Showing posts from August 21, 2016


A charismatic dessert is posted today for your kind attention..!
The titillating sweetness of apple with the crunchy nuttiness of almonds make this day as " Red letter Day".
How to make apple halwa?
Two apples Sugar with five almonds one cup (ground into the grainy texture) Cardamom only one crushed Almonds four Cow ghee one cup Cow milk half cup
Wash the apples and peel off. Cut into small portions and remove the seed part. Blend them with milk to a paste. Heat the apple paste in a wok over a medium flame. Saute for a couple of minutes. Add powdered sugar with almonds. Mix and cook in a medium flame. The mixture is getting concentrated to a gravy texture. Add ghee little by little. Cook in a low flame for five minutes, until the halwa non sticky. Add one tablespoon of ghee and mix again. Switch off the flame and keep the halwa aside. Now crush the cardamom seeds and sprinkle over the halwa. Just grate the four almonds and sprinkle them over the halwa. Mix them gently.
Now you…


Vallarai is otherwise called as brahmi leaves are well known for South Indian people as brain booster, The leaves are slightly bitter in the taste. When they saute in the heat, it will be tasteful with cooked dal and spices.

Vallarai has diuretic property. It is a memory booster and our elders always try to feed us with these greens, whenever the herb is available in the market. this is good for entire nervous system. Moreover, it has anti inflammatory quality and treats joint pain. It is a memory enhancer and gives mental clarity.
It treats epilepsy, alchemier disease wonderfully. This greens are well known from the very ancient period for its miraculous health service naturally. 

There are so many versions of cooking for obtaining its benefits directly.
I posted many versions already. This is an another version with protein contents.  The kootu is made with mazoor dal and vallarai greens mingled with few spices.

Try this kootu and feed your loving kids weekly once and you will wonder how …