Classic Glazed Donuts

Learn how to make eggless classic glazed donuts with a quick recipe tutorial

Classic Glazed Donuts Recipe | Make Eggless Doughnuts from scratch | Foodomania

Classic Glazed Donuts! I’m finally posting the recipe for something I made 2 years ago. Homemade doughnuts are somewhat of a favorite at my place. Deep fried dough dunked in sugar glaze… could it getting easier and tastier than that?

Yeah, it isn’t one of the healthier desserts, but with Holidays round the corner, you’ve got to have some classic old recipes up your sleeve to impress your loved ones. And this recipe for classic glazed donuts can be made by vegetarians too – since it doesn’t require any eggs!

Read on to watch the video tutorial and get the printable recipe…   (more…)

Paruppu Kuzhambu (One-pot Dal Sambar)

Paruppu Kuzhambu – A simple Tamil-style one-pot Sambar

Paruppu Kuzhambu Recipe | Tamil-style Dal Sambar (lentil kulambu) - South Indian Sambar - Foodomania

Sambar is synonymous with South Indian cuisine. It is served along with almost every meal – breakfast / lunch / dinner

While the coconut-based Sambar is flavorful, delicious and my favorite way of cooking the dish – if you’re looking to make a simpler version of the Sambar, then you can use this recipe.   (more…)

Homemade Applesauce

Learn how to make homemade Applesauce with this nifty recipe!

How to make Homemade Applesauce Recipe | Step by step recipe tutorial for applesauce | How to make applesauce at home | Foodomania

Applesauce is such an amazingly useful thing to have in your refrigerator!

Since my buttermilk-in-baking discovery, I’ve had an amazing string of recipe-successes while experimenting with bread dough. Similarly, applesauce is that one thing that has completely changed the way I bake anything sweet (cakes, brownies, cupcakes, muffins, pancakes etc.).  (more…)

Tomato Rasam

Easy South Indian Tomato Rasam with Dal – finally!

Tomato Rasam with Dal Recipe | How to make quick south Indian Rasam or Sathumudhu with step by step pictures by Kavitha R of Foodomania.com

5 years of food blogging and I am yet to share something that I eat almost everyday – The famous South Indian Tomato Rasam!

It is tangy, spicy and aromatic. It goes well with rice, vadas or as is like a soup. This versatile dish is one of the most loved soup/side among South Indians – and rightly so.

Tomato Rasam with Dal takes 30-45 minutes tops, if you have everything on hand. It is something we make almost on a daily basis.   (more…)