Tomato rice with Coconut milk is an extremely tasty vegetarian dish, a great lunch box option, rich in flavours. It is a one pot meal with the goodness of Tomato and coconut milk, laced with mild spices that makes it super tasty.
Sambar is very popular in South India and indispensable dish for meals, Idlis and dosas. Vegetable Sambar is a healthy side dish; prepared with lentils and vegetables in a flavorful spicy gravy with homemade Sambar powder.
Mathanga Aval Payasam is a sweet dessert, with the goodness of golden Pumpkin and flattened Rice flakes in creamy, Jaggery treacle. This simple, original recipe is a delightful sweet dish for Sadhya and other festival occasions.
Homemade Chicken Tikka Pizza is a crowd pleaser with the perfect blend of Indian and Italian spices that will entice your taste buds This simple and easy Chicken Pizza is a perfect party snack; an absolute favourite of kids.
Sambar powder recipe helps you to make flavorful Sambar powder at home. Selected spices are roasted and ground to make fresh and aromatic Sambar powder to make your Sambar delicious and enticing.
Mushroom Pepper fry is a delightful combination of tender Button Mushrooms, Bell Pepper and crushed Black pepper. Mushrooms, pepper, Garlic and colorful Bell pepper are tossed and fried with onions and green chilies.
Gulab Jamuns is a classic Indian dessert, enjoyed during festivals and special occasions. Soft golden balls soaked in Rose flavoured sugar syrup just melts in your mouth. Gulab Jamuns with Milk Powder are quite easy to prepare.
This classic Andhra style Prawns Masala is quite delightful; spiced up with green chilies, pepper and red chilies along with other herbs and spices to make this succulently spicy Prawns Masala, that will leave your lips tingling!
Szechuan Chicken, also known as Sichuan/ Szechwan Chilli Chicken is a popular Indo Chinese dish. With unique bold tastes, it is a perfect blend of sweet, sour and spicy flavors and has a distinctive aroma that appeals to one and all.
Spicy and Tangy Fish curry is a must try classic dish, popular in South India. With the perfect blend of hot and sour flavors, this soul warming fish curry is best enjoyed with Rice and tastes good with Idli, Dosa or even fresh Appam!