Taro Chips | Seppankizhangu Chips

For the final day of cooking Root Vegetables, I decided to make my most favorite one of all, the Taro Chips. If one is to ask me what I love the most, I would anytime say its Seppankizhagu Varugal with Sambar. It was my growing up food combo and it has stayed the same, though […]

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Dum Ki Arbi ~ Fried Arbi in a rich Gravy!

I have a long time love affair. I know this might sound very strange. Even eccentric. Yet its true, I am talking about my affinity towards the humble tuber, the Arbi. We call it Samagadda in telugu. You may call it, by whatever name you may want. But it pulls my heart in many ways. […]

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An Ode to Arbi!

There are few things that I love most and Arbi happens to be one of them! Since childhood, there have been many things that I have never eaten and which later, got included. But among the few, that have always been my most favorite, is Arbi. I have infact blogged on different ways to cook […]

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Lunch Box Series : LBS#20

Though basically sambar would mean doing the same thing, with different vegetable it tastes different. Also the method we prepare it gets changed. Drumstick is a wonder vegetable. With the tender one, the sambar tastes heaven. I will give my right and left for a serving of Munakkaya Sambar made by Amma. She so tenderly […]

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Pappu Chaaru with Arbi Stir Fry – My Express Meal

Pappu Chaaru comes to rescue for our Sunday dinner. After the heavy lunch, this is what has been on menu for many years at our place. We normally never think of making this on any other day or anything else for a Sunday dinner. Pappu Chaaru can be prepared in many ways. Infact, Athamma has […]

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