Sujitha Nair

Hi welcome to sujis cooking,

I am Sujitha from Kerala South India, now live in Dubai with my husband Ratheesh and little one Aadhith.

I love cooking mainly traditional Kerala and Indian recipes. And I would like to share some of my recipes which I have tried in my kitchen and liked by my family and friends. My recipes are mainly from my family and friends .some I have been adapted from magazines, cookery books and from other websites (due credits given)I am not a trained chef or expert just a house wife with a passion of cooking..I tried to give the exact measurement, however please adjust the measurements to suit your taste level. Hope you will enjoy these simple recipes.

Thanks for visiting my blog. Happy cooking!

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