Sattu atta made with harbara Dal is of a fine consistency which makes it suitable for more than just making Indian flat breads and baked goodies. Sattu Flour also forms the basis for a very special summer drink which is so unique in its flavour profile.Continue reading
Sattu atta or Sattu maavu is familiarly mentioned as a quick breakfast option or as a meal which is easy on the purse strings. A child who fusses over eating a substantial breakfast is made to quickly chug down a tumbler of a sattu drink because it is thought to be fuss free and healthy.Continue reading
Rujuta Diwekar, the celebrity nutritionist who is a crusader of all Indian superfoods, mentioned the Aliv seeds on her social media pages as hashtag ‘immunity booster’. Known for her witty repartees while conveying nutrition information to her adoring viewers, Rujuta is...Continue reading
The Kaakvi is an ingredient which came from the process of turning the sugarcane sap into jaggery. In TamilNadu this is referred to as “thaenpagu”. It is dark, the colour of burnished amber and is sweet on the tongue but doesn’t feel heavy on the palate. It is light because it is only partially reduced before the sap caramelises fully to become jaggery.Continue reading
Thick slices of banana bread tucked into a vintage steel dabba fit easily into a backpack to take along on a road trip or a mountain trek. Try this delicious recipe which is perfect for anytime of year.