Category Archives: Recipe

Down Home Southern Cooking

Originally posted on DC Vegetarian:
By that, of course, I mean south Indian cooking. If you’ve been to an Indian restaurant in the DC area, chances are what you had was north Indian Mughlai cuisine – creamy curries, naan, paratha,…

Posted in Recipe | Leave a comment

Waffles!

Hi there.  It’s Khiyali this time. Usually Amma does the posts, though I did do Kahaani.  But this time I’m doing the post, at least most of it.  Now let’s get to the post. We found a waffle maker that … Continue reading

Posted in By Aravinda, By Khiyali, Recipe | 4 Comments

undrallu

Yes, we made undrallu for Baby Vinayaka. Not very hard to make . Just involved a call to Ammamma and some search of the internet. What we did 2 cups rice ravva 1/3 cup senaga pappu 4 cups water dash … Continue reading

Posted in By Aravinda, Recipe | Leave a comment

Number 8 Birthday Cake

Yes, we made the eggless carrot cake as demonstrated by Hetal and Anuja. Twice, actually – put them together to make the number 8. The second time Khiyali actually did all the measuring and mixing, pouring and putting-in-the-fork. And indeed … Continue reading

Posted in Birthdays!, By Aravinda, Recipe | 3 Comments

Carrot soup

Carrot soup, adapted from a recipe my sister Anupama gave me: Ingredients: 2 T olive oil 1 large white or yellow onion, diced or coarsely chopped 1-2 cloves garlic, cut in halves 1/2-inch piece fresh ginger, sliced 1 bay leaf … Continue reading

Posted in By Aravinda, Recipe | 4 Comments

Chapati Rolly

Looking for a way to make chapatis more fun? Here’s a pretty food that is nutritious and quick.  Just repackage the traditional chapati and roll in some other valuable components as well. Ingredients: 2 chapatis 1 cup పప్పు (दाल) (dal) … Continue reading

Posted in By Aravinda, Recipe | Leave a comment

ఇడ్లి & దోస: Whole Grain Idli & Dosa Recipe

You may be familiar with white idlis – but have you ever tried whole grain idlis? They are easy to make and delicious as well. This batter works for both idli and dosa. Continue reading

Posted in By Aravinda, Recipe | 5 Comments