A cooking combo 4m breakfast to dinner at simizworld & kitchen :)


                                        let me start with breakfast…

                                            Seven-Year Itch & the challenge of  #Barathon 2018

                                  and my challenge is on exploring about cooking in my kitchen

The final post of #Barathon thank you @blogarhythm happy to be the part of this challenge 


Veg shavige bath (vermicelli upma)

Ing: –
Shavige (vermicelli) – 2bowl
Ghee – 3tbsp
Oil – 4tbsp
Onion – 1chopped
Chillis – 5
Peas – ½cup
Carrot – 2chopped
Beans – ½cup chopped
Tomato – 1chopped
Ginger – grated 2tbsp
Lemon – 1
Zeera – 1tbsp
Mustard seeds – 1tbsp
Uraddal – 1tbsp
Dry fruits – fried
Bengal gram – 2tblsp
Peanut – 3tbsp
Salt – to taste
Sugar – ½tbsp (optional)
Coriander – for garnish chopped
Water: – to cook 2cups
Method: – a pan add ghee once melted add vermicelli & fry till golden brown & keep aside. the same pan add oil, zeera, mustard, dals, peanuts & fry till golden. add curry leaves, chilies, onion, vegs & ginger fry till thy cook well in oil. add water, salt, sugar & lemon & mix well.
5.once water starts boiling add vermicelli & mix well cook it on low flame till water absorb & leave it to cook for 5 minutes till u get it vermicelli consistency.
6.remove it in serving plate garnish with coriander & dry fruits.


without a sweet I guess our breakfast is incomplete … so here is my sweet dish which can be served along with the breakfast

                                                                             Rawa(suji) coconut ladoo



Ing: –
Suji(Rawa) 1cup
Coconut 1cup
Powdered sugar 1¼ cup
Cardamom 1tbsp
Ghee 5-6tbsp
Dry fruits chopped & fried




Method: –
In a pan add 2tbsp ghee.
Add rawa & keep mixing for 3mnts.
Now add coconut.
Mix well both together.
Once you get a good aroma add cardamom powder.
Off the flame & let it cool
Once cooled add dry fruits sugar powder & 4tbsp ghee
Mix well & make small round shaped ladoo.
You can store it for a week 😊


Along with breakfast can we have a drink?? yes here is the drink


                                                                         Apple rose milkshake 🍸🍹🍷



Ing: –
2.rose syrup
3.sugar or honey optional
3.elaichi ( cardamom)
4.milk mixed with very little water

Method: –
In a jar add all the ingredients, ice cube ( optional) it’s for my kid so I am not adding… and give it a good blend & serve it in a juice glass… 


After breakfast here comes the turn of lunch 

let me start with sabji for roti

Acharibendi: –

Ing: –
Bendi ( ladies finger) as per ur need
Chilies 5-6
Coriander for garnish
Onion 1 chopped
Tomatoes 2chopped
Zeera 1tbsp
Turmeric 1½ tbsp
Masala powder 1tbsp
Mango pickle gravy 2tbsp
Salt to taste
Lemon ½tbsp
Sugar ½tbsp (optional)
Mustard oil 4-5tbsp

Method: –
Take a frying pan to add 3tbsp oil & bendi, lemon & turmeric fry till thy cook well in oil & keep aside.
In the same pan add oil, zeera, garlic, onion & fry till golden brown.
Now add tomatoes & cook well till they are soft.
Now add salt, turmeric, masala powder & pickle gravy & mix & cook for 3mnts.
Add the fried bendi, sugar & cook everything for 3-4mnts & garnish with coriander.
Serve hot with roti…

shall I serve some coconut burfi ??

Coconut barfi: – 


Ing: –
Coconut – 1full grated
Sugar – ¾ cup
Ghee – 4tbsp
Milk – 4-5tbsp
Cardamom powder – ½tbsp





Method: –
1. In a frying pan add ghee 2tbsp let it melt
2.add coconut fry for 3mnts & add sugar fry till sugar gets well mixed & melt properly
4.add milk & mix well
5.keep mixing till u get a good aroma
6.add cardamom & mix well cook for 4mnts & off the flame take a plate to apply 2tbsp ghee on it & add the fried coconut & spread evenly
8.let it cool & cut into a diamond shape.


