Recipe Index

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Cooking for Guests 
cooking-for-guests
  1.  Cooking for guests series #1- South Indian lunch
  2. Cooking for guest series #2 -   North Indian lunch|dinner
  3. Cooking for guest series #3  -  Indo-chinese Menu
  4. Cooking for guests series #4 - South Indian Lunch
  5. Cooking for guests series #5  - North indian menu
  6. Cooking for guests Series #6  - Evening snacks menu
  7. Cooking for guests series #7 -  South Indian tiffin- snack
  8. Cooking for guests series #8 -  Indo-chinese menu
  9. Cooking for guests series #9 -  Weekend Brunch menu
  10. Cooking for guests series#10  - North Indian menu
  11. Cooking for guests series #11  - North Indian menu 
  12. Cooking for guests series #12 -  Snacks menu 
  13. Cooking for guests series #13-   Weekend Brunch menu
  14. Cooking for guests series #14-  North Indian Brunch
  15. Cooking for guests series #15- Kids friendly meal
  16. Cooking for guests series #16- Traditional tamil nadu meal
  17. Cooking for guests series #17  - North Indian menu
  18. Cooking for guests series #18 -  Tamil new year meal
  19. Cooking for guests series #19 -  Weekend south indian brunch menu
  20. Cooking for guests series #20 - Chaat menu 
  21. Cooking for guests #21 - Pattani sundal, bajji, rosemilk
  22. Cooking for guests#22 - Saravana bhavan mini tiffin
  23. Cooking for guests 23 - (Malai kofta, mushroom pulao)
  24. Cooking for guests 24 - Chaat platter
  25. Cooking for Guests 25 - Aadi 18 special
  26. Cooking for guests 26 - Veg biryani, beetroot vada ..
  27. Cooking for guests 27 - No onion no garlic north indian menu
  28. Cooking for guests 28- Kozhukattai platter, vellaiappam
Indian Kitchen basics
Sambar Powder 1
  1. Vegetable Fried Rice
  2. Mint Pulao
  3. Vegetable Biryani
  4. Vegetable pulao
  5. Capsicum Rice
  6. Peas Pulao
  7. Cauliflower Rice
  8. Channa Pulao
  9. Methi Pulao
  10. Carrot Rice
  11. Paneer Pulao
  12. Sprouts Fried Rice
  13. Sweet corn Rice - No onion No Garlic recipe
  14. Cabbage Rice
  15. Mexican Rice
  16. Vegetable Rice
  17. soya chunks Biryani
  18. Kashmiri Pulao
  19. Broccoli Rice
  20. Schezwan Fried Rice
  21. Jeera Pulao | Jeera Rice
  22. Semiya Biryani
  23. Tomato Biryani
  24. Mushroom Pulao
  25. Vegetable Biryani in Pressure Cooker
  26. Mushroom Fried Rice
  27. Baby corn Pulao
  28. Tawa pulao
  29. Beetroot Pulao
  30. Restaurant style- Small potato biryani
  31. Corn- methi pulao
  32. Kovakkai masalae bath
  33. Palak pulao recipe
  34. Jaipuri Pulao
  35. Paneer Fried Rice
  36. Brown rice pulao
  37. Bhindi rice
  38. Rajma pulao
  39. Baby corn manchurian fried rice
  40. Hyderabadi Dum biryani
  41. Curry leaves pulao
  42. Pineapple fried rice
  43. Hara bara pulao
  44. Dal kichidi
  45. Mexican fried rice
  46. Kuska recipe
Side dish for chapathi | roti |parathas | poori
Using vegetables:
Bhindi-badam-masala
  1. CauliFlower Manchurian
  2. Potato Sabji
  3. Mutter Paneer
  4. Mixed Vegetable Kurma
  5. Mixed Vegetable Curry
  6. Baingan Bharta
  7. Dum Aloo
  8. Baby corn and paneer Jalfrazie
  9. Simple Potato Curry
  10. Hydrebadi Okra
  11. Green Beans with sesame seeds
  12. Baby corn masala
  13. Methi Malai Mutter
  14. Spring onion Curry
  15. Cauliflower masala
  16. Malai Kofta
  17. Kadai Bhendhi
  18. Vegetable Manchurian
  19. Soy Chunks Chilli
  20. Gobi ka kheema | Cauliflower Kheema
  21. Cauliflower and peas kurma
  22. Onion Tomato Gravy - Thakkali Vengayam
  23. Aloo Mutter Masala
  24. Potato masala - For Poori
  25. Cabbage Kofta Curry
  26. Kadai Mushroom
  27. Mushroom Masala
  28. Green peas masala
  29. Mirchi ka Salan
  30. Aloo Capsicum gravy
  31. Palak kofta gravy
  32. Baby corn kurma
  33. Gobi mutter dry
  34. Papad ki sabzi
  35. Aloo Palak gravy
  36. Baby corn Manchurian gravy
  37. Navratan Korma
  38. Bhindi badam Masala
  39. Capsicum Masala
  40. Lauki channa dal kootu
  41. Raw banana Kofta
  42. Kadai Vegetable Recipe
  43. Aloo tamatar subzi
  44. Potato Kurma
  45. Peas masala
  46. stuffed capsicum masala
  47. Paneer lababdar
  48. Veg kheema masala
  49. Aloo baingan recipe
Dal recipes:

