Aloo fry recipe, an easy, quick, crispy fry made with potatoes & spices. How to make potato fry recipe with less oil, the best among Indian potato recipes.
Its July and its raining. Overcast skies and drizzles have made their appearance in Vizag. Monsoon that has been long overdue has finally arrived and hopefully we will have good rains this year. On many a rain-filled day you will find me serving hot chocolate to Nehal while we adults enjoy a hot cuppa of […]
The ever-abundant okra is a regular at our home. Armed with fresh tender okra from rythu bazaar (farmer’s market), I made this light, bright and healthy okra stir fry along with Pappu pulusu for our meal today. The addition of roasted peanuts enlivens the okra and lends a crunchy layer of flavor. Just do your […]
An every day vegetable, ordinary in looks, affordable and available all year round is dondakaya aka ivy gourd. My visit to the Rythu bazaar (farmers market) would be incomplete if I didn’t buy atleast half a kilo of dondakayalu. And the gravitational pull towards dondakaya stir fry is especially high on days when pappu pulusu […]
Prawns are our family’s favorite sea-food. A few readers emailed me requesting for more sea food recipes since they find very few recipes featuring fish, prawns and crabs. The reason there are hardly any sea food recipes is because, I usually prepare sea-food for dinner (I buy the fresh catch that arrives after 2 pm) […]
Today we have an unassuming, simple stir fry prepared with very familiar everyday vegetables, Potato and Brinjals. In this vepudu recipe, the potatoes are cooked until fork-tender while the cubed brinjals tend to lose shape with the fleshy pulp melding with the spices to bring out sharp caramalized flavors. Isn’t wonderful how two down-to-earth vegetables […]
The Indian food trail series travels to West Bengal, the land of maach (fish), bhaat (rice) and rasgulla. Adorable Sandeepa of Bong Mom’s CookBook who delights us with her hilarious posts and Bengali culinary delights shares with us a typical home cooked Bengali meal. Thank you, Sandeepa. Dear readers, please give a warm welcome to […]
A simple, crunchy, dry saute (vepudu/poriyal) is Cabbage stir-fry with the perfect blend of color and taste. A stand-out recipe where cabbage is mildly spiced with red chilli, cumin and coriander powders and garnished with fresh coriander leaves. One of my favorites as a side to go with rice, rasam and appadam. Today, I made […]