Zucchini Keerai Thogayal Recipe - South Indian Tangy Spinach and Zucchini Chutney

Zucchini Keerai Thogayal Recipe - South Indian Tangy Spinach and Zucchini Chutney

Tuesday, 26 December 2017 10:00

The Zucchini Keerai Thogayal Recipe is a lip smacking tangy and spicy chutney from the South Indian Cuisine. The Zucchini and spinach are first cooked in a pan and pureed along with roasted methi seeds, urad dal and black pepper making it very ayurvedic and healthy.  Did you know, Zucchini is low in calories and contains significant quantities of potassium, folate, and vitamin A, all of which are important for good health. Serve the Zucchini Keerai Thogayal along with Ragi Oatmeal Dosa Recipe (Finger Millet and Oatmeal Crepes), Andhra Cheese Vegetables Pesarattu Recipe or even Steamed rice topped with ghee. If you like Thogayals, then you must try some of our classic recipes Thengai Thogayal Recipe (Spicy and Tangy Coconut Chutney) Amla/Nellikai Thogayal Recipe (Gooseberry Chutney) Peerkangai Thogayal Recipe (Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney)
Published in Indian Chutney Recipes
कुकुम्बर मोर कोलंब - Cucumber Mor Kuzhambu (Recipe In Hindi)

कुकुम्बर मोर कोलंब - Cucumber Mor Kuzhambu (Recipe In Hindi)

Tuesday, 28 November 2017 09:00

कुकुम्बर मोर कोलंब एक स्वादिष्ट करी है जिसे चावल के साथ परोसा जा सकता है. नरम नरम ककड़ी को नरित्याल और सरसों की ग्रेवी में पकाया जाता है. इसके साथ इसमें रोज के मसालो का प्रयोग किया जाता है. आप ककड़ी की जगह अफेड कद्दू का भी इस्तेमाल कर सकते है. कुकुम्बर मोर कोलंब को चावल और बीटरूट थोरन के साथ दिन के खाने के लिए परोसे।  अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद आई हो तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है  सोया कीमा मसाला हरे मटर का निमोना  शिमला मिर्च करी 
Paneer in White Gravy Recipe (No onion & No Garlic)

Paneer in White Gravy Recipe (No onion & No Garlic)

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 09:00

Paneer in White Gravy Recipe (No onion & No Garlic) is a comforting curry made rich with a mixture cashew nut paste cooked in milk and curd. The paneer is then toasted separately and dunk in the gravy and served. The gravy is flavored with star anise, bay leaf, cloves, cinnamon and sprinkled with dried fenugreek leaves. The paneer gravy is made with no onion and no garlic option which can also be added as an Ayurvedic option. Serve the  Paneer in White Gravy Recipe along with thepla, Moong Sprouts Salad with Grated Carrots and Coriander by the side to make it a complete meal.  If you are looking for more Paneer recipes here are some :  Palak Paneer Recipe (Cottage Cheese In Spinach Gravy) Cabbage Paneer Parathas Recipe Kadai Paneer Recipe
Beetroot, Aloo & Amaranth Leaves Sabzi Recipe

Beetroot, Aloo & Amaranth Leaves Sabzi Recipe

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 09:00

Beetroot, Aloo & Amaranth Leaves Sabzi Recipe, has all the good ingredients in one dish. The subzi is simply tossed with tempered cumin seeds and curry leaves. Spiced with coriander powder and garam masala powder. Beetroot is rich source of magnesium, potassium and copper. Amaranth on the other hand is a powerhouse of Iron and Vitamins. Potatoes has a good amount starch. So therefore this dish will become a well-balanced dish for your everyday diet. Serve the Beetroot, Aloo & Amaranth Leaves Sabzi Recipe along with phulka, Green Moong Dal Makhani and Sweet Potato & Green Bean Salad by the side to make it a rich and delicious meal.  If you are looking for more Subzi recipes here are some :  Sweet Potato and Carrot Subzi Recipe Baby corn and Carrot Subzi Recipe Whole Green Moong Dal Sabzi Recipe
करामानी पोरियल - Karamani Poriyal (Recipe In Hindi)

करामानी पोरियल - Karamani Poriyal (Recipe In Hindi)

Thursday, 09 November 2017 10:00

करामानी पोरियल एक साउथ इंडियन रेसिपी है जो बहुत ही सेहतमंद है. तड़के में लाल मिर्च का प्रयोग किया जाता है जो इसके स्वाद को और भी बढ़ाता है.  करामानी पोरियल को मिक्स्ड वेजिटेबल सांबर और चावल के साथ दिन के खाने के लिए परोसे.  अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद आई हो तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है  आलू अमृतसरी  काला चना मसाला  आलू गाजर मटर की सब्ज़ी  
Cabbage and Carrot Poriyal Recipe (No Onion and No Garlic)

