Rajma Masala with Aloo!

Rajma Masala is mostly served with Rice and is famously referred as Rajma Chawal. However, when you are serving with roti,  you will want a little thick gravy, so in today’s recipe, I have a thick gravy, where I haven’t used any electronic gadgets to grind any of the ingredients. To make the gravy thick, […]

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Jangiri | Jhangiri ~ Indian Deepavali Sweet

Jangiri or Jhangiri is traditional Indian Sweets prepared all over India during the festival season. It is one of the popular sweets prepared during Deepavali or Diwali across the Indian States. In the north, this sweet is called as Imarti, while in South India, it is called as Jhangiri or Jangiri. I am not very […]

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Jeera Aloo Sabji

Jeera Aloo Sabji is one of the easiest dishes you can make. It hardly takes time and very quick to prepare. Jeera or Cumin is my favourite spice. I tend to add it more to many of my regular dishes as well. When I started cooking, this was one of the spice I was very […]

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Coconut Chutney ~ Side Dish for Idli Dosa

Coconut Chutney

Coconut Chutney is one of the most versatile chutney, famous all over the south. Each region adds its own distinct flavour to the base chutney. Almost all the hotels in Tamil Nadu serve this along with Dosas and Idlis. The chutney is almost so white and has a very nutty taste that makes the tiffin […]

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Uggani | Borugula Upma | Puffed Rice Upma


Uggani is a popular breakfast dish from Rayalaseema, Andhra Pradesh. This dish is prepared with Borugulu or Puffed Rice. When I say Rayalaseema, I need to be more specific and say this is a popular snack in Ananthapuram district and not elsewhere, as I never knew it is done in Tirupati or surrounding, even though […]

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