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Tiffin Sambar for Idli/ Dosa is always a great treat to our taste buds, especially if it has the taste of restaurants. We always love the sambar served with mini idli in restaurants. It is a best complement for any South Indian Breakfast like Idli / Dosa / Upma / Uthappam etc. Tiffin Sambar is very simple to make and it is healthy too as we are going to add lots of veggies. The shallots is the main secret which really enhances the flavor and also the freshly ground coconut-spice paste. Finally before serving, garnish with fresh onions, coriander leaves and also little ghee. The ghee, just before serving, is another secret of getting of Restaurant style Tiffin sambar at home. Try this Hotel Style Tiffin Sambar and share your experience! 

Aloo Bonda is one of the simple and scrumptious evening snack. Its a popular snack in all hotels and even in marriages for an evening snack. It is very simple to make with less effort. There is another variety go Bonda which is also very popular is Mysore Bonda. Mysore Bonda is made with Maida (All purpose flour). But for Aloo Bonda, we use gram flour and rice flour along with indian spices. First of all we need to make Aloo Masala and then prepare batter using gram flour, rice flour and other indian spices. Then coat each potato masala dumplings in batter and deep fry till the bonds is crispy and golden brown. A Best tea-time snack for a nice evening!

Arisi Thengai Payasam is a traditional payasam which we make during festivals. Normally we make payasam using dals and jaggery. This is a slight variation of payasam without using dals. We concoct this with raw rice, coconut and jaggery to make this mouth-watering dish. It is one of the neivedhyam dishes.

Sodhi is a vegetable Stew which is so popular in Tirunelveli District of Tamilnadu. Mixed veggies (carrot, potato,drumstick) are cooked in greenchili-ginger paste along with thin coconut milk and then enriched with cooked moong dal along with thick coconut milk. Finally add a tanginess using lemon juice. In Tirunelveli, especially during marriages, this delicious Sodhi is served with hot steaming rice. Its also called as "Mapillai Sodhi". 'Mapillai' means 'Groom'. A wonderful veggie stew that goes well with Aapam, Idiyappam or even with hot steaming rice! Try out this Tirunelveli Sodhi and share your experience!

Capsicum Thokku, a spicy and flavourful thick mixture that would be a perfect accompaniment for rice, Dosa, Idli, uthappam etc. The rich aroma of the capsicum is the secret of this recipe. Capsicum, green chili, ginger along with curry leaves and coriander leaves are ground together and then boiled along with tamarind paste to make a thick paste. The combined flavor of capsicum and green chilli enriches the taste. We can also use red and yellow capsicum along with green ones. Try this Capsicum Thokku and share your experience!

Aval is a healthy grain. For most of the auspicious occasions and also during vrat days, this is one ingredient that is widely used. Aval Payasam is a easy to make kheer and it so delicious with a rich flavor of thick milk. Many kids love sugar based kheer instead of jaggery based payasam. Semiya Payasam, paal payasam and aval payasam is a best sugar based payasam. We can also make this payasam using coconut milk instead of plain milk.

Rafa Sheera, a special prasad (offering) made especially on SathyaNarayana Pooja on a Full MoonDay. Roasted Rava is cooked in milk and cooked with sugar and mushed banana and garnished with roasted cashews. This is much similar to our conventional Rava Kesari, but the variation is we are cooking rava in milk for Sheera and also add ripe banana. We can also make this same procedure with cracked wheat instead of sooji. Try this Rava Sheera (Sooji Halwa) and share your experience! 

Palak Pakoda (Spinach Fritters), Easy Indian Snack, a perfect tea time snack. Palak Pakoda, made of healthy greens like Spinach, mint & coriander leaves along with besan, rice flour and spices. A crunchy and tasty evening snack. Palak Pakoda is one way of making our kids to eat the greens. Sometimes we carve to eat something crunchy but we look of easier and quicker snack. 


Sweet Potato Roti, a nutritious and scrumptious variety of roti. Most of us know the health benefits of Sweet Potatoes. They are rich in fibre, rich in vitamin C and E, also good for heart. Using up such a nutritious veggie is always good for our health. So why not we try this sweet potato roti instead of plain rotis. I bet they are soft and more tastier than the normal rotis.

Bhindi Masala Gravy, a popular masala curry which is a perfect complement for Indian Roti / Naan etc. Ladysfinger are sautéed and added to onion-tomato based gravy along with many flavor full Indian Spices. Most of us, especially the children love Ladysfinger. So this would be a huge hit dish in most of the homes. Even in restaurants, most of us order bindi Masala as one side dish for Roti / Naan.

Ash gourd (Poosanikkai) Peanut Sambar is a mouth-watering SouthIndian Main dish which goes well with hot steaming rice. White pumpkin (Ashgourd) is cooked with tangy tamarind based gravy along with peanuts in addition to sambar spice. Pumpkin is a water vegetable and it cooks so quickly so if we are ready with cooked dal and peanuts, then this dish would take only 15 minute to finish. Serve this delicious Ashgourd Peanut Sambar Recipe | Poosanikkai Sambar with rice along with some nicely deep fried veggie and enjoy the taste!

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