There’s something so intensely satisfying about the calendrical ritual of making pickles, especially the raw mango kind. Read on..
Keerai (green leafy vegetable) cooked in tamarind extract and thickened with a herbaceous paste made of mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, rice flour, green chilies and cilantro. A wholesome and delicious dish in a matter of minutes.
Made with simple pantry ingredients like black chickpeas, sesame seeds, garlic, oil and flavorings, this delicious hummus is super nutritious and is packed with plant based protein, fiber, iron and more. Healthy and tasty are now just a dip away.
A delicious and simple preparation, this pickle is an amalgamation of raw mangoes, green chillies, aromatic spice mix composed of nigella seeds, fennel seeds, fenugreek seeds and mustard seeds, all brought together with mustard oil.
Chutta Kathrika Gotsu is an unsung and undercooked dish in the world of South-Indian cuisine. Chutta Kathrika means fire-roasted brinjal/aubergine/eggplant and Gotsu means curry or gravy, typically a tangy one. In this case, the smokiness from the roasted brinjal is the real hero. The flavor …
A fiery dish made by roasting slit brinjal and cooking it in a flavorful gravy made of cumin, peppercorns, onion, tomato and coconut
Arcachuvitta Vathalkuzhambu is a spin on the classic dish, where instead of sambar powder, a freshly ground paste of coconut, red chillies and curry leaves lends the dish its delicious flavors and luscious texture. The seasoning of manathakkali (night black shade berries) lends depth and an additional layer of flavor.