Chicken Thigh Roast Recipe

A simple chicken roast recipe that is moist ,delicious and quite easy to prepare.I have no particular method ,I just grind some fresh masalas using basic everyday ingredients.An easy chicken roast recipe that is full of flavor and spices perfect for spicy lovers.This marinating masala has no artificial color or flavoring but it gives the … Continue reading Chicken Thigh Roast Recipe

Yam Fry / Senaikilangu Roast Recipe

Yam is a popular tuber used in making variety of dishes especially in AVIYAL which is a famous side dish recipe for Sadya.A simple and delicious yam fry that is perfect for any Indian meals.The yam is sliced, semi cooked,marinated with aromatic spices and roasted in low flame using a tawa until crisp on the … Continue reading Yam Fry / Senaikilangu Roast Recipe

Tindora fry / Kovakai fry recipe

A variety of recipes can be prepared with tindora/kovakai in indian cooking.It is also prepared with other veggies like potato,raw plantain and brinjal.Kovakai tastes so good when made into kootu with pulses and coconut that enhances the taste of the kootu.Some add kovakai in making AVIYAL along with other veggies.I have shared here a simple … Continue reading Tindora fry / Kovakai fry recipe

Bread Gulab Jamun recipe

Looking for a classic dessert recipe with leftover bread slices ?Leftovers can always be converted into yummy makeovers.One such easy recipe is Bread Gulab Jamun where left over bread is converted into yummy dessert.It is prepared by mixing bread slices with milk,milk powder then fried in ghee and soaked in sugar syrup before serving. Regular … Continue reading Bread Gulab Jamun recipe

Kesar Kaju Katli / Kesar kaju burfi

Just few more days for Diwali ,the festivals of lights and all Indian homes will definitely be filled with varieties of sweets and savories by now.Indian sweets are always rich and special with the addition of ghee,cardamom ,nuts and saffron that enhances the flavor and taste of the sweet.I have shared a very rich and … Continue reading Kesar Kaju Katli / Kesar kaju burfi

Pasiparuppu Payasam / Moong dal Payasam

It's hard to believe I started this blog as a passion two years ago today! To celebrate any special day I prefer making Indian sweets.To make it even more special I would like to share a Tamilian traditional recipe Pasiparupu Payasam made using moong dal / split green gram dal and jaggery to make it … Continue reading Pasiparuppu Payasam / Moong dal Payasam

Dragon fruit Mango Smoothie

Pitaya or Dragon fruit is bright pink or white colored fruit with edible black seeds embedded in juicy pink or white flesh.Dragon fruit is packed with nutritional goodies and the seeds are rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.It is mildly sweet with the texture of a kiwi.The unique clean flavour of Dragon fruit blends … Continue reading Dragon fruit Mango Smoothie

Fig Milkshake (with almond & honey)

Although dried Figs are available throughout the year,nothing can beat the taste of fresh figs.And they taste even more delicious as milkshake with creamy texture and crunchy seeds.Fig milkshake is so thick like smoothies,thus makes us so filling with good nutrition. Figs are good source of dietary fiber and a sweet way to lose weight.The … Continue reading Fig Milkshake (with almond & honey)

Shankarpali (or) Sweet diamond cuts

Sweet Diamond Cuts or Shankarpali is such an easy sweet made with just 3 main ingredients (maida,sugar and ghee).But as they are deep fried ,it takes time to fry these small diamond bites.They are also called by other names like Bombaylakadi ,Kalakala and Maida biscuits. It can prepared both sweet and savoury,I have already posted … Continue reading Shankarpali (or) Sweet diamond cuts