Life has gone a series of changes throughout the world and it will take sometime before things are back to normal. The best thing is to stay safe at home, prepare easy meals and enjoy the time with your loved ones. Make the best use of the time that you have. Learn a skill that you have been thinking or read that book that you wanted. Or simply, cook and enjoy the time with your children. Spend quality time with them, you might never get this time again.
Here are some fuss free recipes from the blog. I have selected those keeping in minnd, the ingredients that one can possibly have at home. Feel free to browse the blog for more.
Avalakki Upkari : It is made using thin flattened rice. Give a try to this.
Wada: Urad dal wadas are loved by all and now seems to be the perfect time to enjoy these Indian doughnuts.
Aloo Puri : Bored of the usual cooking, make these puris.
Thepla, we love it and it is ideal for breakfast or lunch.
Jowar dosa, a twist to the usual one.
Neer Dosa, this is again another kind I love making. The good thing is it needs no fermentation.
Masala Dosa : It is cherished by all South Indians and a dosa batter in the refrigerator saves a busy day.
Potato and Pea Paratha : I bet you agree with me, this combination works likes a charm.
Ragi Idli: No, this is not the instant version. It is fermented and super soft.
Dahi Vada: This is ideal for summer, it is loved by both, kids and adults.
Gundapongal: It is another popular dish that you can easily make anytime and serve, if you have the batter.
Masala Bhat: I know we are in lockdown and getting all kinds of veggies is difficult. I have used potato, peas and capsicum.
Spanish rice: If you have the ready sauce, you can make it in a jiffy.
Spring onion and corn pulao: Something different to try for your weekend.
Veg Pulav: This is such a life saver for me, I keep making it quite often.
Lemon rice : When every other dish fails to appease me, this one lights up my day.
Corn and Peas Pulao : I always keep sweet corn kernels and green peas in my freezer, they can be used in many dishes.
Spiced Yoghurt: This is a simple yet tasty dish that you can make in a few minutes.
Dal with methi : It is a comfort food for me, I make it at least twice in a month.
Sambar : Ask any South Indian and they are happy with a rice and sambar along with a few roasted papad.
Drumstick rasam : I love the flavour of this rasam.
Kafuli : This pairs good with any meal.
Alu Methi: It is no onion garlic recipe and can be easily made for lunch or dinner.
Palak Tambli : A simple dish but it is a comfort food for many. It tastes good with hot steamed rice.
Methi delight: It can be easily if you have fenugreek leaves at home.
Happy Cooking ! Stay safe and healthy.
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