I am a novice to cooking trying to make my kitchen a better place to hangout D . I never really had any love for cooking growing up. But after I got married I had to cook  and eat what I cooked. Hence here I am D trying to share my recipes .

Hope u enjoy trying some of my recipes !

This is a website that exclusively has the recipes for south indian vegetarian recipes.A little abt indian cuisine………The earliest Indians, the Harappans, probably ate mainly wheat, rice and lentils, and occasionally meats such as pork, lamb, goat and chicken. Some believe that vegetarianism became popular with the arrival of Buddhism and Jainism that emphasised ahimsa (non-violence).The cuisine of Modern India has great variety and each region has its own distinctive flavours. The staple cereals are rice and wheat. North Indian staple meals consist of chapatis or rotis, wheat based and rice as staples, eaten with a wide variety of side dishes like dals, curries, yogurt, chutney and achars. South India staple dishes consist of rice, sambhar, rasam, yoghurt and curries being important side dishes.Another important ingredient in south Indian food is coconut and most popular snacks like idli dosa are also rice-based. Fish is popular in coastal states, especially West Bengal, Orissa and Kerala. Several kind of street foods like Panipuri, Vada pav, Bhelpuri, samosa, vada are popular, though they are known by different names in different regions.Most of the Indian cuisine today is a perfect blend of native indian food and unique culinary practices brought by various settlers. Appetizers and Snacks are a very modern addition to the Indian meal. The essence of Indian cuisine lies in the aroma of spices blended together and added to enhance the flavour and nutritional of each dish.


27 responses to this post.

  1. Hi Madhoo,

    I truely appreciate your website and the way you have maintained it. Especially i liked the calendar when i move the mouse on the dteas and could see the things coked on that day, that is a very creative thought and thats beautiful.

    I love cooking too and your recepies have given me a better idea on soem things i can try cooking.

    Great !!


  2. Posted by madhoori on February 27, 2007 at 12:04 pm

    Hi madhavi,

    Thanku for your valuable comments. They really mean a lot to me.



  3. Posted by sakuntala on September 17, 2007 at 11:37 am

    hi madhoo
    i also want to join ur buddies list.i saw ur websit and found it very intresting.i alos tried some recipes from tht .they were very gud
    Mrs sakuntala


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  5. Posted by Raghu on April 26, 2008 at 5:42 am


    This is a wonderful idea to create a website and share your thoughts and be part of the global family…..My wife Sudha tried some recipes and they tasted very good …think you should take it to the next leveland make this website for a bigger audoence and I am sure you will be successful.

    Thanks and all the best



  6. Nice website!!


    • Posted by NARESH on April 11, 2012 at 4:00 pm

      hmm it is one of the best site for food …
      you can also visit kmshomemadefood.blogspot.infor more no of recepies …
      u can enjot them ,,,…:)


  7. Madhuri Garu,

    I am very happy with your posting on my blog, which guided me to visit your site. Your site is excellent. I appreciate the effort you have put-in at a young age having a small kid on hand. There are many rare Recipes to be learnt by me from your site. I would be visiting your site often.

    Wish you all the best


  8. Posted by Jyothi on November 17, 2008 at 6:55 am

    Hi Madhuri,

    Awesome way to let people know how to cook south Indian dishes. I truly appriciate your afforts Madhu. You keep rocking.

    Thank you for all your time and efforts.



  9. Posted by recipesbysam on December 11, 2008 at 4:27 am

    Hi Madhoo,

    It is great to find someone floating in the same boat. I had entirely zero connection with the kitchen before marriage but times have changed and the stove seems to have become one of my best buds….he he he. Your blog is great and I have added you to my blogroll. Hoping to learn something new from a fellow enthusiast…



  10. Posted by vaishnavi on June 8, 2009 at 7:59 pm

    hi madhoo, i was searching for this cauliflower pckl for a long time nd nw i got it…when i made it my hubby liked it a lot…tnks.


  11. Posted by Kiran Kumar on September 19, 2009 at 10:00 am

    Hi Madhoo,

    This is great website that I am searching for and being following by few weeks as of now, every week myself and my wife try on different items by watching TVs and this site. This site is very helpful and continuing to make each item a special. I look forward to improve by adding more and more recipes to the site. Thanks a lot for this….



  12. Posted by Rekha on November 24, 2009 at 4:08 am

    its amazing…am engaged and ready to get married and dont know how to cook even a single dish..this site is very usefull for me…thanx a lot for this site maker…


  13. Hello Rekha,
    Congratulations! Hope this site helps you to becoming a wonderful cook .Keep dropping by for more new recipes…….

    Website owner


  14. Thankyou Vaishnavi, kiran kumar,Baby,Raghu ,Jyothy and all the anonymous visitors for your encouraging comments.


  15. Posted by Anuradha on March 29, 2010 at 8:11 am

    Nice site….wld like to get new recipes from u…..


  16. Posted by johng on May 17, 2010 at 7:10 am

    Yes, this a great site, and thank you for your passion and hard work. I stumbled upon your site looking for a Dum Aloo Gobi recipe, and am intrigued.

    Quick question about that recipe, I went to 3 Indian grocery stores looking for Curds, and none of them knew what I was looking for. Does Curds have a different name?

    And you are talking about Curds, like curds and whey, right?

    Thank you so much for your time here.




  18. Posted by Rao Mangipudi on September 14, 2011 at 11:44 am

    Name in English or Hindi for VAKKAYYA(Telugu)


  19. Posted by Sudheera Lingamaneni on November 4, 2011 at 11:50 pm

    Hi Madhuri,
    I saw your website found it interesting It is great to find someone floating in the same boat. I had entirely zero connection with the kitchen before marriage but later on started experimenting with various dishes. Thanx a ton for holding such a wonderful blog


  20. Posted by Munindra on December 7, 2011 at 5:50 am

    Hi sir,

    I spoke to you once, but i missplaced ur contact no.so if possible please mail to me.
    Email id:ramaturbo@gmail.com
    Contact no:+91 9849195769


  21. Posted by Keerthi Sabbineni on December 22, 2011 at 3:51 pm

    Hello…….its great to know about the names in different languages particularly English..

    Can I find the name of Asparagus(English) in telugu…

    In Hindi it was “Shatwar, sootmooli, halyan” all are the vernacular names…..


    I have a suggestion for you….Please maintain the images for the list of vegetable, spices, etc… you provided here….this may be good for remembering….

    If any support is needed I’ll help u…

    Email: keerthisabbineni@gmail.com


  22. Hey Madhoo !!
    Nice blog !!… I have recently started mine … Do chk out mine too 🙂
    Love Life !!
    Sudha 🙂



  23. Posted by ravi on September 17, 2013 at 4:54 am

    Hello Madhoo

    This is ravi from Hyderabad.

    I like your blog.
    We are currently into health and beauty and starting the recipes.
    Would you like to write for mine? Its all about recipes. If you are interested please email me to goldenpetals@gmail.com

    I would be happy to pay on article basis.

    Thanks a lot


  24. Posted by S.Venkateswara Reddy on March 19, 2015 at 9:23 am

    This is sv reddy from ongole
    I like your blog.
    We are currently into health and beauty and starting the recipes.
    Would you like to write for mine? Its all about recipes.


  25. Posted by ashok on February 28, 2017 at 1:40 am

    tell me the english word of sajjalu


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