January 29, 2014

[Event Announcement] Black and White Wednesday # 115

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January 26, 2014

Quick Lemon Dal Recipe | Nimmakaya Pappu | Andhra Recipes

Learn how to make a quick lemon dal or nimmakaya pappu (as it is called in Telugu). What I love about this simple dal is the tangy lemon juice combined with soothing dal into almost a soup like consistency. It tastes perfect as-is with loaf of crusty bread, pour over cooked rice or as a side dish for rotis. If you are looking for easy dinner ideas for one, this recipe fares very well in that category too! 

January 22, 2014

Ajwain Brown Rice Recipe | Vaamu Annam | Carom Seed Fried Rice | Andhra Recipes

Learn how to make easy fried rice with ajwain (or carom seeds), one of the quick and easy meals I tend to make during busy weekdays especially to use up leftover (white or brown) rice. Carom seeds are known for their numerous home remedies like to subside acidity, constipation, cold and even flu without any side effects. Ajwain (as it is called in Hindi) is one of the widely used spices in Indian cooking and it is recommended to use sparingly to reap its many benefits.

Left over magic ~ Brown rice flavored with carom seeds

January 20, 2014

Simple Indian Beetroot Salad Recipe

Learn how to make a simple Indian beetroot salad, a vegan recipe with steamed beets and lightly spiced with cumin powder and lemon juice dressing. Another easy variation is this roasted beet salad in yogurt dressing. These two salad recipes can be served as side dishes, main course-salads or just as healthy snacks.

January 12, 2014

Top 25 Sankranthi | Pongal Recipes + How to make Indian Coconut and Rava Laddu | Sooji Ka Ladoo | Step by Step Recipe

Has a week whizzed without a new post on this blog? Darn! there goes my New Year's resolution to publish two posts per week out of the window. But, my motto for 2014 in general is to say to myself every single morning - 'I Refuse to Give Up!'. So, here I am with a new recipe - "Coconut and Rava Laddu" (Sooji Ka Ladoo) for you all adapted from my BFF DK's blog - Chef In You. Just a handful of ingredients and less than 30 minutes of time is all that's needed to make my favorite laddu of all time.

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