Quick and Easy Bread Upma Recipe

Written by Saturday, 12 July 2014 05:24
The Bread Upma Recipe is a dish that we look forward to whenever we have excess bread lying around the refrigerator. This recipe is a great way to use any kind of excess bread. The addition of onions, green chillies, sambar powder and fresh herbs like coriander leaves along with toasted buttered bread is super delicious.
The Ragi (Millet) Idli recipe is a simple wholesome dish that you can make with ease. This recipe is a great way to include ragi and other millets in your diet. The idli recipe also has a video of how to make the Idli Dosa Batter and How to make Soft Idli's. Idli is all time South Indian breakfast dish…
Chenna is a high protein homemade cottage cheese that is made from curdling the milk with lemon juice. Most often chenna is used in making sweets or paneer, but at home its a staple breakfast protein that we have every single morning. Each member of the family gets a large tablespoon for breakfast. Chenna /Cottage cheese  is naturally rich in…

Ragi Rava Idli | Savory Steamed Millet Cakes

Written by Thursday, 02 January 2014 06:12
  The Ragi Rava Idli recipe is a healthy preparation of the traditonal Rava Idli that is made with just Semolina. In this Ragi Rava Idli recipe I have combined the ragi flour, also known as the finger millet flour along with semolina (rava) and spiced it up green chillies, mustard and curry leaves. Its a super simple recipe that…

Millet Upma | Savory Millet Pudding

Written by Friday, 06 December 2013 08:48
  The Savory Millet Pudding also known as the Millet Upma is a wholesome breakfast or dinner dish that can be made with just a few ingredients. With a little bit of planning by having vegetables chopped the previous night, preparing this dish in the morning for the family gives me a sense of satisfaction. At home we love to…
  The Gluten Free Ragi Roti is a healthy bread recipe that is made from finger millets and flavored with drumstick leaves and green chillies. Make these delicious and healthy Ragi Roti for a quick dinner or even for a super nourishing breakfast.

Green Moong Dal Dhokla | Savory Steamed Mung Bean Cakes

Written by Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:04
  Green Moong Dal Dhokla is a steamed mung bean cake that is seasoned with mustard, sesame and curry leaves. This recipe of the Dhokla is a variation of the traditional Khatta Dhokla and falls into the category of a Gujarati farsan is a regular staple weekly dinner at my home. Weekends when there is low edge to cooking, I…

Oats Mor Kali | Oats Buttermilk Porridge

Written by Tuesday, 22 October 2013 20:09
Oats Mor Kali or Oats Buttermilk Porridge is a traditional South Indian dish that originates from Tamil Nadu, which is generally prepared using buttermilk, with rice flour as the base. Tasty, nutritious and easy to digest, the dish resembles sooji and makes for a very healthy breakfast option.
  The Non Fried Medu Vada Sambar is a simple healthy and nutritious recipe of the urad dal vada. Vada’s can be make without being deep fried using the Kuzhi paniyaram pan as opposed to traditional method of deep frying, making the medu vada's unhealthy. Serve the delicious medu vadas along with a Mixed Vegetable Sambar topped with finely chopped…
Broken Wheat Upma also known as Godhuma Rava Upma in Tamil Or Dalia in Hindi can also be categorized as a Savory Cracked Wheat Breakfast Pudding makes a wholesome breakfast. With a little bit of planning by having vegetables chopped the previous night, preparing this dish in the morning for the family gives me a sense of satisfaction. I believe…

Puttu - Steamed Rice Cakes Kerala Style

Written by Tuesday, 14 May 2013 09:34
"Puttu" are piping hot steamed rice cakes with coconut and usually paired with a gorgeous Kerala style egg roast or Kadala Curry. Puttu is a rice flour base mixed with coconut and salt and steamed in a special Puttu Maker. It is one of the most popular breakfasts' in Kerala. Some other combinations that can be had along with Puttu is kerala…

Madakasan - Coconut Pancakes

Written by Monday, 15 April 2013 16:04
'Madakasan' as is popularly known in Kerala, are super thin crepes filled with a lovely coconut mixture. It is an excellent snack to serve your kids at home when they are super hungry or simply bored! Though this is usually eaten as a snack, it also qualifies as a super quick and delicious breakfast option.