Super simple, utterly healthy and tasty menu! I love this with any sort of curry and rice.

Chopped Carrot- 2 cups
Mustard Seeds - 1tsp
Cumin seeds- 1tsp
Red Chilly - 1
Olive oil - 1tbsp
Curry leaves - 5
Heat a wide pan with a tbsp of olive oil.
Add the mustard, cumin, red chilly and curry leaves.
when it splutters, mix the chopped carrots and saute well.
Add salt and keep in medium heat for 3 mins.
Garnish with Coriander.

Hint: Optional, add grated coconut(2tbsp) to add extra taste!
Still figuring out what is the exact English name for this beans ... Anybody?
To my best search, I could relate or call it as Hyacinth bean seeds.

I was excited to see this in frozen section, its been years since I had them. It can be a tasty snack or a side dish too.

Add 1 tsp of olive oil and add Cumin seeds(1tsp),mustard seeds(1tsp), urad dal(1tsp), curry leaves, red chilly powder(1/2tsp), water(1tbsp).
Mix the Frozen beans in to it and saute them for few mins, add salt. Its Done!
Enjoy as a side dish or just as a snack.

Aahhh! the below pic is the traditional south Indian Coffee cup and saucer, not to mention its my New Love in Kitchen. It exactly holds only five sips of coffee, deliberately brought the cute and tiniest one, so I can enjoy my coffee/tea more than twice a day. This is my best buy of this year. what have you got recently?
This Super Spicy and tasty curry goes very well with rice or roti.

Onion- 1/2 cup
Tomato chopped - 1 cup
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tbsp
Fenugreek Seeds- 1tsp
Mustard seeds- 1tsp
Tamarind Juice- 3tbsp
Sambar Powder- 2tbsp
Red Chillies- 2

Dumpling Ingredients:
Channa Dal - 1tbsp
Toor dal - 1 tbsp
Moong dal -1tbsp
Soak the dals in enough water for 2 hours.
Chopped Onion - 1tbsp
Black pepper - 1tsp
Ginger- 1tsp
Salt- pinch
Curry leaves- 5-6 leaves

To prepare Dumplings:
Remove the soaked dal from water and grind them to coarse paste, adding onion, pepper, salt, ginger and salt, use only little amount of water.
Add the curry leaves and Divide the coarse paste in to same size of balls, steam them in idli cooker for 10 mins.(exactly the way you prepare idli) this will help the dumpling to stick together, rather falling apart in curry.
Keep them aside.

To prepare Curry:
Heat the wide pan with 2 tbsp oil,
Add the mustard, fennel, red chilli.
Add the ginger garlic, Onion, fry till onion turns golden brown. Add the Chopped Tomato and salt.
Pour two cups of water and add the Sambar powder. Let it cook in medium heat for 5 mins.
When it comes to a boil, add the dumpling inside the curry slowly.
Add the tamarind juice and give a gently stir.
Let it cook in slow heat for 5 more mins.
Garnish with Coriander and Curry leaves.
Enjoy with Rice or Roti.