• Chicken Balls, a delicious Tea time Snack


    Boneless, skinless chicken boiled 500 grams

    Potatoes boiled and mashed 2 large

    green chillies finely chopped 2 nos

    Coriander leaves chopped 2 tablespoons

    chilli powder 1/2 teaspoon

    Pepper powder 1/2 teaspoon

    Coriander powder 1 teaspoon

    Garam masala 1 teaspoon

    Lemon juice/ vinegar 1 teaspoon

    Bread crumbs 1/2 cup

    Egg 1 nos

    Corn flour 1 tablespoon

    Salt to taste

    Oil to fry


    Cut the chicken into small pieces and boil the chicken pieces adding salt and pepper and when cooked allow it to cool down.

    Chop the cooked chicken using a mixer grinder or food processor.

    Heat one tablespoon oil in a pan and add the chopped onion, chopped chillies and saute for a few minutes.

    When the onion is sauted add the chilli powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder, saute for a minute.

    Add the chopped chicken, mashed potatoes, coriander leaves salt and mix together.

    Beat the egg in a bowl adding a bit salt.

    In another plate mix bread crumbs, a bit salt, a bit pepper powder, and corn flour together.

    Make small balls out of the chicken potato mix.

    Dip each ball in the beaten egg mix and then roll each of them in the bread crumbs.

    Heat oil in a deep pan and deep fry them till golden brown.

    Serve along with coffee or tea as a snack.

    Sweet sour chilli sauce or tomato sauce may be a good combination.

  • Banana Almond Cake


    Sugar 50 gram

    Baking powder 1/2 teaspoon

    Eggs 2 nos

    Bananas 3 nos

    Sliced almonds 50 gram

    Almond powder 250 gram

    Lemon juice 1 Tablespoon

    Vanilla essence a few drops

    Powder sugar for decoration


    Preheat the oven to 180°C.

    Prepare the baking tray with baking paper.

    Heat a pan, add almonds to it and toast it.

    Take it off the heat and allow to cool.

    When cooled grind it using a mixer grinder.

    Beat eggs and eggs till fluffy.

    Mix baking powder and almond powder well.

    Pee the bananas, cut them into small pieces, add lime juice, press with the back of a spoon or fork to a fine paste.

    Add a few drops of vanilla essence and mix all the ingrediernts together.

    Pour into the prepared baking tray and decorate with the almond flakes and bake for 40-50 minutes or till the top of the cake becomes golden brown.

    Sprinkle powder sugar over it befor serving.

  • Stir fried Chicken with grated Coconut


    Boneless chicken cut into small pieces 500 gram

    Chilli powder 2 teaspoon

    Oil 1 tablespoon

    Curry leaves 1 sprig

    Trumeric powder 1/2 teaspoon

    Small onions sliced 100 gram

    Grated coconut 200 gram/100 gram dessicated coconut.

    Garlic chopped 8 cloves

    Salt to taste

    Mustard seeds 1 teaspoon

    Oil 1 tablespoon


    Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a pan, add the chicken pieces and stir well, add som e salt and one tablespoon water and cook on medium flame with closed lids till the chicken pieces become tender. 

     Don`t forget to stir the ingredients occasionally to prevent the chicken pieces stick to the bottom of the pan and burn.

    When the chicken pieces are cooked  remove the lid and add chilli powder, turmeric powder and curry leaves and cook stirring now and then till all the water is absorbed.

    Take off from the heat and keep aside to cool.

    Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and allow to pop.

    Add the chopped shallots and garlic and fry till the become golden colour.

    Add the cooked chicken pieces and mix well.

    Add the grated coconut and mix well.

    Cook for another 5 minutes stirring well till the coconut is cooked and the thoran curry becomes dry.

    Serve as a side dish to rice or potato preparations.  Also goes good with poori, chapathi and other sorts of breads.

  • Mysore Masala Dosa

    Mysore Masala Dosa
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    When we think about dosa or masala dosa, they are special to south India and are prepared with rice and urid dal as their main ingredients. there are many varieties of masala dosa, of which mysore masala dosa is one of the tastiest. here is the recipe of mysore masala dosa and detailed explanation of how to prepare it. As you all know, a masala dosa is the combination of two preparations, masala and dosa, and is usually served along with sambar and chutney. Sometimes an urad dal vada is also served along as a side dish. And a cup of your favourite coffee or tea?

    Ingredients for chutney

    Grated coconut 1/2 cup

    Peanuts 1 tablespoon

    Coriander powder 1 teaspoon

    Ginger chopped 1/2 teaspoon

    Garlic 4-5 cloves

    Curry leaves 1 sprig

    Mild chilli powder 1 teaspoon

    Salt to taste

    Asafoetida powder 1 pinch

    Oil 1 tablespoon


    Heat oil in a pan, and fry all the ingredients on low – medium flame till golden brown.

    Remove from heat, allow to cool and grind in a mixer grinder to a fine paste adding salt and enough water.

    Ingredients for potato masala.

    Potatoes, half a kilo.

    Oil. Two tablespoons.

    Mustard seeds. One teaspoon.

    Peanuts one tablespoon

    Curry leaves – a few

    Onion sliced, four numbers.

