No Ferment : Horse Gram and Ragi Dosa

With dosa there are no worries about getting the proportions correct. All you need is a well seasoned tawa. My measurements were based on a coffee mug and my fist. Horse Gram : One Coffee Mug. Whole Ragi : One Coffee Mug. Raw rice : One fistful. Whole Urad : 2 or maybe it wasContinue reading “No Ferment : Horse Gram and Ragi Dosa”

Little Millet's Divine

Little Millet’s Divine This is a simple one pot dish that bursts with flavors and is very easy to make. You Need: Little Millet, exactly 1 cup. This will serve two adults. Water, exactly 1.25 cups. Carrots, cut into small pieces. Sweet Potato, cut into small pieces. Green chilly, chopped up. Fresh Turmeric, an inch,Continue reading “Little Millet's Divine”

Jhatpat Prawns

A simple and quick prawns recipe that can be either a starter or extended into a full meal. You Need: Prawns : Cleaned and de-veined. Chopped Shallots. The small onions commonly used in Sambhar. Ginger Garlic paste. Red Chilly powder. Turmeric powder. Coriander powder. Lemon juice. Butter. If extending into a full meal Cooked Millet’sContinue reading “Jhatpat Prawns”

When Rajma met Millet

First the Rajma: You need: About 250 gms of Red Beans soaked in water for at least 10 hours. 2 Onions, chopped. 2 Green Chilies. 2 Tomatoes. 1 Teaspoon of Ginger Garlic paste. 1 heaped Tablespoon of Coriander Powder. 1 heaped Tablespoon of Garam Masala Powder. 1/4 teaspoon Turmeric. Mustard oil. First saute the onionsContinue reading “When Rajma met Millet”

Lemon Millet or Rice

You need: Cooked millet or rice. 2-3 carrots diced Some chopped shallots 2 chopped green chilies Some peanuts A little chopped ginger. 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric. The juice of 2 lemons. Fry peanuts in oil using medium heat for 2-3 mins or till they are almost cooked. If you like them crispy, cook longer. ThenContinue reading “Lemon Millet or Rice”