Dhaba style dal tadka
  1. Tomato Rasam
  2. Garlic Rasam-Poondu Rasam
  3. Jeera rasam
  4. Pineapple rasam
  5. Lemon Rasam
  6. Mysore Rasam
  7. Kalyana Rasam
  8. Vepampoo rasam
  9. KAndantippili rasam
  10. Pepper Rasam
  11. Cauliflower rasam
  12. Vethalai|Betel leaves Rasam
  13. Ginger lemon rasam
Kootu recipes
lauki channa dal
  1. Snake Gourd Kootu
  2. Vazhalaikai(Raw Banana) Kootu
  3. Aviyal
  4. Chow Chow Kootu
  5. Keerai Masiyal(spinach gravy)
  6. Keerai Thandu morkootu
  7. Poosanikai kootu | Ashgourd kootu
  8. DrumStick Kootu
  9. Avarakkai Poricha Kootu
  10. 7 kari kootu - Pongal Kootu
  11. Vazhaithandhu Morkootu
  12. Kothavarangai kottu - Cluster beans kootu
  13. Tomato dal
  14. Keerai Kootu
  15. Lauki channa dal kootu
  16. Parangikai Paal Kootu
  17. Erissery
  18. Karunai kizhangu masiyal
  19. Vazhaipoo kootu - Banana flower kootu
  20. Olan recipe
  21. Keerai molagootal 
Thogayal recipes
mint thogayal 3
Poriyals | Curries with coconut
Cabbage carrot peas poriyal
  1. Beans Parrupu Usili
  2. Vazhakai (Raw Banana) Podimas
  3. Yam Fry
  4. Stuffed Brinjals
  5. Aloo Gobi
  6. Simple Potato Curry
  7. Tindora(Kovakkai curry)
  8. Cauliflower Curry - With tomato Sauce
  9. Baby Potato curry - Mint flavored
  10. Broccoli Stir fry - With capsicum
  11. Bitter Gourd Fry - Pavakkai Varuval
  12. Potato Podimas- No onion No garlic
  13. Tandoori Aloo
  14. Brinjal curry
  15. Seppankizhanghu fry - Arbi
  16. Potato Fry
  17. Cauliflower Pepper fry
  18. Simple Potato Curry
  19. Baby Corn Stir fry
  20. Aloo Methi
  21. Mochai potato curry
  22. Vazhipoo paruppu Usili
  23. Brinjal Podi curry
  24. Raw banana | Vazhakkai Curry
  25. Capsicum curry
  26. Yam curry | Elephant foot yam
  27. Gobi mutter
  28. Mushroom pepper fry
  29. Baby potato fry
  30. Ladies finger curry
  31. Jeera aloo
  32. Sweet Potato Curry
  33. Ladies finger fries
  34. Gutti vangaya kura ( stuffed brinjals)
  35. Chettinadu style vazhakkai curry
  36. Soya chunks pepper fry
  37. Pudalangai fry | snakegourd fry
  38. Eggplant pan fried
  39. Potato masal recipe
  40. Broccoli Podimas

