No Bake Mango Cheesecake

No Bake, Eggless Mango Cheesecake | Guest Post by Trupti of My Culinary Saga

Today, I am very pleased to present a No Bake, Eggless Mango Cheesecake by Trupti of My Culinary Saga. I have known Trupti through our common food blogging journey and am a keen follower of her blog. While she has a variety of recipes, I am especially enthralled by her baking exploits; she

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Red Ragi Rotti (Finger Millet Bread) served with yoghurt

Ragi Rotti | Nachni Roti: A Recipe from Karnataka

Ragi Rotti is the lastest millet-based dish to be included in my diet. I have started to make it at least twice a week, and quite like this nutty, spicy Nachni Roti. Reams have been written about how nutritious Ragi is and so I will not repeat it here. I often

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Andhra Pesarattu served with Upma

Pesarattu | Whole Moong Dal Dosa from Andhra Pradesh

Pesarattu is an all-time favourite in most homes in Andhra Pradesh; it is certainly a favourite in my home where we make it once a week. This is a dosa made with Whole Moong Dal and so in protein-rich and very nutritious. In Andhra Pradesh, Pesarattu is typically served  with

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Idli with Millets served with Molaga Podi

No Rice Idli with Millets

I have been meaning to try Idli with Millets instead of rice for a while now, but have been putting it off. This is primarily because I am trying to use millets on a regular basis in my diet. I have already posted recipes for Varai Pulav/Sama Upma, Pongal with

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Ullipaya Pachadi | Andhra-Style Onion Chutney for Idli and Dosa

In my home, Idli and Dosa are staple breakfast items; generally served with Nalla Kharam or Molaga Podi on weekdays. On weekends, I have more time on hand and make some chutney or the other. This past weekend, I had made Ullipaya Pachadi or Andhra Style Onion Chutney as an

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Nuvvula Podi (roasted sesame powder from Andhra Pradesh) in a bottle

Nuvvula Podi | Roasted Sesame Powder from Andhra Pradesh

Every Indian state has its share of Pickles, Chutneys, and Podis (Dry Powders); none more so than Andhra Pradesh which is famous for them. Today I am introducing you to Nuvvula Podi; a favourite from the Vizag-Vizianagaram of Andhra Pradesh. Nuvvula Podi oh-so-simple to make, super delicious, and can be put to

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