Archive for the ‘Curries I Sambar I Saaru’ Category
Palak Dal is a Delicious and comfortable Dal which goes good rice/Roti’/Pulka’s. A nutritious dal made with Fresh spinach, Moong Dal, but it can be easily extended with a combination of Tur Dal. A quick and easy to make Dal with fewer ingredients.
Basale Alasande Sambar/ Malabar spinach recipe with black eyed beans – This is one of our comforting and a favorite curry made with roasted ground spices and fresh coconut are the key ingredients to make this sambar. One of the most versatile Mangalorean specialties is the Vegetable Gravy which is usually made during the week, The Vegetable Gravy is best […]
Pachadi is a mildly spiced coconut and yogurt based curry made with seasonal vegetables or fruits. This pineapple pachadi is sweet, tangy and spicy, providing a delicious accompaniment to the traditional Kerala sadya (vegetarian feast) side dish.
Raw Mango Dal is a delicious and easy to make South Indian Dal made with Toor dal and raw mango. This dal has a very typical flavor because of the natural sourness of raw mango, tastes heavenly when served with hot Rice. Mavinakayi Tovve is a family favorite recipe prepared quite often throughout the Mango season. Dal and […]
Chana ghassi is a popular Mangalorean curry made using fresh ground spices and coconut, This is an easy and healthy recipe made with the combination of black chickpeas and tender jackfruit which is an authentic combination, tastes good with rice. Dry roasted spices and coconut make a wonderful masala to flavour boiled chana, which has a rich […]
Jackfruit seeds kurma curry recipe – Sharing a jackfruit seeds recipe that goes great as a side dish for plain steamed rice or with chapattis. Jackfruit seeds are high in fiber, vitamin A and C. Jackfruit seeds are used in many Indian recipes from generations.
Uppu Saru/Sappe Saru /uppesaru is a traditional recipe of south Karnataka. It is a healthy and delicious dish made with vegetables, beans, greens, lentils, or pulses. Uppu Saaru with playa is a perfect dish to enjoy on a rainy day or to get rid of cold., today I am sharing Uppu Saru with Honagone Soppu, The English name […]
The English name of Honagone soppu is Sessile Joyweed, A healthy and nutritious green leafy vegetable available in rainy season. It has a bunch of medicinal values. It’s called Koypa in Marathi, Honagone in Kannada, Ponnaganti koora in Telugu and Ponnanganni Keerai in Tamil. Honagone soppu and green gram make a good protein pack combination. It is a […]
Methi dal or fenugreek leaves dal is a very delicious dish made with fresh methi leaves, dal. A healthy, tasty and nutritious, protein-packed dal served with hot steamed rice or Rotis for lunch or dinner. It is typically prepared with just tur dal and fresh methi leaves, but it can be easily extended with a combination […]
Dal fry is a popular and delicious Indian side dish to serve with rice or rotis. Dal fry is usually prepared with yellow lentils or pigeon lentil. You can also use moong dal or masoor dal to make this recipe. Dal Fry is made by adding boiled and mashed Dal to a gravy made of Onion, Tomato and Indian […]
Brahmi sambar is a nutritious and delicious South Indian curry, It is a quick and easy to make sambar prepared with Brahmi leaves which is ideal to serve with hot steamed rice. Brahmi is a medicinal herb that grows in the fields which is a powerhouse of nutrients.
Vegetable sagu is a traditional Karnataka recipe. It is prepared with the mixed combination of spices, coconut, and vegetables. In every south Indian home, sagu is prepared often as a side dish for Poori, Chapati, Dosa or Idli. The rich creamy texture of curries makes your breakfast complete. In short saagu / sagu is a coconut based […]