This upma is made with wheat rawa (Broken wheat also called as Dalia) and vegetables. An ideal breakfast and can be served with coconut chutney.
Sweet Poli is a popular festive dish made with a sweet stuffing of either dhal or coconut. Instead of the traditional use of all-purpose flour (Maida), I opted to use wheat flour for the outer layer and Jackfruit for the filling, giving it a unique twist.
Urad dal possesses excellent antioxidant properties, rich in fibre and contains minerals such as iron and potassium. Preparing Kozhukattai with Urad Dhal flour is a way to add healthy food to our diet.
This gravy is quick and easy to make, pairs well with Idli/Dosa, Chapati/Roti.
Capsicum is added to this Poriyal to get crunchiness and extra taste. It is served with rice dishes.
This Quick potato curry can be made within 10 to 15 minutes. It is served as a side dish for any rice varieties and chapat/roti.
This Kootu can be taken mixed with steamed rice. It can also be served as side dish for spicy Kuzhambu.
This yellow pumpkin curry can be served as a side dish or mix it with hot rice.
Cracked wheat is full of iron, protein, and calcium. It has many health benefits. It is called Godhumai Rawa in Tamil and Dalia in Hindi.
Pudina leaves, commonly known as mint, are known for their numerous medicinal benefits, especially in stimulating digestion. Thuvaiyal, a beloved South Indian condiment, is commonly served as a side dish alongside curd rice, idli, dosa, and chapati. Furthermore, it can be combined with hot rice for a delectable and expeditious […]