This moog dal is a very simple one to make and is without any onion, tomato or other spices.
This gravy goes well with Chapati or any Indian Bread. Can also be served with hot steamed rice/mild pulao.
This tomato onion curry goes well with Chapati and Adai.
One of our readers, Ms. Jayalakshmy Ramanathan, shared this recipe from her mother. I have shared this with our readers and thank Ms. Jayalakshmy for her contribution. The brinjal gojju goes well with Curd Rice. Also it can be served with “Rice Uppuma”, “Upma Kozhukattai” and even with idli/dosa.
This Brinjal gosthu with Samba Sadham(Pepper and Jeera Rice) is prepared at Chidambaram Temple as an offering to Lord Nataraja. Authentically it is prepared with grilled brinjals. Some people fry the brinjals in little oil. I pressure cooked the brinjals and made this famous Chidambaram Gosthu. It is normally served […]
One of our readers, Ms Jayalakshmy Ramanathan, shared this recipe from here mother. I have thankfully included the recipe here for our readers.
“Tomato Dhal” is an Andhra spcial and it is prepared with Thuvar dhal and tomato cooked together. I tried it with Green Gram dhal and tomato puree. Taste is good and goes well with rice and chapati.
Mango dhal is Andhra’s classic dish. Normally both dhal and mangos are cooked together and seasoned with other spices. Mango may be added with or without skin according to one’s own taste. I cooked mango with skin separately and added to the cooked dhal.