Banana Bread Muffins

The perfect snack or breakfast if you have overripe bananas on hand. This recipe makes 6 muffins without any added sugar. If you prefer your muffins sweeter add upto half a cup of brown sugar to this recipe Ingredients 1.5 cups Mashed overripe bananas 3/4 cup All purpose flour 1 Egg 1/4 cup Vegetable oil … More Banana Bread Muffins

Kerala style Stew

Appam and stew is one of the most beloved breakfast items in Kerala. Made with a medley of mixed vegetables, with meat added to it sometime, this is the perfect dish to go with appam. Ingredients 1 tbsp Coconut oil 3 Green chillies (slit) 1 tbsp Ginger (chopped) 4 Green Cardomom (crushed) 4 Cloves 1 … More Kerala style Stew


A South Indian staple that goes with rice, idli, dosa, uthappam etc. It is one of the main gravies that you would have with rice when sitting down to a sadhya (a banana leaf feast). Quite simple to make, it’s a medley of vegetables with lentils packing a ton of flavor and nutrition. Ingredients 3 … More Sambhar

Filled omelette

Spanish omelettes are delightful. Except that they are made with quite a helping of potatoes, and at our place we are not always ready for that many potatoes. So we land up using mushrooms and available veggies and/or meats to make the omelette. It is the perfect leftovers food. And very similar to a stove-top … More Filled omelette

Coconut chutney

Let’s go back to the basics for a bit. Coconut chutney is almost an everyday affair in a lot of South India homes and feature quite regularly in others. It pairs very well with Idli, dosa, uthappam, paniyaram, vada and few more mains based on your taste inclination. Ingredients For the chutney: 100 gm Grated … More Coconut chutney