Sothi Kulambo is a south Indian curry variety which is filled with vegetables and coconut milk. The dish is more prevalent in the Thirunelveli district of Tamil nadu,India. A healthy vegan dish, a must favorite one for all vegetarians. In this blog, we look at how to make Sothi Kulambo or Sothi Curry.
Cheese dripping out when you take a slice from the pizza. Well is there a better sight than that for a foodie. In this recipe blog, we tell you how to make Yummy Cheese Burst Pizza.
Vada is a famous south Indian tea-time snacks which goes well with or without tea and coffee. There are so many varieties of Vada one could imagine and get it all in a few minutes of cooking
A sweet and popular South Indian dumplings made using rice flour,jaggery and grated coconut .The delicious dish is said to be originated from the place Karaikudi in the state of Tamil Nadu.Kerala,a land filled with coconut is also famous for the dish with different stuffing done into the dumplings. Dropping the small sweet dumpling into our mouth and crushing the balls with teeth & tongue, is a divine experience .
Mothakam or Kolukattai as it is called in south India,is a steamed sweet bun version of chinese momo. According to Hindu religion, Mothakam is the favorite dish of Lord Ganesha,the supreme God of all Gods.
” Happiness is eating rasam with dal “-Unknown foodie saint. Pepper rasam or Melaghu thippili rasam ,a common household dish of south indian states.The history of rasam dates back to 15th century ,the period of pandya kings who ruled over present-day Madurai regions.A bowl of hot rasam is steamed in every household of Tamil nadu, keralaContinue reading “Pepper Rasam/Milagu Thippili Rasam”
Halwa are dense, sweet confections is said to have originated in the Middle East. It is also popular in Central and South Asia, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Eastern Europe, Malta, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, and in the Jewish diaspora .
Chai.. This word is an emotion for many of us. Masala Chai just makes it better. This blog is the recipe for Masala Chai|Masala Tea.