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.
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. […]
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.
Agathi Keerai Charu
This dish can be taken mixed with hot rice. This is very good for healing the sour in mouth and tongue.
A lunch dish made with coconut
Thengai (Coconut) Thuvaiyal
This Thuvaiyal also called “Thogaiyal” is prepared along with variety rices, Curd Rice, Idli and taken during long journey or picnic. It also goes well with Rice Upma. It tastes great when mixed with hot steamed rice along with few drops of ghee/gingelly oil.
Fried Modak | Poricha Kozhukattai
This is a sweet dish also known as Poricha Kozhukattai is made with maida, coconut and rice flour. Check
This Modak is commonly prepared in South India for Ganapathy Homam, while it is also quite popular in North India as a Prasad. It can be made with wheat flour. You can try this variation of the fried modak also.
“Kadambam” means mixture. This Kadamba Chutney can be prepared with different combinations using ingredients like tomato, onion, garlic, ginger, coriander leaves, curry leaves, mint leaves, coconut, dhals etc. Basic ingredients for the chutney are Chillies, tamarind and salt (உப்பு, புளி, மிளகாய்). To this we can add more suitable ingredients and […]