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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...

Rulava Idli

Rulava idli is a idli prepared with Bombay Rawa.This is a popular G.S.B dish prepared during fasting.This idli is very soft and goes well with chutney. My Amma steams the Bombay rawa in the steamer instead of roasting it so does my F.b friend Vinatha Padma Shenoy who says idlis turn soft due to this method.You may follow any method. I ... Read More »


This drink is often distributed in the temples during  festive occasions.In Mangalore,it is distributed during car festival on “Okkolu”(Holi) day.The Paanak distribution on that day was started my Mamama’s Father,that is my maternal Great Grandfather and is still continued to this day….We also get the ready to use sypup in some of the shops here and is a very popular ... Read More »


This sweet is prepared on certain auspicious occasions like Krishna Janmashtami,Gowri pooja and Ganesh Chaturthi etc by offering to the God and distributed as ‘Prasad’.We prepare it in large quantity and distribute to all our near and dear ones.I learnt to prepare this from my Amma.I prepare this without measuring,below here is the recipe with approximate measure.Adjust the jaggery mixture ... Read More »

Kerala style vegetable biryani

Biryani always stand No 1 position in my favourite list and this biryani is No1 without any doubt..Santoshi had prepared this few days back and I had liked it very much, so I decided to prepare this today..My sister suggested me  to steam it in the plantain leaf for a single serving or the full quantity and I followed her ... Read More »

Modak,Ganesh Chaturthi special

Modak is Lord Ganesha’s favourite sweet and coming Monday,9th of September is Ganesh Chaturthi,so  I decided to prepare ‘Gannus’ favourite sweet Modak.Modak is a sweet dumpling where coconut jaggery mixture is used as a stuffing often.It can be either steamed or deep fried.This is very  popular among the Maharastrians.There are different methods to prepare this sweet.Last year we had ground ... Read More »

Cheese Masala Pav,A popular street food of Mumbai

I’m visiting this zone after a long gap.Most of us love chaats,do you?Well, I tasted this recipe for the first time recently when Santoshi prepared it for the evening snacks.She adapted this recipe from Aparna Bhats blog who partly followed Tarla Dalal’s recipe and I followed it too.You may also check A cook at heart blog also. This is a ... Read More »

Hinga chutney,Asafoetida flavored coconut chutney

This is a asafoetida flavored coconut chutney and is served with idli or dosa. The aroma and flavour of hing is simply catchy.One need to prepare this in large quantity while preparing mudo or idli as it is dipped, mashed and mixed well in the chutney and relished.I learnt this recipe from my Amma and is one of my favourite chutney. Ingredients:Coconut-1 1/2 cups,gratedTamarind-pinchTo ... Read More »

Punjabi chicken

Ever since the hike in onion price,preparation of North Indian dishes have been automatically reduced to a great extent.But this  recipe was so tempting, I had to prepare it to crave our urge.The recipe  was very simple and the result was simply tasty.I adapted this recipe from my friend Preethi Mukesh Rao who is one of the awesome cook.She comes ... Read More »

Benne murrukku

On Mosurukudike day I was in a mood to prepare Murrukku’s.I tried 2 different versions on the same day.One recipe which I posted  yesterday and this is the second one which I tried from my Fb friend Nandini kini’s recipe.Both came out equally good.The colour of this murrukku was slightly darker since chilly powder was added.It came out crunchy and ... Read More »