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Want to make a perfect side dish for Idli / Dosa / Ven Pongal in a quick and easy way? Try this Onion Gotsu. Goes well with many South Indian Breakfast dishes, especially with Ven Pongal. I have already published my version of Brinjal Gotsu. My friend's Sister shared with me how to make this Onion Gotsu, it was  so simple but so so tasty especially when served with Ven Pongal. For brinjal gotsu we need to use dal and it takes little more time than this onion gotsu. On the other hand, this Onion Gotsu is very quick to make.By the time the pongal is getting ready, this gotsu will be ready in no time.

We can do a lot of side dishes with potato(Aloo). But Aloo Methi is one of my favourite dishes because of Methi leaves. Methi leaves is a God's gift to us. It is so health and an important herb that we should include very frequently in our cooking. It is rich in protien, calcium, iron. Minerals and vitamins are also very high. Both methi leaves and seeds tastes bitter but thas exceptional medicinal uses and also have many good things to boost our beauty.

Paneer Ladoo (Malai Ladoo) Recipe with paneer and condensed milk is one of the popular North Indian Dessert. Very quick to make easy dessert. Obviously home made paneer would be a better option for this lovely dessert. But still we can do with store bought paneer. I use store bought paneer to make this dish and it turned out yummy. With Store bought Paneer and condensed milk, it will take only few minutes to make nearly 20 delicious Paneer Ladoos. 

Potato, raw banana, tara root are some perfect veggies for any dishes especially for South Indian Rice varieties and even for simple Rasam and Kuzhamb dishes. Even for the Pulao varieties, this Plantain Fry(Vazhakkai Vathakal) would be a perfect accompaniment. Most of us do this same method and make Plaintain Poriyal, but it would be helpful for the beginners who are learning to cook.

Want to a make a quick, simple yet healthy rice variety? Then try this delicious Vegetable Fried Rice. Mixed veggies like beans, carrot , capsicum, cabbage and spring onions are finely chopped and sautéed in high flame till they are almost cooked and then combined with cooked fluffy rice along with pepper powder, salt, and soy sauce. Very Quick to make and a great Kids Lunch box dish too. Enriched with veggies this would be a perfect healthy rice variety for kids. Also serve with raita of your choice which has yogurt, in turn a dairy portion is also included. Try this simple and easy Vegetable Fried Rice and you will surely love it!

Kadai Paneer, another yummy variety of thick vegetarian gravy using Paneer. I always wonder the magic behind the nice aroma of the Kadai Paneer in Punjabi restaurants. I tried many different variations of kadai masala and finally VahrehVah's prepration turned out the perfect one. Thanks to Vahrehvah Sanjay for sharing such a wonderful restaurant style Kadai Paneer.

A very popular recipe from the land of Nilgiris. The main uniqueness to this dish is the green hue from Coriander and mint leaves. Thinking of Nilgiris reminds off the green leaves in that beautiful place. The same way, this veg kurma is also enriched with the rich flavour of coriander and mint leaves along with conventional spices. I first tasted this awesome dish in one of the Indian Restaurants "Malgudi" and it was so nice to taste with Naan. When I checked the ingredients in their menu card, I saw this kurma is enriched with mint and coriander leaves. Tried this yummy Nilgiris Vegetable Kurma immediately at home and got nice appreciations from my family :-)

Seepu Seedai Recipe is a traditional yummy snack made with rice flour, dal and coconut milk. A very crunchy and crispy snack usually made during Diwali. Normally for the conventional seedai which we make for Krishna Jeyanthi, we use rice flour, urad dal flour along with ghee and salt and mix with water and make it to a dough and make seedai. The slight change in this Seepu Seedai is we use coconut milk instead of plain water to knead it to a dough. The rolling of seedai into cylinder is time consuming but still worth its effort. Try this crispy and tasty Seepu Seedai!

Want to eat Puliyodarai but with a little twist and healthy? Puliyodarai mix is easy to prepare and we can make in a big batch and store it in air-tight container and refrigerate it. We can use the puliyodarai mix and mix with any type of millets. First we need to cook the millet and keep it aside and then after making the puliyodarai we can mix and enjoy. Even with broken wheat, aval we can mix the puliyodrai. So Instead of tasting the conventional tamarind rice, we can enjoy the same taste with the millets to make it little healthy! Try this Varagu Arisi (Kudo Millet) Puliyodarai and you will surely enjoy it. 

Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time10 mins
Cooking Time30 mins
Recipe CategoryMain
Recipe CuisineSouth Indian
Varagu Arisi Puliyodarai Recipe | Kudo Millet Tamarind Rice
Varagu Arisi Puliyodarai Recipe | Kudo Millet Tamarind Rice

Kudo Millet / Varagu arisi1 Cup*
Tamarind1 Lemon size, soaked, extracted
Turmeric Powder1/4 Teaspoon
SaltTo taste
Asafoetidaa Pinch

*  1 Cup = 250ml

For Grinding:
Coriander Seeds2 Teaspoon
Fenugreek Seeds1/4 Teaspoon
Red Chilli8-10
Peppercorns1/2 Teaspoon
Sesame Seeds2 Teaspoon

For Seasoning:
Gingelly Oil3 tablespoon
Mustard Seeds1 Teaspoon
Split Urad Dal2 Teaspoon
Bengal Gram Dal2 Teaspoon
Peanuts3 Tablespoon
Curry Leaves Few

Varagu Arisi Puliyodarai Recipe | Kudo Millet Tamarind Rice
Varagu Arisi Puliyodarai Recipe | Kudo Millet Tamarind Rice
  1. Soak the tamarind in warm water in 10 mins and squeeze to extract the juice
  2. First lets work with the millet. Wash the millet thoroughly and soak in water for 15 mins
  3. After 15 mins, drain the water. Bring 2.5 Cups of water to boil. Once the water starts to boil, add the drained kudo millet and stir well.  Allow the water to absorb fully and then close the pan with a lid and keep the flame low and cook for 5 more minutes. Once all the moisture is absorbed and millet is cooked, switch off the flame. Allow the cooked millet to cool completely to become fluffy. Now the cooked millet ready!
  4. Heat a pan. add coriander seeds, fenugreek seeds, red chili and peppercorns and dry roast till we get nice aroma. Finally add sesame seeds and roast them till the sesame seeds starts to sputter. Take these roasted ingredients aside and allow it to cool. Grind the roasted ingredients to a smooth powder
  5. Heat gingelly oil in a pan. Add mustard seeds and allow it to sputter. Then, add split urad dal, bengal gram dal, peanuts and roast them in oil.
  6. Then add curry leaves and saute for few seconds. Then add tamarind extract to the pan
  7. Then add turmeric powder, salt, asafetida and allow the tamarind extract to boil till the raw smell goes off
  8. Then, add the ground puliyodarai spice mix and stir well. Allow the puliyodarai mix to boil in low flame for 5 mins. Allow the oil to ooze out from the puliyodarai mix 
  9. Then switch off the flame. Add the cooked millet and gently mix with the puliyodarai
  10. Serve the delicious Varagu Arisi (Kudo Millet ) Puliyodarai and enjoy!!!
  11. Varagu Arisi Puliyodarai Recipe | Kudo Millet Tamarind Rice
    Varagu Arisi Puliyodarai Recipe | Kudo Millet Tamarind Rice


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