Eggless Tutti Frutti Muffins

I have to begin this post with an apology. I had promised to post 3 bread recipes with the ingredient of all purpose flour. But the daughter and husband were totally against it and jointly insisted on a sweet dish instead. I tried my best but they are quite the team, I tell you. So we have these soft and easy eggless muffins that can … Continue reading Eggless Tutti Frutti Muffins

Sesame Seeds Dosa

Yellu Dosai | Sesame Seeds Dosa

This simple, tasty and easy dosai is a special one for me. It is my mother’s favorite dish and probably the only one she made for herself exclusively. I remember there were days when my brother and I would want to order in and dad was having dinner out or the rare days when mom simply gave up on us and decided she has had … Continue reading Yellu Dosai | Sesame Seeds Dosa

Thousali | Konkani Cucumber Dosa

It is kind of hard to believe how quickly this month has passed and we are in the final week already. By the end of the week we will be done with another awesome mega marathon of blogging 26 days of a month. Every time I decide to participate in a mega marathon of this kind I am excited and apprehensive in equal parts. I … Continue reading Thousali | Konkani Cucumber Dosa

Sanna Polo | Konkani style Cabbage Dosa

This is one of my favorite dishes for this month. This is a quick breakfast dish from the Konkani cuisine. Though it is a part of Maharashtra, Konkani cuisine has its own distinct flavours and style making it unique in itself. This is another cuisine, like Karnataka, which has many dosa style dishes, each tastier than the last. This dosa is a simple rice and … Continue reading Sanna Polo | Konkani style Cabbage Dosa

Rulavachi Bhakri | Mangalore style Rava Dosai

I cannot believe how fast this month is passing by. When I began this mega marathon, I only had a rough draft of a list of dishes I wanted to make. I figured that dosais are easy and can be made on a day to day basis. I did not realise that so many of them were the soak and ferment kind but I managed. … Continue reading Rulavachi Bhakri | Mangalore style Rava Dosai

Oodhalu Dose | Barnyard Millet Dosa

The best things about dose from Karnataka are its names. They actually have ingredients like eerulli (onion) and oodhalu (barnyard millet) only to help people like me doing an A-Z marathon. I lucked out or what! I have made millet dosais and idlis previously but I always added some rice along with it. But this recipe calls for only the millet and lentils with a … Continue reading Oodhalu Dose | Barnyard Millet Dosa

Nei Dosai | Ghee Roast Dosa

Thanks to my family and my maid, I have had to make multiple dosais in the same batter because they are kind of tired of it and we have just passed the halfway mark in this mega marathon. So I am having to think on my feet and try and club 2-3 dosais with the same batter to give them a break from dosais. So … Continue reading Nei Dosai | Ghee Roast Dosa

Lauki Chilla | Bottle Gourd Pancakes

The Chilla is a very popular breakfast dish primarily because it is so quick and easy to make and makes for a hearty meal. When I was looking for pancake like dishes for L, I did not have many options. The chilla was on my mind ever since I began this marathon because if there isn’t one in a marathon about pancakes / dosais, it … Continue reading Lauki Chilla | Bottle Gourd Pancakes

Creamy Carrot Sandwich

I don’t know about you but in my house, the carrot gets a bit of a step-motherly treatment. I take it for granted, don’t give it too much of importance, use it as a filler in combination with other vegetables and its presence solely dependent on the quantity needed and┬ánever stopping to consider its feelings. Basically, it always plays a supporting role and never gets … Continue reading Creamy Carrot Sandwich