Cabbage and Carrot Poriyal Recipe (No Onion and No Garlic)

Thursday, 09 November 2017 09:00

Cabbage and Carrot Poriyal Recipe (No Onion and No Garlic) is an ayurvedic recipe that is served as a side dish for your main courses. Poriyal are from South India, mainly from Tamil nadu, it is a simple stir fry of vegetables with mustard seeds, chana dal, curry leaves and hing. As ayurvedic cooking does not include any onion or garlic in it. We have made this recipe by omitting ingredients like onion, garlic and dry red chilies. It is mainly pure and natural. Their way of cooking is wholesome and Satvik. Serve the Cabbage and Carrot Poriyal Recipe along with Pineapple Rasam , steamed rice and sambar to make it a complete south Indian meal.  If you are looking for more Poriyal Recipes here are some :  Carrot Poriyal Recipe (Steamed Carrot Stir Fry) Pavakkai Poriyal Recipe (Karela Ki Sabzi) Urulai Kizhangu Kathirikai Poriyal
Pata Gobi Aur Kele Kofta Curry Recipe (No onion No Garlic)

Pata Gobi Aur Kele Kofta Curry Recipe (No onion No Garlic)

Sunday, 05 November 2017 09:00

Pata Gobi Aur Kele Kofta Curry Recipe (No onion No Garlic) is a fried dumpling made from cabbage and raw banana dunk in a spicy and tangy tomato gravy that is made with no onion and no garlic option. Raw banana is a wonderful vegetable that helps in boosting the immune system and are a rich source of potassium. The dish promotes Ayurveda cooking as it does not include any onion or garlic in it. Ayurveda cooking is mainly pure and natural.  Serve the Pata Gobi Aur Kele Kofta Curry Recipe along with Phulka or Naan with salad by the side. If you are looking for more Kofta recipes here are some :  Lauki Kofta Recipe (Non Fried Doodhi Kofta) Sweet Potato & Oatmeal Kofta Curry (Non Fried)
Pepper Tea Recipe

Pepper Tea Recipe

Thursday, 02 November 2017 11:10

Pepper Tea Recipe is a Indian light tea recipe that is prepared by boiling crushed pepper with plain water and then topped with lemon juice and optionally, honey. The usage of ginger is optional here but is recommended. This recipe is a natural home remedy for cold, and common headache. This tea is also an ayurvedic recipe for weight loss if accompanied with healthy meal and routine. You can serve Pepper Tea Recipe with Baked Masala Namak Para Recipe and Guilt-free Amaranth, Dates and Almond Ladoo Recipe (Energy Balls). If you like this recipe, take a look at more recipes like Tulsi Kashayam Recipe (Kaada) Watermelon Basil Sei White Tea Recipe Green Tea Recipe
Published in Indian Drink Recipes
Kaccha Kela & Bhindi Recipe (Raw Banana & Ladies Finger Dry)

Kaccha Kela & Bhindi Recipe (Raw Banana & Ladies Finger Dry)

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 11:00

Kaccha Kela & Bhindi Recipe (Raw Banana and Ladies Finger) is an ayurvedic friendly recipe without onion and garlic. The raw banana and ladies finger are separately roasted well till it crisp up and then tossed with basic spices like turmeric powder, hing, pepper powder and salt. It is completely a dry dish and goes really well with phulkas or just with curd rice. The cooking technique is also very simple and it helps to store more flavor and nutrients in the dish as it is not processed too much. Raw banana is a very good diabetic friendly ingredient and is rich in fiber where as on the other hand ladies finger also helps in preventing diabetics and also controls cholesterol level. Serve the Kaccha Kela & Bhindi Recipe along with phulka and curd rice to enjoy a good satvik meal.  If you are looking for more dry subzi recipe here are some : Carrot and Beans Thoran (Subzi Recipe) Besan Kela Subzi Recipe Manipuri Style Chana Kanghou Recipe
Baby corn and Carrot Subzi Recipe

Baby corn and Carrot Subzi Recipe

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 09:00

Baby corn and Carrot Subzi Recipe is a quick subzi that can be made with ingredients that are commonly available in the kitchen. The recipe does not contain onions and garlic making it very much ayurvedic friendly. Fennel seeds and fresh coconut are considered to be very much ayurvedic and when it is used in the subzi it elevates the flavor and creates a delicious side dish. It also has a good balance of sweet and spicy taste from the jaggery and red chilli powder. Serve the Baby corn and Carrot Subzi Recipe along with tawa paratha, Spicy Paneer Pulao With Vegetables and raita to make it a complete meal for your lunch.  If you are looking for more Subzi recipes here are some : Besan Kela Subzi Recipe Jain Style Whole Green Moong Dal Subzi Recipe Kadai Vegetable Sabzi Recipe
Mulangi Thoran Recipe (Radish Stir Fry with Coconut)

