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Cabbage Curry | Muttaikose Curry

By: Priya Santhamohan | 0 Comments | | Category: Curry Recipes | Tags : , ,

Cabbage Stir Fry

Muttaikose Curry or Cabbage Curry is a very simple yet healthy one and can be prepared within minutes. The only messy part is chopping the veggie, that too if you use a food processor for chopping the veggie, the task would be finished quickly. Though i prepare varieties of curry... more

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Brinji Rice Recipe | Bay Leaf Pulao | Vegetable Brinji Sadham

By: Priya Santhamohan | 0 Comments | | Category: Lunch, Rice Varieties | Tags : , , , ,


Brinji Rice Recipe / Bay Leaf Pulao is a kind of variety rice or vegetable pulao popular in Tamil Nadu. This Vegetable Brinji Sadham is served in hotels and marriages. This is a one pot meal, loaded with veggies and filled with flavors, with a mild taste of coconut milk. It... more

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Onion Pakoda Recipe | Vengaya Pakoda Recipe

By: Priya Santhamohan | 0 Comments | | Category: Snacks | Tags : , , ,

Onion Pakoda

Onion Pakoda recipe is always a handy dish for lunch or as a starter. A rainy day evening is incomplete without these vengaya pakoda and a cup of steaming tea. Addition of mint leaves gives an extraordinary flavour to these vengaya pakoda recipe. If you dont like the smell of these... more

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Beans Poriyal Recipe | Beans Stir Fry Recipe

By: Priya Santhamohan | 0 Comments | | Category: Poriyal, Sidedish | Tags : , , , , , , , , ,


Beans Poriyal Recipe / Beans Stir Fry Recipe is a very quick and basic recipe that can be made in minutes. You can also prepare this poriyal with or without onion, dal or coconut. It also tastes good in either ways, let’s go to the Beans Poriyal recipe. Beans Poriyal... more

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Drumstick Sambar Recipe | Murungakkai Sambar Recipe

By: Priya Santhamohan | 2 Comments | | Category: Kuzhambu Recipes, South Indian, TamilNadu | Tags : , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Murungakkai Sambar Recipe

Sambar is a traditional South Indian kulambu recipe that is used with rice and tiffin items like idly, dosa, vada, pongal etc. South Indian cuisine is incomplete without this sambar. The word Sambar is from Tamil word “Champaaram” meaning spicy condiments. Sambar has several flavours and varies with regions like... more

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