Pickled onions is nowadays something that can be eaten with almost anything that’s not sweet; let it be salads, sandwich, cheese, burger, soups and other warm meals. I love pickled onions as much as I love the tamil achcharu 😉 And guess what?? I can even eat pickled onions with rice & curry 😉Continue reading “Pickled Onions”
Last friday I went to Copenhagen to spend some time with one of my friends, who invited me to see Adam & Noah live, a stand-up comedy show. Why not? – I LOVE comedy 😉Continue reading “Guru – Indian Restaurant & La Glace in Copenhagen”
Bhajji is a very popular type of fritter in many states in India, especially Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Odisha, Assam and West Bengal. In south it’s commonly known as “bhajji”, whereas it is known as “bhajiya” in the other states.
Nowadays you can eat bhajjies all over the country, and also in other places like Sri Lanka and Malaysia.
Bhajji is a snack food where various vegetables are dipped in a mixture of gram flour batter and deep fried. Though my family is from Sri Lanka, we love bhajjies very much 😉 Continue reading “Veggie Bhajjies”
It’s been ages since I last posted a recipe here, and I’m so sorry. Felt that I didn’t really have the time and energy to post long posts here for the past 8-9 months, as I’ve been busy with other things. Moreover I had troubles with my laptop and so. But I’m back now! 🙂
The Tamil/Ilangai cuisine is very popular among many, and if you ask me I’d say that Tamkl food is the best. I’ve tried different cuisines, but the Tamil food is undoubtedly the best and most mouthwatering. Hehe 😉 Continue reading “Yazhpanam [Jaffna] Style Omelet Curry”
Also lunch on the 4th day was celebrated with the best feast at Dindigul Thalappakatti Restaurant at Leboh Ampang.
We were so much impressed with the food and the service, and the staff, that we HAD to go for another lunch here. Continue reading “Day 4 in KL – 2nd lunch at Dindigul Thalappakatti Restaurant”