Mulangi Thoran Recipe (Radish Stir Fry with Coconut)

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 09:00

Mulangi Thoran Recipe (Radish Stir Fry with Coconut) is a kerala style side dish that has ground coconut, green chilli, curry leaves and ginger. It is then stir fried along with thinly cut radish. The richness of the coconut added into dish gives a wonderful flavor as well as lifts up the whole dish. The spices are not much as it is all ground with coconut and all you need to add is just salt. Radish is a root vegetable that is rich in fiber and aids in digestion. It also helps in lowering the blood pressure as it is rich in potassium as well. Serve the Mulangi Thoran Recipe along with steamed rice,Dal Palak Recipe or Mango Rasam Recipe to complete your lunch plate.  If you are looking for more Radish Recipes here are some :  Mooli Paratha (Thepla) (Indian Flat Bread with Radish) Aloo Aur Mooli ke Patton ki Sabzi Cucumber, Red Radish, Tomatoes & Onion Salad Recipe
Raw Papaya Mor Kootu Recipe - Ayurvedic No Onion No Garlic Recipe

Raw Papaya Mor Kootu Recipe - Ayurvedic No Onion No Garlic Recipe

Tuesday, 03 October 2017 15:32

The Raw Papaya Mor Kootu Recipe is a perfect blend of yogurt and coconut, spiced along with green chillies and curry leaves. Adding curry leaves to the mor kootu is a great way to consume this healthy herb. Did you know the fiber in the raw papaya cleans the body internally of toxins and helps with skin conditions like acne blemishes and pigmentation. Raw Papaya is also rich in Vitamin C, E & A, folate, it also gives only 39 calories per a 100 gram. Presence of antioxidants in raw papaya, burns your calorie down and extra fat deposits.  Serve the Raw Papaya Mor Kootu along with Phulkas, Beetroot Poriyal and Pineapple Rasam Recipe for a wholesome lunch. If you like Kootu recipes, you can try a few more Chow Chow Poricha Kootu Recipe Manathakkali Keerai Molagootal Recipe Vendakkai (Okra) Puli Kootu Recipe
Banana Stem Thoran Recipe - Ayurvedic No Onion No Garlic Recipe

Banana Stem Thoran Recipe - Ayurvedic No Onion No Garlic Recipe

Tuesday, 03 October 2017 14:29

The Banana Stem Thoran Recipe is a wholesome dish made from banana stem that is tossed in a ground mixture of coconut green chillies and curry leaves. Banana stem is very high in potassium and vitamin B6, which together benefit the muscles and the body's production of hemoglobin and insulin.  Serve the Banana Stem Thoran along with Nellikai Rasam (Whole Gooseberry Rasam) Recipe and Steamed rice for lunch or even pack it into your lunch box along with phulkas. If you like Thoran's you must try some of our favorites.  Idichakka Thoran Recipe (Young Jack Fruit With Spiced Coconut) Cabbage Thoran (Poriyal) Recipe (South Indian Style Sabzi) Kerala Vendakkai Thoran Recipe (Okra Stir Fry with Coconut) 
Besan Ka Sheera Recipe (Natural Cold Remedy)

Besan Ka Sheera Recipe (Natural Cold Remedy)

Sunday, 24 September 2017 00:16

Besan Ka Sheera is an effective natural home remedy for cold and cough. Besan or chickpea flour is slow roasted until aromatic and then simmered with milk, turmeric and freshly cracked black peppercorns. Turmeric and Black pepper have a natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties aiding in giving relief from cold. It is a popular home remedy used in Northern part of India. The drink also induces good sleep when ill. The Besan Ka Sheera is served hot and best had before the bedtime. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Mung Pani Recipe (Whole Green Mung Soup) Homemade Methi Ajwain Kala Jeera Powder (Herbal Home Remedy for Digestion) Raab Recipe (Immunity Building Home Remedy Made from Millet Flour)
Vazhakkai Podimas Recipe (Ayurvedic Recipe With No onion No Garlic)

Vazhakkai Podimas Recipe (Ayurvedic Recipe With No onion No Garlic)

Tuesday, 12 September 2017 09:24

The Vazhakkai Podimas Recipe is a very simple and wholesome Ayurvedic recipe made from raw bananas. The recipe using less oil and has subtle flavors from the asafoetida, roasted urad dal and curry leaves. The addition of lemon is very important to bring out the flavors of the dish. Serve the Ayurvedic style Vazhakai Podimas recipe along with Tomato Rasam, Steamed Rice and Kosambari for a whole some Ayurvedic lunch. Did you know the green raw banana is a good source of fiber, vitamins and minerals. It contains a resistant starch, which is a type of starch that cannot be broken down by enzymes in your digestive system hence it acts more like a fiber than a starch. Hence it helps in regulating blood sugar, manage weight and also help lower blood cholesterol levels.
Karnataka Style Gasagase Payasa Recipe- Poppy seed Payasam

