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  • Cotton Dosa

    Cotton Dosa

    I like to try new recipes of dosa’s as it is a staple of  G.S.B’s . Cotton dosa or Kapsa...

  • Butter beans and Bibbe humman

    Butter beans and Bibbe humman

    Humman is a traditional G.S.B curry flavoured with asafoetida/hing. Basically Humman is prepared spi...

  • Ragda Patties

    Ragda Patties

    This is the second recipe of Ragda Patties I’m sharing in the space. Last time I had shared th...

  • Kulitha Koddel /Horsegram gram curry

    Kulitha Koddel /Horsegram gram curry

    Hello dear readers! I’m back after a long break. Today I will share the recipe of Kulitha Kodd...

  • Palak  dosa

    Palak dosa

    This dosa can be prepared with any ‘Masala Dosa’ batter. This is in popular demand at ou...

Tamil style Aappams


Aappams is one of my favourite dosa . And I keep hunting for interesting aappam recipes. This time I found this recipe in my friend Niyas blog. It came out very good and  complimented well with Vegetable stew.Today is my late Papa’s birthday and he used to like Aappam and stew very much . So I thought of sharing this ... Read More »

Horse gram dosa/ Kultha polo


This is a staple breakfast of the G.S.B community. Kulith means horse gram. There are different variations of the recipe. This time I followed my friend Laxmi Shenoy’s recipe . Though I have not tasted any of her dishes yet she is an excellent cook especially sea food. Her Buns and Neer doa(paan polo) recipe is also famous in the ... Read More »

Hot milk sponge cake


I baked this tea cake recently which I had saved the recipe from  a baking forum. At times I randomly save the inviting recipes and then get hesitated to give it a try in case it doesn’t work  for me. But this recipe worked perfect. Everyone at my place liked it. I had shared the recipe with my friend Sandhya ... Read More »

Bread Halwa


Hello dear readers ! Yesterday was ‘Womans Day ‘ and I took some time to make Bread halwa. Yes, you ‘ll heard it right. It is Bread Halwa which is prepared from Bread. I had first seen this recipe in my friend Aparna Kamath’s blog some years back and had decided to try it sometime. Recently I saw many bloggers try ... Read More »

Kori Rotti , recipe no 3


Hello friends ! I’m back after a long hiatus. Today I will share a Mangalorean recipe , the famous  ‘Kori Rotti/ ghasi/ masala’. This is the third recipe of Kori Rotti I’m sharing in the space. I had bookmarked this recipe  sometime back and finally tried it recently. This  is the family recipe of  Sarita Bhat , originally her mother Sudha Kudua’s ... Read More »

Urad and Mooga polo


Some days back when I was asking  Amma the recipe of Urad mooga dali polo my aunt who was present there shared the recipe of urad and  mooga polo. This dosa is equally tasty and healthy. Dosa’s are a staple of G.S.B’s . I never get tired of trying new recipe’s .  I first had planned to combine this recipe ... Read More »

Varai Idli


Varai Idli is prepared in most of the G.S.B household during festivities especially during Ganesh Chaturthi or any other religious days. I first tasted this Idli as kid in my Mamama’s house. Now my aunt has inherited her style of cooking and has preserved some of her traditional recipe’s . I borrowed this recipe from my aunt which is my ... Read More »

Urad mooga dali polo/dosa


This is an authentic recipe of the g.s.b’s  called as urad mooga dali polo . Urad dal is split black gram and mooga dali is split green gram.   We actually pronounce as    ‘ Udidu mooga dali polo’.. Amma prepares this dosa often . There was a time I would run by hearing the name of this dosa but ... Read More »

Eggless fruit Cake


Happy 2017 dear readers ! What better way to start the year with a sweet post. There are so many recipes of fruit cake and I love to try new recipes. A new year is incomplete without bakes. This Christmas / New year I tried the eggless version of fruit cake from Divine taste blog. I love to try Anushruti’s recipes ... Read More »

Vegetable stew


This is a all time recipe at our place . This is a must to be made if I prepare Idiyappam . And why not? it compliments so well with Idiyappam. The recipe was shared to me by sister Shan and an easy peasy one too. Most of the times I love to prepare easy recipes.  This is a popular Kerala ... Read More »