Millet are a part of our weekly meals and in fact daily meal too through multigrain porridge we consume daily. I have shared a lot about millet and there are more than 30+ millet recipes in my blog here.I have experimented them in all variants of recipes ranging from basic porridge to the kids favourites.
Thai Rice Noodles in Tomato Sauce-Vegan & Gluten Free:
KitchenKathukutty aims at providing healthy, nutritional and wholesome recipes suitable for all age groups from 6 months babies to our beloved grandparents at 90. My blog/cooking doesn’t mostly contain the unhealthy white sugar, refined flour, and any processed ingredients. I would like to share this lifestyle with our fellow people and help them eat & live healthy. This is the main purpose behind the entire blogging journey. So I always keep looking for the healthy alternative to every ingredient /dish. Noodles-This is the most favourite food for most of us but the most controversial topic when it comes to health. So here come healthy noodle recipes like whole wheat noodles & chapathi noodles. To add one more today we will look into rice noodles. Thai Rice Noodles in Tomato Sauce is a fusion of Thailand cuisine and Italian Cuisine. Some of my friends ask me how do you even find these? I just skim through every shop and pick up healthy alternatives reading the ingredients. This read Rice Flour+ Water as ingredients. Hence I picked it up. Is it not a healthy choice? This is from a superstore in Delhi. You can buy them from here or from the below links or from any supermarket.
Hello Folks! Hope you had a great celebration last week. Todays’ recipe is a guest post. This is from the same contest I had mentioned earlier.It is from the group “Roasts n Grinds”. We had called for healthy recipes with tofu/mushroom/soya and healthy baking recipes. The recipe today is “Wheat Tofu Momos” and it is by Mrs.Gomathi Subbarayan from Tirunelveli. Thank you so much for your recipes.And did I tell you?I am a huge fan of momos. I just control myself because of refined flour usage.My better half makes super awesome wheat momos at home. Find tofu burji and tofu polichathu recipe here.
I have been inviting guest posts to my blog after publishing 100 recipes to honour all friends and supporters. So here is my personal invite to each of you out there“I invite pure vegetarian recipes with mushrooms/soya chunks /tofu or any healthy baked goodie or any of your family’s traditional recipe. Whoever is interested, please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org with ingredients, detailed recipe and step by step images(at-least two to three final images). I will be happy and honoured to post the same on my blog. ” Please find the guest posts here
As mentioned in moong dhal modhagam post, I have been waiting to try a proper and perfect modhagam this year. Last year I made kambu maavu kozhukkattai with nuts filling but I didn’t have a proper shape.T his year I luckily got a mould and also learnt all secret tips from the experts in the family to make soft and spongy modaks. After learning everything wouldn’t be unfair if I just try a usual one? So I made a try with sathumaavu/multigrain health drink mix along with yellow moong dal stuffing. Kitchen Kathukutty should always stick to the purpose of the blog too? Right?. It was extremely good and there was no huge difference in taste too. I am sure all mothers will happily try this recipe and kids will enjoy this version of sathumaavu
I hope all of you are geared up for Vinayagar Chathurthi Celebrations. I have been waiting to try a modhagam recipe and share my blog for 2 weeks but it happened only today morning. I didn’t plan anything. I had some dhal made for my son for today’s lunch and I had rice flour and tada…Modhak was done.It is Moong Dhal Modhagam. I am a beginner and all time failure when it comes to modhagam. I miss something or the other every time. Last year I had made bajra/kambu/pearl millet flour kozhukkattai with dry fruit and nut stuffing. I missed clicking on a few steps and haven’t posted it on my blog. It was almost close to perfect. This time I collected enough tips from every master chef of the family and tried two variants and they came out so well. I made exactly 4 with a small quantity for each variety. I am sharing the measurements for a higher quantity. Without much delay, I am getting to the recipe of yellow moong dhal /paasi payaru modhagam.
Cauliflower Pulao or Gobi Rice Pulao Recipe- We love to try out different varieties/flavours/cuisines/tastes when it comes to food. I have already posted a version of Gobi Rice in my blog and the below version has some variations which arose just in the morning hours. The outcome turned out to be surprisingly amazing. Without much delay let’s check out the recipe. Check out the collection of 35 easy and quick lunch box rice varieties hereContinue reading “Cauliflower Pulao or Gobi Pulao”→
Our family is a huge fan of tandoori paneer tikka. We used to make it so often during the early of our purchase of our OTG. Little one loves it to be served with the skewers. He finds the paneer tikka recipe to be so interesting to grab from the skewers. My best half loves only paneer tikka when it comes to paneer recipes due to the spicy nature of the recipe. I just followed the recipe available with the manual. The recipe is the same for baby potato tikka too.
Here is one more recipe from the contest. Yeah. We have several entries and we will be seeing them as guest posts in my blog soon. Swathi is a fellow blogger who amazes me always with her innovative recipes which are healthy and unique. She has taught me a lot related to food styling and food photography. I have a bunch of friends(rather mentors) in an FB group . The entire post wouldn’t be enough if I start describing each one and their help to me in enhancing my photography skills. I found the below superwoman from that group. Now over to her.
There was a contest in one of the facebook groups called “Roasts and Grinds” and the winning recipes will be the guest posts of my blog in the coming weeks. We had called for healthy recipes with tofu/mushroom/soya and healthy baking recipes. I have already posted the recipe of tofu bhurji. The below recipe of “Tofu Polichathu” is from Mrs Gayathry Shivaji.I have not edited any of her content. The recipe looked so healthy, easy and very innovative to me. Thank you so much for the recipe and your participation.
I have been inviting guest posts to my blog after publishing 100 recipes to honour all friends and supporters. So here is my personal invite to each of you out there“I invite pure vegetarian recipes with mushrooms/soya chunks /tofuor any healthy baked goodie or any of your family’s traditional recipe. Whoever is interested, please write to me at email@example.com with ingredients, detailed recipe and step by step images(at-least two to three final images). I will be happy and honoured to post the same on my blog. ”