Karnataka Style Gasagase Payasa Recipe- Poppy seed Payasam

Thursday, 22 June 2017 09:00

Karnataka Style Gasagase Payasa Recipe is a Poppy seed Payasam which is an all-time favourite sweet for kannadigas. Most of their festivals always ends with this creamy cup filled with poppy seed payasam. The poppy seeds are ground along with rice and simmered in milk till it thickens and garnished with hot toasted cashew nuts and raisins with ghee. Serve the Gasagase Payasa after having a Spicy Mixed Vegetable Pulao Recipe with Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita to cool down your palate with a sweet note.  If you are looking for payasam recipe here are some: Paal Payasam Recipe (Rice Kheer/Pudding) Aval Payasam Recipe Semiya Payasam/Kheer Recipe
Kerala Style Chakka Varattiyathu Ari Payasam Recipe- Jackfruit Brown Rice Kheer

Kerala Style Chakka Varattiyathu Ari Payasam Recipe- Jackfruit Brown Rice Kheer

Monday, 24 April 2017 09:00

Kerala Style Chakka varattiyathu Ari Payasam Recipe is a quintessential part of Kerala cuisine.  It is prepared by using ripe jackfruit and then simmered in jaggery and milk.  The dessert is traditionally prepared in an “uzhali” which is a huge bronze vessel that could withstand high temperature.  This will give the right taste that is required in the dessert. Serve the Kerala Style Chakka varattiyathu Ari Payasam Recipe after a nice Kerala meal that includes Kerala Avial Recipe and Kerala Style Egg Roast Curry and Malabari Parotta .  If you are looking for more Payasam Recipe here are some:  Paal Payasam Recipe (Rice Kheer/Pudding) Aval Payasam Recipe (Sweet Flattened Rice Pudding) Semiya Payasam/Kheer Recipe (Sweet Vermicelli Pudding)
Parangikai Payasam Recipe - Pumpkin Payasam

Parangikai Payasam Recipe - Pumpkin Payasam

Sunday, 23 April 2017 00:00

Parangikai Payasam is the easiest and the most healthiest payasam one can think of. Pumpkin is used very commonly in a variety of dishes in a South Indian cuisine. The main reason for me to use pumpkin was that it adds an extra nutritional value to the dish.  Serve Parangikai Payasam as a healthy and delicious dessert after a weekday meal of Kongunadu Special Thakkali Kurma with lachha paratha or as part of banana leaf meal during festivals.  Other recipes that you can try are: Paal Payasam Recipe Aval Payasam Recipe Semiya Payasam/Kheer Recipe    
Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari Recipe- With Pomegranates

Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari Recipe- With Pomegranates

Friday, 30 September 2016 00:43

Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari is one of our favourite healthy salads, with the addition of sweet pomegranate pearls.    Commonly served at South Indian yele oota at various ceremonies and weddings. Low on calories, high on nutrients and an absolute visual treat to see a bowlful of colourful sprouted Moong Kosambari. Serve Sprouted Green Gram Kosambari along with Tomato Onion Sambar and Steamed Rice and Raw Papaya Thoran Recipe for a weekday meal.  If you like this recipe, you can also try other Kosambari recipes such as : Uddina Bele Southekayi Kosambari Recipe South Indian Kosambari Recipe
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Pasi Paruppu Kosumalli Recipe (Spiced Lentil Salad Recipe)

Pasi Paruppu Kosumalli Recipe (Spiced Lentil Salad Recipe)

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 12:00

Pasi Paruppu Kosumalli Recipe (Spiced Lentil Salad Recipe) is a simple salad made using soaked moong dal lentil mixed with an assortment of cucumber, carrot, and coconut and tempered with Indian spices.  The salad is usually made during an auspicious festival like Navaratri(Gollu) in the Southern region of India.It is served as a side dish to be relished while eating a meal. There are many variations that can be made with the type of vegetable being used. This recipe is the traditional way of making Kosumalli in most South Indian households. Serve your fresh Pasi Parupu Kosumalli Recipe (Spiced Lentil Salad Recipe) during lunch or relish it as a quick snack. If you are looking for more salad recipes here are some of our favourites: Lentil Tabbouleh Recipe (Middle Eastern Vegetarian Salad With Lentils) Creamy Potato Egg Salad Recipe with Herbs Charred Corn and Radish Salad Recipe  
     
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