Iru Puli Kuzhambu

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This is called as Iru Puli Kuzhambu as there is use of tamarind as well as slightly sour curd to bring about the tanginess in the gravy . Iru means "2" in tamil and Puli means " Tanginess"

Iru Puli kuzhambu / Iru Puli Kulambu, this name always fascinated me , but I was not sure of how this is made as whomever I asked said they have heard but have not tried . This recipe seems to be famous in the Thirunelveli - Kanyakumari belt of Tamil Nadu in India.

One fine day, when casually talking to a neighbor in my building she told me that she has prepared this Kuzhambu for lunch and then it immediately struck to me to ask her for the recipe and I made it immediately.
There are various recipes followed for the same depending on the individual family taste as well as the family recipe, I am penning down the recipe as told to me by my friend as everyone in our family have developed a liking to this gravy .

Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking time : 20-30 mins
Complexity : Medium
Serves : 3-4



Golli Bajje | Mangalore Bonda

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Golli Bajje ,Mangalore Bonda,Mangalore bajji are the various names for this yummy deep fried snack which is a famous Street food from the Mangalore Region / Tulu Naad region of Karnataka in India.
It is a snack made using All purpose flour and sour curd and few mild spices . I first tasted this dish at MTR's oulet MTR 1924 in one of the malls in Bangalore. Ever since I ate this I wanted to make it at home and it just kept on getting postponed due to one reason or the other. The recent summer showers in Bangalore triggered the spark in me and I immediately made these crispy yet soft from inside golden beauties for an evening snack.
I am presenting the No Onion No Garlic version but those of you who like ,may add some chopped onions to the batter along with the other ingredients.

Preparation time : 2-3 hrs
Cooking Time : 20 mins
Serves : 3-4
Complexity : Medium



Sabudana Sevayyan Kheer | Sago Vermicelli Pudding

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Any celebration is incomplete without a sweet treat.. what best way to celebrate the good news of my blog being selected under the top 200 Indian Food blogs by Feedspot . I thank Mr Anuj Agarwal and his team for this wonderful appreciation and listing of my blog in this space.
I know , I am little late in making this post as I was on a short break and could not immediately share this news with all of you .
Without further ado,let me get to the recipe of this yummy sweet which is indeed a treat to the taste buds . Most people get scared to make Kheer / payasam using Sago because it tends to get gooey and soggy or at times just melts in the kheer. I have given some fail proof and fool proof tips which will help in getting the perfect Sago kheer.

Preparation time : 30 mins
Cooking time : 15 mins
Complexity : medium
Serves : 3-4