You love cake? but not willing to make full cake with so much of frosting? Then this cute pops are perfect . These cute cakepops are small servings of Cake and are perfect as a dessert or to serve in Party . Cake pops loved my all age group. One can make this small pops... Continue Reading →



In simple language a vegetable made in south indian style call PORIYAL. In such recipe , minimum oil and spices are used. So one can say its more tasty and healthy then spices loaded vegetables. Traditional People make almost all the vegetable with different combination in this way. We at home also make so many... Continue Reading →


Sabudana Vada or sago vada is a very famous Maharashtrian dish. Me sure all love these crunchy vadas which simply melt in the mouth… One will always crave for more 🙂 🙂 .Sabudana vada is great snack with ketchup or chutney. You can have this on fasting days or vrat days or on Navratri days... Continue Reading →


Nan khatai , is a almost everyone's favourite. There are many recipes which are of Maida or Besan or Sooji. I made from Wheat Flour. So HEALTH BHI TASTE BHI 🙂 🙂  Since childhood i am crazy for nankhatai. At my hometown i remember a bakery shop,  whose nankhatai were very famous at that time. Whenever... Continue Reading →


Generally Tuxedo cake made with chocolate cake and white whipping cream. so i thought why not to try with some new combinations 🙂 🙂 Here, First let me tell you What is Tuxedo Cake..A tuxedo cake is a layered cake frosted with whipped cream frosting and adorned with a dark chocolate glaze.     Here, i... Continue Reading →


Medu vada is a traditional favourite of south india that features not just in everyday cuisine but is also an indispensable part of the menu on festivals and puja .Medu Vadas can be served as a main course, side dish, or snack.I generally serve with Coconut chutney, Sambhar and  Pongal. This vada don't need fermentation , after... Continue Reading →


This is a traditional south-indian rice dish that is offered to god at temples and even during several puja/festival days. It is a mainstream breakfast option and a part of everyday fare in south india. INGREDIENTS:  1 cup Raw Rice 1/4 cup Moong Dal 4-5 tbsp ghee 1 tsp black peppercorns 1 1/2 tsp cumin... Continue Reading →


This is an attractive version of Dry Samosa..  Looks so cute, isnt it?? 🙂 🙂 Bit Time consuming but very tasty. Ingredients: For the crust: 2 cup All purpose flour (Maida) 4 tsp Oil 3 tsp Rawa ½ tsp Ajwain Oil for final frying Salt to taste For Stuffing: Split yellow gram (dhuli moong dal) -... Continue Reading →


This Toor Dal Chutney is very popular in Tamilnadu. This chutney should be serve with hot Steamed Rice. Just mix it and enjoy..  Super delicious and tasty chutney can also be served with Hot Paratha or Roti, anyways it tastes awesome. INGREDIENTS 3/4 cup Toor Dal 8-9 Dry Red Chilli 1/2 cup Fresh Coconut 2... Continue Reading →

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