It’s always a yes-yes for a hot-hot soup in such cool-cool winter. I am right ๐Ÿ™‚ may be not so hot but a warm.., delicious soup in a cold evening.. imagine how satisfying it could be. Getting on some soup recipes these days. That’s the best, easy and healthier way to satisfy your tummy in winters. If the chicken stock or the vegetable stock is readily available, your work is all done in just few minutes. Today’s recipe has the vegetable stock included but, in the coming posts, I’ll also explain the other way.. without using the store bought stock. Vegetarian stuff though ๐Ÿ™‚ HereRead More →

Salad — ย is a ready-to-eat dish which is almost a raw mix of various ingredients usually including vegetables, fruits, mild spices and nuts. Usually a start/side in the meal. Now, how wouldn’t a raw veggies dominant dish be nutritious! Any salad is undoubtedly fresh, feel good and a superb healthy dish to start with. Verrrry Nutritious too ๐Ÿ™‚ Also, one of the kinds of best food for those who are on diet. Coleslaw or slaw, as called in America, is in simple terms, a Cabbage salad. Cabbage, mayonnaise , vinegar and very few other spices make a Coleslaw.ย Few recipes also suggest to include buttermilk andRead More →

coconut chutney

Coconut-Dalia chutney is a frequently made side dish for Dosas, Idlis, Upma varieties and few snacks. A pretty common, famous south indian side dish. It is a very simple and fast side dish that can be made with very few ingredients. ย My hubby says.., and most of the south indians say.. there is nothing special about a Dosa, Idli or a Upma when not accompanied with this chutney ๐Ÿ™‚ Here it is. Happy Cooking!!! Ingredients: 1 cup Dalia(Split-Roasted chana Dal / Putnalu) 1/2 cup grated Coconut 2 medium Green chillies(if they are very spicy, otherwise, 3) 1 tsp Cumin seeds/Jeera 3-4 medium length Tamarind flakesRead More →