Kudal Kulambu is a traditional recipe of Tamil Nadu. This is one of my mom’s best signature dish and this is prepared right in her kitchen. I really love it so much, but yet some people have a dislike over this yummy curry. If you ask me if its prepared in the correct way then it will not have any smell and that’s the main reason for dislike I guess . And If you taste the curry once sure you are going to love it like I do. This pairs fantastic with plain white rice / Idli / Dosa. And this goat intestine is a good remedy for mouth ulcer. Whenever I got those irritating sores then my mom used to make this Kudal Kulambu. And after having this curry I really felt better. When I was small whenever my dad buy this goat intestine its a very huge work for my mom to clean those intestines. But now a days its not a big deal. We used to buy this goat intestine from our near by mutton stall. And it is thoroughly cleaned and chopped like usual meat. So we never have to bother about cleaning anymore. Then cleaning under normal water like any other meat is enough. Always make sure the goat intestine is cleaned properly before proceeding to cook. Lets see how to prepare this authentic Kudal Kulambu / Goat Intestine Curry….
October 17, 2014
July 08, 2014
This a very delicious aromatic South Indian chicken curry. This dish is so flavourful and pairs best with plain rice and rotis. This can also be a good accompaniment with briyanis. The house will be filled with flavours while you are making the masala, no wonder this is such an enjoyable treat to chicken lovers. Do make this yummy chicken curry and let me know your views. Now lets see the preparation.
April 06, 2014
March 17, 2014
January 24, 2014
Restaurant menu for breakfast starts with Idli ,Dosa ,Puri ,Vada , Pongal etc…. it goes like this… If there is Poori then there should be Poori masala , this combination is fantastic. I do love my pooris with Kurmas as well as Coconut chutney . But hubby dear and kid likes traditional side so I mostly go with this masal . You can also use this masala for making masala dosa or a stuffing for sandwich. Lets learn how to make traditional poori masala…
October 04, 2013
Today I am here to share a fantastic tasty chicken recipe - Kozhi Varuval / Chicken fry . This dish is so easy to make and needs no marination. This is so flavourful and pairs up perfectly as a side with both rice & rotis . It can also be made as a gravy depending upon your taste. We liked it very much and I am pretty sure you are also going to like it. So here comes the recipe and do try this yummy fry and let me know your views…
August 19, 2013
Tomato Chutney is a very delicious combo for Idlis and Dosas . Chutney recipes are staple side dishes for breakfast in South India and this is my mum’s version which I like most . I have already posted Onion Tomato Chutney without coconut , click on the link to check it . In this tomato chutney , my mum used to add a little coconut and that really enhances the taste . This is so easy to make and tastes wonderful . Hope you all love this simple chutney . Lets see how to prepare it….
June 27, 2013
There are many variations to make a basic chicken curry recipe and today I love to share this chicken curry that is prepared with few fresh ingredients from the kitchen pantry. There are some few recipes in our menu that we don’t feel bored while making them often and often . One such recipe is this chicken curry. And this curry will catch its presence in most of the occasions like get together / parties / at weekends . So its clear to you that this curry is thoroughly enjoyed by my family . This curry tastes great with plain rice . The preparation is quite simple and I believe this will sure occupy your to-do list. Basically I am fond of chicken and after coming to UK the only non-veg we used to buy is chicken . So I love trying lots of variations in my chicken curry . I tried the same curry with coconut paste , but it tastes fabulous only without the coconut touch. But however now-a-days we started buying mutton too. I prepared mutton chukka last week and waiting to share with you guys soon. Lets see the preparation of this simple Chicken curry ….
June 10, 2013
Potato Varu Kulambu is our family favourite curry . Potato is a favourite vegetable not only for kids , almost to everyone . Even when I was young the only vegetable I eat without hesitation are potatoes . Now my son also likes the crispy items made with potatoes . Potatoes are in rich in carbohydrates . Although fried items are not recommended for high cholesterol as per health issues .
