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It is an excellent source of Vitamin C.
It helps in the absorption and assimilation of nutrients.
It helps flush out toxins through the urinary system
It is excellent for digestion
It is said to  relieve the pain of menstrual cramps.

Can you guess what is it? an amazing amla in honey!

When amla soaked in honey, it absorbs honey and becomes delicious, throwing its bitterness and leaching out water containing in it. .It has a wonderful quality to treat the anaemia.  Amla in honey base is being sold in grocery and medicinal shops costly. We can make this wonderful sweet amla in our home.


Honey 500 ml
Amla fruits/Indian gooseberry  10 nos

To make Amla sweet,

Wash the amlas and pat dry them.
Cut the wedges and remove the seed.
Steam them for 8 minutes.
Allow to cool and dry.
Transfer them to a glass container and pour honey over them.
Fill the container with honey so that the steamed amlas immersed into the honey.
Close with the lid and keep them in direct sunlight for three days.
Wait for the …


Cow peas are termed as Thattai payaru/karamani in Tamil. Making sundal is very simple and easy. It is a healthy evening snack  reducing cholesterol levels, rich in antioxidants, low in fats.
This recipe is dedicated to the Divine Maa of the Universe.


cow peas 100 gms
Bellary onion small one
Green chillies two
Curry leaves 10 nos
Ginger gratings one spoon 
Coriander leaves half cup finely chopped
Sesame oil two spoons
Mustard seeds one spoon
Asafoetida half pinch
Coconut gratings half cup
Salt to taste


Soak cow peas for six hours.
Drain the water.
Steam the peas on a white wet cloth spread over the idli mould plate for 20 minutes
Heat the frying pan with sesame oil.
Add mustard seeds
When the mustard seeds popped up, add onion, green chillies, curry leaves and ginger gratings.
Saute the ingredients till the onion turn translucent.
Add the steamed cow peas and saute for a while.
Sprinkle asafoetida and salt to taste.
Simmer the flame.
Add coconut gratings and cilantro/coriander leaves an…