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dill leaves paratha /soy keerai (Sadakuppai) paratha recipe

dill leaves paratha /soy keerai (Sadakuppai) paratha recipe

dill leaves paratha /soy keerai (Sadakuppai) paratha recipeDill leaves look like grassy ferns that has a strong sweet-scented leafy greens. This special fragrance makes it very unique from other leafy vegetables.Usually they make vadai with this dill leaves.Here they generally call it as soyi keerai ,in Hindi its savaa and Kannada its sabbasige soppu. This dill leaves paratha is an excellent dish that is very fragrant and goes great with any raita. Continue reading

recipe for radish paratha /mooli stuffed paratha recipe

recipe for radish paratha /mooli stuffed paratha recipe

radish paratha /mooli stuffed parathaThis recipe for radish paratha  is the most fulfilling and satisfying item by itself. These radishes have a peculiar pungent sweet smell which makes many to avoid this wonderful vegetable.Its one of the excellent tricky way to serve children with these paratha’s stuffed with grated radish. But, having these stuffed inside a paratha makes it more tasty and tempting.If you are unable to make rolling by the given method. Continue reading

chidambaram gotsu recipe /kathirikai (brinjal) gothsu for idli and dosa

chidambaram gotsu recipe  /kathirikai (brinjal) gothsu for idli and dosa

chidambaram gotsu recipe /kathirikai (brinjal) gothsuSamba sadam and chidambaram gotsu are inseparable speciality pair of Chidambaram. This classic gothsu pairs very well with idli or dosa.Its never a complicated dish to make and using small onions gives a special taste to this dish. Recently,I saw the making of Gotsu and samba sadam in a popular tv show and tried chidambaram gotsu recipe alone.You can even roast brinjals in open fire remove the skin and grind. Continue reading

how to make vada curry recipe (vada kari)/side dish for idli dosa

how to make vada curry recipe (vada kari)/side dish for idli dosa

how to make vada curry recipe (vada kari)/side dish for idli dosaVada curry is yet another excellent side dish for idli dosa.My love for this started from the hotels which serve idli vadacurry as an exclusive item.From then I too make it at home ,but in my home they (my hub and fil)are not much interested.But,still I do whenever I feel like having it.I like to fry the vadai’s than steaming it.Frying vada’s makes it taste intense than steaming it.If you want it to be with less oil then you can steam the vadai’s and make the gravy. Continue reading

chilli and garlic chutney /poondu chutney without coconut for idli dosa

chilli and garlic chutney /poondu chutney without coconut for idli dosa

chilli and garlic chutney /poondu chutneyWhen speaking about chutneys if, its spicy then it becomes my favourite. Sidedishes becomes important without which the main accompaniment becomes less exciting. This chilli and garlic chutney is a special chutney close to my heart because of its spicy tangy balance making you to have extra dosage of idli. I learnt this chilli and garlic chutney/poondu chutney from my neighbour friend whom Continue reading