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Gobi Manchurian-An Indo-Chinese Fare

  At Amma’s South Indian Restaurant, one of the dishes offered is an Indo-Chinese dish where crispy cauliflower florets are tossed in a spicy, sweet and tangy Manchurian sauce.  Yes, it is Gobi Manchurian that goes well with rice or noodles or can also be served alone as an appetizer. It is purely a Vegan […]

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  Every state in India has their own version of payasam or dessert, which varies based on spices, type of milk, cooking method, the core ingredient like adai, vermicelli, lentils, fruits, and so on. Adai pradhaman is a popular Kerala payasam or kheer. Be it festivals like Onam, Vishu or celebrations like marriages and birthdays, […]

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Mouth-Watering Delicacy-Mutton Chukka

  Among South Indian dishes, Chettinad delicacies are said to be the spiciest. Mutton Chukka is one such delicacy from the Chettinad region that has always won the hearts of many because of its very rich and authentic flavor. It is a dry curry prepared with tender goat meat coated with an array of spices. […]

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Eating Malabar Fish Curry is a Marvelous Way to Restrict Calorie

The South Indian coastline offers a lot more than serene road trips and beach parties; it is an experience to a way of life with the sea and seafood. One dish, which is rather famous along the southern coastline, is the Malabar Fish Curry from God’s very own country – Kerala. This delicious, creamy fish […]

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Meen Kuzhambu by all means makes a Marvelous Dish

  Keeping up with the varieties of Kuzhambu from India, Meen Kuzhambu reigns as arguably one of the delicious varieties of curry among the fishermen community of the country. To begin with, Tamilnadu style fish gravy or meen kuzhambu is something very simple in its making. It is a  comforting South Indian food with clean […]

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  A dish, with eggplant being its key ingredient, that definitely debunks one’s perception of taste of the said vegetable is undoubtedly Ennai Kathirikai Kuzhambu. Predominantly, in the preparation of sambar / kuzhambu varieties, brinjals/eggplants are chopped into cubes and tossed into tamarind juice but Ennai Kathirikai Kuzhambu, or Oiled Eggplant Curry, is named such […]

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Raise a Toast with Rasmalai

  Rasmalai is a milk based dessert from India that comes in white, and yellow with saffron. Rasmalai is a combination of two words “Ras” meaning juice and “Malai” meaning cream. Some of the alternative names given to this sweet in Bengali language could be ‘Rossomalai’ or ‘Roshmolai’. One of the most popular desserts in […]

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A walk on any of the streets in Madurai will make it evident that this land thrives on its rich and diverse cultural history. The kitchens’ air fills the streets with aromas of delicious local platters prepared with the same culinary style and technique that has been practiced for many generations together. Local to the […]

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  The month of Chaitra marks the New Year or first month of Hindu calendar. It usually falls between the months of March and April. The day is celebrated by different names across India — people in Maharashtra celebrate it as Gudi Padwa, while Kashmiri Hindus observe it as Navreh. In Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, […]

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All About Appams Around the World

  Undoubtedly, breakfasts are the most important and exciting part of the day. A good and healthy breakfast marks not only the breaking of overnight fast in the morning but also the start of a new day, renewed with hope and aspirations to take on the world and the challenges ahead. However, relishing a good […]

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