With so many festivals coming up now and then, we end up making sweets to mark the day. Among all the sweets, payasam is the most common sweet we end up, so it is natural we have different combination in making it. This payasam is one of the special treat that Amma makes. The addition […]
Suruttai Poli – Rolled Poli | Indian Cooking Challenge for February | How to make Suruttai Poli Step By Step Recipe!
While I talking to Nithya, I happened to ask her why she was no longer taking part in ICC, she sheepishly confessed that she was forced to miss it 3 times, she can’t take part. Now that was really very surprising to me as I did tell her that the rule is just there, critical […]
Pesara Purnalu or sweet dumplings with Whole Moong dal are a quick snack that you can do for evening snacks for kids. Not only that these are very healthy for kids. Never mind the deep fried nature of this recipe, as kids can eat deep fried snacks. We make these dumplings with two different coatings. […]
Another wonderful Indian Traditional dish tried out for Indian Cooking Challenge. It naturally had to be a sweet dish after the wonderful Kachoris. While browsing through the list of items that everybody wanted to learn, I saw that the famous Andhra traditional sweet Ariselu or Athirasallu was the most sought one. Actually when I saw […]
For this month’s Indian Cooking Challenge, I decided on Gulab Jamun. Deciding on that wasn’t very difficult. It is one of those delicious sweets that is so much a part of my childhood. Be it any festival or a birthday at home, Amma for sure makes this the previous night. However late it is, she […]