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  • Toor Dal Dosa Recipe
    Gayathri Ramanan
    Cook time 30 mins

    This is my mom's recipes.Toor dal dosa is a simple and delicious dish. Toor dal dosa recipe is a part of South Indian diet and it is popular all over the India. South Indian cuisine includes the cuisines of the five southern states Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. Toor dal dosa is good for breakfast and also for the evening snack. The best part of toor dosa dosa is this, you can prepare the batter using fermentation method and also without fermentation. Toor dal dosa is a healthy recipe because toor dal contains iron, folic acid, fiber, magnesium, protein and carbohydrates. Toor dal helps to prepare beautiful, thin and crispy dosas. Toor dal dosa recipe is very easy and quick to prepare. You have to soak the rice, toor dal and fenugreek in water for about 4-6 hours. Drain the water and grind them in the blender along with the water until it turns into a smooth batter. Now add salt and mix them well. Now your batter is ready, If you want to make your dosa more crispy then you just leave this batter for 4 hours and then make crispy toor dal dosa. You can add grated carrots and curry leaves to the batter to make it more beautiful. Serve the toor dal dosa with any chutney of your choice.

  • Onion and Tomato Chutney
    BetterButter Editorial
    Cook time 20 mins

    One of the simplest chutneys that can be made from pantry staples

  • Little Millet n Multi Grain Sprouts Paniyaram
    Kalpana V Sareesh
    Cook time 10 mins

    Gluten free and a healthy breakfast recipe which is most commonly sold at road side eateries...served with red chilly chutney in major parts of Southern districts of TamilNadu. These paniyaram (made in non stick appe pan) make a healthy alternative to rice and since these are less in carbs they make the perfect dish for people suffering from Diabetes mellitus. Addition of sprouts makes it more nutritious.

  • Mushroom masala
    Subashini Murali
    Cook time 20 mins

  • Grandma s Garlic Pickle
    Jofy Abraham
    Cook time 25 mins

    This is our family favourite garlic pickle that my mom in law learned from her Grandma's kitchen. A mouth watering pickle with chunks of garlic that aids digestion.

  • Rasam
    Ritu Sharma
    Cook time 40 mins

    A popular South Indian soup which is prepared with vegetables, a tangy taste from tamarind and complimented with a various number of spiced. This hearty dish is also enjoyed with rice.

  • Benne Chakli or Murukku
    Nandita Shyam
    Cook time 30 mins

    Chakli or murukku is a traditional snack that is prepared during any auspicious occasion. Be it marriage, or baby shower or festivities like diwali or Ganesh chaturti, you are sure to have chaklis on the menu. So you see, this savory, crunchy snack is a part of every auspicious menu.

  • Whole Brinjal Fry no onion no garlic
    Priya Suresh
    Cook time 20 mins

    If you have tiny brinjals, this fry will definitely makes an excellent side dish to serve along with roti, rice and dal. A prefect dish to make if you are in hurry, you can pack this fry very well in a lunch box.

  • Cauliflower 65 Gobi 65
    Sindhu Sriram
    Cook time 10 mins

    Chennai's very own & favourite road side pakoda. Crunchy, spicy and tangy!!! bet no one can eat just one.

  • Spinach Uttapam with Mint chutney
    Mehak Joshi
    Cook time 10 mins

    Three words only for this dish, healthy, healthy and healthy! My niece hates green vegetables but she loved these and has promised to make them for her lunch every day.