Archive for the ‘Home made spice powder’ Category
Curry leaves chutney powder is a healthy and tasty chutney powder made with fresh curry leaves, dry coconut, and other simple ingredients. Curry leaves are natural flavoring agents with a number of important health benefits, which improves digestion, lowers cholesterol, prevents graying hair, good for eyesight and much more… Incorporating curry leaves powder in your […]
Homemade coconut milk from shredded coconut for a healthy and inexpensive milk alternative, it is an easy to make recipe, for cooking south Indian rice and curry recipes, payasams, and also for making milkshakes with thin coconut milk and the milkshakes are really refreshing and light.
Vangi bhath powder is popular in south India, Vangi bhath is a super delicious rice dish, a flavorful spicy rice dish which is prepared for special occasion, festivals and also served as a breakfast dish. In south India it is a habit to stock up home made masala powders like sambar powder, (huli pudi in […]
Home made sambar powder is a south indian powder recipe, most of the family has got their own way of making sambar powder and using in the recipes. This home made sambar powder is followed from generations with the same ratio, which gives an aromatic flavour to any […]
Peanut chutney powder also known as shenga chutney pudi or shengdana dry chutney is actually a north Karnataka and Maharashtrian cuisine. South Indian food contains various dry chutney powder recipes that can be prepared in bulk and can be stored. It can be served with rice, idli or any breakfast, the most commonly prepared chutney at my home […]
Chutney powders are the perfect accompaniment to almost all South Indian breakfast dishes. It’s a life saver on those busy mornings, lazy mornings when you don’t have time/mood to prepare chutney. For bachelors / for someone who stays away from home, chutney pudi/powder always tops the ” list of food items to be taken”. Chutney […]