On the long Holi+Easter weekend, I made Nucchina Unde with Southekayi Hasi Majjige for breakfast. This was at the recommendation of Roopa Belur, a friend and fellow foodie. And what a treat this turned out to be. This classic breakfast from Karnataka was simply delicious and the perfect way to begin a lazy weekend.
This recipe for Nucchina Unde or Nuchinunde was suggested to me by Roopa Belur, a friend and fellow foodie. So this is yet another reader suggested post. 🙂 Like Usha, who suggested the recipe for Kanda Kairi, Roopa and me have regular food related conversations. She is a treasure trove of traditional Kannada
Kanda Kairi is a super simple raw mango and onion chutney from the state of Maharashtra. I made this recipe at the request of Usha Chinmay, a regular follower of my blog. Over time, I have come to look forward to Usha’s comments. There are many reasons for this: She is a foodie
This Methi Paneer recipe has become a favourite in my home. I am not too fond of the traditional Palak Paneer. I have tried a variation with Cashews in the gravy and that is a version I can live with. So I was looking for other greens that I could cook Paneer withContinue reading
Mammidi Allam Mukkalu! The very term makes my mouth water. Mammidi Allam (also known as Manga Inji or Mango Ginger) is a special type of ginger that has the aroma of raw mangoes. The simplest way to enjoy it is to pickle it for a day or two in lemon juiceContinue reading
A few weeks ago, I ordered Rajasthani Kachi Haldi ki Sabzi for lunch from one of the newly launched online food delivery services. It was love at first taste. I saved some of my lunch for my father and he loved the taste too. This was the reason I triedContinue reading