Few weeks back, when I had gone to visit my mom, while chatting, she shared this recipe with me. She had learnt it from her neighbour it seems and was very excited about sharing the recipe with me:) She had already tried the recipe and said that the dosa was very tasty. I have neverRead more about Tomato Dosa… Read More!
I was going through my recipe notebook yesterday and found this very simple and interesting recipe in my collection. One of the many recipes that I have jotted down from all possible sources. I decided to try for today’s breakfast as it required only the basic ingredients which all of us mostly have. It is aRead more about Cucumber Dosa … Read More!
Set dosa is a speciality from the Karnataka Cuisine. It’s called as set dosa because it is always served as set of two dosas. Set dosa is very light, spongy and has a melt in mouth texture. It’s smaller than the regular dosa. It’s generally served with vegetable sagu and coconut chutney. I made setRead more about Set Dosa… Read More!
If there is one dish that I can have anytime and anywhere, then it is dosa. I am fond of all varieties of dosa. Mysore masala dosa is my most favourite one. What makes it special from the regular masala dosa, is the spicy red chutney that is used to spread on the dosa. Today,Read more about Mysore Masala Dosa… Read More!
Uthappam is a South Indian version of pancake with vegetable toppings. It is a very famous breakfast dish of Tamil Nadu. Served with chutney and sambar, it becomes a very, healthy, complete and wholesome breakfast. Generally everyone makes uthappam with left over idli batter. I used to do the same, till I came across MrsRead more about Onion Uthappam… Read More!
It will be very rare to find a South Indian who will not like dosa. And am certainly not an exception. I can have dosa for any meal. I specially love crispy ( moru moru) dosas. Today morning I made moru moru dosas ( moru moru is a Tamil word for crispness). It always givesRead more about Moru Moru Dosa… Read More!
My sister and her kids have come home to stay with us for few days. I decided to make onion rava dosa for breakfast as its their favourite. I follow Mrs Mallika Badrinath recipe for most of the South Indian tiffin varieties. And Rava dosa is one of her fool proof recipe. It tastes exactlyRead more about Onion Rava Dosa… Read More!
Watermelon Rind Dosa Few days back, I had made watermelon Othappam. I had used watermelon juice to make the Othappam batter. Two days back, when I was cutting the watermelon, as always I kept aside the rind which was to be discarded. Just when I was about to do that, I got this idea toRead more about Watermelon Rind Dosa… Read More!
Adai is a very traditional breakfast of Tamil Nadu. It’s a variety of dosa. It’s made of combination of lentils and rice. It’s thicker than dosa, crispy and spicy. It’s rich in protein, healthy and wholesome. Unlike dosa, the batter for adai need not be fermented. Though many have it have for breakfast, in ourRead more about Adai… Read More!
This again is my creation, idea inspiration from the show Master Chef. The contestants had to create new recipe using watermelon as the main ingredient. One of the contestant made watermelon othappam. I found that idea to be very interesting. I have taken the idea from the show and created this recipe. It was suchRead more about Mini Watermelon Othappam… Read More!