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June 6, 2017

Poha is also called as flattened rice or battened rice  or aval ( in tamil ). This is similar to the rava kesari instead of rava we use poha here. This is very simple sweet easy to make and taste yummy..!! This kesari is specially made for neivethiya...

February 2, 2017

Aviyal is a dish which is been originated from South India and is common in Kerala. It is a thick mixture of vegetables and coconut, seasoned with coconut oil and curry leaves. Aviyal is made during special occasion like kanu,onam festival etc.. This...

February 2, 2017

Coconut rice is a type of rice made with the flavor of coconut . This rice is made with coconut oil add an extra flavor to it. It can be served with stir fry vegetables or aviyal or appalam or chips. This is also made on special festival occasions su...

January 22, 2017

Lemon rice is a rice variety popular in South India. It can be served with stir fry vegetables or appalam or chips. This is also made on special festival occasions such as kanu(kanum pongal) , aadi perukku etc.. Lets look at the procedure of making i...

October 8, 2016

Rava Kesari is the most simplest sweet that can be made very quickly and easily. This is made by combining the semolina along with sugar and ghee. It is mostly done for festivals or special occasions. Lets look at the steps to make this rava kesari.

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September 27, 2016

Pulihora, Puliyodharai, Puliyogare or Tamarind Rice is most popular and traditional rice variety in southern part of India. This is most popular in temples . The prasadam puliodharai is loved by all of us in temples.  There are many varieties of doin...

September 25, 2016

Curd rice / Thayir sadam / Yogurt rice is super delicious rice variety popular in South India. Curd rice can be made plain or with tadka. It can be had with stir fry vegetables or pickles or with thuvayal. This is also called as daddojanam in Telugu...

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