Blog Posts - Breakfast And Dinner



Kadmbuttu, Steamed Rice Balls

          Kadmbuttu/ Steamed Rice Balls, this is a Coorg dish ( Kodava Cuisine ), I had eaten this only once, during our trip to Coorg, we had stayed in a Coffee estate, the cook had made this dish for us. Traditionally Kadmb...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jul 25, 2014

Kambu Idli, Pearl Millet Idli

          Many of us are opting for healthy options, trying to replace white rice and flour with whole grains, brown rice and whole wheat flour. Millets is another healthy choice, there are so many varieties, ragi/ finger mil...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jul 18, 2014

Simple Gujarati Khichdi

          Khichdi, a healthy and tasty dish with rice and lentils, it's an easy dish, that can be put together in no time. It's somewhat similar to the south Indian Pongal, and there are different versions to it, Bengali, Raj...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jun 25, 2014

Carrot And Onion Dosa, Crepes

          One dish that we never get tired of eating at home is dosas, be it the plain ones using the regular idli/ dosa batter or the others using different dals/ lentils and vegetables or instant dosas using different flour...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jun 21, 2014

Radhaballabhi, Dal Stuffed Puris, Khachoris

          Radhaballabhi, the name sounds like somebody's name, well, at least for me, but then only a couple of weeks back, I saw this on a TV show, and then as I had already mentioned in my post on Aloor Dum, I made it the v...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jun 2, 2014

Ragi Dosai, Finger Millet Crepes

          On weekdays, our morning breakfast is mostly idlis and dosas, I always have the idli/ dosa batter, and on those days that I don't have it, I make these instant dosas with ragi or bajra flours, which are not only hea...
by Aromatic Cooking on May 21, 2014

Paruppu Dosai, Lentil Crepes

          Dosas, this is one tiffin that we have at least 2 or 3 times in the week, either for breakfast or dinner. Apart from the regular dosa made from a fermented rice and urad dal batter, we can make so many varieties, us...
by Aromatic Cooking on Apr 22, 2014

Eggless Julekake, Norwegian Christmas Bread

          This time I am very late in posting for the monthly Eggless Challenge, but at least, I am happy that at least I was able to make it finally. Julekake/ Norwegian Christmas Bread was our challenge for this month and w...
by Aromatic Cooking on Apr 9, 2014

Pasta With Sun Dried Tomatoes And Paneer ( Indian Cottage Cheese )

          My husband was having his dinner outside, with his colleagues, and it was just me and my daughter for dinner. I had decided on making pasta, but there was no cheese or pasta sauce at home, but still I had made up my...
by Aromatic Cooking on Mar 17, 2014

Cucumber Idlis, Taushe Idli, Cucumber Cake

          Cucumber Idlis, also known as Taushe Idli ( taushe meaning cucumber ) is a popular Konkani breakfast dish. I first read about it in Aayi's Recipes, a wonderful blog on Konkani cuisine, and have made it so many times...
by Aromatic Cooking on Mar 12, 2014

Carrot, Paneer ( Cottage Cheese ) Sandwiches And Rolls

          My family likes savory sandwiches, when I am tired of making the regular cucumber and tomato sandwich, I try to make something with a different filling. Carrots and paneer make a nice combination, even kids  (...
by Aromatic Cooking on Feb 28, 2014

Savory Bread Toast

          We have bread for breakfast, at least once a week, mostly it's a sandwich with guacamole or pesto and cheese or with some kind of spread. For a change I made this savory toast, though it's very easy and tasty, it's...
by Aromatic Cooking on Feb 10, 2014

Broken Wheat And Vermicelli Upma, Udaicha Godumai Semiya Upma

          After all the pongal and festival food that we had for the last of couple of days, I thought I'll post a simple dish today, Broken Wheat And Vermicelli Upma. In the past, I have made upmas using only vermicelli or o...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jan 17, 2014

Dill Adai, Dill Crepes

                  Here in Bangalore, when I buy Dill leaves, it's always a very big bunch. For those who are not familiar with dill, it's one other herb with a very strong flavor and widely used in cuisine...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jan 9, 2014

Eggless Banana Pancakes

          Last week I bought some bananas, the three of us ate some but then, as usual, there was some left which was overripe. Most of the time, this ends up in the garbage, but this time I had so many left and I had to do s...
by Aromatic Cooking on Nov 19, 2013

Muttakos Adai, Cabbage Adai

          Adai is a family favorite, it's not only tasty but also very nutritious. I usually make the regular Paruppu Adai just with rice and dal batter mixed with onions and coconut or the Vazhaipoo Adai with the same batter...
by Aromatic Cooking on Nov 15, 2013

Aval Upma, Poha Upma

          It's been a week since I checked on my blog, had been on a trip to Coorg and came back only on Saturday. It was a different kind of a vacation, very relaxed and peaceful, saw for the first time, a coffee estate, lea...
by Aromatic Cooking on Nov 11, 2013

Drumstick Curry, Murungakkai Pirattal, Curry

          Whenever I bought drumsticks/ murungakkai, the only dish that I made was a sambar with it. Especially, when we were in the US, where drumsticks was a rare thing at least where I stayed, I would never try any other d...
by Aromatic Cooking on Oct 24, 2013

Mushroom, Baby Corn And Basil Risotto

          I had bought this box of Arborio rice some time back, wanted to make risotto with it, but kept putting it off, I thought I'll taste risotto first at a restaurant and then do it. But I never got a chance to taste it...
by Aromatic Cooking on Oct 21, 2013

Bread Upma

          Both my husband and daughter are not big fans of plain bread and jelly/ jam. They prefer savory sandwiches in the morning, I usually make the pesto sandwich or guacamole sandwich, or atleast some sandwich with somet...
by Aromatic Cooking on Oct 16, 2013


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