South Indian Breakfast | Tiffin | Dinner recipes
Kharabath recipe
  1. Chili parotta
  2. Puli Upma
  3. Arisi Upma
  4. Aval/Poha Upma
  5. Rava Idli
  6. Kuzhi Paniyaram-CHETTINAD STYLE
  7. Adai-Crispy lentil Dosa
  8. Sabudana/Sago Upma
  9. Semiya/Vermicelli Upma
  10. Kanchipuram Idli
  11. Ven Pongal
  12. Paneer Dosa
  13. Broken Wheat Upma
  14. Small onion Uttapam
  15. Puli Aval - Tamarind poha
  16. Upma Kozhukattai | Pidi Kozhukattai
  17. Home made idli
  18. Idiyappam | Coconut idiyappam
  19. Rava Pongal
  20. Pesarattu Dosai
  21. Insatat Oats Idli
  22. Hakka noodles
  23. Milagu Aval
  24. Aapam - Without yeast
  25. OatsUpma
  26. Chapathi upma
  27. Idli Upma recipe
  28. Godhumai dosai- Wheat Dosai
  29. Poori recipe
  30. Podi Idli recipe
  31. Pori Upma
  32. Tomato Kuzhi paniyaram
  33. Rava Khichidi
  34. Idli using idli rava
  35. Kal dosai recipe
  36. Moong dal puttu
  37. Masala idiyappam
  38. Curry leaves flavor idiyappam
  39. Thinai pesarattu
  40. Samai Upma
  41. Millet tomato dosai
  42. Kambu koozh
  43. Cauliflower masala dosai
  44. Thayir semaiya |curd semiya
  45. Akki roti - karnataka style
  46. Mini masala uttapam
  47. Ragi dosa
  48. Podi sevai recipe
  49. Poha idli | aval idli
  50. Javarisi upma
  51. Rava Dosa - With video
  52. Milagu adai
  53. Kerala puttu
  54. Rava upma recipe
  55. Thinai ven pongal
  56. Ragi adai
  57. Kharabath
  58. Set dosa recipe
  59. Mysore masala dosai
  60. Mangalore bun - banana poori
  61. Instant rava kuzhipaniyaram
  62. Tomato Poha
  63. Oats savory porridge
  64. Dosa for travel
  65. Whole wheat grain dosa
  66. Mor kali recipe
  67. Vendaya kali
  68. Paneer sevai
  69. Batata poha
  70. Bhatura recipe
North Indian breakfast | Tiffin | dinner recipes
Dal stuffed paratha
Sandwich recipes | Bread recipes
Aloo channa chaat sandwich
Starter recipes | Tea time snacks
Punjabi+ samosa
  1. Masala Vadai
  2. Cabbage Pakoda
  3. Khaman Dhokla
  4. Paneer Tikka(Tawa Method)
  5. Aval Pakoda
  6. Potato Cutlets
  7. Bread Paneer Rolls
  8. Kachori-Street food
  9. Bread Pizza
  10. sabudana Vada
  11. Uppappam/Vellai Appam
  12. Kurkure Bhendi-Deep fried ladies finger
  13. Bajji
  14. Aval Bhel served in Puff Pastry Sheets
  15. Chana Chat - With khatta Meetha Chutney
  16. Lauki Muthia - Healthy Gujarati snack
  17. Beet root Vadai
  18. Bhel Poori - Without chutney
  19. Medhu Vadai
  20. Papdi Chaat
  21. Ulundu Vadai | Medhu Vadai
  22. Masala Peanuts
  23. Thool pakoda | Onion Pakoda
  24. Raw banana chips
  25. Mysore Bonda
  26. Aval Mixture - Low fat mixture
  27. Thayir Vadai
  28. Keerai Vadai
  29. MasalaPuri - Chaat recipe
  30. Aloo bonda| Urulaikizhangu bonda
  31. Butter corn - Cup corn
  32. ChilliPaneer
  33. Pin wheel Sandwich
  34. Bhel Puri Chaat
  35. Hara bhara Kebab
  36. Spring Rolls - Recipe with video
  37. Masala Papad
  38. Roasted chickpeas
  39. Oats Tikki Recipe
  40. Ragda Pattice
  41. Gobi Manchurian dry
  42. Methi pakoda recipe
  43. Kurunai Vadai Recipe
  44. Bread Channa
  45. Corn Cheese Balls
  46. Potato Samosa recipe
  47. Vada Pav - Mumbai street snack
  48. Rice pakoda
  49. Dahi bhalla |dahi vada
  50. Matar Kachori - Peas Kachori
  51. Vazhaipoo Vadai
  52. Idli tika recipe
  53. Tandoori Gobi
  54. Beach style pori - Kara pori
  55. Broccoli -paneer cutlets
  56. Aloo Channa chaat Brushetta
  57. Curd idli
  58. Thavala vadai
  59. Oats Chaat
  60. Gobi 65
  61. Palak corn pakoda
  62. Arisi Vadai
  63. Beetroot cutlet
  64. Yam Kola Urundai
  65. Honey Sesame Potato
  66. Microwave masala peanuts
  67. Microwave Bread Pizza
  68. Millet MEthi Muthia
  69. Momos recipe
  70. Rasa Vadai
  71. Millet dhokla
  72. Moong dal bhajia
  73. Sev poori chaat
  74. Punjabi samosa with VIDEO
  75. Semiya cutlet recipe
  76. Salem thattu vadai
  77. Batata Vada | aloo vada
  78. Hariyali paneer tikka
  79. Bread masala dosai
  80. Dahi bread chaat
  81. Kothimber Vadi
  82. Chaat Sundal
  83. Beach style sundal gravy
  84. Aloo tikki chaat
  85. Aamai vadai | Paruppu vadai
  86. Khandvi recipe
  87. Dal kachori
  88. Soya chunks cutlet
  89. Sambar Vadai
  90. Tandoori tofu
  91. Moong dal bhel chaat
  92. Biscuti topping recipe
  93. Vietnamese spring roll
  94. Potato pottalam
  95. Mixed veg pakora
  96. Murmura chivda | kara pori
  97. Baked jacket potato
  98. Masala Dal baati
  99. Dry fruits kachori
  100. Cabbage Vadai 
  101. Pav bhaji recipe - no onion no garlic
  102. Sprouts tikki
  1. Minestrone Soup
  2. Italian bread soup recipe
  3. Roasted Bell pepper Soup
  4. Hot and Sour veg Soup
  5. Thai cucumber and pineapple Salad
  6. Grilled pineapple salad
  7. Mexican Rice
  8. Schezwan Fried Rice
  9. Pineapple fried rice
  10. Tortilla recipe
  11. Thai green curry - Thai recipe
  12. Agilo olio pasta
  13. Basil Walnut pesto pasta
  14. Veg Hakka noodles - using spaghetti
  15. Cranberry granola recipe
  16. Yogurt Parfait
  17. Roasted bell pepper pasta
  18. Chocolate Cheese Sandwich
  19. Nutella fruit sandwich
  20. Pumpkin sauce pasta
  21. Tortilla pizza
  22. Mini pizza - With home made pizza dough
  23. Pasta Salad
  24. Vegetable Pasta- with home made sauce
  25. Penne Arrabiata - Pasta recipes
  26. Pasta in White sauce
  27. Pasta Sauce- white sauce and tomato sauce
  28. Vegetable Broth | Stock
  29. Thai sticky mango rice
  30. Nutella Truffles
  31. Mango float
  32. Vietnamese Spring roll
  33. Enchilada sauce
  34. Mexican fried rice
  35. Sun dried pesto pasta
  36. Baked jacket potato
  37. Eggless Wholewheat pancake 
  38. Red bean quesadilla
Home made Vadam | Appalam | chips
arisi-appalam
  1. Javarisi Vadagam
  2. Kulambhu karuvadam
  3. Arisi appalam
  4. Maravalli kizhangu chips
  5. Raw banana chips
  6. Elai vadam
Pakoda | bajji | Bonda recipes
Batata-vada
Payasam | Kheer varieties
Elaneer payasam
  1. Semiya payasam in microwave
  2. Pal Payasam
  3. Parrupu Payasam
  4. Semiya Payasam(vermicelli Kheer)
  5. Paneer Payasam
  6. Coconut Rice payasam
  7. Javarrisi Payasam
  8. Jack Fruit Payasam - Chakka pradaman
  9. Aval payasam - Poha kheer (with sugar)
  10. Aval payasam with jaggery
  11. Elaneer payasam
  12. Macaroni Kheer | pasta payasam
  13. Rava payasam | Sooji kheer
  14. Thinai payasam
  15. Rice kheer
  16. Arisi Thengai Payasam
  17. Aadi paal - Thengai paal payasam
  18. Paalada payasam
  19. Sweet potato payasam
  20. Carrot Kheer
  21. Bottle Gourd | Lauki Kheer
  22. Badam Milk - Almond Kheer
  23. Dates Kheer
  24. Shahi semiya badam kheer
  25. Ada pradhaman
  26. Samba rava payasam
  27. Apple kheer
  28. Kerala paal payasam
  29. Besan kheer
Kesari | appam varieties
Atta ka halwa
  1. Deepavali Leghiyam - Deepavali Marundhu-
  2. Rava Ladoo
  3. Besan ladoo
  4. Milk Peda
  5. Mysore Pak - Diwali recipes
  6. Coconut burfi
  7. Cashew And Coconut Burfi
  8. Boondi Ladoo - Diwali Sweet
  9. Okkarai - Traditional diwali Sweet
  10. Home made Gulab Jamuns - Using Khoya
  11. Shankarpalli - Sweet Version(Diwali Sweets)
  12. Kaju Katli
  13. Maladoo
  14. Badam Burfi
  15. Motichoor ladoo - diwali sweets
  16. Corn Flour halwa - Diwali sweets
  17. Makkan Peda
  18. Carrot Burfi
  19. Dry fruits ladoo
  20. Wheat flour ladoo
  21. Aval Ladoo
  22. Palkova- Stove top method
  23. Badusha
  24. Poosanikkai halwa
  25. Khoya burfi
  26. Bread dry jamun
  27. 7 cup burfi
  28. Saffron flavored cookies
  29. Sweet somas recipe
  30. Atta ladoo
  31. Godhumai halwa
  32. Kesar Rabdi recipe
  33. Rasagulla recipe
  34. Moong dal halwa
  35. Potato Gulab jamun
  36. Kesar badam peda
  37. Atta nankhattai
  38. Lavang Latika
  39. Javarisi ladoo | sago ladoo
  40. Sweet Sev
  41. Beetroot halwa
  42. Kala jamun recipe
  43. Boondi ladoo with khoya
  44. Traditional Mysore pak
  45. Kaju Pista roll
  46. Jalebi recipe
  47. Suzhiyan recipe
  48. Jangiri
  49. Mixed nuts chikki
  50. Potato gulab jamun
  51. Mohanthal recipe
  52. Sweet boondi recipe
  53. Asoka halwa
Desserts | Puddings
bread pudding with custard sauce
Traditional sweets
Kadalai paruppu poli 1
  1. Pori Urundai for Kathigai Deepam
  2. AkkaraVadisal
  3. Paal Poli/Milk Poli
  4. karadaiyan nombu adai
  5. Paal Kozhukattai- for NagaPanchami
  6. Modakam / Kozhakattai for Vinayagar Chaturti/ Varalakshmi pooja
  7. Okkarai - Traditional diwali Sweet
  8. Ellu Urundai -Sesame Seeds ladoo
  9. Coconut Rice payasam
  10. Tomato Sweet Pachadi
  11. Thiruvadirai Kali
  12. Jack Fruit Payasam - Chakka pradaman
  13. Thengai Poli- Coconut poli
  14. Vella Seedai
  15. Palkova - Thiratipal
  16. Badam Halwa
  17. Deepavali Leghiyam - Deepavali Marundhu- Diwali recipes
  18. Kadalai urundai- Peanut ladoo
  19. Panagam - Sri Rama Navami recipe
  20. Kozhukattai with channa dal poornam
  21. Paruppu poli | puran poli
  22. Aval payasam with jaggery
  23. Maaladoo
  24. Ellu kozhukattai
  25. Fried modakam recipe
  26. Nei appam
  27. Vella puttu - for navaratri
  28. Manoharam - karthigai deepam recipes
  29. Kalkandu Pongal
  30. Kovil Sakkara pongal
  31. Kaaparisi
  32. Akkara vadaisal- with jaggery
  33. Sojji appam
  34. Vella Aval
  35. Paal Kozhukattai with sugar
  36. Dry fruits modakam
  37. Ada pradhaman
  38. Poosanikai Halwa
  39. Godhumai halwa
  40. Adirasam
  41. Arisi Thengai Payasam
  42. Pottukadalai vella urundai
  43. Aadi paal - Thengai paal payasam
  44. Atta ka halwa - wheat flour kesari
  45. Sukku Vellam
  46. Modakam with moong dal poornam
  47. Modakam with khoya filling
  48. Modakam using mould
  49. Traditional Mysore pak
  50. Sweet potato payasam
  51. Suzhiyan recipe
  52. Maharastrian Puran poli
  53. Gujjiya for holi
  54. Ripe mango pachadi
  55. Chakka varati
  56. Samba wheat payasam
  57. PAnchamirtham
  58. Panchakhadya 
  59. Porivilanga urundai
Beverages | Juices | Smoothies

