South Indian Iyengar Food

I savor cooking. The following episode, perhaps, gives an idea of the good culinary skills that I have learned. As a student in Germany,  I made a few punjabi dishes, Iyengar Puliyodarai and kheer. 17 classmates of ours literally licked the dish in which the Palak Paneer and Puliyodarai were kept in.
I will make EVERYTHING from scratch. Can prepare any South Indian food (see list). If you pick up, there is no additional charge. If you need to drop off, anywhere in Tri Valley there is a small surcharge. Food is packed in leak-proff, BPA free plastic containers (like the one in which yogurt comes and its half-sized cousin)
WILL BE GLAD TO PROVIDE FEE SAMPLES!
Start drooling….
Rice Varieties: Puliyodarai (Tamarind Rice), special Tomato Rice, Pongal, Lemon Rice with real lemon juice, Yogurt Rice, Bisibela bath, humor me with your request rice

Sambar & Rasam Varieties: Yogurt Sambar, Mixed Vegetable Sambar, Sprouted Black Channa & Eggplant Sambar, Drum Stick Sambar, Pepper Sambar, Vattral Kuzhambu, Tomato Zeera Rasam, Pepper Rasam, etc

16 thoughts on “South Indian Iyengar Food”

    1. Hi Arch, I live in Danville (will share specific address after order) and my email for ordering is desika[email protected]. Phone for ordering food or free sample is 860 830 9967 (holding on an old, vestigial number from my Connecticut student days). Here is a perfunctory list of items with prices. If you have anything in mind that is not here, let me know: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19jXGHpg8vJTHk_1VebZ1mb7GslbtRresxHizLm0r94U/edit#gid=0

    1. Hi Gopal, check this list at Neivedhyam https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19jXGHpg8vJTHk_1VebZ1mb7GslbtRresxHizLm0r94U/edit#gid=0. I make and very much savor dry vegetables. While I like all cuisines including North Indian, I appreciate South Indian ones and dry subzis are a good example. These have little accoutrements except for Kadugu (rai), udad dal and perhaps coconut. Still, they taste great. Beans taste like beans and so does every other vegetable. They are not doused in masala. Dont your agree? Which ones do you have in mind? Best, Ahalya

  1. Hi,
    Can you provide prices, pickup location?
    Also do you prepare dry South Indian snacks like murukku and poli?

    Thank you,

  2. Please share your contact/pickup location.

    It seems her message was truncated and the person was unaware.. any luck anyone?

  3. Could you please provide little more details such as contact or link for more info or location/address? Haven’t seen any response to any of the above comments which I’d been following up. Looks like a flash message and not genuine.

Leave a Reply to Harini Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published.