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Tomato Rice is a favorite dish in the Tamil Nadu state of South India, and it’s simple, quick, and delicious. This one-pot marvel, also known as Thakkali Sadam in Tamil, is tasty, healthful, and ideal for packing in a tiffin for lunch on the road. While this tomato rice is a little spicy, the spice may easily be adjusted to your preference. Serve it simple or with boondi raita and crispy papad. It’s a deliciously…

Do you have a strong desire for a delectable mutton curry? Then there’s this simple but delectable South Indian mutton curry. South Indian cuisine is noted for its incredible combination of flavors and aromas. South India has been blessed by nature, and it is here that some of the world’s best spices may be found. As a result, the goodness of spices may be found in South Indian cuisine as well. Mysore Mutton Curry is…

Crispy idli tikki is an easy and tasty meal. Is there any idli in your refrigerator? Serve this delightful appetizer with your evening tea by making this crispy veggie and idli tikki. Crispy Idli Tikki Recipe is simple and delicious. Do you have any leftover Idlis in the fridge? Make this Crispy Vegetables and Idli Tikki as a tasty snack to accompany your evening tea. This is, without a doubt, one of the best Leftover…

Badam Milk is a famous Indian drink made with fresh almond paste and milk. It’s typically spiced with cardamom and saffron, making it a fragrant and flavorful beverage! It’s a delightful drink, but it’s also incredibly filling, both in terms of texture and calories. The drink is always provided during weddings, special occasions, and parties, therefore it’s not something that Indians consume on a daily basis. On a hot summer day, chilled badam milk was…

Thengai Arisi Payasam is a typical payasam that is prepared for festivals. Payasam is traditionally made using dals and jaggery. This is a somewhat different payasam without the use of dals. This recipe is made with uncooked rice, coconut, and jaggery, and it’s delicious. One of the neivedhyam dishes is this. We make one type of payasam for most Hindi festivals, along with other traditional offerings. Payasam made with jaggery rather than sugar is always…

From ‘God’s own nation,’ a crisp fried chicken recipe. Serve with a squeeze of lime, which is a family favorite. This roasted chicken can be served as an appetizer at your festival gatherings, and you can count on it to be the party’s super-hero. Spicy spices and aromatic taste in this fried chicken recipe. This meal highlights the dish’s authentic and most popular south Indian spice. This meal is simple to prepare at home as…

Dill Chitranna: Dill or Anethum graveolens or Sabsige as it is known in Karnataka is strongly aromatic, with many health benefits to its credit. It can be eaten both raw and cooked. Amaranth (Kempu Harive Soppu) Sasive: There is Amaranth or Kempu Harive, available in red and green forms in the market, whose nutritional value seems endless – calcium, potassium, iron, manganese, and more. Colocasia leaves (Kesu) pathrade: Colocasia or taro leaves are great for…

This multigrain khichdi is packed with beneficial fibre, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. It’s a natural immune booster and the perfect recipe for natural remedies! One can always enjoy a substantial bowl of this rice and lentil bliss, whether healthy or not. Khichdi is the Hindi word for a rice and lentil casserole meal from India. Traditionally, khichdi was a light-digestion meal prepared for sick and/or recuperating people, as it provides the necessary nutrition for the…

This Khichdi recipe, made with rice and moong dal, is light and easy-to-digest Indian dish. Serve this healthful, cozy, and satisfying porridge-like Dal Khichdi with curd, raita, or papad for a light meal. I’ll show you how to make Khichdi in three different methods (more in the post below and the recipe card). The pressure cooker stovetop version includes photographs and thorough directions, as well as the Instant Pot and Pan technique. Khichdi is a…