Hot beverages
filter-coffee
  1. Masala Milk
  2. Hot chocolate
  3. Filter Coffee
  4. Sukku malli coffee
  5. Ginger -cardamom tea
Juices | Smoothies | Lassi
Shikanji
  1. Strawberry Yogurt Smoothie
  2. Watermelon and Orange Juice
  3. Pineapple and papaya smoothie
  4. Lemonade
  5. Spiced Butter milk - Neer mor
  6. Grape and Orange Drink
  7. Orange juice Soda
  8. Nutella Cold Coffee
  9. Pomegranate and Orange juice
  10. Oreo cookies Milkshake
  11. Nutella dates Milkshake
  12. Guava strawberry juice
  13. Mango Lassi
  14. Strawberry Milkshake
  15. Pineapple juice with orange
  16. Aam Ka Paana - raw mango drink
  17. Orange Barley drink
  18. Ice Lemon Tea
  19. Strawberry Lemonade
  20. Jal jeera
  21. Panagam - Summer cooler - Rama navami special
  22. Thandai - holi special
  23. Apple carrot juice
  24. Watermelon cucumber cooler
  25. Masala Chaas
  26. Mango Milkshake
  27. Kiwi - lemonade
  28. Betel leaf juice
  29. Ragi chocolate milkshake
  30. Vazhaithandu mor
  31. Beetroot juice
  32. Gulkand milkshake
  33. Mint lemon cooler
  34. Pudina chaas
  35. Ginger ale
  36. Millet cucumber lassi
  37. Kesar Lassi
  38. Badam milkshake
  39. Banana almond milkshake
  40. Shikanji | indian lemonade
  41. Orange slush
  42. Avocado milkshake recipe
Eggless cake | Muffin recipes
carrot cake

