Kuzhipaniyaram – South Indian Dumpling snack

Kuzhipaniyaram is a South Indian snack which originates from chettinad region of Tamilnadu. Kuzhipaniyaram comes in sweet, salt and spicy flavors based on the mixing.

Note: This dish is not recommended for calory-conscious friends.

Kuzhipaniyaram is highly recommended for tea-time snack or for 4’O clock-back-from-school snack.

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Vegetable Dum Biriyani @ Home

Though dum biriyani by default is a non-vegetarian variant, I am attempting to create a vegetarian version of it. Though the written process and list of needed things may look a bit longer, preparation is much easier.

Preparation time: 30 mins
Cooking time: 1 hour
Servings: 3-4 servings Continue reading “Vegetable Dum Biriyani @ Home”

Our Contribution to English

India being a country with thousand languages, is not stopping with that. We Indians contribute to the grammar and vocabulary of English.

Below is an output from one of the discussions in Google plus. It is not about if the statement or phrase is right or wrong. But for sure it is confusing or at least funny in many instances. Continue reading “Our Contribution to English”

Interview tips

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8 questions that candidates must ask

A good job interview is a two way communication. The employer asks questions to determine if a candidate is an ideal fit for the job, and an intelligent candidate uses the interview to evaluate how he would fit with the role, whether he will be able to bring his full potential to the table and how well his goals and values align with those of the company. For a serious candidate, a job interview is not only a platform to showcase his talent and accomplishments, but also the most tangible opportunity to evaluate whether the role matches his skills and expectations. Continue reading “Interview tips”