Monday, September 12, 2016


I got this interesting recipe which is just perfect to have for breakfast from Raks kitchen. No doubt shez an amazing blogger. I have tried so many of her recipe which were all outstanding and upto mark. Thank you so much Raks for sharing the recipe. So coming back with recipe, these idlies are healthy combination of wheat rava and roasted oats. I just loved the texture, its colour and its super softness. For recipe please click here


Thursday, September 8, 2016


This is extremely simple egg curry and can be put together within half an hour. If you like the taste and flavour of coriander leaves, do try this recipe for a change. You can also add mint along. This curry goes well with chappati or neer dosa or even with siimple pulav.

1 Bunch of Coriander leaves along with stem.

3 cloves of Garlic.

2 tsp Grated Ginger.

2 Green chilly.

2 tsp Poppy seeds.


4 Boiled eggs.

2 Onions.

1 tsp Turmeric pd

2 tsp Coriander pd.

Pinch of Garam masala (optional)

1 tsp Lime juice

Salt to taste.

1 tbsp Oil.


Make a small slit or prick the eggs with fork and keep it aside. Grind the ingredients listed under 'to grind' with littlw water in separate batch and keep it aside. Heat oil in a pan, add jeera and add the finely chopped onions. Cook till it becomes golden brown. Then add the set of ground mixture and cook for 3 to 4 min till the raw smell disappears. Now add turmeric powder, coriander pd, and a pinch of garam masala and saute. As soon as you see oil starts appearing, add 1/2 cup of water and bring it to boil. Drop in the boiled eggs and cook for another 2 min. Add a tsp of lime juice on top. Serve hot with chappathi or phulka or neer dosa.


Friday, September 2, 2016


This is something new and different from our normal masala dosa which come up with potato stuffing. I had stock of frozen corns and small pieces of paneer so taught of making something variety out of it. The combination of corn and paneer is great. This gives a nice crunchy bite. With a touch of coriander leaves & mild spices makes the entire dish fab. This goes well with any types of chutneys or thokku. I served with Capsicum chutney and Sweet potato umman :)


Dosa Batter.

1 Cup Boiled Corns.

1/2 Cup Grated Paneer.

1 Onion

2 tsp Grated Ginger.

1/2 tsp Haldi.

1 tsp Red chilly pd.

1/2 tsp Kitchen king masala (optional)

1 tbsp Coriander leaves.

2 tsp Oil.

Salt to taste.


Heat oil in a kadai. Add onions and grated ginger and saute for just 3 to 4 min. Add in the haldi, chilly pd, kitchen king masala and the corns. Once its mixtures up add paneer and coriander leaves. Season with salt. Mix well and remove from fire. Make sure after adding paneer, you don't cook it for long as the paneer becomes hard and dry up very soon. The moisture makes the masala flavourful.
Now keep aside the masala.
Heat Iron tawa or non stick tawa. Pour a ladle of batter in a center and spread in a thin circular motion. (dosa should not be thick) Drizzle with oil or ghee and close with a lid. Once the sides gets brown up, Place the filling on one side as shown in the picture. and fold the dosa into half, closing the masala filling.

Serve hot with ur fav dip.