   





                   


      
    
       
    


156 comments:

  1. I am new to cooking, and was surfing the net when I chanced upon your blog. Complete with pictures and videos, I found your explanation easy.I think it's a good place to start off with for new comers like me.
    Haven't tried any of your recipes yet, but will definitely do, and let you know how it came out.
    Keep up the good work, and thanks mam!
    Neha

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    1. Thank u so much neha, Do try and let me know.

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  2. And a great go-to place for those once in a way mouthwatering desi delicacies one desires from time to time! Like inji-puli today.

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  4. Hi Jeyashri,

    Do you have any recipes to make bread pudding?

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  5. Very beautiful South Indian food blog indeed! Have tried couple of your recipes like Soft Idli, Tomato Rasam and Kadai Bhendi and all turned out to be absolutely awesome... appreciate your hard work in posting great authentic recipes from South!! I love South Indian cuisine. Thanks a ton.
    Supriya Banerjee, New Delhi

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    1. Thats great to know. Thank u so much for the feedback

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  6. Very helpful blog. ..Thanks for sharing. ..

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  7. Please post the receipe of kai murukku.

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  8. Tried the nombu adai, came out very good ....thanks for posting ....going to try the fried rice..will let u know how it turns out....your work is awesome...

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    1. Great to know that. Thank you so much

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    2. Hi Jey!! ur recipes are too awesome and im keep on trying over ur recipes and its really good at taste and simple to make too. I need a recipe on Strawberry Ice cream in a different manner...can u try that and tell us the recipe...am waiting for it !!!!

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  9. Great resource for foodies. Please alphabetize your list or classify it according to main ingredient. Thank you.

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  10. hi jeyashri aunty!
    i am a thirteen year old girl and i love your recipes as i am a newbie to cooking and am a training baker. i loved your baking recipes and the drinks, i tried a few...they came out pretty good. i wanted to request you to add some more chocolate recipes, sorry but i am a chocolate lover! :P
    i know you don't do choc. much but still would love to read more recipes of it so that i can mess the kitchen slabs more often during the new experiences! :P

    loved all your hard work, specially thanks for making this blog! :)

    - Sejal

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  11. Great recipes, am newly married and poor in cooking, ur blog helped me a lot:) thank u so much

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  12. Hi Jeya,

    Simply a biggg... WOW to ur site and all ur hardwork done in doing this recipe index. Ppl who are new to cooking this site helps them a lot. i have read most of ur posts will be trying them 1 by 1. i really liked ur site a lot. keep going i'll follow ur posts. Grt job and very usefull recipe index and easily to locate.

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      Could you post the recipe for the thakkali dosa.. i searched in your blog.. i couldn't fine it..

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    3. I don't have the recipe. But planning to post soon

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  13. Hi, Jayashree,
    Thanks a lot for your blog.Offers very tasty dishes, told i a simple manner with pictures.very easy to follow.Please keep up the good work.Will definetly try out your recipes.loved the soup segemnt.
    Meena Iyer

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  14. Hi Jeyashri,

    I have tried most of the recipes and everything turned out great. I really appreciate your effort and also thank you for helping me to work on cooking skills.

    I have a request would love to learn the Saag Paneer a Punjabi dish.

    In the meanwhile I will continue to try more dishes.

    Thank you again!!

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  15. Dear Jeyashri,
    You are an angel. I really love you.

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  16. hi Jeyashri
    Please post the recipe for "karaitha dosai" i.e., Rava Dosai, Maida dosai, Godumai dosai etc. Thank you!

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  17. can you post the recipe for Laddu?

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  18. how to prepare filter coffee and tea??

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  19. If people get married to get good food, I can remain single by just cooking your recipes. Wonderful job. I dont think indian cooking can be explained any easier.

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  20. Can u post some pathiya samayal for woman after delivery

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  21. Hi I tried pepper aval first. Ve to explore all others also. And ur oder of arranging all menus are superb to search and find out easily ... Great job....

