Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Methi Pulao/Methi Leaves Pulao

                                         I am writing this post after a very long time.I had this pulao in my friends house and i reallly liked it.I always wanted to include greens in the pualo and this one is a perfect one.It is very aromatic and healthy pulao.You can add some boiled channa or some peas to the pulao to make it even more protein rich and healthy.

Monday, August 28, 2017

Black Channa Sundal/Navarathri Recipes/Saraswathi poojai sundal

                                                             Black channa Sundal or Karuppu Kondakadalai sundal is what you make mostly on Saraswathi poojai,you can make white channa sundal also.This channa sundal is very easy to make and very nutricious.I made this sundal,paruppu payasam and medhu vadai for neivedhayam today.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Gokulashtami Recipes

                                                                        "  Gokulashtami " or  "Krishna Jayanthy" marks the celebration of Lord Krishna's birthday.He was born on the Ashtami day in the Shravana Month.He is the most Glorious incarnation of Lord Vishnu.Gokulashtami is celebrated two days first day by the Smaartas(Iyers)and second day by the vaishnavites(iyengars)

Gokulashtami is celebrated in different forms in different states all over India.In Tamilnadu people welcome Krishna by drawing Krishna's Legs all over the house and making all his favourite sweets and savories.Along with the sweets and savories we offer Milk and milk products like butter,curd etc.We also offer lots of fruits and krishnas favourite snack Ava(rice flakes) or a payasam made with Aval along with lots of fuits like apples,bananas,pears,guavas and Naval pazham or Jamun fruit.

We usually make

Along with vetrilai,pakku,Bananas,apples,oranges,pears,Jamun fruit,Milk,curd,butter, can be kept for Neivedhyam.

                                              HAPPY GOKULASHTAMI TO ALL!!!

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Sri Rama Navami Recipes

                                                 Sri Rama Navami and tamil New year are approaching and i thought i will refresh those recipes.As the mercury is rising it is so hot and humid.These recipes are so refreshing and appropriate for this season.My mother used to make Panagam,Neer more and Kosumali for neivedhyam.

These are the three things made for Rama Navami as neivedhyam

Friday, February 24, 2017

Sago Upma

Sago or javarisi upma.I learnt this recipe from my friend.As a child i have never eaten this upma.Only when I started  cooking I started exploring and looked for more variety.This is quiet a simple one except for the fact that you have to soak it for a little while.


Sago or javarisi
To soak
Mustard seeds
Channa Dal
Turmeric powder
Green chilli
Small piece
Curry leaves
Coriander leaves
Lime juice
1.Soak sago for two hours.Soak it in just enough water to immerse.
2.Put it in a strainer after two hours so that excess water runs off.Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds and when it crackles add Channa Dal(kadalai paruppu),onions,green chilli,ginger, curry leaves and turmeric powder.
3.Fry till onions become slightly brown.
4.Add the sago and salt mix well and depending on the sago close it for a minute or two and cook.Finally add lime juice mix well and serve.Garnish with coriander leaves.
You can add some coarsly powdered peanuts to the upma at the end.It adds taste,flavour and protein to the upma.


  • It is very popular in north India and Maharashtra.
  • They usually make it during fasting period.
  • You can avoid onions during fasting periods.