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Beetroom Rasam

This recipe of Beetroom rasam was passed to me by my twin sister Durga Nayak . I was so tempted to try the recipe when she shared me the picture that I tried it to the earliest . It tasted equally good . It was worth the try. Best part is I also liked the colour of the rasam. Beetroot ... Read More »

Chicken kadipatha masala

Hello dear readers ! I am back after a short break . Today I’m going to share the recipe of a non vegetarian dish ‘chicken kadipatha masala’ . The recipe was passed to me by my sister Shantha Nayak which she had come across a video in the net . And I made this on her popular demand .I love ... Read More »

Godu Appo

Today is the first day of the Shravan month and is an auspicious month for Hindus. G.S.B  ladies perform Puja on Friday and Sunday by making a special type of tiny flower bouquet and offer it to the lord and exchange it with the married ladies. Coming back to the dish I prepared this Appo sometime back for my Saibaba rwath. ... Read More »

Mango Sheera

King of fruits  ‘Mango’ season has almost come to an end and today I am sharing an interesting recipe called Mango Sheera. The recipe was shared by my friend Jyothi Nayak Kamath . This recipe was shared to her by her friend and she was generous enough to share the it amongst us . Feels good to be back home ... Read More »

Thai Papaya Salad / Som Tom Salad

Thai papaya salad is prepared with raw papaya and is also called as Som Tom  or Som Tam Salad . The recipe was shared by my good friend Suphala Shenoy and was tried by most of our friends .I personally loved this salad .The crushed peanuts and the dressing gives an extra punch to the dish . The preparation is ... Read More »

Vali Pathrado

I tried this pathrado recently and it became a superhit at our place . I have mentioned random measurement below as we prepared with the eye measurement . Vali is Indian spinach or ‘Basale’ as in Kannada . You may have this pathrado either steamed or fried. Both tastes equally good. You may also tawa roast the pathrado. I have added ... Read More »

Tomato gojju , recipe #3

Hello dear readers ! Its been a long time since I blogged  and was missing blogging very badly. Today I will share an easy peasy recipe of tomato gojju. This gojju tastes very good and compliments well with chapathi. This is my aunt Pushpakka’s recipe and a keeper. I have prepared this gojju numerous time on popular demand . Stay ... Read More »

Chocolate fruit cake

This is one post which got delayed tremendously as I had to share inter recipes like soaking of the fruits and the procedure of caramel syrup. I followed the  recipe exactly from the baking group ‘fondbites bake along’ and this is bakealong recipe #55. I also followed the same measurement as per the recipe as I had baked during Christmas time and ... Read More »

Eggless butterscotch cake

Butterscotch is one of our favourite flavour in the cake and an eggless bake makes it complete. I had tried this recipe sometime back .The cake tasted very good with the crunch of butterscotch chips and was soft in texture though a little bit sticky due to butterscotch chips I guess. Nevertheless I could slice it beautifully. For conversion of ... Read More »

Banoffee pie

I had come across this dish many a times in the cooking shows and had also tasted this long back. Recently my friend Shree posted this dish in our school group and it looked so drooling I had to give it a try . She was generous enough to share the recipe with us and I gave it a try ... Read More »