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LEMON-GINGER RASAM

LEMON-GINGER RASAM

An aromatic and delicious broth, this rasam is a celebration of the deep and sunny flavors of ginger and lemon. Ginger is brewed in water along with tomato, salt and turmeric, thickened with cooked toor dal, tempered with choice seasonings and finished off with a generous drizzle of lemon juice.

TOMATO KURMA

TOMATO KURMA

Tomato Kurma’s a South-Indian dish, that is aromatic, bright and bursting with flavors. Onions and tomatoes are cooked to a pulp, brightened with dry spices and enriched with a paste composed of coconut, cashew, fennel seeds and more. This gravy will make for a perfect 

RED COCONUT CHUTNEY

RED COCONUT CHUTNEY

Chutney is a popular Indian condiment that comes in countless flavors, forms, and textures. the dish is simply a matter of crushing and bringing together a bunch of ingredients and flavors. In it’s present form, coconut and red chillies are ground and seasoned to make this bright and delicious chutney

ELAVAN MOLAGOOTAL (ASH GOURD STEW)

ELAVAN MOLAGOOTAL (ASH GOURD STEW)

Molagootal is a healthy, wholesome and honest dish that is made up of vegetables, lentils and coconut. In today’s version, the star vegetable is White pumpkin/Ash gourd/Elavan.

OSAI ADANGATUM (LET THE SOUND EBB)

OSAI ADANGATUM (LET THE SOUND EBB)

Ghee/Nei/Clarified butter is to Indian cooking what butter is to French cooking. It’s not only good for you (when consumed in moderation) but also has the uncanny ability to elevate any dish from Meh to Yeah! My mother taught me how to make ghee with