Ramanavami Neivedhiyam || RamaNavami Offering

sri rama rama rameti rame rame manorame sahasra nama tat tulyam rama nama varanane “Chanting the name of Rama Rama and Rama is equal to chanting the whole of Vishnu Sahasra nama stotra ” “Ramanavami Wishes” Accor ding to Hindu Mythology, Lord Rama the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu’s birthday …

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Mango Roti || Mambazha Chappathi

The King of Fruits Has Arrived 🙂 Why not celebrate the occasion with palatable meal. A Sweet and Spicy Mango meal, for sure it will tickle your taste buds. This is not a stuffed chappathi, I have added directly to the flour. Ripe Mango can’t be stuffed due to its …

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Thengai Thogaiyal – Coconut Mash

A relishing accompaniment to a simple main course dish, Be it a Rasam – mulligatawny soup, yogurt rice or lemon rice. This thogaiyal has tamarind, chilies to tinkle the taste buds and ginger to take care of the digestion part and. I have added Curry leaves to whole up for …

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Idly Noodles || Idly Special

Idly Noodles – Sounds strange !!! Idly, a South Indian pride where it is clubbed with sambar. History says that its an inspired version of Indonesian’s Steamed rice cake, though the geography didn’t restrict for its Indian identity. The left over recipe gained its popularity to secure a prominent place …

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Thamarai Thandu Bajji || Lotus Root Fritters

Lotus Stem Bajji. A new try which worked out and made a grand entry into our evening snack list. I tried sandwiching crunchy lotus stem and onion in bajji batter. Normally Lotus root are either used in salads or cooked in a gravy, But I experimented to create a snack, …

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Thata Payiru Sambar – Black Eye Beans Sambhar

karamani, Thatapayiru,

Cow Peas/Thatai Payaru, instantly tie-in with Karakulambu . A Sambar version with black eye Beans without any vegetables. Any country vegetables can be used and the veggies gel with the Cow peas. There is a short story behind this recipe. I have to give credit to for the person behind …

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Mahasivarathiri Neivedhiyam || MahaShivrathri Offering

Mahashivarathri,

Mahasivaratri is for Lord Shiva or Night of Shiva, According to Hindu Mythology he is considered as the God of Gods and one of three major deities of Hinduism. All festivals in Hinduisim is celebrated during day, the one only festival celebrated during the night is Mahasivaratri, a night vigil …

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Thamarai Thandu Pulikuzhambu || Lotus Stem Curry

An unique and special curry from my Grandma’s kitchen. My grandma usually prepares this Pulikuzhambu with other vegetables but I have added Lotus stem in her signature dish. This Pulikuzhambu neither needs any sauté nor constant monitoring. Though the procedure seems to be lengthy but an easy one, A must …

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