I have actually had a little sit with my good old laptop for editing and writing after nearly two months.Phew ! A batalion of drafts was lined up to keep my blog up from December until now. There is soo much to share, soo much write , so much to ramble and more but there was hardly any zeal left with within me to pick my camera and do the pictures. A fantastic and an extremely buzy India trip, much more than I imagined !! A collection of props and fabrics – from here & there and I am all excited to share it with all..
One more Chutney Recipe that goes into my collection of recipes! A very close Friend of mine, Vidya who lives in Chennai is the master of her recipes.A long story , cut short – We are more than Friends !!! She knows her recipes in and out and her proportions very well. This recipe comes from her culinary corner and it came to my rescue one of the evenings when I wanted to make some different from my regular chutneys. During our regular conversation, I was asking her about the sides for dosa’s and idly’s .In a couple of hours, I see a mail with recipes of chutneys in pointers and i totally appreciate the pointers and the proportions to make them 🙂 Mwaah !! Thank you honey!
Chutney’s are such a fab accompaniment. It jazz’s up the food in minutes.. A total highlight along with papad’s or popadam’s served as starters.. or along with a curry .. Its a misconception that a chutney is a spicy side accompaniment. Instead I call chutney as a companion to any bland dish because its flavour packed in that tiny little bowl served.
Any South Indian home must be having Dosa’s – the lentil pancake and Idly’s – the lentil doughnuts for breakfast .They are served with an ala carte of chutneys if you have guests .. lol . I mean it.. When you are by yourself at home, we mostly serve with
one chutney two chutney’s at the max and along with dosa milagaipodi as its always readily available in the pantry. If not chutney’s , a seasoned potato masala is made and its wholesome !!
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..