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  22. Ramya30/7/13 1:50 PM
    Hi, I am Ramya from chennai. I have been following your blog for almost a month now. I first visited your blog to check the receipe for paneer payasam. The step wise photos and explanations made me very comfortable and after that I started visiting your blog on a daily basis. Every time I wish to share my views, someway or other it gets missed out. Today I tried your corn rice for my kids lunch box and it turned out really well. First of all I wish to thank you for giving us such a wonderful blog. Ur photos and explanations makes it quite confident to try out new receipes. U have now become a part of our family. Every time I run out of ideas as to what to do for dinner and if I ask my kids( 5 yrs old twin daughters) the answer I receive is check with jeyashri aunty in your iPad. I tried lot of your recipes especially sweets like rasamalai, carrot kheer and cauliflower Partha etc. everything came out really well. Especially your kalyana rasam was excellent. My husband who doesn't prefer rasam much, enjoyed it a lot. Due to your blog It has become easy for me to cook as I never have to worry as to what to cook. I just log into ur blog select a receipe and my job is done. One again, thank you sooooo much, and please do keep posting lots of new receipes.

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      thank you so much.I saw ur comment on Corn rice recipe. Very happy to know that you and ur family are enjoying the recipes. Thanks a lot and convey my love to your kiddos. Keep visiting for more recipes

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    2. Hi dear its lovely.I saw ur site today d first.am roja.newly married.I will try today.I want to make happy and satisfy my husband while he take food

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  23. Mam
    What is the recipe for appam

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  24. Hi :)

    I love your page and I use it all the time to cook different things :)

    Thanks
    Ramya

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  25. Hi Jeyashri,

    I have tried many of side dishes for chappathi.I visit your site very frequently. Me and my family love your kovil puliyodarai and hyderabadi okra recipe.Thanks for all your simple recipes with stepwise pics.

    Regards,
    Subasree

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  26. Hi jeyashri,
    I live in dubai, I get rectangular shaped samosa leaves, can u tell me how to make the perfect samosa shape using that sheet

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  27. hi mam how are you. plz tell us Andra famous gutti vankaya kura.

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  28. Hey,
    Jeyashri I am meera from chennai.i work with ur cousin jayanthi.i love ur blog.i made two three items from ur Krishna jayanthi recipes.they were good n tasted awesome.thanx.i visit ur site daily.great job

    Regards
    Meera

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  29. Tried your vella cheedai recipe. it turned out very very soft.. not crunchy.Can u tell me where i did mistake?

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  30. Tried your vella cheedai recipe. it turned out very very soft.. not crunchy.Can u tell me where i did mistake?

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    1. Akshara, the reason may be you must have added extra urad dal or lessened the butter. always fry this in low flame

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  31. hi. happy seeing ur receipies..
    can u post me the receipe of JAVVARASI UPMA.

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    1. I have the recipe of javvarasi kichadi.
      http://www.jeyashriskitchen.com/2011/06/sabudana-kichidisago-upma.html

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  32. Hi,
    Every othr day I open your Blog and choose a Veg recipe, unfortunately today I wanted to cook plantain ( Valakai) porial or varuval I could't find recipe. PLease add one, Your Blog is very helpful person like me at the age of 60 (widower) cook myself. Thanks a lot.

    M.K.Raj

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  33. I simple got overwhelmed by seeing your blog. Hats off to you ...

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  34. Hi Jeyashri

    I happend to visit your page today while chatting with my mom. I so enjoyed glancing through your page and i must say you have a variety of dishes . I am definitely going to try them all one by one.

    Thanks

    Anitha

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    1. We also have a blog do take a look at it.

      ennadukalai.blogspot.com

      Anitha

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  35. Hi jeyashri your posts are awesome
    Everyday I log in to facebook or not but logs in your site. . your write ups and photos are awesome

    Thanks

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  36. Hi Jeyashri, i'm your follower on Facebook. Thanks so much for the wonderful recipes. I have a request. Can you please share appalam and sandige (kannada) basically home made papads. Thanks

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  37. Your recipes sounds to be really gud.. I thought of gathering the whole recipes from different website to learn cooking. But everything cooked up under a single page. Really amazing.!! Thank you for your recipes.

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  38. A TOTAL KITCHENETTE ............ LOVED IT ..... (y) :) :)

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  39. Hats off to your culinary skills. Loved the photos.

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  40. Hi Jeyshri,

    Loved your blog... I enjoy eating good food and hence love to make good food...

    I tried your karuvepilai thokku... we all loved it..

    Regards,
    aarthi

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  41. Dear Jayashri...

    New to your blog and loved you recipes .

    Can you try and post few lad-dos recipes that can be made with jaggery

    Regards
    Renjana

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  42. Hi Jeyashree
    Can you post the mixed fruit jam recipe? (like Kissan jam). We didn't get it here.

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  44. HI Jayshree,

    What an amazing collection of Brahmin veg recipes. My mom used to make all these but I never got to learn from her. Now I am sure your blog will help me with my cooking.

    Thanks
    Priya

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  45. Its been 2 years since i ve been following your blog. And its now like every day i try out new receipe, my husband claims it would be from ur blog.. Methods are so simple, and every receipe turns out really well. Thank you so much, i have learnt so many traditional dishes at ease from you. You're just awesome!!!!!!!

    Srisquare :))))

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  46. Its good to watch all ur recipe. May I get all together. I love it.

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  47. Hi Jeyashri,
    I have been following your recipes and have tried many of them. :-)
    Can you add some recipes with brown rice?

