Crispy Masala Dosa

Dosa is a south Indian crepe relished by people of all ages. Typically dosa is prepared for breakfast or dinner and served as crispy dosa or spongy dosa. Crispy dosa is a thin paper-like crepe enjoyed by kids and spongy dosa is somewhat similar to a pancake. Although there are numerous varieties of dosa prepared…

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Idli

About 1000 years old south Indian delicacy, idli, is now gaining popularity all over the world as a healthy breakfast. Various studies conducted by renowned institutions around the globe state in unison that idli is one of the best breakfasts as naturally fermented rice & lentil batter is used in its preparation. First let us…

Idli-dosa batter

At the mere sight of a canister filled with idli-dosa batter inside my refrigerator I feel totally relaxed as it helps my meal planning easier. With this multi-purpose batter I can make simple podi-dosa when I feel lazy, or treat ourselves with a sumptuous feast, or give a traditional twist to overcome our meal monotony!…

Aloo Paratha with garlic-tomato dip

Aloo paratha is an Indian bread stuffed with spicy potato. It is a hearty meal that can be packed for children’s lunch. I prefer to serve delicious aloo paratha with hot tangy garlic-tomato dip (instead of pickle) & refreshing onion raita for breakfast or dinner. You canĀ find the recipes for both aloo paratha & garlic-tomato…

Poori

Poori is the most favorite food for all Indians young or old. For children it can be packed for lunch or served when they return home after school. Here you can check the recipes for regular poori, cheese poori & palak poori. Potato masala is the most common accompaniment for poori; other sides that go…

Sambar for Tiffin

Sambar is the most popular side dish for idli, or dosa (particularly masal dosa) all over India. But it is typically prepared by south Indians; others used to feel that their sambar is not as delicious as the one prepared by south Indians. So here is the recipe for simple and delicious sambar that is…

Starch-free Rice

If you are keen to take low-carbs and rice is your staple food, then here is the cooking method with which you can reduce the carbs in rice by 40%. In this method starch in rice is drained off while using a cooking pot with a locking lid that has holes in it; when the…