Hi my name is Chitra Sundaram. Happy wife and mother of 2.

A little about myself..

Tambrahm from Kerala and married to one. Food has been a part of me since a young age from the days my mother has taught me her signature dishes to the all the experiences I have soaked in so far.

My interest to explore into new cuisines and flavours has increased over the few years as I have lived in many countries. It started off with my tenure in Kenya where I met so many people from different cultures with so much knowledge on cooking then we moved on to Bangkok- a place with so many different flavours! And finally currently in Bahrain.

Yes habibi. Welcome to my blog. Please note that I am not a professional cook. It’s something I enjoy doing as a passion and I like to pen down my recipes once a while for you guys to try out. Kindly try out all my recipes and ping me for any comments.

15 Comments Add yours

  1. Prasanna menon says:

    Superb. Pls keep on posting ur recipes. Looking forward to many more such recipes. Thank u.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. sure. Thank you dear.


  2. mahalakshmi says:

    I have just seen your first page. All the reicpes look lovely and am sure they are very authentic.Shall try them all. How do I see your Blog please


  3. Sumith says:

    Beautiful blog you got Chitra. Keep Inspiring us with more amazing recipes!


  4. Schnippelboy says:

    Guten Tag ,wie schön wäre es wenn in deinem Blog eine Suchmaske Translate wäre , das würde das lesen vereinfachen . Gruß aus Germany


  5. FoodTrails says:

    Nice blog Chaitra. Surely I can get to try some good South Indian recipes from your blog. Thanks for stopping by at my space!!


    1. try and tell me . thank you dear


  6. petrel41 says:

    Congratulations, Chitra!
    I have nominated your blog for the Real Neat Blog Award.
    More about this nomination is at

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you for nominating me. I am out of country. I will come back and do

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Jyothirmayi says:

    U have translated millets names in different languages. Could not able to found that. Can u please send tht link

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Hi dear in which language you need millets name.? I can explain.


    2. If you are mentioning about foxtail millet. It is thinai in tami. Kangani in hindi.


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