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Thursday, November 30, 2017


Ragi biscuits are very easy to make. These home-made ragi cookies/biscuits is a perfect and healthy snack for kids. Making ragi biscuits with Philips airfryer was so easy. Click here for  Kurkure bhindi in Philips Airfryer.  


All purpose flour / maida - 75 gms.
Ragi flour - 75 gms. 

Butter - 100 gms. 
Icing sugar 50 gms. 
Vennila essence - 1 tsp 
Milk - to sprinkle (Optional)


Bring butter to room temperature. Sieve the flour.

In a mixing bowl, add in the butter and cream well using a wooden ladle. Add icing sugar, cream together until soft and fluffy. Add vennila essence and mix well. Now add maida and ragi flour. Mix well to make crumble dough. Scrape the sides with a spatula and mix. Do not knead too much. Its is enough if the ingredients gets mixed. If necessary, sprinkle a spoon of milk. 
Dust the surface / board with flour and roll the dough evenly with the help of rolling pin. Simultaneously, keep shaping the edges with your hands. Cut into desired shapes with cookie cutter or any lid. 
Preheat Philips Airfryer at 180°C for 5 minutes. Arrange the cookies in the basket and air fry at 180°C for 10 minutes. Keep an eye in between. Mine got done in 8 minutes. Remove from the basket and allow it to cool. Store in an airtight container.
NOTE: It is not necessary to get browned. The cookies/biscuits will turn crisp when cool. 

Monday, November 13, 2017


How to make Mor kali, How to make Moar koozh,How to make Mor koozh
How to make Mor kali, How to make Moar koozh,How to make Mor koozh
Mor kali / Mor koozh is a traditional recipe of Tamil Nadu. It is often made in Tamil Brahmin families. It is made with rice flour and buttermilk. This recipe can be made in a jiffy, easily digestible and can be made for breakfast, evening tiffin or dinner.


Rice flour OR Processed rice flour OR Store bought rice flour - 1 cup
Whisked sour curd - 3/4 cup
Salt - to taste (approx. 1 tsp. or as needed)
Water - 1 or 2 cups

To temper:
Gingelly oil - 1 tablespoon
Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp.
Urad dhal - 1 tsp. (optional)
Green chilli (chopped) -1 OR Dry red chilli- 1 (cut )
Hing - 1/4 tsp.
Mor milagai (curd chillies) - 4 (slightly crushed)

Curry leaves - 2 sprigs (finely chopped)
How to make Mor kali, How to make Moar koozh,How to make Mor koozh

Whisk curd until smooth. In a mixing bowl, add rice flour, whisked curd, salt and water. Mix without any lumps. Mix to a little thinner than dosa batter consistency. Heat oil in a kadai. Temper with given ingredients. When mor milagai turns black, simmer the stove and add the rice flour mixture. Stir continuously until it thickens. 
(Alternatively you can add the temperings to the rice flour mixture, mix well and stir in a kadai). The consistency of the mixture should be like halwa and glossy.  Add a spoon of gingelly oil, mix well. 

Transfer it to a plate and even the surface with the backside of a greased cup. When slightly cool, cut into desired shape. You can also have it like koozh.
How to make Mor kali, How to make Moar koozh,How to make Mor koozh
How to make Mor kali, How to make Moar koozh,How to make Mor koozh
Note: Coconut oil can also be used.
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