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 Sri Lankan cuisine is very popular among many, and if you ask me I’d say that Sri Lankan food is the best. I’ve tried different cuisines, but the Sri Lankan and Tamil food is undoubtedly the best and most mouthwatering. Hehe 😉 Continue reading “Yazhpanam [Jaffna] Style Omelet Curry”
The 4th day was mostly spent on shopping in Little India, and we were happy about this decision. I was curious to visit Little India again after 20 years, and I was a bit shocked to see how much it has changed. I remebered Little India as a nice and neat place, but this is not the reality anymore! The small streets with small shops reminds pretty much of the terrible streets of India, unfortunately. But you have to experience it 😉
We started the day with breakfast at Kith Cafe, nearby our hotel at Bencoolen St., and then took the MRT from Bencoolen to Jalan Besar, and from here we walked through Veerasamy Rd. to Serangoon Rd. It was funny how I still remember the route, though I was only 10 years old back then 😛 Continue reading “Little India, Singapore”
As mentioned before, I decided to celebrate my birthday in foreign this year, but I actually didn’t have any further plans. Also my bestie told me not to plan anything for my birthday, so I did so and I didn’t have any expectations. My only request was to visit the temple on that day, because I always do so, and Tamil New Year usually falls on my birthday too. Continue reading “Birthday in Singapore”
El Torito is the second most visited restaurant by me, when I’m in Odense 😉
It is a Mexican restaurant at Vestergade 21 in Odense, their food is made up by Danish commodities and Mexican spices. I love their vegetarian options very much, especially their vegetarian burrito, I’ve got mostly. I feel I generously can recommend you to visit this place for its vegetarian meals. The only thing is their service – if they can do something to better the services, this place will be perfect 😉 Continue reading “Vegetarian Dining in Odense: El Torito”