Indulge in a delectable rice dish made with cabbage, cow gram dal, capsicum, and mint. Its unique blend of flavors will leave you craving for more!
Poondu (Garlic) Dosai
This dosa is a spicy and flavourful one and a change from ordinary dosa. It can be served with mild White Coconut Chutney or with curd.
Enjoy this yummy mango chutney with any kind of millet dosa, like Ragi or wheat flour. It’s tangy and delicious. You can also have it with idli/dosa if you like.
Mixed Fruit Pachadi
Mixed Fruit Pachadi, often referred to as Kalyana Pachadi, is a delightful sweet dish typically served at South Indian weddings and other auspicious events.
Puli (Tamarind) Pongal
Puli Pongal, also known as Tamarind Pongal, is a flavorful and tangy dish originating from South India. Traditionally served for breakfast, it is also commonly prepared for dinner or as an evening snack.
Kovakkai Kathirikai Curry
Kovakkai in Tamil is known as Tindora or Ivy Gourd in other languages. Tindora is a good source of vitamin A, vitamin B, and it is also known for its toxin eliminating properties.
Thengai (Coconut) Thirattupaal
Thengai thirattupal is a popular sweet in the Thanjavur region that has been enjoyed as a traditional delicacy for generations. It is a part of the “Seer Bakshanam,” a collection of sweets and savouries that are prepared for weddings and served to the groom’s side and guests attending the wedding. […]
Mulai Keerai (Amaranth Leaves) Poriyal
This simple poriyal is made with mulai keerai (முளைக் கீரை) and is served with steamed rice.
Dangar Pachadi (டாங்கர் பச்சடி)
Danger pachadi is a classic dish originating from Thanjavur. This Pachadi is prepared with Roasted Urad dhal Powder and curd. Goes well with Puzhi Pongal and Puzhi Upma.
Sundakkai Vathal Podi (Dried Turkey Berry Powder)
This Sundakkai Vathal Podi can be taken mixed with hot steamed rice along with a spoon of ghee or oil. This podi can also be added to any Kara Kuzhambu.