Coconut Coriander Rice ~ Tried & Tested!

Tried and Tasted is the new event started by the lovely Zlamushka at her Spicy Kitchen! This is an event to appreciate other blogs – an opportunity to thank our fellow bloggers for sharing their recipes by re-creating them. Starting the very first edition of T&T, “laboratory rat” as Zlamushka says is our dear friend […]

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Quick Mexican Rice with Tomatoes and Green Pepper!

Well I have had this book over a decade, its the recipe book that came along with Nippo Electeric cooker. Amma has been using this cooker for a long time and most recipes in that book are tried and tested. It comes with beautiful pictures and very simple recipes. We must’ve tried most of them […]

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Karivepaku Annam ~ Spiced Curry Leaf Rice!

Karuveppilai sadam or Karepaaku Annam is our all time favorite rice. This rice can also be made with the Spiced Curry leaves Powder or in a very simpler way too. Curry leaves are so important to our Indian cooking. Most of our dals are incomplete without a curry leaf in it. That not being enough, […]

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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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Traditional Curd Rice

This simple curd rice is called by so many names – Perugamma or Daddojanum or Thayir Sadam (Tamil Nadu) or Bagala bath. Curd Rice is a must at our home, be it for lunch or for dinner. Even if its only one spoon you got to eat it. It is normally eaten towards the end […]

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Spicy Rice Maharashtrian Style – Masala Bhath

Weekends are always hectic. Planning to prepare something special for Sunday lunch is always interesting and exciting. Especially if I am trying new recipes, I am filled with apprehensive thoughts like ‘will this dish will be accepted by all and etc etc’. This time I wanted to try something Marathi and I adapted this recipe […]

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