    Cheers,
    Gayathri Sarma

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  48. Could you please give a step wise recipe for Instant Oats Dosai

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  50. Could you please give a receipe wiht lady's finger for chapathi sidedish

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  51. im a great fan of ur receipe's..i tried most of ur dishes and outcome was really gud..even got so many appreciations..actually i dnt know anything abt cooking few months back but with help of ur blog now i called as a gud cook in my home...thanks a lot...

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  52. Hi Jeyashri, this is one wonderful blog. Yours is one among the blogs that inspired me in food blogging. I used to visit your blog whenever I feel like making a new recipe. Thanks for those nice recipes with clear instructions and attracting pictures.

    Please visit my blog when you find some time, http://vijoskitchencorner.blogspot.in/

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  53. Hi Jeyshri,tks for all your recipes.am Singaporean living in Sweden love your cooking method simple yet delicious.keep posting for more recipes.Merry X'mas and Happy New Year 2014
    madumalar

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  54. Hi jayashri mam @ sisy!!!happy to see your blog!!simply superb and surprised.am a fresh hand to cook and started only a few days back with help of your bolg :) am a girl who is going to get married soon :) and your blog gives me the full support to enter the hearts of my in-laws :) awaiting for much recps.....

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  56. Hi Jeyashri

    Your recipes are amazing. I tried a few of them and they did come out well. Your simple and neat presentation with appropriate pictures are really easy to review the recipes while trying them out. Keep up the good work and keep posting innovative recipes. I love trying out all your recipes!

    PS: Loved your cute lil jute bag!

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  57. Pl post some vadagam recipes.

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  58. Could you please post Cooking for Guest series links in the recipe index page? Awesome Series !!!!

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  59. This is just amazing jeya aunty. Thank you so much for this website, m a student living away from parents and these cooking recipes make me feel at home .. Xx

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  60. I am so impressed with your website which contains many dishes and it is explained well with pictures. You have put so much effort in making the website with delicious dishes for us. So proud of you. Definitely you are an awesome kitchen queen. Thank you so much.

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  61. Nice post, I bookmark your blog because I found very good information on your blog, Thanks for sharing
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  62. kindly post the recipe for kerala puttu

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  63. Hi jeyashree, loved your blog. All recipes are simple and clear. Great job.

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  64. Hi.. the cooking for guests series is so well planned and presented... I always refer quickly for ideas when i plan my dinner... Thanks! Great job with the recipes

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  65. Hi jeyashri,
    I have always referred to ur site for cooking after my marriage. And it's been very useful..it's more than a yr nw..but hav nvr written to u thanking hw much it was helpful.
    I hav a request, is it possible for u to put receipes for making karu vadams and appalams..

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    1. Thanks deepti, will surely post.

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  66. Hi You are really amazing. Post more and more guests series.

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  67. Hey there!!!! really awesome site. Thanks kindly for sharing - most grateful. Best wishes, Halima

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  68. Hi Jeyashri. Its been 2 years now, is started following your blog. Awesome recipies & detailed step wise pictures attracts to give a try atleat once :) It would be great if you could post some easy diet foods too. Keep up the good work. Im going to try Badam Halwa and will post my comments on that.

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  69. Hello Jayashri,

    Wow!!!! Amazed to see lot of new recipes. I could see lot of new and interesting recipes in ur blog. Hats of to u sister... keep going this way and love ur passion of cooking.

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  70. Hi jeyashri please try out and post recipes on all varieties of millets

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  71. Hi Jeyashri.. your recipes are just awesome.. I'm referring your blogs everyday :) :) your step wise instructions along with pictures are very easy to follow.. keep up your excellent work.. :) :)

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  72. How to make Udipi hotel sambar

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  73. Hello Jeyashri,
    Its so good to finally find a blog with a south indian perspective. Your compilations and groupings are noteworthy, really to the point. We all have one or two aged books from when we got marired or came to study on our own, but they have different techniques comapred to whats practised in Tambram houses. Yours hits close to home. Not sure how I missed yours in the last 7 years, I have used subbus kitchen before, anyway for our Navarathri golu celebration, I used 7 recipes , one window for each and used them side by side while cooking. It was amazing to have pictorial explantion, I always need clarification whether I got the consistency right while boiling or finishing and so the pics help. I like the way you put ingredient list in caps on top, traditional but to the point. Anyway great work with this blog, so many authetic recipes and compilations for festivals and no garlic recipes. You are indeed a great cook looks like. Thank you for sharing all thses ideas and recipes. Keep up the good work!.- Ramya ( a new follower)

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  74. Excellent work Jeyashri!! You have meticulously written down each and every step along with pictures, making it easy for us to experiment new dishes in kitchen. Quick question, how do you decide when to use channa dal or urud dal during making thogaiyals/kootu?

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  75. Hi, I am a master's student in USA. I do not know to cook. But after I found your website, I have been cooking everyday. I miss my mom's food. Thank you so much.

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  76. Hamsa, for all thogayals we use urad dal only. For kootu we use moong dal mostly.

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  77. Hi Jeyashi.. I would love to try maida burfi please let me know if you have the recipe in your blog.
    Thanks
    Preeti

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  78. Hi mam,cooking had never been so easy till I visited your blog.
    Your recipes and the way you depict them are amazing.

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  79. Hello Jeyashri, This is the first time I am visiting your blog. It is well organized and easy to follow. Very useful for new cooks.
    Do you have any baked appetizer recipes? If so could you please upload some.
    Thank you. Keep up the good work

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  80. I love soups and I think I'm gonna love this Italian Bread soup. :)

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  81. An usefull post,thx to admin for the article

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  82. Which was your first blog?

