Khichdi gets its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Khicca’ meaning - a dish made of rice and lentil.
Porridge might sound like a very bland dish but how about this multigrain porridge for your breakfast?
The Karkidaka kanji is prepared in a kashayam or a herbal concoction made of various herbs and spices.
Instead of stocking up our shelves and refrigerators, or panic buying perishable goods, it would do us good to go old school and not let food go waste.
Avoid eatables that are kept open for a long time and also those which have turned cold.
The mustard seeds may be tiny, but it definitely is 'mighty' when it comes to its amazing health benefits.
Marunnu kanji (herbal porridge) and pathila curry or dish prepared with ten different types of medicinal herbs is commonly consumed during Karkidakam.
The marunnu kanji or the porridge made with special grains and herbs boosts immunity and cleanses your system.
Here is a recipe of the gruel which has been given a Chinese twist.
With vacation time and Vishu coming together, this is the right time to introduce new dishes to the kids.