Tuesday, January 20, 2015


Dill leaves are very good for health. These leaves have got a very strong smell so many people don't prefer using this. But I am lucky enough to say my family specially my daughter loved it. Its very delicious, its sweet and act as a best delight as a evening snacks for kids after they come from school.
If there's any left over idlies, then wht I do is, I cut into thin slices and shallow fry them with ghee. This tastes extra delicious.


1 Bunch Chopped Dill leaves

1 Plus Cup Roasted Rava

3/4 Cup Grated Coconut ( white part)

3 to 4 tbsp Jaggery Syrup (according to the sweetness)

1 Elachi

1 tsp Ghee.

Pinch of Salt.


Grind dill leaves along with coconut, elachi, salt and jaggery syrup. No need to add water as the rest of the ingredients are water content. Drop them into a bowl and slowly add rava and mix till its consistency becomes thick. Make sure no lumps are formed. Grease idly mould with ghee. Pour the batter and steam for 15 to 20 min. Serve hot with ghee :)


Monday, January 12, 2015


Dosa made of breads are soo tasty and delicious. It is a nice variation to the regular dosa and is quite simple and easy to make as therez no fermentation timing too.Try preparing this dosa for ur kiddoes as it is flavourful and unique item.


10 Bread slices.

1/2 Cup Rava.

2 tbsp Yogurt

1 tbsp Rice flour.

1 tbsp Grated Ginger.

2 Green chillies.

5 to 6 Curry leaves.

1 1/2 Cup water.

Salt to taste.


First trim of the edges of white bread. Place the breads on plate and sprinkle some water on it so that the breads becomes soft. In a blender, blend rest of the ingredients adding adequate amount of water and then add the soaked bread slices. Make sure you add water in a small quantity while making batter inorder to avoid watery consistency. Once the batter is done, pour into a bowl, add salt and mix.

Heat a non stick pan. Now take a big spoon of batter and pour it on the pan. Spread the batter in a circular manner so that you get a nice round dosa. Pour some oil on top and edges. Once done flip and cook on other side. Now flip to the original position , fold and serve on a plate.


Thursday, January 8, 2015


Whole grain barley is very healthy and rich in high protein and fiber. Barley water is a good source of dietary fiber which has a good source of minerals, calcium, iron and zinc and therefore beneficial to the people suffering from arthritis and other inflammatory disease. I just love having soaked barley as it is because its very chewy and yummy one ;) You can also add them in salads too. Now coming back with the recipe, barley dosa is the one unique dosa I learnt from my friend, blogger pal Aparna bhat from Aps kitchen They make an fantastitc breakfast and also perfect one during fasting time because therez no addition of rice. I thank aparna for sharing this recipe from bottom of my heart :) Thanks alot dear. This is a real super hit healthy dosa. For the recipe please click Here


Tuesday, December 23, 2014


One of the most famous Punjabi cuisine is the Bharwa Bhindi. Its nothing but the ladyfingers stuffed with spices. This is simply irresistible bhindi recipe. It makes a lovely side dish with roties or paranthas.


200 grams Bhindis

1 Onion.

2 tsp Red chilly pd.

1/4 tsp Turmeric pd.

2 tsp Coriander pd

1/2 tsp Amchur pd

1/4 tsp Garam masala.

1/4 Jeera pd.

Salt to taste.

1 tbsp Oil.


Clean the bhindis. Remove both its ends. Make a slit and keep aside.

Mix all the dry masala adding little oil. Stuff those in bhindis and let it marinate for 15 min. If theres any leftover masala then reserve it for frying the veggie.

Heat oil in a non stick kadai. Add onion and fry till traslucent. Add the stuffed bhindis and cook covered on low flame. Stir in middle. Once its almost done add the leftover masala if any and give a quick stir. If u need extra crispy add extra oil and fry till the bhindis becomes tender crisp.

Serve hot with phulkas or roties.


Sunday, December 14, 2014


This classic soup gets the double hit of creamy and roasted garlic flavour. Its delicious and one

 of the great cold weather comfort. The extra flavour of oregano plus roasted garlic gives

 a unique twist. Its a real treat for the garlic lovers.


20 cloves of Garlic

1 Onion.

1 Potatoes.

1/2 Cup Milk.

3/4 Cup Cream.

1 Tbsp Butter.

1 Tsp Oregano.

Water as needed.

Salt and Pepper to taste.


Heat butter and add 20 cloves of garlic and fry till it becomes brown...remove and keep it aside...in the same

 remaining pan, add 1 onions with salt and saute for 2 min then add 1 potatoes with half cup of milk and 

cream....cook well under low flames till potatoes becomes tender. Cool and grind the mixture along with the roasted

 garlic. Reserve few for garnishing....Add the grounded paste into a pan and adjust the consistency accordingly 

adding milk or water. Sprinkle oregano or freshly grounded pepper and serve hot..... Garnish with cream while 

serving :)