Category : Curry/Kuzhambu

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Solanum nigrum / small fruited Black nightshade is called as  Manathakkali Keerai, Sukkatti Keerai (in village we use this name) in Tamil, Kaakke soppu in Kannada. This plant comes under berry family as they produce a small berry like fruit, black in color. In most of the countries some parts of the plants are called …
I am not much fond on Mochai ,because I don’t like the smell but with health concern I select buying all types of grains at periodically. There was one box full dried Lima beans (Mochai) lying in my container for about months even after cooking at times. Then I felt why cant I try out …
Going to be in the end of mango season,by this time we would have exhausted picking different varieties of mangoes and tasted with an expectation at least this batch we got would be bit sweeter. So I can surely say that there is no saturation point for the taste of mangoes. This we be the …
 Its really amazing to think how our ancestors discovered every recipes with a scientific health benefit hidden behind each of the recipes prepared. In that, the South Indian lunch menu consisting of sambar,rasam,curd served along with poriyal and appalam contributes all the required essential ingredients in our daily diet. Though this the regular menu items …
Season of Mangoes started and most of us would have started buying and tasting out the yummy, tangy, sour Mangoes and trying to cook out it many possible ways we can. Here is a traditional way of making curry with mango. The recipe uses raw mango cooked with blended plain masala. This kuzhambu/curry can be …
 As stated in the earlier posts turkey berry or Sundakkai is found to have more nutritional benefits for human body. They protects and maintains the normal functioning of nerves and consuming atleast 4 times in a week helps in controlling the diabetes. This can be used in cooking either as in fresh form or dried …
Mango is the king of fruits…and season of mangoes started as of now. We find raw mangoes in basket full everywhere. Being a mango lover I started my purchase and tasting mango varieties. After using a raw mango,half was left out and was thinking so much what to prepare with that. We usually make tamarind …

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