Aloo Rotis , sangi’s style .

Aloo rotis,like the name suggests and like we all know are Rotis made with aloo/potato filling . But like i promised,this is very easy to make but with the same yummy taste. So no tedious filling up the dough and rolling it . It’s just a mix in ,all easy recipe.My friend in college used…

Thakaali Thokku ( Spicy Tomato Preserve )

Thakkali thokku is a part of my childhood memory . My Nanamma used to make this in large batches and she did it so meticulously that it needed no refrigeration. It was a staple in my household and was such a versatile dish . It will go well as a side with Rice,and most Indian…

Verkadalai idly podi (peanut idly podi)

Idlies/Dosai with chutney and sambar are a staple in south India and Idly podi is quintessential to that combination. There can be just chutney or just sambar but there must be idly podi . It just makes the idly/Dosai experience more enjoyable . Every household has its own unique combination for the idly podi and…

Jeera powder

Home made jeera powder is another staple in sangi’s kitchen . No savoury dish coming out of my kitchen can escape the jeera treatment . It is flavourful as well as good for digestion . I add it to plain yogurt for a simple clean breakfast. Ingredients Jeera -1 cup Sea salt -1/2 tsp Method…

Kasoori Methi

Kasoori Methi is a very unique ingredient which adds an oomph to all your dishes .Methi leaves are supposed to be high in iron and vitamins and good for heart and liver health . Good quality Kasoori Methi costs a bomb . We can make it at home a little effort . You can grow…

Kothuprata sangi’s style

This just took 10 mins to make ,Kothuprata made from scratch , well actually Kothuroti will be an apt name . A great way to reinvent a day old rotis . It can be a vegetarian version if you don’t use chicken or mutton . Chappathi, cabbage , onion , tomato , chillies , minced…