A recipe made using farm plucked, organic raw bananas and coconut milk. Cooked in the middle of the banana fields. A recipe from the local farming community in Trichy.
Who doesnt love Murukku? Do you know how the famous Manapaarai Murukku came on the food map of South India? Many many years ago a small town called Manaparai was famous for its cows and milk (remember the song manaparai maadu katti?). At a time when trains halted in the station, an Iyer used to… Continue reading Manapaarai Murukku story
Trichy, home to the Malai Kottai, Sri Rangam is also home to the famous Michael’s Ice Cream. You can clearly see a Trichy native going nostalgic over this ice cream parlour. When I see their ice cream, I am reminded of the ‘softy/ soft serve machines’ in cinema theatres those days that churned out different… Continue reading Michael’s Ice cream
A strong cup of filter coffee at Ambuja Maami’s house kept me asking for more. As I crossed the Sri Rangam temple gopuram the aroma of freshly brewed coffee caught my attention. I walked into the shop (that has no name board by the way) and got to understand that it was the famous ‘Murali… Continue reading Murali Kaapi Kadai – Srirangam
Steamed millet cakes made with rice, vegetables, mustard and chillies. Has a video of how the recipe is done too.