Sunday, 16 October 2016

Dahi Bhindi Recipe

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 09:29:00
Dahi Bhindi Recipe is a curry which is very mild and simple in taste and goes on well with chapathi and rotis. Dahi bhindi can be prepared in 2 - 3 ways, of which, I will be showing this method that is quite easy and popular too. Here, we mix bhendi with a onion paste along with a few spices and tomato. Bhendi recipes are favourite among many people and it is quite healthy due to the calcium and other vitamins. Recently, the demand for bhindi has increased among the diabetic sector because of its medicinal values that could control the blood sugar. So, lets start with our dahi wali bendi recipe.


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Aloo Tikki Recipe

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 09:27:00
Aloo tikki recipe is one of the delectable chaat recipe that is loved and relished by all the age groups in the street food section. Basically, aloo is such a versatile dish and it acts as a good binding agent, hence it is found in most of the starters recipes. For this alu tikki we mix potatoes with few spices and then shallow fry it. Once your aloo tikki is ready in hand, you can prepare variety of snacks out of it like raagda patties, burger and so on. You can even prepare stuffed aloo ki tikki which I have already posted in my earlier posts where aloo patties are prepared and stuffed with green peas.


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Sabudana Kichdi Recipe.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 09:07:00
Sabudana Kichdi recipe is one of the most preferable piquant recipes when you are on fast. Obviously, it is a taboo to have onions and garlic on those days and this sabudana recipe is a handy one. These tapoica or sabudana are small chewy bubbles which floats in puddings or in payasam. It is highly versatile, thickening agent like that of cornflour and variety of dishes can be prepared using this saboodana, to mention a few of them like sabudana vada, payasa, dosa and roti. This is typically a Maharastrian recipe.


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Monday, 10 October 2016

Toor Dal Chutney / Togaribele Chutney Recipe.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 13:05:00
Toor dal chutney is a South Indian chutney which is one of the best accompaniment which goes on well with hot rice. It is very easy to prepare and very handy when you run out of vegetables. The taste of this chutney is so good that it enhances our capacity of eating and we land up in having a sumptuous meal. The combination of two lentils and grated coconut is the main highlight in this recipe. Many varieties of chutneys can be prepared by using different types of dal which will be covered in this blog. Tur Dal Chutney is also known as Togaribele Chutney in Kannada or Kandi Pachadi in telugu.

Toor Dal Chutney

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Saturday, 1 October 2016

Beetroot Halwa Recipe.

0 comments Posted by Veena Karanth at 10:34:00
Beetroot Halwa recipe is one of the simplest and easiest halwa which could be prepared without much effort. For the beginners, I would suggest you to start with this beet root halwa to learn cooking since this is a hassle free recipe. Here, we mix sugar with boiling beetroot and enrich the halwa by adding ghee and some cashews. It is almost similar to that of  Carrot Halwa recipe but of course, there is a difference in taste. Since the beetroots are bright in color the halwa prepared out of it looks very attractive and catchy.


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