Mangalorean Chicken Curry ~ Weekend Cooking!

Mangalorean Chicken Curry was cooked some weekends back, but getting around now. I was in mood to cook something new, so took out my chicken cookbook. The name sounded exciting and since I was thinking I should make something different, I was eager to try this out. On checking the recipe, I knew immediately that […]

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Palak Jhunka ~ Spinach in Gram Flour!

The weekend has been one swing of cooking and I finally prepare many that were pending for a long time. This dish, though I had read about it a long time ago, didn’t know what its called and whose specialty it is. When I had read this in my cookbook, I was curious to know […]

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Nippattu ~ Nippattlu

I am for snacks anytime. I always used to look forward to the festival seasons, for Amma used to prepare many snacks for diwali or other festival days. She used to prepare so many dishes, that we won’t know which to complete first. I used to be so obsessed that I used to get up […]

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Jonna Rotti | How to make Jowar Roti

I was introduced to Jonna Roti when my Athamma prepared it at home. She got the flour from Andhra with her, when she came down to stay with us. Hailing from Anantapur, they have a great influence of Karnataka over their cuisine to some extent. Knowing few dishes that are prepared at their home, I […]

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Kesari Bhath ~ A Delightful Dessert!

Kesari Bhath is something that’s very dear to me. This is one sweet that my nephew and nieces always want, when they visit us. The first day breakfast menu will always be Idly, Sambar, Chutney and Vada with Kesari Bath. My sis-in-laws will ensure that the kids had their breakfast before letting them peep at […]

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Bisi Bele Huli Anna ~ A feast for all time!

We had a neighbor who was a kannadiga. This doctor got married after few months moving next door. His young wife was a pretty lady, who was so typically kannadiga and didn’t know a word of Tamil. This was our first brush with Kannadiga cuisine and culture. For all her modern upbringing and other things, […]

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Kori Kundapuri ~ Chicken Kundapuri & Ghee Rice

One of my readers asked me if I knew how to make Coondapur style Ghee Roast Chicken. Well I didn’t, but then there is no point why I should not try to know what it is, right?. When I did a little research, I came to know that this is chicken roast dish served with […]

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