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Spicy Mixture Curry

Today's recipe is so simple that even a 5 year old can make it with little help from parents.  Its as simple as that. I very well remember those days when we used to have Curfew and people were not supposed to go out of house.  Schools were closed,  grocery shops and other necessary stores were  also closed.  People were in need of vegetables  and other important things. That  is the  time when my mom  used this spicy mixture  and made a  side dish for roti or rice.  Don't remember the exact year when this happened  but I guess I  was around 5 or 6 yrs old  when this happened. The curry  tasted so delicious that even after when we grew up, me and my sisters used to please mom to make  this curry for our  lunch boxes. 

So this spicy mixture goes to the 3rd day of BM 60 under the theme "Family Recipes." This curry tastes better if served hot with rice or Roti. Recently  I have even tried to put this curry in between toasted bread, believe me it was awesome.  Here goes t…

Chamadumpa Egg Pulusu / Arbi Egg Curry / Taro Root Egg Curry

Today's recipe is the one which I learned from my MIL. It's a tangy and sweet simi gravy curry which is made with boiled eggs, taro root, tamarind pulp and jaggery.  Simple and delicious curry which is made with in 30 minutes. This recipe goes to the 2nd day of BM 60 under the theme "Family recipes."  


Chamadumpalu  / Arbi 1/2 pound
Eggs 4
Tamrind pulp 3 spoon
Onions chopped 1/2 cup
Green chillies 2
Curry leaves 4
Haldi 1/4 spoon
Chili powder 1 spoon
Sugar or Jaggery 1 spoon
Salt to taste
Oil 1/2 cup
Mustard seeds 1/2 spoon
Cilantro 1/2 cup chopped


Boil egg and remove shells.
Mark 2 or 3 slits  on eggs so that they wont popup when u cook.
Peal the skin of chamadumpalu  / Arbi and cut into small pieces.
In a pan heat oil and add mustard seeds.
When they crackle add onions, slit green chilies and curry leaves.
Saute for 2 minutes and add haldi and arbi  pieces.
Stir for few minutes and add Boiled eggs.
Now add chili powder, sugar, tamarind pulp, jaggery  and 1 cup w…

Dosakaya Tomato Curry

Dosakaya which is called as Yellow cucumber / Lemon Cucumber in English is an Indian Vegetable mostly used in south Indian Cuisine. You can eat this cucumber raw or cook along with lentils / Shrimp or just simple curry with onion and tomato. 

Today we are starting with 4th week of BM 60 and my theme for this week is "Family Recipes".  For day 1, am here with a recipe which my mom used to make it often when I was a kid. The curry is made with dosakaya which is also called as  budankaya in Andhra.  The name budankaya looks funny but that is how it is called in some parts of Andhra Pradesh.  Its a simple curry made with onion  and tomato along with cucumber.  This is my dad's and also my husbands Favorite vegetable. Hubby dear also  likes this curry when I add some  fresh and raw shrimp to it. Click herefor the Dosakaya and Shrimp recipe.

Here goes my mom recipes under the theme Family Recipes....


Dosakaya / Cucumber 1 large
Tomato 2 medium
Onion 1 medium
Green chili …

Avocado and Cucumber Salad

Avocado is an incredibly healthy food and loaded with important nutrients. They are high in healthy fats like monounsaturated fats  and good source of fiber, vitamins and minerals. These fats are specially important for people suffering with diabetics.

Cucumber is a widely cultivated plant in the gourd family.Cucumbers are grown to eat fresh. Cucumbers help to keep skin healthy also helps in curing constipation and kidney problems.  They also deal well with diabetics and also keep blood  presser in control. Read in a newspaper recently that cucumbers can treat Cancers and Diabetics.

Today am here with a healthy dish for the people who are suffering with diabetics. This a perfect salad for summer's  and winters too. This recipes goes to t he 3rd day, week 2 of BM 60 under the theme " Diabetic Diet / Healthy Diet". Here goes the recipe....


Avocado 1
Cucumber 1 medium
Lime juice 2 spoons
Crushed Red pepper 1/4 spoon
Chopped fresh cilantro 2 spoons
Salt to taste
Brown org…

Bitter Melon / Bitter Gourd Chips( Baked Version)

Bitter Melon also known Bitter Gourd is a unique vegetable mostly used in Indian cooking.  They contain at least 3 active substances with anti-diabetic properties. Several compounds in Bitter gourd  have glucose lowering  properties. These are also used for various stomach and intestinal disorders like ulcers, constipation and intestinal worms.    

Fresh Bitter gourd is a excellent source of Vitamin-C.Their bitterness can be reduced by parboiling or soaking in salt water or just by adding little salt to the cut pieces of the gourd.  By now you must have understood that today recipe is about Bitter Gourd / Bitter Melon. Yes, for day 2, week 2 of BM 60 am here with a Recipe with Bitter gourd under the theme "Diabetic Diet / Healthy Diet".


Bitter Gourd 4
Gram flour 3 spoons
Rice flour 1 1/2 spoon
Chili powder 1 spoon
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder 1/2 spoon
Oil 1 spoon
Chaat Masala 1 spoon


Scrape off  the skin and wash the  bitter gourd  with water thoroughly.
Pat …

Cabbage Paratha / Cabbage Roti

Happy New Year  2016 to all my  viewers, fellow bloggers and friends. 

This is the first post for this year 2016 and I want to start the year with a tasty and healthy dish. Today we are starting with 60th Edition of Blogging Marathon, my theme for this week is  Diabetic diet / Healthy diet. 

 My first recipes is for those who are suffering from Diabetics. A healthy eating plan can help you keep your blood sugar under control. It  can keep  you prevent , control  and even reverse the Diabetes. Avoid foods which are high in sugars, carbs and unhealthy fats. Stick more to vegetables and high protein foods.  Some of Diabetic super foods are   green onions, cabbage, tomato, Fenugreek leaves, spinach, cauliflower, lemon carrot, tomatoes and many more. So for  Week 2 and day 1 of BM 60, am here with a healthy and tasty Cabbage Paratha. Healthy diet for the patients and a good way to feed kids who do not like cabbage. Believe be it worked with my kids, give it a try.... 


Grated cabba…