It is one of those comfort brunches which you can prepare at the drop of a hat. All you need is some chicken keema, basic veggies and bread in your stock and you're good to go. This burger also makes for a great office/school lunch. Serve with some fries if you don't mind the calories. :)
It's that day of the week again. Wake up early, make myself a nice cuppa(bigger the better) hot filter coffee and get to packing lunch for the kids. This South Indian tomato rice is easy to prepare and pack in 'tiffin carriers' as they were called, I fondly remember. Here is my version of this mildly spiced and slightly tangy 'sadam'.
Piping hot steamed rice cakes with coconut and gorgeous egg roast. What could possibly be more spoiling than that?! Eggs in a delicious onion and tomato based gravy paired with steamed rice flour is the dish of the day. It is one of the most popular breakfast combos in Kerala. Some other combinations for the steamed rice is black channa curry or pappad, ghee, sugar or boiled green gram with coconut and sugar. Of course, you can always make your own combinations as you go and make an entree of this steamed rice flour with a side dish of your choice. Make this treat at home over the weekend and help your kiddies experience the aroma and taste of a Kerala home while you revoke some memories of old times that bring a smile to your face. Happy cooking and eating!!! :)
Like its name, this incredibly rich and flavourful curry will definitely transport you to the era of the Nawabs. I was in the mood to experiment with the concoction of nuts with chicken, and since cashew and almonds have been used and overused, decided to give walnuts a try. I am not a walnut-eater in general, but still I was happy with the outcome and the way my parents almost licked it off their plates!