February 2014
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Kal Dosa (Kal Dosai), yet another sponge variety of dosa. This is one of the famous SouthIndian breakfast dish in most of the restaurants. Kal dosa is slightly thicker than the traditional dosa. Generally, in my younger days, my mom used iron tawa for kal dosa, but now in these days, we all are using non-stick tawa. We need to make thick dosa and we have to cook it only on one side. We can see lots of small pores around the dosa and the dosa would be very soft.

Kal Dosa | Kal Dosai
Kal Dosa | Kal Dosai

Kal Dosa with Kara Chutney is one of the famous combination served in hotels. We can serve this soft kal dosa with Tiffin Sambar or other types of chutney too.

Paratha is an Indian whole wheat bread variety. Paratha's can be made with many different fillings. The most favourite and popular filling is with Aloo(Potatoes).  Aloo paratha with plain curd and butter or with onion raitha is one of the usual recipes in northen part of India for Lunch. Even Aloo Paratha with our favourite pickle/chutney is a wonderful combination. We can either make cooked fillings or uncooked but cooked fillings always taste better than the uncooked. Here i have given the cooked version of filling. I always prefer to stuff more filling to get richer taste.

Kachori, a very famous crispy Indian Snack. Perfect Kachori should be puffed up and flaky outside and hollow inside the filling usually gets stuck to the crust. Aloo Kachori is a flaky, crisp deep fried pastry filled with yummy potato filling. 

Samba Wheat is better than the ordinary wheat as it is rich in fibre. Instead of making Vennpongal with rice, we could try doing Pongal with samba godhumai or oats which is much healthier than the traditional pongal made with rice. We don't need to add more ghee also. Samba Wheat takes a little more time than rawa or oats. Try this yummy Samba Godhumai(Dhalia) Pongal dish and share your suggestions. 

Channa (Chickpeas) Masala Kuzhambu, a diet style of kuzhambu. Chickpeas are very healthy as they are rich in both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. They are the good source of protein for vegetarians. Nutritions also say that Regular intake of Chickpeas can lower LDL (bad) and total cholesterol. Due to high fiber content and low GI, chickpeas are excellent for weight loss diets. Salad with chickpeas are tasty and can keep you full longer, controlling the appetite.

Idichakka Thoran (Raw Jackfruit Stir Fry), my mom-in-law used to do this often. I learnt this recipe from her. In Kerala, they call this curry as Idichakka Thuvaran. The reason for this name is, in earlier days, people need to cook the raw(tender) jackfruit and they mince the cooked jackfruit in mortar and pestle that's why the name Idichakka(Chakkaya Idikaradhu). But now, we all are using mixer and grinder instead of mortar and pestle. I have also crushed the cooked jackfruit pieces in mixer only. But mixer crushing makes it more coarse than the hand crushed. If you have a mortar and pestle, then choose them instead of mixer to get more nicer and traditional curry.

Khandvi, a mouth-watering, popular and traditional Gujarati snack. We can also keep this as a starter and delight our family and guests. Very simple and easy to concoct this yummy dish. Gram flour(Besan) and yogurt are the main ingredients and the seasoning ingredients adds to the taste of the dish mainly. Lets see how to make this yummy Khandvi.

Thukkada (Spicy Thukkada), A very simple yet crunchy and spicy snack. Most of the snacks like murukku needs some experience to get them in the right shape and result. But this snack is very easy to make and the taste is also very yummy. This yummy snack does not need any expertise. All we need to know is to make diamond shapes. We can make the Thukkada (Spicy Thukkada) and store it in air tight container and have it for a week also.

Everyone starting from the teens to the elderly people are now concerned about the diet which they are consuming every day. Even we have apps in our Android and Apple devices which tell us exactly how much calories we are consuming based on our inputs. So most of us are now taking cautious steps towards proper balanced diet. Here, given below is an easy at the same time very healthy sambar. 

Having High running temperature?? Feeling Tired? Are you preparing food for "Just Delivered Mom" ? Want to start a porridge for 6 months old baby? Or just to have a rich and healthy porridge, then Parboiled Rice Porridge (Puzhungal Arisi Kanji) is the one and only best option for us. My sister used to say that this porridge has a capability of bringing down the temperature and helps us to get strength we lost because of illness. Not only that, for just delivered mom, this porridge used to be their supper atleast for a month as part of the Balanced Diet. It is the second good semi-solid food for the 6 month old babies other than Raagi porridge. 

Are you really excited to have a real sponge like Dosa, then try this dosa and you would surely accept this is the best Sponge Dosa to have ever!!! Very simple Dosa to make but simply delicious. Kids especially like this as it is very soft to eat. We just need to make sightly thicker dosa and need to cook it on one side only like Aapam. Lets see the recipe now...

Paneer Cutlet, a crispy snack for a wonderful evening as well as a perfect starter too!  It is a great snack for special occasions and parties. Crumbled Paneer mixed with bread, onions and mashed potato along with spices coated with bread crumbs makes this very tasty and crispy too :-). These Paneer Cutlet are crispy outside and soft inside. We can also add vegetables to this cutlet. In this version, I have not used vegetables, but we can surely add carrots, beans etc. 

Ratha Sapthami is an auspicious festival celebrated by Hindus and it is dedicated to Lord Surya. It is during this time that Surya/Sun moves from the southeast to the northeast. We worship Surya Bagwan for better health and wellbeing. Ratha Saptami is symbolic of the change of season to spring and the start of the harvesting season. For most Indian farmers, it is an auspicious beginning of the New Year. The festival is observed by all Hindus in their houses and in innumerable temples dedicated to Surya, across India. In 2014, this day falls on Feb 6th.

Coconut Milk Rasam, one of my favourite rasam. Whenever I feel bored of the traditional paruppu rasam, I just do the slight variation and change it to coconut milk rasam. The flavour of coconut milk cooked with tomato and tempered with ghee is a divine taste. Any stir-fry vegetable poriyal is a perfect combination for this yummy rasam!

Broccoli is a one of the very healthy vegetable which is packed with dozens of nutrients. This is one of the vegetable which the nutritionists are recommending to have multiple times a week. We can include broccoli as part of our daily salads. I tried the fusion between usili and Broccoli which turned out very good. Normally we do usili with beans, vazhaipoo, broadbeans and this experience of cooking is awesome.

Karamani Payaru Masala | Yard Long Beans Masala, is my third daughter-in-law's recipe. I used to make poriyal or poricha kuzhambu with Karamani Payaru, but for the first time when my daughter-in-law prepared this yummy masala, our whole family was happy to taste this delicious dish. This dish can be either served with Chapati / Roti or we can also mix this yummy masala with hot steaming rice!

Sago Idli | Sabudana Idli | Jevvarasi Idli, a very scrumptious and a different variety of Idli for a wonderful breakfast. Whenever I feel bored of preparing the traditional Idli batter, I would go for either Rawa idli, Oats Idli or Sabudana Idli. They are my favourite Idli varieties. Sago Idli are very delicious and very soft. We can serve this sago idli with Sambar or any chutney. My favourite is serving Sago Idli with Gun Powder(Idli Milagai Podi). 


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