Spicy fried chicken

Fried chicken is popular for its irresistible taste.This recipe is a crunchy,spicy and saucy version of fried chicken.The key ingredient for the crunchiness is cornflour.The crust stays crunchy with tender juicy chicken inside. INGREDIENTS 400 g chicken 3-4 tbsp cornflour 2 tsp pepper 2 tsp minced or chopped garlic Salt to taste FOR THE SAUCE … Continue reading Spicy fried chicken

Homemade paneer

Paneer(cottage cheese) is quite easy to make at home.Paneer is a good source of calcium and protein.It is used in many Indian recipes for desserts,gravies,pulaos and many more. INGREDIENTS 1 litre full fat milk 3 tbsp lemon juice METHOD Bring the milk to boil in a heavy bottomed vessel.Turn off the heat,after 5 mins add … Continue reading Homemade paneer

Chicken kurma

Chicken kurma which i have posted here is an easy and simple version of kurma varieties.A delicious,tasty kurma with the combination of the spices, ground mixture of green chillies,cashews and coconut which makes the kurma rich and creamy.This Chicken kurma goes well with Idly,Dosai,Chapathi,Poori and Parotas. INGREDIENTS 250 g chicken 1 onion chopped 2 green … Continue reading Chicken kurma

Rasmalai recipe

Rasmalai is a rich classic Bengali dessert prepared using Chena/Paneer and flavoured creamy milk.Home made Rasmalai are soft compared to the store bought ones.Preparing the creamy milk takes more than an hour.All we need is little patience before we start making them at home. INGREDIENTS FOR CHENA PATTIES Homemade Chena made from 1 litre of … Continue reading Rasmalai recipe

chena recipe

Chena is a key ingredient used in many delicious milk sweets like rasmalai,rasgulla,kalakand etc.Chena is prepared by curdling the milk using any one of the following items like lemon juice,orange juice,vinegar or curd. INGREDIENTS Full fat milk 1 litre Lemon juice 2-3 tbsp METHOD Boil milk in a deep bottomed vessel.When it boils switch off … Continue reading chena recipe

Ridge gourd curry/Peerkangai poriyal recipe

Ridge gourd is known as Peerkangai in tamil.Ridgegourd is low in saturated fat and high in dietary fiber.It has a high water content making it a very low calorie vegetable.Some Ridge gourds are bitter to taste,so it is very important to buy tender Ridge gourds for cooking. INGREDIENTS 1/4 kg Ridge gourd/Peerkangai 1 onion chopped … Continue reading Ridge gourd curry/Peerkangai poriyal recipe

Snake gourd kootu/Pudalangai kootu recipe

Snake gourd is a well known veggie used in various Indian recipes.They are pale green or grey green in colour.It is rich in fiber and its laxative property cures constipation.It gives a cooling effect to our system.Also helps in weight for they are very low in calories.I have posted here a recipe of snake gourd … Continue reading Snake gourd kootu/Pudalangai kootu recipe

Masala vadai kulambu recipe

I don't make masala vadai that often but when i do i make few extras to make masala vadai kulambu for lunch.You can either steam the vadai or deep fry them before making the kulambu.Click here for masala vadai recipe before starting with masala vadai kulambu recipe. INGREDIENTS 10 masala vadai 2 onions chopped 2 … Continue reading Masala vadai kulambu recipe

Tomato Kulambu/Thakkali Kulambu recipe

Tomato kulambu is made with just two vegetables tomatoes and onions,when i run out of vegetables i immediately make Tomato kulambu for breakfast and lunch.The speciality of this kulambu is mainly its tangy taste which makes it go well with Idly,Chapathi and Steamed rice. INGREDIENTS 1 onion (cut into thin strips) 7 tomatoes (chopped) 7 … Continue reading Tomato Kulambu/Thakkali Kulambu recipe

Kalkandu rice / Kalkandu sadam recipe

Kalkandu rice is prepared the same way how we make Sakarai pongal,here we use rock sugar candy(kalkandu) instead of jaggery.It is a traditional sweet recipe prepared in most of the houses during special occasions and also offered in temples as prasadam. INGREDIENTS 1 cup raw rice/basmati rice 1/4 cup moong dal 2 cups sugar candy … Continue reading Kalkandu rice / Kalkandu sadam recipe