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The most delectable and aromatic cooked Rice, which goes well with Chicken curry or Mutton curry.. Is there any ingredient which cannot be mixed with rice? If you want to find an answer, you definitely have to put a lot of thought into this. I literally throw anything from my pantry or from the refrigerator to convert cooked  plain rice into a delicious rice dish....

Sadya is not the name of one dish, it’s a grant feast involving many vegetarian dishes served on a banana leaf. It is the popular vegetarian meal of Kerala served during festivals and special occasions. Having born and brought up in Kerala aka God’s Own Country, I had the opportunity to taste most of the Kerala delicacies. In Kerala, there are 14 districts,...

Chukkappam is a popular snack in Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu. It’s served with Chicken fry and it’s irresistible… “When CHUKKAPPAM and CHICKEN FRY were united in the holy matrimonial”… Nobody knew they would reign the hearts of so many snack freaks, irrespective of their taste buds, appetite or desire.  If you are someone...

My mom’s specialty dessert… Do you have any kind of food with which you have shared a strong bond right from the moment food got into your brains? If yes, then we should team up. I can call mine as “My mom’s specialty dessert”. I have had the opportunity to taste this dessert made by my Aunt’s, other family members and even non-family...

A sumptuous, mouthwatering Kerala delicacy: Meen and Kappa ie,  Fish and Boiled Tapioca. One of the amazing things about growing up in Kerala( the most beautiful and serene state in India) is the inseparable connection we have with fish. If you are a non-veg and if you happen to be in Kerala, you can definitely devour fish everyday, that too the catch of the day....

This herbal coffee is a great remedy for cold, headaches, sinus etc, will instantly open up your senses and makes you feel better…. If I have a cup of this homemade herbal coffee, I would shy away from any other branded coffee in the market. I have been feeling dizzy and inactive for the last couple of days, only one thing that is keeping me up and running...

I am still in the Eid celebration mood, before it fades away I wanted to blog about the big feast I had for Eid, and so here I am blogging, even after feeling exhausted. I am up for any kind of celebrations any time of the year. Before, when there was any celebrations, I would look forward for the special dishes my mom would make for us. Now, I would look forward...

I have been on a blogging spree for the last couple of weeks. I am surprised to see that I have blogged on almost everyday. This is quite impressive and at the same time I sincerely wish that this dedication lasts forever, as I am the kind of person who would get distracted by some other activities pretty easily. Since I am observing fast for this month, I hardly...

Poori is a famous Indian bread; served for breakfast with veg or non-veg curries. The other day, I made poori in a real fancy way. I had beef that day, so made beef masala and then stuffed the beef masala into the poori and fried it. Doesn’t it sound fancy? It came out pretty good and needless to mention, the stuffed pooris disappeared from the platter in no...

During Ramadan fasting season, one dish I look forward to while breaking the fast is this Creamy Rice porridge or knaji. There are a different ways of making this. Here I am posting a quick and easy recipe, which is more like a comfort soup on any day. Creamy Rice Soup or Ramadan Kanji or Nombu Kanji Making Ramadan Kanji or Nombu Kanji Save Print Creamy Rice...