Spicy Chapati Crumble is a quick fix breakfast menu, using left over chapati’s from the previous day.It is a quick, easy, delicious and a smart way to use up the leftovers in a spicy and satisfying breakfast.
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Tamarind Poha : A sweet and tangy simple breakfast dish made in the coastal regions of South India, specially in the temple town of Udupi in the state of Karnataka. Sri Krishna, the ruling deity of the temple town is believed to be fond of everything Poha/flattened rice. An easy kid friendly evening snack, a family favorite dish that can be made with many vegetables specially potatoes.It is gluten free and a great choice when it comes to menu planning for weight loss .
The term chutney comes from the East Indian “chatni “, meaning “strongly spiced”.It is described as a condiment which usually consists of a mix of chopped fruits or vegetables, tamarind, spices and sugar added occasionally to be cooked into a chunky spread.
Dahi Baingan/Eggplant in Yogurt curry is a East Indian dish made with eggplants/brinjal in yogurt/curds curry. “Dahi” means yogurt/curds, “Baingan” means eggplant/brinjal in Hindi. Dahi Baingan is a mildly spiced flavorful dish which goes very well with Chapati’s/Indian flat breads. Quick & easy to make with just a handful of ingredients, deliciously tasty & creamy.
Palak Tambuli/Spinach Yogurt Mash is a traditional dish from the coastal region Udupi, of the southern state in India,Karnataka. Packed with nutrition and flavor, a favorite side dish during the hot summer months. The yogurt/curd is believed to hydrate and the spinach is packed with nutritional value. The coconut adds […]
Rasam /Saaru / Chaaru is a thin watery soup of South Indian origin. It is traditionally prepared using tamarind extract/juice as a base, with an addition of tomatoes, chili peppers and spices like cumin and coriander seeds as seasoning. Steamed lentils may be added along with any choice of vegetables […]