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Capsicum Peanut Masala Curry is a very simple and easy to make yet very delicious Indian Vegetarian Gravy. It is a perfect accompaniment for roti/ naan. Capsicum cooked with onion-tomato masala is enriched with coarsely ground peanuts makes this an awesome dish. Most of the restaurants serve the standard gravies like Chole masala, paneer dishes, dal etc, but these are some interesting dishes which are unique and we would get nice appreciations from our family!

Green Peas paratha is a very delicious, healthy and filling breakfast. The medium coarse texture of butter sauteed filling made of green peas, chillies, coriander leaves and spices makes this stuffed peas paratha a delicious treat. Most of us have green peas handy in our refrigerator. We can use fresh green peas or even the frozen peas. Either way this green peas based filling is so simple and easy to make. 

Aam Panna , a very refreshing juice to beat the heat of summer. It is made from pulp of green raw mangoes and it is used as a tasty and healthy beverage to fight against the intense Indian summer heat. Apart from being tasty this drink also looks good due to its refreshing light green colour. This delicious juice not quenches the thirst but also considered as a great remedy for heat stroke as it prevents the loss of sodium chloride and iron during summer due to excessive sweating. 

Barnyard millet also called as "Kuthiraivali" in Tamil is another nutritional rich millet. We can make many yummy dishes using Kuthiraivali. This is one easy and simple to make dish with barnyard millet. North Indians use Barnyard millet during fasting season of navarathiri. Kuthiravali (tamil) are tiny white, round grains belonging to the millet family (siruthaniyam). Kuthiravali means horse tail, this name is derived because the crop looks like horse tail. This millet is rich in fiber and hence very good for diabetic patients and also its good for people who are in diet. We can make Kuthiraivali dosa, upma, adai, rice idli etc.

This is a mango season and you will get plenty of mango at cheaper price. The first thing that come to my mind of recipes using Mango is a Mango pickle. Raw Mango pickle goes very well with curd rice. To have a good mango pickle which stays for a longer period, you should add a correct mixture of salt & spice. The measurement of spice & salt with respect to the quantity of mango given below might look very high for you. I would recommend you to try this measurement for a smaller quantity and if you like, then you can try for more quantity.

Gobi Paratha, Cauliflower stuffed Indian Bread is a famous paratha variety. Grated cauliflower with coriander and ajwain seeds along with handful of chopped coriander leaves, gives a wonderful flavour to the filling. Stuff the yummy gobi filling inside roti and make wonderful paratha. Serve the yummy Gobi Paratha with plain curd or Paratha Chutney

Like Potato, tara root is another yummy vegetable most of us would love to make a stir-fry or a roast. Its very easy and quick to cook tara root and so delicious too. Most of us love to make a crispy roast out of this seppangkizhangu. The roast is always nice to have it hot or warm. But if we try to pack it for lunch, it will become less crispy and also will be more dry. But this Seppangkizhangu vathakal is a soft and tasty side dish that goes well with many conventional rice varieties like lemon rice, tomato rice etc and also with conventional sambar/ kuzhambu varieties. So I always love to make vathakal curry instead of roast. Try this simple and easy Seppangkizhangu Vathakal | Tara Root Stir-Fry Recipe and I'm sure you will love it!

My grandmother used to do vazhaipoo vada and vazhaipoo adai as vazhaipoo is very healthy. I try do this crunchy vada often and each time it turn out to be too good and much appreciated by all my family members. Then Vazhaipoo vadai became the default snacks for guest visits. You can also try Vazhaipoo vaidai instead of our conventional vadai as its different and will be appreciated by the visitors/guests. Please try and let me know your comments.

Vazhaipoo Vadai Recipe | Bannana blossom vadai
Vazhaipoo Vadai Recipe | Bannana blossom vadai

Want to make a simple, healthy and yummy accompaniment for Indian Breads like Roti / Chapati / Naan etc, try this simple and tasty Palak Channadal curry, the nutritional rich palak added with dal along with Indian Spices, is the best ever complement for rotis. Very easy to make and takes very less time to make. Many of our kids show little aversion to spinach and we need to try hard to make them understand the importance of greens. We need to try to include greens in any form every day for a healthy living. Atleast include coriander and curry leaves in generous quantity. This Spinach Bengal Gram Curry (Palak Channadal Curry) is one way to include spinach in our diet. Even this tastes so great with any Pulao variety.

Neer Dosa, a very simple,yummy and sponge dosa. Somehow I missed to publish this recipe and one of my Fan in Subbuskitchen Facebook page requested this recipe and here I am sharing this quick and easy breakfast recipe. The beauty is that the dosa will be cooked in about 45-60 seconds, once the tawa is heated. We can serve this soft yummy dosa with any chutney varieties.


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