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Crunchy outside, yummy inside, resembles to bird’s nest, makes a perfect appetizer; What more do you need??? After tasting Tuna cutlets, I seldom make chicken cutlets as tuna cutlets taste much better than chicken or any other meat. If you haven’t tried with tuna, I highly recommend you guys to give it a shot and you’ll be glad that you tried it....

A vegetarian delicacy that made me forget that I am actually eating vegetables… Last night while looking at my Dinner365.com website and the dinner pictures that I had posted so far made me realize that I haven’t cooked many veggie dishes. I do include veggies in my diet but it would always be accompanied by some non-veg dishes. So, for tonight’s...

Tapioca and fish when combined makes the best Kerala dish loved by all Keralites… The mere thought of Tapioca and Fish together makes my mouth drool. A dish very close to almost all keralites and a dish which can bring back lots of good memories. Tapioca is widely available in Kerala and it has been the staple food of most of the people there. This dish gained...

Applauding myself for coming up with the idea for making South Indian breakfast speciality Idiyappam in less than 15 minutes without any hand work… I have already blogged about making Idiyappam in the traditional way using an Idiyappam maker. I love this dish, it’s soft, easy to digest and makes a good breakfast or dinner. But I never ever liked the fact...

This traditional South Indian Fried Snack with a cup of hot tea in the evening is a pure bliss for South Indians… Nowadays weekends are all about playing with my niece via video chat. It’s a great feeling to watch her grow up so fast and she has turned into a great entertainer. Every weekend, I am amazed to see how she plays new tricks to entertain me....

My favorite part of the chicken has always been the legs… I remember the days growing up how I used to fight with my sister over chicken legs. I still love chicken legs better than the other parts of the chicken. My preferred way of devouring chicken legs has always been when it is fried, especially Kerala style chicken leg fry marinated with aromatic spices...

Hearty Soup loaded with chunks of beef and veggies, so comforting… I had beef in my freezer and all kinds of veggies stacked in my refrigerator. And I had only one intention, to make a dish combining the beef and the veggies in the most easiest way, yet it should open up my senses. Well, I did succeed in it. A hearty irresistible soup loaded with chunks of...

Insanely delicious sweet of Karnataka, India… When I get the craving I make sure to succumb to it. I’ve been craving for Mysore pak for many days and it was on sunday evening I finally decided to give it a shot in my kitchen. Making Mysore pak is not a completely new thing to me, I had witnessed my mom make this quite a few times in her kitchen. That...

Snacking and listening to music… Today has been a bitter cold day. It was all bright and sunny in the morning, all of a sudden it turned windy and started snowing real bad. Reaching home, first thing I wanted was to sip something hot to keep me cozy. After drinking a cup of coffee, I had the craving for having some fried snack. Felt very lazy to cook at first,...

Eggplant Rice with toasted sesame seeds… Eggplant is one of my favorite vegetables. I love how it gets mushy and tender when cooked. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with grilling eggplants. So this time I wanted to try something different and I made eggplant rice. To make it little more flavorful I added toasted sesame seeds. Eggplant rice tasted delicious...