Continuing our attempts to add more vegetables to our regular food – I made “cutlet” dosas. Flashed (an OPOS technique) corn, green chana and green peas and poured some dosa batter. A little bit of garam masala and green chillies or red chilli powder can be added. I didn’t add either, just adjusted the salt. … Read more Cutlet Dosa
For the past 10 days, we have been trying to improve our intake of uncooked fresh vegetables because we realised that while we do eat healthy, the content of uncooked vegetables is very low in our preparations. I tried re-imagining two of our favourite breakfast items – Sabudana Khichadi and Poha. Sabudana Khichadi as Bhel … Read more Re-imagining Traditional Food
Amma (my mother-in-law) was a great cook – if there ever was a Masterchef competition for only South Indian vegetarian food when she was alive, she would have won it easily. She could make the same vegetable every single day of the week and each day it would taste different. There are several relatives of … Read more Kadamba Saadam – My Mother-in-law’s Signature dish
Today’s lunch was noodles for Krishnan and I. Amma ate a little because it was made at home and then went to her rice and rasam :). Its a huge progress from the days when she would refuse to eat anything that was called noodles or pasta or macaroni. Food is a such a deep … Read more Noodles in a jiffy !