Ghee roasted vegetables are packed with oodles of nutty, buttery, starchy flavour with the nutrition intact, and made in less toil and time. It’s a perfect mid-week 30-minute vegetarian meal, and versatile, for you can serve it with pasta, or sour cream or crème fraîche, ground almonds, and lots of chopped coriander.
These soft and fluffy flakes of steamed rice gently flavoured with the exotic coconut, palm jaggery and gingelly (sesame) oil, will wipe away the toil and sweat of a hard day’s work the morning after. Wholesome and delightful, puttu is a powerful way to start your day.
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!
It’s true: happiness comes from simple things, and is found when you least expect it. Just like this french onion tart. The saltiness and the nuttiness in the cheese combine with the smoky tartness and sweetness of the onion, and the flaky buttery crust, making it simply remarkable.
There’s nothing else that infuses warmth as tenderly as these mini monsoon comrades and some hot tea on a cold and rainy day. Crispy, brown and scaarrrumptious, these split chickpea fritters, known here as masala vadas, and paruppu vadais are guaranteed mood lifters too.