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For most of the Paneer masala, the underlying gravy is onion+tomato mixture. But instead of the conventional onion-tomato gravy, here the main ingredient is coriander leaves. The predominant flavor of coriander leaves makes this dish really delicious and yummy! Also the garlic cloves dominates the flavor. This spicy Dhaniya Paneer is a best combination for any Indian roti / Naan varieties!

Akki roti is a rice-based breakfast item unique to the state of Karnataka, India. Akki rotti means "rice bread" in the native language, Kannada. It is made of rice flour which is mixed with salt and water and kneaded well till the dough gets soft. Soft-n-crispy flatbread made with rice flour, grated carrot, onion and basic Indian spices. Very tasty and easy to make roti. Try this Akki roti and you will surely love it.

Green Peas Kachori(Matar Kachori)-Crisp savoury bursting with fresh flavour of seasonal peas..  It has perfect crisp, flaky texture with very flavorful green peas stuffing inside. A quick and easy to make crispy snack which is perfect to be served as an evening snack with hot tea / coffee.  Instead of making the whole outer cover in maida, we can add wheat flour and maida in equal proportions to make this snack little healthy. Also green peas filling gives a very good flavor and taste. Try this easy to make Matar Kachori (Green Peas Kachori) and I hope you will love it :-)

We can make variety of easy to make ladoos and one such is Moong Dal Ladoo (Pasi Paruppu Laddu) also refereed as Nei Urundai. Moong dal is very healthy and nutritional. Mixing jaggery and ghee with moong dal makes it not only delicious but also healthy. Many of us already like this moong dal ladoo and make this often. We can also use sugar instead of jaggery, but i love to add jaggery as it gives more taste than the sugar and also healthy!

Aadi month(July 17th - August 16th) is the 4th month of the Tamil Calender. The next six months from Aadi to Margazhi is the Dakshinayana punyakalam. It marks the beginning of the night of Devas. Traditionally, Aadi month is considered as inauspicious and most people avoid auspicious ceremonies during this period. But few important festivals are celebrated in this month. This month is special for Goddess Shakthi. Poeple worship Goddess and her different forms during this month to get her blessings for their wealth and happiness.

When I was living in Nagercoil, i used to get the Rasa Vadai from the small tiffen shops along with the morning tiffens. The vadai used to melt in the mouth along with the flavor of  rasam. I attempted to make the same vadai to that perfection, but i should admit that it hasn't come up to the same level of  taste and perfection, but its not bad as well :-).  For Rasa vadai i would prefer to use the 'Masala Vadai' instead of the medhu vadai.

Want to make a crispy snacks for tea time? Try this instant Coconut Milk Murukku with readily available ingredients in most of the Indian Kitchen. Generally we make murukku by mixing rice flour, moong or urad dal flour with water, salt and knead it to dough and squeeze the dough through murukku press and mould. Here the main ingredient is Coconut milk. Freshly ground coconut milk is used to mix the flours instead of plain water. Coconut milk adds an extremely nice flavor to the murukku. Even we can use store bought coconut milk which eases the whole process. Simple and quick to make murukku. Crispy Coconut Milk Murukku with hot cup of tea / Coffee is a perfect evening snack! 

Shahi Tukda is a popular, delicious and simple sweet dish made using bread, milk and nuts. When I was in UK, my best friend made this yummy dish and she taught me how to make. Now whenever I make this recipe, I always remember the best moments with her :-). Even for the beginners this is one if the simple dish that would never go wrong. Ghee fried bread soaked in evaporated milk (Rabri) and garnished with nuts and saffron is a wonderful and rich dessert. We always do lots of traditional sweets for Diwali. Try this Shahi Tukda for this Diwali and surprise your family and friends.


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