Meen Pathiri or Fish Dumplings – How to make meen pathiri

Meen pathiri is a very tasty snack, again, from Kerala, especially the Malabar region. If you are an avid follower of my blog, you would have noticed that many of my dishes are from the Malabar cuisine. And that is because, I belong to this wonderful land of foods, rich in flavors and tastes. So…

Kashmiri Pulao with Coconut Milk – A tasty treat

Kashmiri Pulao is a very special rice recipe. This traditional dish from Kashmir bursts with flavors and is packed with the goodness of dry fruits and fresh ones too. The original recipe calls for cooking rice in milk. But in this version of mine, the rice is cooked in rich coconut milk and flavored with rose essence. The subtle sweetness…

Paneer Kheema – Minced Paneer in Desi Masala

How to make Paneer Kheema – Minced Paneer in Desi Masala: Paneer Kheema is an interesting dish to try when you have paneer at home. It is a must try dish if you are a spice lover. Soft paneer crumbles well coated with perfectly balanced masala. The true Indian flavors and colors are brough out…

Palak Paneer Paratha

Palak Paneer Paratha is one of the healthiest and tastiest breads that you can ever think of for dinner, or breakfast. Yes, I would say that it is a balanced meal in itself. It has wholewheat flour and amaranth flour that form the source of carbohydrates. The palak (spinach) act as the source of vitamins…

Masala Oats

This is my first try on savory oats. Usually I prepare the sweet porridge and have made payasam too (will post the recipe soon). I was quite unsure of how it would turn out, but then, decided to give it a try. And.. yes, it was a hit. The crunchy veggies in the soft and soggy oats were interesting. And the thought that we were having something absolutely healthy and nutritious added to the joy 🙂 Oats was accompanied with boiled eggs. All four of us enjoyed and were happy. Do you know what Tanu had to say, “ It…