Murunagai Keerai Poriyal or drumstick leaves stir fry is healthy, vegan and quick stir fry or poriyal recipe made with minimal ingredients and makes good side dish with rice sambar, kuzhambu or even dal. Or even with hot steaming rice with little ghee and this keerai poriyal is fabulous combo. The only tedious part in this recipe is to clean the leaves/keerai which takes little time but it's all worth it in the end.
Shevgyachya Bhaji is Maharashtrian style Drumstick Curry recipe made with simple ingredients and there is no onion, no garlic, no tomato in this recipe just minimal things makes this curry so delicious. I have tried Shevgyachya Bhaji last year for the first time and from then on this simple curry is very regular at home as it's goes well with both rice and roti. Though the curry may not be very appealing in look but you will love it once you taste this.
Bharli Vangi or stuffed baby brinjals (eggplant) curry is popular Maharashtrian recipe where vangi means brinjal/eggplant. This recipe is very easy with limited ingredients and taste fabulous if made correctly which isn't complicated either we just have to cook the masala well and use oil little on generous side for this curry. Best goes with roti, paratha but we can serve with rice too.
Parangikai Kara Kondakadalai Puli Kuzhambu or Pumpkin black chickpeas kulambu or curry is delicious kuzhambu recipe with sweetness of pumpkin, chickpeas crunchiness and tangy it's a real treat for kuzhambu lovers. I made this kuzhambu couple of weeks black while I was trying to clear my pantry and fridge before the India trip and with a large pumpkin sitting in my fridge I tried various different recipe instead of usual pumpkin dry curry or pumkin taro curry.
(image from google).
(image from google).
Carrot Raita or Gajar Raita is easy raita recipe made with few ingredients easily available in our pantry. Carrot raita is slightly few raita with carrot crunch and it's gets paired along any paratha or variety rice, pulao well. Like most of the raitas we can also customize this carrot or gajar raita to make it more interesting like adding chopped onion, tomato, capsicum, cucumber etc which makes simple raita more crunchy and filling.
Raksha Bandhanfalls on 10th of August for 2014 and here I am with collections of sweets and desserts for Rakhi celebration. Raksha Bandhan is Hindu festival to celebrate the love between Brothers & Sisters and also among people whom are biologically unrelated. Raksha Bandhan significance is Sister tie a Rakhi (thread) and brother suppose to protect sister from all evil and take care of her, what a wonderful festival to share the beautiful bond of siblings.