This fiery, dark and intense beauty will definitely have you craving more in no time! With that darling black pepper to spice it up, the black pepper beef gravy South Indian style | beef pepper curry will fire up a cold night, exhilarate your taste buds and satiate a hungry you.
It is a wonderful thing really, to eat this super food and know how deeply nourishing it is. Call it what you want: ragi muddè, ragi kali or ragi balls, these finger millet balls are nutty and aromatic, and are a perfect accompaniment to gravies and chutneys. They fill up a hungry tummy with very little effort while providing a great bit of energy and good health.
Packed with equal parts nutrition and flavour, garlicky mushroom cheese galettes with caramelised onions and peppers make for a filling brunch. It has varying levels of savoury and texture, topped with a bite of bitterness, and just a little heat thrown in to bind it all together.
Dal, lentil curry, sambar and parrupu kulambu lovers: rejoice! For unto you is presented the king of lentil curries: the drumstick lentil curry. You shall find it more creamy, nutritious and glorious than just plain dal. Follow this recipe and you shall find great joy!
Loaded with goodness but uncompromising on the taste, baked eggs on a bed of vegetables are a perfect way to cleanse after a bout of festive eating. Plus, no guilt pangs whatsoever. The vegetables, cheese and egg offer a plethora of flavours and textures that make this dish simply divine!
Fenugreek leaves, while adding heaps of its distinctive flavour to methi chicken | chicken with dried fenugreek leaves, also bring out the flavour of the chicken much like orange halves: bitterness and tang — and we get to taste a medley of these two along with the savouriness of the chicken.
It’s time you met the most nutritive part of the ridge gourd: the ridge gourd peel. The lovely texture of this ridge gourd peel chutney | peerkangai thol thuvayal bursts with a heady amalgamation of flavours: sweet, sour, chilly, salt (much like scotch) on your tongue making you reach for more.
This distinctively piquant Mangalorean pork curry, otherwise known as Kudla panji kari will capture your heart, tongue and stomach from the very first time you set eyes on its alluring fire brick hue and taste that glorious porky goodness. ‘Nuff written. It’s time to eat!
There’s nothing more satisfying than wiping your plate clean off of Goan chouriço fry with a piece of pão. The dish was tailor made for that particularly slow Sunday afternoon when you’re feeling indolent, and only have the energy to stuff your mouth with all that spicy porky goodness.
Oh yes, you read right. There does exist a quick and easy chicken recipe. And you’ll find it right here, folks! This family favourite is mildly spiced, and doesn’t cut back on the flavour. The fragrant roasted coconut, cloves, cinnamon and fennel seeds make it heady!