After roti, sabji and sweet let us move on to rice 


Huli- chitra Anna – majage Saru ( masal- rice): –

Chhitraanna is a well known basic South Indian recipe… A friendly & quick to cook recipe.
Majage saru: – made with buttermilk which keeps our body cool…

Chitraanna: –
Ing: –
Cooked rice – 2 bowl
Peanut – 4tbsp
Mustard- ½ tbsp
Zeera – ½ Tbsp
Hing – 2pinch
Turmeric – ½tbsp
Uraddal – 1tbsp
Chanadal – 1tbsp
Tamarind pulp – 1tbsp
Jaggery – 1tbsp
Masala powder – ½tbsp
Salt – to taste
Green chilies – 5-6
Hing – 2pinch
Curry leaves 5-6
Coriander – for garnish
Method : –
1.Take a pan to add oil heat it & add mustard, zeera, dals, peanuts & fry till golden brown.
2.add curry leaves, chillies & mix well.
3.add tamarind pulp little water & mix. add turmeric, hing, salt, masala, jaggery & mix well.
5. Cook it for 5-6 mins.
6. Now add the cooked rice & chopped coriander & mix well

Majage Saru: –
Ing: –
Plain buttermilk – 2-3 cups
Oil – 1tbsp
Mustard – ½tbsp
Zeera – ½tbsp
Hing – 2pinch
Curry leaves – 5
Dry red chilies – 3
Sugar ½tbsp
Salt – to taste
Oil – 1tbsp
Zeera powder – ½tbsp
Onion -1chopped
Coriander – for garnish
Method: a pan make the tadka
2.oil once heated add mustard, zeera, hing, curry leaves, chillies, chopped onions fry them. Let it cool add the tadka to buttermilk & mix well by adding salt, sugar, zeera powder..
4.garnish with coriander.
Serve it with chitraaana

some dal rice??

Drumstick raw mango sambar

Ing: –
Moongdal – ½cup
Oil – 3tbsp
Zeera – 2tbsp
Tomato – 1chopped
Raw mango – 3tbsp grated 3tbsp
Methi – ½tbsp
Salt – to taste
Jaggery – 1tbsp
Turmeric – ½tbsp
Red chili powder – as per your taste
Sambar masala – ½tbsp
Garlic – 1full crushed
Mustard seeds – ½tbsp
Hing – 3pinch
Coriander – pressure cook & garnish
Onion – 1chooped
Curry leaves – 5
Chop drumsticks and cook separately
Method: –
1. Pressure cook dal, tomato, ½tbsp zeera, chopped coriander, ½tbsp oil 3 whistle, oil ½tbsp
2. Tadka – in a pan add oil, zeera, mustard, garlic fry till garlic gets golden brown & curry leaves add chopped onion & mix well & add this to cooked dal and add raw mango
4.keep the dal for cooking on low flame add salt, turmeric, chili powder, masala powder & jaggery & drumstick
6.once it starts boiling add hing & garnish with coriander
7.serve hot with hot rice


Now comes the turn of dinner 

Sall, we start with DAL ROTI???




moongdal – half bowl ( as per your need to)

tomato – 2 chopped

onion – 1 chopped

garlic – 1small chopped or crushed

ginger – 1tbsp grated

curry leaves – 5-6

coriander – chopped for garnish & pressure cook with dal

mint leaves – garnish

green chili – 2 long chopped

zeera – 2tbsp

mustard – 1tbsp

hing – 2pinch

masala powder – half tblsp

mustard oil – 3tblsp

turmeric – 1tbsp

red chili powder – as per your need

dry red chili – 4

water- for cooking

salt – to taste

jaggery – 1tbsp

tamarind pulp – 1tbsp

fenugreek seeds – half tbsp


pressure cook:-

  1. add dal
  2. zeera – half tbsp
  3. oil – 1tbsp
  4. turmeric – 1tbsp
  5. coriander – chopped
  6. onion – chopped
  7. green chili –  chopped
  8. tomato – chopped
  9. water – as per need
  10. hing – 1pinch
  11. fenugreek seeds – half tblsp

whistle – 4 ( depends on cooker to)

Tadka :-

1- take a pan add oil, zeera, mustartd, hing

2 – now add garlic ( fry till golden brown)

3 – add dry chili & curry leaves

4- chopped onion ( fry till light brown )

5 – now add  red chili powder & masala powder

6 – mix all well

Meanwhile, take the cooked dal mash it & add tamarind pulp, salt & jaggery & add the tadka and give a 5mnts boil  & garnish with mint leaves & coriander 

serve hot with roti’s or hot rice 🙂

some rice plzz?



Ing: –
Curd – 1cup beaten
Water – 1cup
Oil – 1tbsp
Mustard seeds – 1tbsp
Zeera – 2tbsp
Hing – 2pinch
Turmeric – 1½ tbsp
Salt – to taste
Sugar – 1tbsp
Besan – 2tbsp
Curry leaves – 8-9
Coriander – little
Zeera powder – 1tbsp
Green chilies – 5
Ginger – coin size
Garlic – 1full small
Method: –
1. In a jar add chilies, garlic, zeera, curry leaves, coriander & grind it to paste keep aside.
2.mix water & beat curd with besan mix will till all the besan lumps are cleared. take a pan to add oil, mustard, zeera, curry leaves, zeera powder & hing mix all well.
4. Now add the beaten curd besan wala.
5.add salt, sugar, again hing & keep mixing to avoid lumps cook well till 15mnts.
6.add again 2pinch of hing & ½tbsp zeera for adding more taste.
7.serve with hot rice & ghee 😋


sweet plz??

