Tuesday, July 17, 2018


Pizza are the one that attracts specially kids :) Here I have used my creativity to finish up off my leftover foodies just like the way kids loves and also something unique for adults as well:) I had leftover chappati and curry so ended up preparing and making in a pizza model which was a superhit dish for my little one :) This is the best way to impress and attract kids to have healthy food. The best in their own way ;)
There no particular measurement for this. Add more or less according to your choices :)


Leftover Chappati
Leftover Peas curry or any other curry (thick )
Tomato ketchup
Red chilly flakes.
Cheese slices or Mozarella cheese
Onion slices
Capsicum slices (optional)


Place one chappati on a plate. Spread tomato ketchup and above that place another chappati followed by spreading ketchup again. Upon that spread the curry, onion slices, capsicum and red chilly flakes. Cover them with sliced cheese or shredded cheese and micro till the cheese melts on top.

Serve hot


Wednesday, July 11, 2018

BATATA HINGA RANDEY (Potato in Asafoetida curry)

This is very popular konkani recipe in Mangalore. I tasted first time during sambradan(temple feast) at our kuladeva temple. Potatoes cooked in hing gravy with a bite of fresh coconuts are just heavenly. Its really important to get the smell of hing in the gravy. Its simple and very delicious in taste and very easy to cook in no time. Its goes well with chappathi or phulka or also with kanji as well :)

NOTE: Use only Coconut oil for this recipe :)

3 Boiled Potatoes

1/2 Cup Grated Coconut (fresh)

1/2 tsp plus pinch Hing

1 tbsp Coconut oil

2 tsp Mustard seeds

2 1/2 tsp Urad dal.

3 Green chilly

Few Curry leaves

Water as needed.

Salt to taste.

Cut the boiled potatoes into small pieces and keep it aside.
Heat oil in a pan, Add mustard seeds and allow to splutter. Add urad dal and fry till the dal turns slight brown. Drop in green chillies and curry leaves and hing. Add potatoes with adequate amount of water as per ur consistency. Season with salt and allow them to boil. Then cover it and reduce the flame and let it flavours incorporate well. Once its done, mix them well and switch off. Top the gravy with fresh grated coconut and serve hot with chappati or phulka :)


Monday, July 2, 2018


Fruit payasam is unique and very delicious and also a quick way to end up leftover fruits. The ingredients are of the same as you prepare for normal basic payasam. Adding coconut milk gives the payasam a special richness so, that's must. This was a great idea from my hubby R and he himself prepared it which was too tasty and too yummy as its filled with different types of fruits :) As always I repeat and proud to say my hubby R is one of my inspiration and always will be :) mu aah !

NOTE: Dissolve the jaggery pieces in required amount of water and boil them and filter it to remove the impurities. You can refrigerate for about 1 month or more and can be used whenever required :)


1 1/2 Cup cutted Fruits (Yellow banana, Ripe Plaintain, Apple, Mangoes, Black grapes )

1/2 Cup Thick Coconut milk

1 Cup Second extract coconut milk

1/2 Cup Jaggery extract ( more or less )

Pinch of elachi powder

Fried dry fruits (optional)

In a kadai, add all types of cutted fruits, with a cup of second extracted coconut milk. Allow the fruits to cook till it becomes tender and release its own flavour. Then add jaggery extract and mix well. Now finally add the thick coconut milk and cardamom powder and switch off the flame. Make sure you don't boil after adding coconut milk. Garnish with fried dry fruits if needed and serve hot.


Sunday, June 24, 2018


First time tried Karaikudi fish curry which was just outstanding and yummicious when we had with simple steamed rice. As I was browsing for the recipe, I came across https://www.awesomecuisine.com/ where the picture of the curry was eye catching and extremely delicious. Thank you so much for the recipe :)
This curry is so simple and quick to make with basic ingredients. The recipe intend to add Brinjals but I did not as I did not had enough stock. Also I wanted to prepare on the same day that I can't even wait for a day to taste this curry ;) Guys do try this excellent dish. Its a definite treat for fish lovers :) no doubt at all :) The best ever combi to have this curry is with plain steamed rice. Or with sannas or neer dosa as well :)

For the recipe please click herehttps://www.awesomecuisine.com/recipes/9543/karaikudi-fish-curry.html -

Friday, June 15, 2018


Phirni is one of the popular and traditional Indian dessert. It is a creamy rice pudding, flavoured with a touch of cardamom and kesar. It is suitable as baby food too :) There are many variations as some add grinding strawberries as a twist to look even more attractive or use of rose petals etc etc. Here I have kept it simple as it was my first try. The result ended up in positive comments :) so do try this osm and tasty delight friends :)

4 tbsp Basmati rice

1 liter Milk

3/4 Cup Sugar

Pinch of Saffron

Pinch of Cardamom

Badam or Pista sliced for Garnish.


First clean the rice and soak it atleast for half an hour. Drain and grind it into coarse paste. Mix 3 tbsp of cold milk into the paste and keep it aside.

Bring the milk to boil. Add the dissolved paste and mix them well without forming lumps. Stir constantly till the rice gets cooked. Once the consistency gets thicker, add sugar and saffron. Cook till the sugar dissolves and consistency of the phirni gets creamy and thick. Sprinkle with cardamom powder and mix well. Allow the mixture to cool and transfer them into the china bowl or any serving bowl. Garnish with sliced dry fruits and serve hot or cold :)