In the last post, I shared with you one of my fav snacks during childhood. I mentioned two snacks in that post, Banana Ghee Roast and Meat Puffs. I thought I’ll share another homemade evening snack recipe. During school days, the concept of “evening snack” or “nalumani palaharam” was something major. I still remember, by […]
Health is wealth, which is why we want you healthy...
If you have a look at the list of recipes under this category, you will understand that my definition of healthy food is slightly different from the typical “healthy food” recipes. When you search for healthy recipes online, most of the time, it calls for unheard and expensive ingredients. That doesn't work for me.
This list has many recipes for you to choose from. It can be a side dish or a main dish or a drink. It can be Indian or non Indian recipe. Also, you may not consider some recipes as healthy, if you look at the title, but I’ve given tips in the notes section on how to make a healthier version of it. I don't like compromising on taste just to make it healthy. What’s your take on it?
Do you’ve this habit of munching something sweet after lunch or dinner? If you know what I’m talking about it, you’ll know it’s almost like an addiction, right? You feel like you need to have something sweet otherwise it feels incomplete. Well, it’s not a good feeling and it’s not a good habit, but somethings […]
J: Why don’t you make something exciting? M: Define exciting J: hhmm why don’t you make something nice? M: Is that your definition for “exciting” and also what do you mean “make something nice”, do you mean that what I make is not nice? J: See, that’s your problem, when I say something, you add […]
This recipe is a childhood favorite. If my memory is correct, the last time I had this was at my Ammachi’s (maternal grandmother) place. I was 10 years old at that time! You may remember Mary Chedathy, my Ammachi’s cook and our nanny all rolled into one? She was one of my favourite persons of […]