Kaskas-ghasghas-poppy seeds payasam: –

Poppy seeds are the high content of v-c, mineral, & dietary fibers…
Good for hair, & skin…
Do you know that before going to bed the intake of poppy seeds can give relaxed & sound sleep…  this helps to keep the body cool 😎
Ing: –
Poppy seeds -10tbsp
Jaggery – ¾cup
Water – to soak & cook
Milk – less than ½ cup
Cashews – 7-8
Dry grapes – 10-12
Cardamom -½tbsp
Method: –
Soak poppy seeds for ½hr in water
Now add this to jar with cashews
Grind it to paste around 85%
Now take a cooking pan
Add water & jaggery
Cook till jaggery melts
Now add the grinded paste
Mix well & add dry grapes, cardamom powder
Now add milk
Cook for sometime
Serve hot or chilled ( optional

After dinner some saunf

some healthy saunf:-

Do you know chewing some Saunf daily is also healthy..yes make it a habit daily…
1.saunf:- contains potassium, calcium,v-c, iron…as the old practice, not only eating for bad breath but even much more…
1.zeera:- can say a merical…cumin helps to lower blood sugar level.. iron, immunity, menstrual cycle & also cancer.
3.ajwain:- instant relief from acidity & indignation. it treats the common cold, ear & toothache, stop greying hair,& cleansing skin..
so here is one in all healthcare let me help you to prepare this.

1. saunf 1 bowl
2. zeera 6 tbsp
3. ajwain 3tbsp
4. cardamom powder ½tbsp

1.In a pan add saunf,zeera,ajwain & dry roast them for 5mints..
2.let it cool completely add cardamom powder & mix well it in Ur saunf box…
now z that not simple towards a good health??


                            Super excited to participate in the Third Edition Of  Bar – A – Thon 

                                                                          hosted by  Blog-A-Rythm

                                                                                 #Barathon 2018




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  1. Kaadi Chawal is love just like rajma Chawal. Hour posts always make me hungry. Congratulations on successfully completing the challenge.

    1. tysm sonia wish you the same 🙂

  2. I just had my breakfast but going through your post, I am hungry again. Send me your address I am coming right now.

    1. Haha sure dear plz do come ☺

  3. Thanks for this last very interesting set of recipes. Through the barathon posts you have brought us some very interesting set of recipes. Plan to try out several among them.

    My last Barathnon post 2018

    1. Tysm ☺☺ yes please do try would be happy to know this..

  4. The drumstick sambhar was an awesome one!

    1. Tysm dear☺

  5. Wow! So many dishes. I am drooling! Can I come over for one meal, though secretly I would love to eat all of these! 😀

    1. Sure always welcome shilpa would love to have u here

  6. Your posts are more detailed and very informative. But why are you giving more than one recipe in a single post? You can have it as separate posts. isn’t it?

    1. Yes I can but this was like combo wala so gave it in detail. And tysm ☺

  7. Simi, I loved your photos so much. They are so tempting. I personally like vermicelli and now I have started making it like chowmein also. It is simply yummy.

    1. Tysm geethica ☺ it’s my favorite too..

  8. Excellent Simi. I would recommend putting each dish in a post of their own. All dishes look mouth watering and deserve their place in the sun. This post could like a post which references the others. Just a suggestion

    1. Tysm dear… Ur feedback has really given me wings and already the feeling of I have won ☺ tysm

  9. Detailed post. Super pics.
    Great meals. I love all the dishes!
    Elaborate menu, Simi!
    – Anita

    1. Tysm Anita ☺

  10. Good pics Simmi. Love the menu. You are really good 🙂

    1. tysm zee 🙂 y

  11. Thats a grand spread of recipes!
    Rva Laddoos that I make are quite different from what you have explained here. And your method is easier and not messy at all. Will surely try it out.

    1. yes plz do try … and tysm 🙂

  12. Thank you so much, Simi for bringing these mouth-watering recipes to us through the BarAThon. I’ve enjoyed all your posts thoroughly & hope to try many of them.

    And congratulations on completing the challenge successfully!

    1. tysm ashvini 🙂 wish u the same 🙂

  13. I do not even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was great. I don’t know who you are but certainly you’re going to a famous blogger if you aren’t already 😉 Cheers!

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    1. great and thank you 🙂

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