Kerala Style Payaru Curry:
How did you like the sweet potato wedges recipe? I am so happy with the response. It is the feedback you give which makes me keep doing more and helps me stay in track. Today’s recipe is Kerala Style side dish with Green Gram or Whole Moong-Kerala Style Payaru Curry. Continue reading “Kerala Style Payaru Curry|Green Gram Curry|Cherupayaru Curry”
Mushroom Uppu Kari/Kaalaan Uppukari:
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. Hope you remember the mushroom recipes collection
and previous guest posts tofu polichathu
, mushroom kola urundai
and wheat tofu momos
from the contest.One more addition to the same set.
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Sweet Potato Wedges :
Dear all, How was your Diwali holidays? Hope all of you had a dazzling Diwali celebration with kith and kin. I am so happy and thankful for the support rendered by all of you for my healthy Diwali sweet and savoury recipes. Continue reading “Sweet Potato Wedges for babies,toddlers and kids-without oven/on tawa”
Potato Peas Kurma Recipe|Aloo Matar Kurma Recipe:
Today’s recipe is simple potato green peas kurma. I love any rich but simple gravy or kurma. This style of potato peas kurma is my favourite accompaniment for plain rice.
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Baby Corn Manchurian Dry Recipe:
Hellow guys!Hope you are doing good. The last but previous week I had posted vegetable fried rice recipe and we had it with baby corn Manchurian.The recipe for it almost similar to the Gobi Manchurian recipe I had posted along with whole wheat veg. noodles. I am sure you would have tried them for your family and enjoyed.
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Elephant Yam(Senai Kilangu) Fry:
Elephant Yam(Senai Kilangu) Fry recipe is the most favorite of the boys at home. Elephant yam/Elephant foot yam/Suran/Sena/Senai Kilangu/Jimikand can be used to make fry, toast, roast, stir fry, cutlet. This Elephant Yam(Senai Kilangu) Fry is a super hit in the family and little one runs to pick elephant yam from the market always. We don’t find it here in our regular shops very easily. So Elephant Yam(Senai Kilangu) Fry is like a treat to him. Elephant Yam(Senai Kilangu) is high in carbohydrates, protein, and calcium. The Vitamin C present acts as an anti-aging agent. it is safe for consumption by diabetic people. Elephant Yam is a low-fat healthy food. The fiber and water content present helps in curing hemorrhoids, dysentery, and piles. It raises the good cholesterol in the blood and reduces hypertension. Elephant yam can regulate hormonal imbalances and help in combating premenstrual syndrome. I never knew that this is such a beneficial and healthy vegetable until I started penning down the recipe of Elephant Yam(Senai Kilangu) Fry. Continue reading “Elephant Yam(Senai Kilangu) Fry”