But this is not a fried item so no worries to make this curry . I learnt this delicious curry from my grandma . Simple to make but tastes extraordinary . Generally I make it a bit spicy , if you are a mild eater then adjust the spiciness as per your taste . This goes well with steamed rice and also with tiffin items . This is a good lunch box item too. Lets see how to make this curry….
May 24, 2013
Moong dal curry is a very healthy and yummy side for rotis as well as rice. I like this curry along with hot steamed rice with few drops of ghee over it. This dal is rich in protein and loaded with lots of nutrients. My mom used to make this curry often as it can be made in no time and also so good for health. It is called as pachai pasi paruppu in Tamil. You can make this so quick ,15 mins is more enough. And the cool thing is there is no need to soak the dal . Just wash with lots of water and pressure cook and make your curry . Normally I use sprouted mung beans for the same recipe . And I love that with fluffy pooris . Try this simple yet yummy side with your rotis / pooris / rice and let me know your views….
April 04, 2013
Potato paal curry is an authentic South Indian recipe and mostly have its place in wedding feasts. This is one of my mom’s dish and its so simple to prepare but tastes really wonderful . My hubby loves this delicious side with sambar rice . It even goes well with Dosas / Puris / Rotis or with any mixed rice items . I have made it mild yet you can alter the spiciness up to your taste. Potato is a commonly loved vegetable by almost everyone . And this rich mild texture will make us stick to its taste . Lets see the preparation . Try it and give your views….
March 25, 2013
Palak Paneer is an North Indian dish that uses spinach and cottage cheese . Smooth creamy thick curry
made from pureed spinach and milk. You can substitute heavy cream in the place of milk , that gives a great creamy sauce consistency . But I usually go with milk as I prepare this yummy dish frequently .It is a very popular dish in Indian restaurants worldwide and the creamy taste will sure make us love it. This is also a very healthy dish for kids and the taste never fails to attract them . This is so perfect for rotis and naan . Try this creamy palak paneer and enjoy with your loved ones…..
March 14, 2013
This Coconut chutney is a basic chutney recipe that I make quite often . This is so great with hot idlis and dosas. My family’s favourite chutney . This is a very traditional basic South Indian side dish that is usually made everyday for tiffins. This is perfect not only with idli –dosas but also with poori , pongal , chapattis and with rice too. Before marriage I ask my mom to do chutney with red chillies but my hubby likes chutneys with only green chillies. My taste too differed, I am always sticking to green chillies now-a-days . I like sesame oil for tempering as the flavour is so good but you can use any oil you wish . I know this chutney is quite a usual preparation at most of the houses but I am posting this simple recipe for beginners and some of my North Indian friends who keep on asking me for the recipe. Now off to the chutney preparation…
March 01, 2013
This is a traditional Bengali delicacy . Deep fried puris stuffed with the mild sweetness of green peas and a spicy dum aloo is really a heavenly combo. I tried this yesterday for lunch and amazed at the taste .This turned a big hit at my house . Do try this yummy combo and I am sure you all will love this ….
December 10, 2012
This is a very popular and a traditional dish from Indian cuisine . I got this authentic recipe of course from my mom who is a great cook to me.My mom prepares this curry in a kadai (i.e,not using pressure cooker) that was so great.The mutton we get in my moms place is so soft and cooks soon.But without cooker I can’t make this as the mutton I am getting here in my place is so hard and will take hours when I cook in a kadai.I love to toss some hot rice in the masala leftover in the pan.That tastes awesome. This hot dish goes well with steamed rice or rotis or with any type of Indian flatbreads or with pulao rice.We loved this so much and try it , definitely you too will love it…
November 20, 2012
Check out my Guest post that has been published on Meena’s Ramdon Ramblings.She is a wonderful blogger with kind helping mind and am so happy to share my recipe in her blog.
This is a simple yummy fry that goes well with any mixed rice or rotis.Click here to check the recipe.