Arisi Paruppu Payasam is a traditional Naivedhyam Payasam made on festive occasions. Its a creamy Rice Dal Payasam ( Kheer) that can be made easily with my full proof recipe. This traditional SouthIndian recipe is first on card for year 2017 and lets begin this Super Exciting Year on a Sweet Note.
Potato is such a versatile vegetable that literally it can be incorporated in any cuisine… They blend soo well in combination with other vegetables, that it should be known as the king of Vegetables , not Aubergine.. A king should be versatile , kind , well versed , accommodating and what not.. And Potato it is,will be universally elected if ever a poll is being conducted !!
Yet another family classic today at Sandhya’s Kitchen. And why not ??? I am also learning whilst I create the recipe or learn it back home.
Molagootal is a Palakad Brahmin Recipe that is lightly spiced with mixed vegetables,lentils and coconut.
Its absolutely healthy and delicious on its own.There are soo many
variations to it . It can be made with Spinach & red pumpkin too. This is one type of curry that can be enjoyed with a lot of sides..
Today, again I am writing this post for my own record. Writing down the recipes that comes from the family. Amma made Dosa Molagapodi aka Milagai podi when she visited me and I made sure I write it down in bits and bobs for my book. Then just like other classics – Rasam & Sambar , I am adding this recipe to the catalogue of homemade powders.
This recorded recipe is bound to come handy someday !!
I never make any of these podi’s as its taken for granted that they come from home 🙂 Amma, Patty or my Chithi make them for me… So every year , I get a stock of fresh podi’s make by the expertised hands….