Showing posts with label South Indian SideDishes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label South Indian SideDishes. Show all posts

Monday, 23 February 2015

Instant Sambar | Quick Sambar | No pressure Cook Sambar



Instant Sambar is an easy, quick and tasty sambar. This can be done without pressure cook the dal. This can be made when we have little dal at a hand. 


While we clear the stock, we have little dal at hand, we can make a pot full of sambar from it. My mom used to do everytime when we want different taste of sambar.

Quite simple and fast recipe when we have surprise guests at home. It will be more helpful for those working ladies came from office tired to cook dal in pressure cooker for sambar. Hope it will be helpful for you all..








Friday, 21 February 2014

Vazhaithandu Poriyal | How to make Banana Stem Stir Fry


Banana stem has fibre its highly used for weight loss. Its also in rich source of potassium and vitamin B6 which helps in production of insulin and haemoglobin. Eating banana stem once in week keeps high blood pressure(B.P.) in control. Banana stem maintains fluid balance within the body. Its a diuretic and helps detoxify the body. 


Monday, 6 May 2013

Murungai Keerai Poriyal | Drumstick Leaves Curry


Murungai Keerai leaves are the most nutritious part of the plant. a significant source of Vitamin B6, A and C. It rich in High calcium and protein than in Cow's milk. Adding murungai keerai leaves weekly once will get rid of malnutrition among children and pregnant ladies.Lot of benefits are there for Drumstick leaves...


Saturday, 4 May 2013

Mulai Keerai Masiyal | Amaranth Green Curry


This is a tasty green consumed extensively in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Recipes made of this green are very tasty as well as healthy. It cools and energises the body. The more mature greens of this family is the ‘thandu keerai’. A very good blood cleanser, this green is also strengthens the heart. It loosens stools and helps treat painful and difficult urination due to increase in body heat. Mulai Keerai is rich in calcium and can be consumed 2 to 3 times a week.