Puli Inji, Inji Thayir and Inji Kichadi

28 Responses

  1. sojo says:

    wowwwwwwwwwwww…. oru sadya-kke irrikkan thonnunnu. lovely pics as usual…very very tempting and professional!!!!

  2. Looks so inviting and lovely. I love your leaf shaped wood bowl.

  3. An Open Book says:

    inji thayir sounds brilliant…next time i have the urge 2 eat a mallu far i shall try this

  4. Ramya says:

    Yummy ooo yummmy…Inji puli and Puli Inji adipoli aayitundu..

  5. Tina says:

    yummy yummy yummyyyyyy…

  6. Rekha shoban says:

    adipoli puli inji and thayir inji!nice click!

  7. aipi says:

    Great recipes – they sound very authentic!
    Loved your cute bowl 🙂
    US Masala

  8. super delicious and inviting !! excellent clicks !!

  9. Wow adipoli,randum nannayitundu,nice clicks dear.

  10. Priya says:

    Both looks irresistible,tongue tickling dishes..

  11. Reshmi says:

    perfectly done.. love the cute little bowl..

  12. Jennifurla says:

    bright and gorgeous color

  13. Suman Singh says:

    mouth-watering pickle, looks so tempting and yummy!

  14. Satrupa says:

    Looks so delicious ….. the wooden bowl n spoon are so cuteee

  15. Swathi says:

    Kuthari chorum,inji puliyum, thairum entha bahavane eni vendathu unu kazikan.

  16. Nisha says:

    I just drool over the rice in your pics , makes me miss home . Both ginger recipes are my favs

  17. Om Mouthwatering here…yummy
    Always love ur tempting clicks…

  18. Vidhya says:

    I am drooling looking at the pictures.Made your banana chips for Vishu,they turned out too good. Now I will have to make a new batch for Vishu as there is nothing left.

  19. Adipoli maya, enne ethina engane kothipikane…

  20. Healthy delicious recipes dear….
    nice clicks 🙂

  21. divya says:

    Fantastic…irresistibly yumm..

  22. Yummy Team says:

    Thank You All!!

    @ Vidhya,
    Thanks for trying out the banana chips..Glad to hear that they came out well 🙂

  23. wow..beautiful and tempting pics….inji curry okke kootti choru okke kazhichittu kure kaalam aayi..

  24. tats awesome … my hubbys fav..

  25. Anonymous says:

    should we grind roasted ginger or add yogurt to roasted mix as such.

  26. Maya Akhil says:


    Add the yogurt directly to the slightly cooled roasted ginger. You dont need to grind it.

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