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Kerala Pineapple Madhura Curry

Pineapple Madhura Curry is a specialty dish from Kerala( a South Indian State),famously known as Gods own Country. You need less than 30 minutes to prepare this yummy dish. Pineapple Madhura Curry This Pineapple Madhura Curry is a dish from Kerala which is a must in special occasions. It is so easy to prepare and require only minimal ingredients. The …

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Ulli Theeyal/Shallots in Roasted Coconut Curry

This is typical Kerala Ulli Theeyal / Shallots in Roasted Coconut gravy. Theeyal Theeyal means curry with burned coconut which is achieved by roasting it to brown color. The color of the curry depends on how brown you roast the coconut. Grated coconut is roasted with coriander seeds,dry red chillies and some spices. There are various types of theeyal. There …

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South Indian Pineapple Rasam

Hi friends, today we are going to see another recipe from South India. It’s Pineapple Rasam. Rasam can be called as soup for better understanding. There are various kinds of Rasam . It is a must dish in a South Indian feast.No feast is complete without Rasam. Even each and every household makes it in everyday menus. Rasam aids in …

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Scrambled Egg Masala

This is a easy dish you can make with handful of ingredients you have. You can easily substitute eggs with Cauliflower or Green peas or any vegetable of your like. Ingredients Eggs – 4 Onions – 3/4 cup thinly sliced Tomato – 1 big chopped Ginger Garlic Paste – 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp Red chilli powder – …

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Kerala Vegetable Stew

Today I give you a recipe from my homeland, a Stew. There are lots of types of stews, both vegetarian and non vegetarian. Our today’s recipe is vegetarian ☺. This is one of my favorite. This is so simple, easy yet full of flavor of coconut milk. I used canned coconut milk here. But I say if you can,use fresh …

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Moongdal/ Split green gram Sambar

I have earlier posted various sambar recipes . This is different from them . Today I give you sambar made of moongdal or split green gram dal. It tastes different from Toor Dal in which normally sambar are made. Ingredients Moongdal / Split green gram dal – 3/4 cup Mixed veggies – 1/2 cup ( I used cauliflower florets, carrots …

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Green gram dal curry

This is a mild curry to go with rice. If you love to include pulses in your lunch, I recommend this. High in protein it’s good for kids. Ingredients Green gram dal – 1/2 cup Tamarind – a small lemon sized Shallots – 6 or 7 Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp Salt – as required To sauté and grind Tomato …

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Varutharacha Sambar( Palakkad style)/ Veggie curry with Roasted coconut

This is one of my favourite sambar. This is Palakkad style( Kerala, India) sambar with roasted coconut. Usually this is a must in any special occasion. This sambar is had along with cooked rice but I love to have with idli or dosa. Ingredients Toor dal – 1/2 cup Drumstick – 1 cut into small pieces Potato – 1 cut …

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Kumbalanga parupu curry/ White pumpkin and dal curry

If you are in weight reduction resolution like me? then add white pumpkin in your diet. Here is one recipe that will help you include pumpkin. Ingredients White pumpkin/ Kumbalanga- 1 cup chopped (                                                     …

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Tiffan sambar( no dal)

This is my MIL s recipe. Before marriage for me, sambar means , only with dal . But this was new to me when I went to my husband’s home. This goes well with idli and dosa.   Ingredients Onion – 1/2 cup chopped Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp Salt –  as required Curry leaves – few Coriander leaves – …

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