June 12, 2014

Thengai-Pottukadalai chutney / Coconut-Dalia Chutney

How to make Thengai-Pottukadalai chutney / Coconut-Dalia Chutney

         Many of the Tamilian households, get away with repeatedly making this Chutney for breakfast and dinner to accompany their popular tiffin items like Idli, Dosai, Upma, Pongal, Kichadi etc. I have seen people requesting this Chutney for Poori's or even steamed white rice. The pro's of this Chutney are that, this can be made in a jiffy; is equally liked by all age groups (my kids call it the 'White Chutney') and goes with almost any south indian tiffin. 

How to make Thengai-Pottukadalai chutney / Coconut-Dalia Chutney

Choco-Nana Sweet Sandwiches

How to make Choco-Nana Sweet Sandwiches

         I try my best & succeed most of the time, in my attempts to not stock Nutella at home. If I do buy, I have to make it a point to hide the jar from my kid! Now; if only I had an episode of selective amnesia every time my craving hits - that would be great for my waistline too ;o) Truth be told, I prefer stocking Nutella, over most brands of milk chocolates, as this can do more, than just satisfy a sweet tooth - like being a part of this delectably sweet & crunchy sandwich.

         Have you tried a sweet & crunchy sandwich before? Simple everyday ingredients make up this delicious sandwich, that's crunchy on the outside; soft & creamy on the inside. This is an all time favorite with kids & a must have for weekend breakfast in my home. The soft banana slices add an interesting texture to this otherwise crunchy sandwich. Add slivered nuts of your choice to make it more healthy & appetizing. 


Thick slices of White Bread -4 slices
Butter - for toasting
Ripe Banana - 1
Sugar - 1 Tbsp
Cinnamon powder - 1 to 2 tsp
Nutella (Chocolate Hazelnut) spread
(Optional) chopped Nuts - 1 Tbsp

Choco Nana Sweet Sandwich

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