Monday, April 29, 2019


Boiled tapioca with red chilly chutney my all time fav :) Its the most popular dish in South Indian state of Kerala. I am dam sure, u all will love the combination.



Turmeric powder (optional)

Water for boiling


15 to 16 Kashmiri chillies

Handful of Pearl Onion

3 Sprigs of Curry leaves

Pinch of Turmeric powder

2 tsp Tamarind extract

3 tbsp Coconut oil

Salt to taste


Boil water in a kadai with salt and turmeric powder. Peel off the tapioca skin. Cut them into big chunks as shown in pic and soak it into cold water. In the stage of boiling water, put the kappa pieces and cook . Drain and set aside.

Heat oil in a pan, Fry Kashmiri chillies till it changes its colour, add onions and fry well under low flame. When the onions turns brownish, add curry leaves, turmeric powder, tamarind, salt and remove from flame. Allow them to cool and grind them coarsely. Drizzle coconut oil on top.

Serve hot kappa with  red chilly chutney :)


Tuesday, March 26, 2019


Cucumber lemonade is the best ever drink which cools your body. Its the perfect refreshment to beat the heat. Its also good for weight  and also helps increase your metabolism. Addition of mint provides an extra boost of antioxidants and provides a unique flavour that really makes this drink soo delicious.


1 Cucumber

5 to 6 Mint leaves

1 tsp Grated Ginger

Half of Lime juice

Sugar or Honey for sweetness

1 cup Water or Sparkling water

In a blender, add sliced cucumber, mint leaves, honey , ginger and water. Blend well. Strain the juice and add lemon juice. Mix well.
Serve chilled with ice cubes.


Thursday, March 7, 2019


It was a great pleasure trying out Croissants for the first time which is just similar to the puff pastries. The dough is  layered with soft butter and then folded and rolled many times. The best combo breakfast with croissants is the butter or jam. And the fun part is you can shape them as you like :) The texture of the croissants should be soft and airy on the inside and golden coloured crusty look on outside :)
Now coming back with the recipe, I got the recipe and followed the same to same steps referring sallysbakingaddiction site. Please click Here to know the ingredients -


Thursday, January 10, 2019


Its Orange season yeyyy😋. So this time, I tried something with the orange peel :) Yup u hear it right its Orange peel :) We make pickle out of Lime peel so taught Y cant b with orange peel ;) The result came out quit good but the flavour of the peel was extra bitter than the lime peel. People who love bitter flavour would love this pickle :) Along with that, the crunchiness of ginger and green chillies makes the pickle perfect.
Note : Cut the cleaned orange peel into pieces. Apply salt and refrigerate them for few days or till the peels turns soft. Then its ready to make :)


1 Cup cutted Orange peel (cutted into small pieces)

1/4 Chopped Ginger

3 Green chillies

2 tbsp Kashmiri chilly powder

2 tsp Coriander powder

Pinch of Turmeric powder

1 tsp Vinegar

3 tbsp Gingelly oil

Hing as per required

Salt to taste


Heat oil in a pan. Add marinated orange peel with little salt and stir for a min followed by ginger and green chilly. Once the peel pieces becomes tender, add chilly powder, turmeric pd, coriander pd and hing. Mix well for another few min till you get a nice aroma of fry ed masala. Switch off the flame add vinegar and mix well thoroughly. Transfer them in a dry cleaned container jars. Serve with curd rice :)


Monday, December 17, 2018


In north Karnataka, Belgaum kunda is one of the most popular detectable dessert. Myself being a Milk lover,  I fell in love with this sweet when I tasted for the first time when one of my best friend from belgaum visited our place. Within few days, I was just tempting to have kunda so decided to give it a try 😋

This is a milk sweet where milk is reduced, curdled and is cooked with caramelized sugar to get that bright golden colour :) Now let me tell you in advance ie huh ...All you need is to have lots of patience just to stir the mixture for the longer time 😅😅😅

1 Liter Milk

1 Cup Curd

1 Cup Sugar (This includes 1/2 cup sugar for caramelizing )

Cardamon powder

Fried Dry fruits for garnish

Ghee (optional)

In a deep bottomed pan. Pour the milk and bring it to boil. Reduce the flame and stir occasionally so that it does not stick to the bottom. Once the milk reduces to the 1/3rd of the original  quantity, add  1/2 cup of sugar and curd. The milk will start curdling and the whey will separate out. Keep stirring it under medium flame.
In another pan, under medium flame, add rest of the sugar. The sugar will start caramelizing. Make sure it does not get burnt. Immediately pour them into the curdling milk mixture and stir well till the consistency comes like solid mass. Add fried dry fruits and cardamom powder and serve :) Drizzle ghee on top if you prefer :)