    Green chilies, split. 5 nos

    Chili powder. Half teaspoon.

    Ginger finely chopped 1 teaspoon. Asafoetida powder a pinch

    Thurmem powder.

    Lemon juice, 1 tablespoon.

    Salt to taste.

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  • Kiwi Bread spread without Sugar


    Kiwi 500 gram

    Pears 500 gram

    Vanilla beans 1 nos

    Lemon juice 2 tablespoon

    Honey 5 tablespoons

    Salt a pinch


    Remove the skin from the kiwi fruits and cut them inot small pieces.

    Wash peel and cut the pears into small pieces.

    Carefully remove the seeds.

    Split the vanilla beans and scrap out the pulp.

    Extract the lemon juice.

    Grind all the ingredients together using a mixer grinder and serve cool.

  • Orange Cupcake

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    Paper cups for cup cakes 12 nos

    Wheat flour 250 gram

    Baking powder 1 teaspoon

    Butter 250 gram

    Sugar 250 gram

    Vanilla essence a few drops

    Orange 1 nos

    Eggs 4 nos

    Salt to taste


    Mix the wheat flour and baking powder and keep aside.  (You can achieve good mixing by sieving both flour and baking powder together in a sieve 2 to 3 times.)

    Beat butter, sugar and salt to a fine paste.

    Add vanilla essence, and finely minced orange skin and mix well.

    Add 2 tablespoon orange juice, eggs and flour to the bowl and mix well.

    Fill the paper cups with the cake batter/paste and bake at 180°C preheated oven for about 20-30 minutes.

    Check whether the cake is cooked inserting a wooden skew or the handle of a spoon in the middle of the cake.

    Decorate with icing if you like.

  • Coffee Banana Smoothie


    Banana 1 nos

    Cocoa powder 1 tablespoon

    Honey 1 Tablespoon

    Coffee 1 glass

    Milk 100 ml


    Make coffee adding 1 glass water and any of the instant coffee powders of your likening such as brooke bond or the like.

    Place the coffee in the freezer for one to two hours.  Use a plastic  glass or container for the freezer.  Glass containers may break in the freezer as the coffee turns ice.

    Now add all the ingredients to a mixer grinder and mix them to a fine smoothie.

    Serve cold.

  • Mutton Stew

    Mutton Stew

    Mutton (cut into pieces) 500 gram

    Onion Sliced 2 nos

    Ginger minced 2 tablespoons

    Green chillies chopped 5 nos

    Oil 50 ml

    Coconut milk 250 ml

    Salt to taste

    Potato cut into pieces 2 nos

    Curry leaves 2 sprigs

    Cinnamon 2 inch piece

    Cloves 5 nos

    Nutmeg Mace 1 nos

    Pepper 1 teaspoon

    Star anise 1 nos

    Cardamon 4 pods

    Crush all together to a fine powder.


    Mix mutton, salt, masala and potato.

    Add some water and cook in a pressure cooker.

    Heat oil in a pan, saute ginger, green chilli, curry leaves and onions.

    Add the cooked mutton to it, mix well, cook for five minutes.

    Add coconut milk, bring to a boil and take off from heat.

    Serve with appam, sliced bread etc.

  • Zucchini Yogurt Curry

    Zucchini Yogurt Curry


    Zucchini  Peeled and sliced into 2 inch pieces 500 gram

    Yogurt 500 ml

    Onion chopped 1 nos

    Green chillies sliced 4 nos

    Ginger chopped 1 tablespoons

    Turmeric powder 1 teaspoon

    Chilli powder 1/2 teaspoon

    Oil 2 tablespoons

    Mustard seeds 1/2 teaspoon

    Salt 3/4 teaspoon


    Peel and cut the zucchinis into 2 inch long pieces and slice each into small pieces.

    Slit the green chillies lengthwise

    Peel and slice the onion

    Heat oil in a pan add the mustard seeds and allow them to splutter.

    Add the chopped ginger and sliced onions and saute till golden brown

    Add the salt, chilli powder and turmeric powder and mix well.

    Add the zucchini slices, mix well together and cook tender adding 2 tablespoons of water.

    When cooked add the yogurt, mix well together and remove from heat.

    Important : After adding yogurt don`t allow the curry to boil. Otherwise it will lose its texture and taste.

  • Pan Fried Brussels Sprouts

    Pan Fried Brussels Sprouts


    Brussels Sprouts 500 grams

    Honey 1 tablespoon

    Lemon juice 1 tablespoon

    Sesam 1 tablespoons

    Vegetable Bullion powder 2 teaspoon

    Brussels Sprout fried


    Wash and dry the brussels sprouts thoroughly and cut them each into halves.

    Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.

    Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a thick bottomed pan and add the mixed brussels sprouts to the pan.

    Stir the ingredients in the pan and mix with the oil.

    Add 4 tablespoons of water, mix well and cook on medium heat covering the pan with a lid for 5-8 minutes till the sprouts become tender.

    Remove the lid, stirr the brussels sprouts in the pan thoroughly and allow the excess water to evaporate.

    Remove from the heat and serve with suitable side dishes such as a yoghurt chutney or some rice and sweet sour sauce.

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