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  83. Which was your first blog?

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  84. Hi jaysree. All these receipes are really useful. Thank u ... Keep it up.can you help me with the preparation of basundi......??....

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  85. yummy , I just love your recipe. Thank you so much .I must try it next sunday.Recipe

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  86. Nice Blog. I like recipe. Thank you for your sharing. Recepe

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  87. Hi Jayasree, just a suggestion. A one pot meal section added to your recipe index would be really helpful.

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  88. Hi Jayasree,

    I love your blog.

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    wishes,
    Chelsea

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  89. Good information on Indian recipe. thank you for sharing.
    chowringhee kathi roll

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  90. Thank you for sharing this information..I like it. shopping coupon

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  91. I just wanted to make a quick comment to say GREAT blog!….. I’ll be checking in on a regularly now….Keep up the good work

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  92. Lovely Receipe, such a pleaser this recipe is :)
    Chowringhee Kathi Roll

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  93. Excellent blog! Congratulations! When I click the brown boxes titled Diabetic Diet Recipe and other similar boxes, the hyperlink takes me to further sites which do not seem to have exactly what I want. Can you please advise? Thanks Nandini

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  94. Tried uppu seedai from your blog came out well, thanks

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  95. The food looks awesome and am sure, the taste must be heavenly as well.
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  96. Excellent blog! Congratulations! When I click the brown boxes titled Diabetic Diet Recipe and other similar boxes

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  97. Lots of great looking dishes here! I can't keep up with all the dishes I want to make...there's always so many good ones :)
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  98. Hi jeyashri, I am dhivya here... great effort by u... good job... congrats... !!!

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  99. Kathiroll is one of my favourites! Yours looks great :) I make it often as i never manage to set paneer properly and get a crumbled one, making it perfect for this! chowringhee kathi roll

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  100. I just wanted to make a quick comment to say GREAT blog!….. I’ll be checking in on a regularly now….Keep up the good work Panner Tikka Roll Recipe

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  102. Hi jeyashri post lots of millet recipe in rice varieties

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  103. Hi jeyashri
    Plz post receipe of basundi

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  104. Excellent blog Dr mam congratulations. .

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  105. Hi mam!

    I am falling in love with your blog and the recipes.

    Can you please tell me the recipe of fondant?
    My younger ones bday is falling near and i want to make fondant cake for her on my own. If u can please post its fool proof recipe.

    I tried the whipped cream recipe of yours and that was way too good ... :)

    Thanks
    Nitasha :)

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  106. Hi Jayashree ,
    I am surfing ur website past one year and I feel ur website is great I have improved a lot and also trying lot of ur recipes which inspires me lot . Thanks for such wonderful recipe
    Regards ,
    Akila

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  107. Hi,Can u pls try Mee Goh Reng in vegetarian style and post the recepie.I have tasted in AB and wanted to make at home.So please let me know

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  108. Happy New year & waiting for New & exciting Recipes Jayashree

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  109. With 1000 recipes and counting, This page perfectly shows your commitment and love for food. Cheers. I frequently read recepies on the Internet and your posts were featured by Google on top 10 many a times.

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  110. Dear Mami, My Mom's Request to you to add the recipe of Padhir Peni,her Peni's disintegrate in the oil.

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  111. Hi Jeyashri, this new revamped home page is brilliant ! Amazed by the various categories and variations in each👌 comes very handy... Kudos

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  112. Wow........awe recipes .......ty mam......ws surfing for millet recipes .....found urs .....vry happy ......wnt to try all recipes

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  113. thank u i was following it for 2 months
    will u help me how to make veg puff without oven?

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  114. Oh my god!!!An encyclopedia of recepie.. awesome....tried many of ur recepie...all came out with a great taste...great work mam.go ahead....

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  115. Oh my god!!!An encyclopedia of recepie.. awesome....tried many of ur recepie...all came out with a great taste...great work mam.go ahead....

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  116. I love Indian recipe, it looks very delicious and healthy, this sunday i am going in restaurant for eating that kind of food. restaurant near venkateshwar college

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  117. Hi mam,
    your recipes are all wonderful.
    Can you show me the recipe for Milagu rasam(Pepper rasam)?
    Thank you

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  118. Wow! Thanks for the huge list of Indian recipes! I'll put them to good use.
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  119. Hmm, really yummy and too much delicious please share its recipe with us i want to prepare it.chowringhee satya niketan menu

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  120. Hi Jeyashri, I am following your recipes for past few months. I have tried few of them and all came out with a great taste. I am so amazed with your work. Thank for sharing your wonderful recipes. Making us from ordinary cook to good cook :) Keep up your good work.

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  121. This was the most popular place ....nice post, i like that Tour operators in Delhi

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  122. awesome blog really great effort
    ...how many varieties ....

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  123. Dear Jeyashri,
    I have been meaning to write to you for a very long time, but somehow got missed. Just a biiiiiig thank you from myself and my sisters for all the wonderful recipes you have in your website. They are all absolutely brilliantly worded and your pictures n descriptions we just cannot not try making them. Your website is like a bible for our family. Be it if am hosting a party for loads of ppl or having a surprise guest or just feel like treating myself the 'go to' place is your website. All my deepavali bakshanams including marundhu is from your website. We sisters refer to your website so often n discuss as well to the extent we all feel as though we already know you Anyways keep rocking n continue your sterling job. God bless you n ur family, happy deepavali. - Ramya

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  124. Could u pls try neer dosa and koozh dosa pls..

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