Methi mutton kheema (Fenugreek leaves cooked with minced mutton )

As I said before fenugreek leaves have a tendency to add flavour to any dish and it is very nutritious. All the more reason to incorporate it into your everyday cooking . Mutton kheema is a family favourite , and adding methi to it enhanced the taste and everyone loved the new addition . Looks…

Kovakkai poriyal (ivy gourd stir fry)

Kovakkai or Ivy gourd also called Tindora is a nutritious vegetable . It’s known to be a natural source of Thiamine and helps to control blood sugar . There are umpteen nutritional benefits to this humble, oft ignored vegetable . Kovakkai can be prepared in different ways , in stir fries, curries or with other…

Murungai Keerai Kootu ( Drumstick leaves cooked with Dhal)

Murungai keerai kootu is a very delicious and an easy make dish . The difficult part is cleaning the leaves , even the small stalks are known to cause stomach discomfort . I usually get a few bunches during the weekend and clean the leaves and bag it and place it in the deep recesses…

Paneer Methi Gobiii

Cottage cheese cooked with cauliflower and fenugreek leaves A dish full on flavour and nutrition , Paneer Methi Gobi is a simple recipe . You can have it as a side dish with rice or with Rotis . You add some cashew paste and it will transform into an exquisite dish for an elaborate dinner…

Karuveppilai Thokku(Curry leaf Preserve)

Karuvepillai or Curry leaves is the most important ingredient/herb used in South Indian cooking .I just can’t imagine any South Indian dish be it non -vegetarian or vegetarian without curry leaves . It is also considered medicinal with umpteen health benefits . It is also a plant that grows easily in your kitchen garden ….