Srini's Point of View

My thoughts on technology, food and other fancies…

Pindi Chole

This is my aunt Leela Mangu’s special pindi chole recipe.

Boil 2 cups Chana with 2 tsp ground tea leaves, 2-3 Laung, 2 tsp amla pdr, salt.

Fry in oil 1 inch ginger, some garlic till brown, add 2 small tomatoes chopped to small pieces. Add Haldi, little jeera ...

sambar

This is a recipe I got from my mother-in-law. The cool part about this recipe is that it is made without using any sambar powder.

Ingredients

  1. Imli - nimbu size
  2. Vegetables -any of the veggies drumstick, bindi, shimla mirch, red pumpkin, white peta, onion
  3. coconut - Half coconut- grated
  4. Masala - chana dal ...

Bellam Menthikai

This is my aunt Suguna Rao’s recipe. This is a quick way of making this recipe. This does not involve drying the mango in the sun.

Ingredients

  1. One raw green mango (remove skin and cut into chips) - 2 cups
  2. Gud - 1/2 cup
  3. Salt - 2 tsp
  4. Mirchi Powder - 1 ...

Coconut Chutney

Coconut chutney goes great with Idli’s, Dosa’s and vadda’s. One recent thread on my family’s recipes group on facebook had a couple of variations on this traditional chutney. I will try to post all the different styles on making this dish.

M.S. Leela Method

Ingredients ...

Mukkala Pulusu

My relatives started a new group on facebook to share family recipes. I thought I would start writing them down on my blog so they are searchable. The first recipe is a Andhra dish called Mukkala Pulusu. Some other names it is known as are ‘Theepi Pulusu’, ‘Dappalam’ and ‘Meetha ...