Sandhya Hariharan

I am Sandhya Hariharan, a Londoner by Choice,South Indian by birth with an upbringing in Mumbai.There is diversity in Taste, Language, Culture and Style. Sandhya’s Kitchen is my gastronomical blog about world cooking,baking,photography and cuisines where my passion for food marries Food photography and Styling.So, here I am, a Stirring Mummy, who is combating in her daily routine being a full time cook, a referee between her fussy kids,a passionate wife, an obsessive amateur food photographer & food stylist, a recipe developer and an art director at Sandhya's Kitchen.

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Recipes and Articles by Sandhya Hariharan

Methi Namak Pare Recipe

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 00:38

Fried savoury flour crisps also known as Namak Pare can be easily made at home. To add a twist, we have added methi in the Namak Pare. Make these flavoursome Methi Namak Pare ahead in time for Holi, or enjoy them with a cup of Tea, watching your favourite cricket match. Serve Methi Namak Pare with hot ...

Mango Lemonade Recipe

Tuesday, 15 March 2016 00:31

Mango Lemonade is a perfect refreshing drink this summer! A must try recipe recommended for all, who love mangoes with a hint of lemon. With Summer coming closer, you can always treat your family with this drink. As everyone in the family likes mangoes, this drink will be a sure shot hit in your family. ...

Published in Smoothies and Juices

Classic Pizza Margherita Recipe

Wednesday, 09 March 2016 00:56

Pizza Margherita is a classic Pizza recipe where the flatbread is topped up with tomato sauce & mozzarella cheese. The process of making pizza dough in this recipe is quite similar to the Dominos pizza base. Serve Classic Pizza Margherita with Broccoli Pesto Pasta and Cheese Garlic Bread for a perfect ...

Published in Pastas and Pizzas

Homemade Pizza Sauce Recipe

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 00:13

Homemade Pizza Sauce from scratch is authentic and can be made in just 40 minutes. It is always a good to make your pizza with homemade sauce as it tastes better. Its easy to make and can be stored in the freezer too. Use it while making your pizza and you yourself will feel the change in the taste. If ...

Molagooshyam Recipe - A Mixed Vegetable Lentil Curry

Tuesday, 20 October 2015 00:02

Molagooshyam is an easy recipe from the Palakkad Cuisine. It is a dish comprising of the combination of lentils, essentially Moong Dal cooked along with vegetables with a drizzle of coconut oil to add a Palakad touch to the recipe. Serve the Molagooshyam along with steamed rice, Elai Vadam and pickle ...

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