Green apple pickle.

I have already posted green apple recipe in my blog. This one is totaly different and it will stay at room temparature for 3 to 4 days and 3 to 4 weeks if you refrigerate. I have not added garlic in my pickle. If you like garlic you can add some chopped garlic also. It…

Rasam powder.

Rasam means soup. Rasam is a popular lentil based soup from SouthIndia. Rasam is a tangy, spicy concotion. Tamarind and tomatoes gives the tanginess and rasam powder gives the spicyness to rasam. Using this rasam powder we can make many variety of rasams. There are many types of rasam powders we can make or readly…

Bisi bele bath powder or Bisibele huli anna powder

Bisible bath is a popular rice dish from Karnataka. Today i am giving the traditional method of making masala powder to make bisibele bath.I learnt this recipe from one of my neighbour from Bangalore in 1980’s.  This powder is a  a blend of few spices. Once you make this and store ,it is easy to…

Ennai kathirikka podi or masala for stuffed Brinjal

Kathirikka means Brinjal in tamil. Today i am giving you the recipe for masala powder to stuff in side the brinjal or ennai kathirikka podi. There are many different method to powder this masala. I tried this traditional method of powder to stuff the brinjal for making stuffed kathirikka and ennai kathirikka and  podi potta…

Mulagapodi or Gunpowder or Idly Podi

Idly podi or mulaga podi or gun powder Idly is a famous South Indian breakfast item. Idly’s and dosas are served with sambar,chutney and molaga podi. Though we love all the three, it is not easy to prepare sambar and chutney daily. We can make idly podi and store them in advance.Mulaga podi is famous…

Tamil Brahmin Style Sambar Powder

Idly Vada sambar combo is obviously the most famous South Indian breakfast loved by everyone. In the south there are varieties of sambar, it ranges from arachavitu sambar to no dal sambar. But at the end what makes the sambar tasty and different is the type of sambar powder use.  In restaurants down south, some sambar’s are specific…