recipe for bisibelebath powder /bisibele bath masala podi recipe
If you have a strong plan to make authentic bisibele bath rice then this recipe for bisibelebath powder is a must.The combinations of spices differs,where each home have their own table of spices for this bisibelebath powder.I have given the table of spices according to my family liking which I follow for years till now. Copra thengai is a must for this powder but Continue reading
vangi bhath masala powder recipe
Not actually every Indian dish needs spice powders but some preparations badly needs a specific combinations of spice powders!it becomes a representation of that particular Indian cuisine.vangi bhath masala powder recipe too is one such important spice mix needed to make vangi bhath but not only that you can add it to make some selected curries and gravies. Continue reading
authentic maharashtrian goda masala recipe
It’s quite questionable why the very same group of Indian spices are sometimes roasted and sometimes added as such!its all because for the reason that each method gives away different flavours with wide array of aromatics releasing from these spices with its own uniqueness.The preferences of spice mix differs between states that’s the reason why each region has its own “masala powders”and these masala mixes are inevitable authentic condiments in Indian cooking.Its the reason why every dish gives different taste and without these spices Indian cooking becomes meaningless.The landmark goda masala from maharashtra(authentic maharashtrian goda masala recipe) Continue reading
How to do sambar powder/homemadeSambarpodi
I don’t make sambar powder in large batches ,I do in small batches so that it keeps fresh for 15-20 days in an airtight container.In my family(both in-laws and mother’s house )they add dhania powder which contains all the spices in small amounts it is called kulumbu milagai thool nowadays.This thool is added to sambar, kootu and some varieties of kulambu along with chilli powder and is equally tasty as adding sambar powder. Continue reading
south indian idli podi recipe
whenever we are tired and not feeling well this podi comes handy to every one.when we make this podi in advance it comes handy without any hastle.while making this podi you can fry asfoetida and add or you can add as such.If we fry it smells great.This is the basic south indian idli podi recipe for idli and dosa , there are lot of variations in idli podi’s this is the basic one.In upcoming days I will post varies other podi’s.
Urad dhal - 1cup
Bengal gram dhal - 1cup
Dry chilli's -1 -11/2 cups
sesame seeds - 1/4 cup
salt - as needed
asafoetida - 1 tsp
In dry kadai add dhal's separately
and fry till golden brown
fry chilli's and salt with little oil or even without oil.
Fry sesame seeds separately
Add asafoetida and grind the mixture after it cools.
Homemade podi is great than any other ready made podi's.
Podi tastes great with sesame oil.
This podi becomes handy in timeless situations.
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