Yes! As we know, it was quiet a long break. I was a little distracted by many other things that totally demanded my attention for the past two months. Oh!! Two months.. That was quiet long, isn’t it?! ? Never mind. Let us make it up. ? But so many of you had questions about my existence as soon… Read more →
Category: Spicy snacks
Fresh Anchovies Special Fry!
I am now enjoying my yearly vacation in India. Kitchen is out of my ‘ to-do’ list nowadays. No entry to the kitchen except for those unstoppable temptations to experiment something new in the kitchen with locally available (rare to find in SG) goodies. Totally engaged and happily busy, I do not even check for updates in facebook or any… Read more →
Ooey Gooey Cheesey Eggs!
Our little Jebu is commonly known as the ‘carbon copy’ of her father. And she is. I feel that it is true especially when she is the the crankiest of all times. Yes, then I would say she is exactly like her father. ? I have heard my hubby was a small sized baby when he was born but the… Read more →
This is an easy evening snack. My brother loves them. But I do not have much interest in such deep fried snacks. My amma makes them so crisp and flavorful. Last week when she said that she made some for tea, I heard a little noise inside my ears yelling at me to try making some for the next… Read more →
Easy Kappa Upperi!
The first time I ever tasted this dish was when I went to my in laws house after our marriage. Until then, I have had kappa koottan with coconut paste and also other varients which are commonly prepared in Trivandrum and Cochin. My amma either makes the tastier trivandrum style kappa koottan or makes kappa chenda with grated coconut for… Read more →
Quail Egg Bhajis With Easy Bhaji Chutney!
Quail eggs have a permanent place in our pantry which is always refilled as soon as the stock is over. They are said to have more advantages over normal chicken eggs. Hard boiling them is so easy and popping them into the mouth with little salt and pepper is a fun thing to do. Here, Jebu eats chicken eggs and… Read more →
Dried Anchovies Fry / Unakka Netholi varuthath!
Childhood was so yummilicious! Oops! What did I say right now! ? I was thinking about those good old days when my ammoomma would buy fresh fish from the market and preferably the ones her grand kids love to eat. She has a chart set in her mind about which grand child likes which fish. And she will be sending… Read more →
Flavourful Samosa !
During our childhood, waiting for amma to come back from office was really fun. The moment we hear the sound of amma’s scooter at the starting of our lane, we would be flying to the gate to welcome her in. My brother would climb on the gate and I would swing it open and amma drives the scooter in to… Read more →
Easy Ulli Vada / Onion pakoras!
Some times, in the evening around 4 o’ clock when I go to the kitchen to make tea, I sense wonderful aroma of fried snacks coming in through my kitchen window. Undoubtedly, it is from the kitchen of the apartment downstairs. Because, when they cook something great,the aroma flows into my kitchen with the wind. I assume, there is a… Read more →
Chilli Bhaji with a Sweet and Tangy Dip (Mulaku Bajji)
I love rainy days.. They have always been my weakness since childhood. When we used to get summer vacations during the hottest months of April and May, I used to hate it. Because, once the rain begins in june, we will be at school again. Neither I can sit and enjoy the rain, nor can munch the spicy snacks… Read more →