Showing posts with label No onion No Garlic Recipe. Show all posts
Showing posts with label No onion No Garlic Recipe. Show all posts

Thursday, 16 April 2020

Thalichha Paruppu/Paruppu Kadaiyal/Simple Dal for Neivedhyam & Pooja Days/Dal Tadka South Indian Style [No Onion No Garlic Recipe]


Thalichha Paruppu/Paruppu Kadaiyal is one of the most comforting and divine food in the Indian Cuisine. This Thalichha Paruppu is a hassle free and easiest recipe that anyone can make. Usually this thalichha paruppu is made in almost all the South Indian homes on Pooja days and offered to god along with other delightful recipes. In South Indian marriages, paruppu kadaiyal/Thalicha Paruppu is served along with ghee, before serving sambar. You can make this thalichha paruppu in a jiffy. So when you are pressed on time, but still want to make something healthy and delicious then this simple dal is the right thing to make. Do try out this simple, yet delectable Thalichha Paruppu and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and tempting Sambars/Dals/Kootus/kuzhambu/Kurmavarieties here.

Here’s how to make Thalichha Paruppu with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 4 March 2020

Kadamba Kuzhambu/Kadhamba Kuzhambu/Mixed Vegetable Kuzhambu/No Onion & No Garlic Kuzhambu


Kadambu Kuzhambu can be made using different ways, here I am going to share a very easy and simple method of making Kadamba Kzuhambu without onions and garlic. This kuzhambu can be made with any number of vegetables that is available in your kitchen; I have added 7 different types of vegetables. “Kadamba” means “mixed” that is making gravy/kuzhambu with mixed vegetables. Do try out this Kadamba Kuzhambu and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and tempting SouthIndian Kuzhambu/Gravy varieties here and Thiruvathirai Kootu here.

Here’s how to make Kadamba Kuzhambu with step by step photos…

Tuesday, 28 January 2020

Medhu Vadai without Onions/Medhu Vadai Recipe/Ulundhu Vadai Recipe for Pandigai/Festivals

Medhu Vadai/Ullundhu Vadai is a very popular and a traditional recipe made in South India in all most all the households especially on festival days for neivedhyam or as simple evening snacks or for breakfast. This vadai recipe is a no onion no garlic version, especially made for neivedhyam. I have posted Medhu Vadai with onions earlier which you can check out in the link. This medhu vadai is crispy, tasty and delectable all by itself, but it is usually served with sambar and coconut chutney. Do try out this Medhu Vadai and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and tempting Starters/Appetizers/Evening Snacks here.

Here’s how to make Medhu Vadai with step by step photos…

Saturday, 25 January 2020

Siru Kizhangu Varuval/Siru Kizhangu Fry/Chinese Potato Fry/Koorka Fry


Siru Kizhangu Fry is a simple yet delectable poriyal which no one should miss. In Malayalam this root vegetable is called as Koorka, Siru Kizhangu in Tamil, Sambrali in Kannada and Chinese Potato in English. Siru Kizhangu is a seasonal root vegetable abundantly available during the months of December and January. They are irregularly shaped small balls with earthy flavour. Washing, cleaning and peeling the siru kizhangu might seem like a tedious process, but it is definitely worth the time spent. I just use the simple and quick method of cooking the siru kizhangu in pressure cooker and then peeling the skin, which is really an easy way to finish the job quickly. Do try out this delectable and super tempting Siru Kizhangu Fry and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and healthy Vegetarian Poriyal Varieties here.

Here’s how to make Siru Kizhangu Fry with step by step photos…

Thursday, 26 September 2019

Pachai Payaru Sundal/Green Gram Sundal/Moong Bean Sundal – Navarathri Special Sundal

Hello Friends,

Today, I am going to share a very healthy and delicious Pachai Payaru Sundal/Green Gram Sundal which can be made as neivedhyam for Navarathri or as evening snacks for kids after school. Pachai payaru /Green gram is loaded with fibre, prevents constipation, helps in reducing weight, cholesterol and controls blood pressure. It is loaded with antioxidants , which helps in good hair growth and for healthy skin. Do try out this healthy and tasty sundal and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting Sundal varieties here and All about Navrathri along with special sundals,rice varieties and sweets here.

Here’s how to make Pachai Payaru Sundal with step by step photos…



Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Sago Kichadi/Sabudana Kichadi/Javvarisi Kichadi



Sago/Sabudana/Javvarisi Kichadi is a very simple, delectable and easy kichadi. This elegant and tasty Sago Kichadi is usually made during fasting/vrat days like Mahashivrathri, Janmashtami , Ekadasi, Navratri etc . It is also a very popular and common breakfast recipe in Northern India. Sabudana/sago pearls are very light on stomach and easy to digest. Do try out this simple and fabulous Sago kichadi and post your comments here.

Here’s how to make Sago Kichadi with step by step photos…

Monday, 12 February 2018

Moong Dal Gravy/Split Green Gram Gravy/Paasi Paruppu Kuzhambu [No Onion No Garlic Gravy]/பாசி பருப்பு குழம்பு

Today, I am going to share a very simple, delectable and quick – Moong Dal Gravy. If you are looking for a recipe without onions and garlic then you have landed in the right place. This is thick, rich and creamy gravy that is perfect for vegetarian lunch and on vrat/fasting days. You can serve this Moong Dal Gravy with hot cup of white rice or with rotis/chapatti or idli/dosa. Meanwhile do check out other interesting South Indian Gravies/Dals/Sambars/Rasams here. Do try out this quick Moong dal gravy and post your comments here. Also check out other easy moong dal sambar here.

Here’s how to make Moon Dal Gravy with step by step photos...