You either hate it or love it. No one we have ever met is ambiguous about the bitter gourd. However, given its unbeatable health benefits, we believe this is a vegetable that should be included in your meal rotation. Girija Paati’s curry is a great way to introduce this into your family meals.
We recently found out that the knol khol is actually wild cabbage related to broccoli, brussel sprouts and kale! We always thought it was a form of turnip and was a cousin of root vegetables like the beetroot! Ah! Looks can be deceiving right?!
Rasam, a staple South Indian dish, is a paradox. Seemingly easy and straightforward to make, this is one dish that is the ultimate test of a cook’s patience and precision.
Here we share Girija Paati’s classic tomato rasam, that is the perfect combination of sweet, sour and spicy, a definite treat for the taste buds.
Girija Paati’s Murungakkai or Drumstick curry allows the simplicity of this unique vegetable to take center stage and is a classic South Indian recipe that takes very little time to make.
Every coastal region of India has it’s unique coconut-based recipes, be it Goa, Maharashtra, Kerala or Tamilnadu. Girija Paati’s Thengai Thogayal (Spicy Coconut Rice Mix Paste) is one of the simplest of Tamilnadu’s coconut recipes. A dish that can act as a chutney for dosas, a rice mix and a side dish for phulkas.
While Morninga leaves (drumstick tree leaves) have become a fad, quite recently, all over the world, we Indians have been using drumsticks and their leaves for eons. Here is one of our popular brinjal and drumstick recipes, Girija Paati style.