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coriander chutney tamilnadu style /fresh kothamalli chutney for idli dosa

coriander chutney tamilnadu style /fresh kothamalli chutney for idli dosa

coriander chutney tamilnadu style /fresh kothamalli chutney for idli dosaThis coriander chutney tamilnadu style is not at all a fancy recipe to learn it specially all from scratch. It’s such a simple side dish that is done at our home almost frequently in a weekly basis. It’s an excellent side dish for both idli and dosa. We are not doing any cooking thing to these farm fresh coriander leaves.I think many people also saut√© the whole process and then add little tamarind also and do this chutney. Continue reading

kothamalli sadham /sadam/coriander rice

kothamalli sadham /sadam/coriander rice

kothamalli sadham /sadam/coriander riceMy cooking becomes incomplete if am in shortage of these leaves that much valuable is this coriander and whole Indian cooking relies on it very much.Its notable that in most of the Indian cooking for gravies,sambars and rasams it’s particularly added at the end and switched off.Personally I adore this leaf for its wonderful aroma and flavour it leaves making even simple recipes into exotic one.This version of kothamalli sadham /sadam/coriander rice is Continue reading

recipe for kothimbir wadi /Maharashtrian vadi

recipe for kothimbir wadi  /Maharashtrian vadi

recipe for kothimbir wadiThe versatility of Maharashtrian food connects the world with its iconic dishes right from its street food to traditional variations!don’t know how many have experienced trying so many distinct forms of tasty food especially those new to this cuisine.Even as an Indian Iam not aware of so many dishes and the excitement is limitless finding these exotic dishes!with my blog as a “ground” trying each dish at the comfort of my home.This recipe for kothimbir wadi /is one such famous snack Continue reading

mint leaves chutney/pudhina chutney for idli and dosa

mint leaves chutney/pudhina chutney for idli and dosa

mint leaves chutneyIt is a simple type of mint leaves chutney as you may all know!! is easy to make,but explained in my own way that goes best with idly’s and dosas!!Of course,I don’t saute the leaves much as it is not necessary and more over to retain its green color.I use small onions in large amounts in my day today cooking!as I believe that there is always a difference in taste between large and small onions. Continue reading