Category archives for: Recipes

Gujjias

By Neena Badhwar Gujjias are a traditional Indian sweet made on the occasion of Holi and other celebrations and happy occasions. At Holi people serve Gujjias to guests and also gift Gujjias to friends and relatives. I tried the following recipe from the net and it was not bad at all for a first try. […]

Balushahi by Mrs Vimla Singh

                      Mrs Vimla Singh with her famous Balushahi Mrs Vimla Singh has been feeding us Balushahi for the last thirty years in Sydney and they are so popular that we all asked her for recipe as now she is 80 years old unless the recipe […]

Delicious Dosa Breakfast

Bina Jose in Sydney makes excellent dosas which are a common breakfast practice with Keralite Hindus. Like the paranthas in the north this dosa and coconut chutney breakfast is a norm in many Malayali homes. Urad dal substitutes for proteins while rice provide the carbs. Fresh coconuts are in abundance all around the coast and […]

An Interesting breakfast – from Kerala

  Appam – a tasty breakfast served on special occasions like Christmas and Easter is a specialty of Kerala Cuisine. Although the batter for making these soft fluffy pancakes needs to be fermented overnight, there is quick recipe by Chellamma Varikkatt who is visiting her daughter and grandsons in Sydney. Says Chellamma, “You can buy […]

Holidays and Festive Delights

Kachoris By Promila Gupta Here are some recipes for the fast approaching festivals of Christmas, New Year, Lohri and Makar Sakranti for our TIDU readers. With children at home during the school holidays, you would need to come up with some easy dishes to keep them happy. CRISPY SLICES Ingredients: 1 cup plain flour ½ […]

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