Instant Pot Paruppu Payasam

Instant Pot Paruppu Payasam

Dairy FreeVegetarianOnam, the vibrant festival of Kerala, is incomplete without the indulgence in traditional delicacies. Among the various dishes prepared during this festive season, Paruppu Payasam holds a special place. This delightful lentil and jaggery dessert is a must-have on the Onam Sadhya (feast) menu. 

Instant Pot Dal Rice

Instant Pot Dal Rice

Dairy FreeVegetarianThis quick and flavorful Tamil-style Instant Pot Dal Rice recipe combines toor dal (pigeon peas) and regular cooking rice for a delightful dish. Sauté sliced garlic, green chilies, fresh curry leaves, and chopped onions in oil or ghee. Add the rinsed rice and dal, 

Simple Idli Podi

Simple Idli Podi

VegetarianUrad dal, chana dal, dried red chilli, curry leaves, garlic cloves roasted in a little coconut oil. Ground together with a pinch of Asafoetida and salt for taste. Simple idli podi.. #foodblogfeed #foodphotography #idlipodi #paruppupodi #foodblogger #instagood #mealprep #lentils #parveenskitchen #photooftheday #recipeoftheday #picoftheday #fhareencooks #delicious 

Black eyed peas Curry/ Karamani Kuzhambu

Black eyed peas Curry/ Karamani Kuzhambu

Black eyed peas Curry / Karamani Kuzhambu.. Cowpeas or black eyed peas are a wonderful source nutrients and is so good, delicious in salads or curries. This curry recipe is usually served with rice or idli/dosai. This curry is also one of our favourite curries 

Lunch plate with carrot Dal, vazhakai poriyal

Lunch plate with carrot Dal, vazhakai poriyal

VegetarianLunch plate.. all the items in the wholly vegan dishes in this plate are so basic and simple to cook food. Just loved plating it all and took the pic. In the frame – 1. Rice2. Carrot Dal3. Raw banana / vazhakai poriyal4. Rice papad5. 

Ven Pongal || Kaara Pongal  || Savory rice lentils

Ven Pongal || Kaara Pongal || Savory rice lentils

VegetarianVEN PONGAL or KAARA PONGAL.A savory lentils and rice dish made for breakfast in general is a very famous and favorite dish of Tamil Nadu.Growing up I wasn’t so fond of the dish.. you know it had whole peppercorns, bits of ginger!! I used to