Andhra cuisine offers a range of fiery spice powders that are to be cherished. The word 'Nalla' in Telugu means "Black" and today's recipe takes this name from the tint of the powder - Nalla Kaaram Podi anglicized Black Spice Mix or equivalent to Idli Milagai Podi @ Gun powder. Being spicy and tangy this mix plays an important role as a breakfast and lunch accompaniments in Andhra Pradesh. This recipe is a keeper, saviour and jazzes up your meal. Enough said. Off to the recipe.
Balanced Food ( Fun) Equation
Tea + Snacks ⇋ Friends + Chat
Mise en place (all in place) it makes a great food event. Agreed?
Today, I am presenting Bread cutlets. These are quick to make with available basic ingredients in your pantry. The method is simple that even beginners in cooking can attempt.
Got a tea party? Make/ bake/ deep fry/ shallow fry/ pan fry as you prefer and treat your guests. I am sure they will want to visit you again in an empty tummy 😁
I had been to Little India three days back and sourced some Malai Paneer from Moghul Sweet shop at Little India Arcade. I had not exactly decided what to do with the Paneer, but was sure not to prepare the usual Matar Paneer or Paneer Butter Masala. While brainstorming on what to cook I got to see Paneer Ghee Roast on Raji's space and went on to experiment.
Energy bars play a pivotal role whenever there is an instant need of energy supply. These are great sources of proteins and good fats that can be put to use as breakfast bars by early birds to work, as a post work out meal for exercise freaks, as a back from school snack by kids or teens or as a mid morning/ evening snack at office.
The recipe below uses Figs and a mix of nuts as the major ingredients. Figs are a great sources of soluble fibre, minerals and natural sugars. When used in combination with nuts, it adds on to give an anti-oxidant boost making these energy bars into super foods. Read on now.. and proceed to make your own Nature valley bars !! Preparation time and effort are minimal and tag along your kids for help -- in both making and in eating !!
Hello everyone. I am back again after another long break. I was keen on resuming some activity on the blog and ended up making something nice, simple and mess free for the edible gift series. As you can see in the pictures, I have a special affinity for citrus fruits. While Oranges and lemons remain a family favourite, we frequent in making best use when the produces are high - pickles, limeade, lemonade, sorbet and so on. Here are few links that you can check. Given it is Christmas time, one more addition to the gift lot. And, Wishing you all a Happy Festive time and a Delightful New Year to come !!
Happy Deepavali to all of you. May this festival of lights bring all joy and prosperity to you. I am very glad to also share that this is the 7th year since Tuma's Tongue Treats's journey began. I thank my family members, friends, relatives and readers for constantly supporting and encouraging me this far. Thank you once again.
Paneer Butter Masala @ Paneer Makhni - Cottage cheese coated and dunked in a rich tomato onion gravy cooked to perfection with a medley of spices, herbs, nut paste and cream. That more or less defines the recipe.
PBM is one of the most exotic and commonly ordered dishes in any Indian restaurant (globally). It is said to have been invented, by accident, in a restaurant's kitchen in New Delhi in the early 60's and has since then been a mandatory dish in most of the restaurants/ wedding buffet menu/ parties etc (Source Wiki).
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Andhra cuisine offers a range of fiery spice powders that are to be cherished. The word 'Nalla' in Telugu means "Black"...
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