VANTA - VAARPU (Recipes) Blog

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Latha said...

Namaste Gayathri garu,

Thank you very much for your article.... meeru cheppinde maa paediatrician kudaa chepparu... maa paapa chala sannaga vuntundi... net lo search cheste chala vachai...variety of foods nenu avi ivvalekapoyane ani badhapadda... kani mee article chadivaka satisfy ga vundi...

ushakiran said...

Gayatri garu, i accidentally stumbled upon your website while searching for a recipe with kakarakayalu. I fell it love with it instantly.. i tried your kakarakaya ullipaya koora recipe .. i followed it to the tee...and it turned out GREAT!! even my sons who are picky eaters tried it and finished it!! I just wanted to extend my sincere gratitude for your simple to follow recipe.. thank you so much!
Best Regards,

Unknown said...

hi gayatri garu,

Ur site is super regarding sunnipindi can i use it for my baby she is 2 yrs 2 months old

Jyostnachowdary said...

hi gayatri garu really ur experience with kids and tips are soo helpful for me thanks for ur suggestions and ur recipes also soo nice

Seenu said...

Hi Gayatri gaaru,

Mee vantillu super andi. Chaalaa kotha kooralu nerchukunnanu.

I am enjoying the food these days.

Thanks for all your inputs.

Unknown said...

hai gayatri garu,
i'm the first time viewer of your site.
i have microware convection oven, but i dont know how to make cake in this will you please tell me the process

krishnamurthy balasubramanian said...

I live in California with my son since 2009.Presently I am staying with my grand daughter (my first daughter ;s second daughter doing Phd in University of Texas till 29th October,2016.
In 2010 I purchased six iron tawa (Adaikal a heavy one concave shape)and gave to each of my four daughters living in India.They are all using it.I brought two pieces one for my daughter in law( a North Indian girl) and another tamilian lady living in USA for over 50 years.My daughter in law said that the iron tawa is very heavy and consumes more oil while preparing Dosa and avoid using the tawa.Tamilian lady also gave similar reason and not using it.Both prefer 'Non Stick' tawas.
Recently I purchased in India another iron tawa of lesser weight with handle.It is not cast Iron but regular iron which is used in Tamilnadu.Often the tawa gets heated and Dosa sticks to the Tawa.I have seen my wife/mother pouring oil and salt and then rub the tawa or use half potato/onion and scrub the surface.
Such methods are not effective in my case.Am I to discard the tawa or use it only for preparation of Chapathi.I seek your advice.
Thanking you in advance,
Krishnamurthy Balasubramanian.
Age 83+ Email ID '

Anonymous said...

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