Ragi Idiyappam | String Hoppers made with Ragi Flour

Ragi Idiyappam | Perfect Springy, Soft, Healthy String Hoppers

I have been meaning to post the recipe for Idiyappam for the longest time, but it was always on the back burner. This week’s Foodie Monday Blog Hop theme of Steamed Dishes came as the perfect vehicle for me to post this recipe. In addition, because I am trying to incorporate millets

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Sun Dried Tomato Hummus

Sun Dried Tomato Hummus

I got back loads of sun-dried tomatoes when I visited Italy last year and have become a fan of the flavour they impart to dishes. So this week, I added them to add flavour to Hummus and voila! I had a delicious Sun Dried Tomato Hummus, which has been a

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Doodh Poha in a silver bowl on a dark green saree

Doodh Poha | A Recipe from Maharashtra and Gujarat

This week’s theme for the Foodie Monday Blog Hop is Cooking Without Fire, chosen by our fellow blogger Preethi Prasad of Preethi’s Cuisine. For this theme I have chosen Doodh Poha, a super simple dish made for Kojagiri Purnima (aka Sharad Poornima) in Maharashtra and Gujarat. Doodh Poha is essentially Poha

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Recipes from Andhra Pradesh for Varalakshmi Vratam

Shravana Masam 2018 | Festival Dates and Recipes from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Shravana Masam or the month of Shravan in states like Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka which follow the Amavasyant calendar is from August 12, 2018 to September 9, 2018. Now begins the “favouritest” part of the year for me where festivals abound. Shravan is the fifth month of the Hindu calendar and is

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Dahi Sabudana | Tapoica Pearls soaked in yogurt

Dahi Sabudana | Upvas Recipe from Maharashtra

Today, I present the recipe for Dahi Sabudana, a super simple and delicious dish that is eaten on days of fasting in Maharashtra. This recipe also heralds the start of my participation in the Foodie Monday Bloghop. This is a group of talented bloggers who post recipes centered around a member-suggested

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