Cranberry Rasam has a distinct tartness and spiciness to it, that makes it a true repository of flavors. Rasam is either eaten along with rice or savored as a soup in South India. Apart from being soothing and satiating to the senses, the soup is also considered to be dense in nutritional and health benefits.
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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.
The rains haven’t stopped since a week, to say that I am aching for some sunlight this Spring season would be an understatement. Mother Nature, we seriously need some sunshine! Wanting something to spice up the otherwise dull gloomy morning, I searched for inspiration, as always with a wide open […]
The sun glowed gloriously outside the window.Lying in bed watching the light and shadow effect , I longed to get up and try some cooking, yet my recent surgery did not permit much mobility as yet, so I lay down and watched some more. The ache to eat something spicy […]
“Thokku” is traditionally used as a side or flavor enhancer to the last course in most Tamil meals, which is rice with homemade yogurt. However, the possibilities are endless. Mix with hot, steamed rice and a dash of sesame oil and you have a satisfactory meal.It is a cooked-down relish made from mainly fruits, vegetables and herbs.”