathi. I always come across one problem when packing lunch, my husband and elder daughter prefer to have rice for lunch and my little one always will prefer to have chapathis or rotis etc. Whenever I make paruppu keerai masiyal or any other green varieties my little daughter never has it during lunch, and I used to feel very bad about it. But then whenever I make paruppu keerai during weekdays for lunch, I blend the prepared keerai and make chapathis for her. But for my husband and elder daughter I make rice, mix this dal and prepare some vegetables and pack the lunch. I think lot of moms must be coming across this kind of problem when packing lunch for your whole family, but when you go by my idea you will feel happy and satisfied. One best part of it is your kid will eat all the chapathis and she/he will get the greens also. Meanwhile friends, do not forget to check out other interesting and delicious breakfastvarieties here.

Here’s how to make Dal & Keerai chapathi with step by step photos…



Thursday, 18 February 2016

White Pumpkin Lassi/Pumpkin Lassi with Yogurt/Vellai Poosanikkai Lassi

Hello Friends,

Today I am going to share with you all a very healthy white pumpkin drink made with buttermilk, green chillies and ginger. I came across this wonderful drink from one of my co-blogger Priya Ranjit. I am happy, I tried out this delightful white pumpkin lassi. Do try it out friends you will just love it. I suggest you to try this white pumpkin lassi during a hot day, because it is a perfect body coolant and keeps you hydrated. Meanwhile do not forget to check out other  Juice,Milkshakes & Lassi Varieties here

Here’s how to make White Pumpkin Lassi with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Mango Pickle/Maangai Oorgai

Today I am going to share a delightful, lip smacking and tempting mango pickle. This mango pickle is mom’s recipe and she makes it every year for the whole family. The mangoes I used are from my mom’s back yard; they are extremely sour and are perfect for pickles. Try this fool proof mango pickle recipe and enjoy.

Here’s how to make Mango Pickle with step by step photos…

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Ragi Porridge Powder/Ragi Kanji Maavu/Kezhvaragu Kanji Maavu – How to make Ragi Kanji Maavu at home/Ragi Kanji for all age groups



Hello friends,

Today I am going to share with you all a very healthy Ragi Kanji Maavu/Powder suitable for all the age groups starting from 5 month old baby to adults. This kanji maavu is my mom’s recipe which involves just 5 ingredients and we all used to have this kanji for breakfast when we were kids. And now I give it for my kids and we all enjoy it a lot. It may have less ingredients compared to saathu maavu but this kanji maavu is packed with vitamins, minerals, builds your stamina and also digest really fast. So friends, try out this Ragi Kanji Maavu and post your feedback.

Here’s how to make Ragi Kanji Maavu with step by step photos….

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