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!
As the name suggests, this is one of the famous varieties of rasam from the Karnataka cuisine. I am fond of all varieties of rasam. But Mysore rasam tops the list. My family too loves this rasam. It’s a simple to make, healthy, aromatic and absolutely delicious rasam. I am going to share my foolRead more about Mysore Rasam… Read More!
Kadhambam in Tamil means mixture. Today, I made a new variety of sambar using mixture of vegetables. I had noted down the recipe of this sambar long time back, not sure from where. The sambar was very aromatic, spicy, tangy and absolutely yummy:) Ingredients Tuvar dal ( pigeon peas) – 3/4th cup Turmeric powder –Read more about Masala Kadhamba Sambar… 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!
Udipi is a small town in Karnataka state which is very famous for its temples and it’s delicious cuisine. It’s one of my most favourite cuisine. No restaurant can match the dosa and sambar that are served in Udipi restaurants. I have made Udipi rasam earlier, but today was the first time that I triedRead more about Udipi Sambar… Read More!
This is another unique rasam from Karnataka cuisine. Jayanthi aunty, who shared her lovely recipe for jack fruit seeds rasam, gave this recipe too:) It’s simple to make but very delicious. And anyone will fall in love with its beautiful colour. This can be served as a soup too. I made it for the firstRead more about Beetroot Rasam… Read More!
My husband is not at all fond of Rajma, whereas I love rajma. Rajma and rice is one of my most favourite meal. Today I thought of making rajma in a different way to see if my husband would like that. First I thought of making rajma in chetinadu style. Then I saw this GhassiRead more about Rajma Ghassi … Read More!
I have made so many types of rasam and I look forward to learn more. I never hesitate to try unique recipes. And I have come to understand that Karnataka cuisine has many delicious varieties of rasam. One such rasam that I learnt very recently is Jackfruit seeds rasam. I learnt this from Jayanthy aunty,Read more about Jackfruit Seeds Rasam… Read More!