This KL-based Indian home-cook prepares time-tested turmeric goodness


A number of Ruth’s family’s recipes are based on Ayurveda, an Indian holistic medicine that has been practised for generations. Photos: The Star/Samuel Ong

Since the start of the pandemic, Kuala Lumpur-based Indian expatriate Ruth Isaac, 63, has been even more mindful of eating nutritious food to boost her immunity.

Ruth hails from Mangalore, a port city in the coastal region of Karnataka in South India. In these times, she is relying on the time-tested goodness of the traditional Mangalorean dishes she has inherited from her mother and grandmother.

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