Ingredients: Lemon Green Chilly Ginger Tomatoes Tur Dal Curry leaves Coriander Leaves Turmeric powder Asafetida powder Pepper powder Jeera powder / Cumin Seed powder Method: Cut green chilly, ground ginger, chop tomatoes in a cooking bowl. Add turmeric powder and water and keep it for boil. Boil Tur Dal, make it a paste and blend
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Ingredients: Onion (4) Ginger (2 inch) Garlic (2 ) Red chillies (5) Salt to taste Mustard seeds Oil Curry leaves Method: Cut onion, ginger, garlic, red chillies and salt and blend it. Heat oil, add mustard seeds. When the mustard seeds splutter, add curry leaves. Add the blend into the pan and heat it for
Hello and welcome to the food lovers world. This site is all about Indian food cooked at home that has a traditional touch that has been passed on from generations and rich in nutrition. I went to South India to capture these rare recipes that is getting extinct because of modern technologies. Mrs. Nagaraj
Ingredients: Ponankanni leaves (1 bowl) Moong dal (Green gram) (1 cup) Onion (1) Oil Red chilies (3 pieces) Mustard seeds (1 tbsp) Urad dal (1tbsp) Turmeric powder (1 tbsp) Asafetida powder (1/2 tbsp) Method: Wash and cut the leaves into half. Soak Moong dal/Green gram for 1/2 hour and keep it aside. Chop onion, add
Ingredients: Cauliflower Oil Curry leaves Mustard seeds Coriander leaves Urad dal Turmeric powder Asafetida powder Green Chilly Onion Method: Cut cauliflower and soak it in hot water for 10 min. Drain the water and keep it aside. In a bottom pan, heat oil, add mustard seeds, urad dal, turmeric powder, asafetida powder, chopped onion, cut
Ingredients : multigrain flour (Ragi, Jowar, Bajra, Wheat)/or/Wheat Flour rice flour green chilly onion salt to taste water Method: In a bowl, add chopped onion and green chilly, multigrain or wheat flour, rice flour. Add water and stir well to form a dosa batter. Heat pan, pour the dosa batter to form a circle shape.
Today’s recipe is about Indian food cooked at home that has a traditional touch that has been passed on from generations and rich in nutrition. I went to South India to capture these rare recipes that is getting extinct because of modern technologies. Mrs. Nagaraj is a homemaker who belongs to Bhraman family in Tamil