Creamy Mango Milk Popsicle

Take a refreshing break from scorching sun with a Mango Milk Popsicle. A popsicle like this made with fresh fruit and with no artificial ingredients makes us really feel refreshed and cools our soul. This is an easy, no cook kulfi like icepops with just 4 ingredients that can be made instantly when you have mangoes in your pantry. The malai / cream added gives a … Continue reading Creamy Mango Milk Popsicle

Aloo Chapathi

Aloo Chapathi / Aloo Paratha is a North Indian stuffed flat bread variety. This recipe has a slight variation in using SouthIndian Homemade curry powder to the potato stuffing instead of individual spice powders. No other masalas are used other than this curry powder along with few herbs. It tastes awesome and preparation is simple. This stuffing can be prepared a day before in advance … Continue reading Aloo Chapathi

April 2017 Share And Inspire Others! – Green Leafy Vegetables

Hi dear all, check out healthy and tasty collection of recipes with greens. I am glad to be a part of this Share and Inspire, as always. Hope you all participate in upcoming monthly events with awesome themes. I thank Esme The Recipe Hunter for this opportunity to Share and Inspire. Compilation of April 2017 Share and Inspire Others! – Green Leavy Vegetables via April 2017 … Continue reading April 2017 Share And Inspire Others! – Green Leafy Vegetables

Murungai Keerai Poriyal / Drumstick Leaves Stir Fry

Drumstick leaves / Murungai Keerai have been a part of Indian cuisine for a long time. These leaves may be considered as a king of all greens due to its numerous health benefits. During my childhood days, we used to have drumstick tree at our backyard from which we pluck leaves, drumstick and its flowers.My mom prepares poriyal, sambar and many other recipes with it … Continue reading Murungai Keerai Poriyal / Drumstick Leaves Stir Fry

SouthIndian Style Chole Masala

A SouthIndian twist to usual NorthIndian style Chole masala. This chole masala is infused with southern flavours. Especially, the spice kalpasi(stone flower) provides an unique flavour which is mostly used in Chettinad cuisine of southindia. The chana cooked in the coconut gravy has a melt in mouth consistency and its apt with any Indian breads. For other Gravy for Indian breads, refer here. Ingredients: Kabuli … Continue reading SouthIndian Style Chole Masala

Blogger Recognition Award! (2,3,4&5)

Hi dear all, I am so excited and pleased to share with you all about my nomination of Blogger Recognition Awards by four wonderful ladies: Shaz of Sure Scribbles has a blog about various thoughts that is penned down in an awesome way. Abha Jha of Abha’s Recipes and Saumya of Pamper ur taste buds has droolworthy recipes that you cannot miss to try it out.  Aditi Singh … Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award! (2,3,4&5)

Sakkarai Pongal / Sweet Pongal Made With Milk

Pongal is one among the Traditional festivals of Tamilnadu which is celebrated as a thanksgiving festival to Sun god. This Sakkarai Pongal / Sweet pongal is an festive sweet that is mostly offered as neivedhyam to God during the Pongal festival. Not only I make this recipe for Pongal festival but also whenever we crave for it😋. Here I have added milk to cook rice instead … Continue reading Sakkarai Pongal / Sweet Pongal Made With Milk