About Aarthi

Over the past few years I’ve been on a mission to find and create recipes that I can make from scratch. I hope you enjoy the recipes on this blog as they are tried and true from my kitchen to yours!

Reader Interactions


  1. Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal

    whoa !!! that looks to die for. Love the color, paste everything, amazing, very new recipes. Please also free to send it to my coconut event. this fits the bill.

  2. BlueLady

    It´s a delicious dish. You´re explained perfectly well.
    A greeting!!

  3. Chitra

    theeyal looks mouthwatering....love the dark brown color...just the way i like it...yum

  4. Priya

    Super delicious fingerlicking theeyal,inviting..

  5. R

    what an awesome curry, luv all the exotic flavors going in there....

  6. Anonymous

    Could be your greatest piece I have seen

  7. Dzoli

    I love the brown dish.Is that earthware?

  8. Amina Khaleel

    wow.. gravy looks awesome.. liked your step by step pictorial very much... you put in so much effort... keep up the good work...

  9. Torviewtoronto

    yummy looking delicious dish

  10. Mélange

    Extremely tempting theeyal with channa.This makes me bit nostalgic and a sense of craving builds up..Nice work Aarthi.

  11. Rajee

    Hey Aarthi...... I love this dish so much..

  12. Yuvana's Favourites

    looks colourful and yummy

  13. Amelia's De-ssert

    Aarthi, oh! it looks so delicious. Lovely presentation.

  14. Rekha shoban

    yummy theeya...doing in earthern pot gives yummy taste!

  15. sophie @ sophies foodie files

    MMMMM,..;your dish looks utterly tasty! 🙂

    thanks for visiting my blog so that I could discover yours!

    What is channa? Looks intruiging!

  16. Aarthi

    @Sophie..Channa is what you call as Chickpeas

  17. Aarthi

    @Dzoli you are right..It is earthware

  18. Lynn

    Mmm, this looks delicious! It looks like you have lots of good stuff cooking over here. Thanks for coming by to visit. It's great to meet you 🙂

  19. Tina

    perfet with hot rice nd curd..looks prfect nd tempting..

  20. Shaheen

    The coconut gravy sounds lovely. I love chickpeas too!

  21. Becca's Dirt

    I am your newest follower. Thanks for stopping by my cooking blog. Soup looks yummy.

  22. Ricki Jill Treleaven

    Mention coconut gravy, and you have my full, undivided attention! This one sounds like heaven.

  23. Anonymous

    Where will you get cluster beans,turkey berry.Will you get this in the kerela shop!!!

  24. Aarthi

    @AnonymousYes i think you can get in any indian shops

  25. Tina Chahal

    Where can I find the dried stuff that you put before adding the channa's?
    Are these available in the South Indian grocery place in Canada?

  26. Aarthi

    @Tina ChahalYes it will be available..Look in the papad and vadam section

  27. Anonymous

    Really your receipes are very yummy . I like it very much. Easy simple and yummy. Thanks aarthi

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