Thursday, 28 July 2011

Home Remedies

In this section, you'll find simple home remedies with the things easily available at our homes.
If you google, I'm sure you would find more. But my motive is to give you the remedies which I have tried and found to be working wonderfully.

Food can cause few illness and has extreme power to cure illness when right food is taken in the right amount. There are several simple home remedies for various illness with just the things that are available in our kitchen shelves.

Common Cold

Sunday, 24 July 2011

Veg Paneer Cigar Rolls

Imagine this...its a rainy day and you are sitting in the balcony with a pipping hot cigar!!! No no no...I'm not talking about the smoking one. I'm talking of a edible, very tasty and yummy snack. :) If you are a paneer lover you sure would fall in love with this snack. It gets its name since the rolls look pretty much like cigars. No prizes for guessing that ;-)

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Kala Channa Curry

Kala Channa (black chickpea) belongs to the chickpea family; has a thick dark brown coating. Hence the peas take a little longer cooking time when compared to the regular kabuli channa (garbanzo beans/ white chickpeas). The kala channa is usually used for making sundal or for distributing as prasadams for vrats.

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Bobbatlu a.k.a Puran Poli

There is a tradition in our community that we make and share poli once the baby falls flat on his tummy "Borla padithe bobbatlu". But people these days are forgetting the old customs. I wanted to do all the things that are traditionally done on different occasions for the new baby. Like "navvulaku nuvvu undalu" (sesame seed laddus for the smiles), "borla padithe bobbatlu", "un ki uggu ginnalu" (when the baby starts making the "un" noise, distribute uggu ginnalu wiz indian style milk/syrup dropper), "palukulaku chilakalu" (parrot made with sugar for the small words they start speaking), "adugulaku arisalu" (athirasam for the first steps), "gadapa dhatithe gaarelu" (when the baby steps out of house, vada) etc. So I decided to make the bobbatlu when Pranav fell flat on his tummy on 4th July 2011 at 7.10PM.

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