Archive for the ‘Festive recipe’ Category
Hayagreeva is a traditional sweet preparation of South India, that is made during festivals and special occasions. Hayagriva is a sweet made with chana dal, jaggery, dry coconut. A traditional sweet dish to offer God as Nivedyam / Prasad and an easy to make with simple ingredients.
Avalakki Kesari bath is one of the simplest and easiest sweet dish made from avalakki / poha / flattened rice, milk, sugar, ghee, cardamom powder and nuts and is very delicious and easy to make a desert. An easy to make prasad to offer God /easiest festive sweet.
Besi Bele Bhath is a traditional dish in Karnataka, Avalakki bisi bele bhath is a quick and easy version of making besi bele bath by using sambar powder with other simple ingredients which make a delicious and light breakfast dish by adding flattened rice (soaked poha) instead of cooked rice. Just give it a try and Enjoy for […]
Raw mango rice with mustard /Mavina kayi sasive chitranna is a traditional south Indian rice variety,where coconut, mustard, blended with red chilies, seasoned and mixed with cooked rice. This is another version of Mango rice, a tangy tasty satisfying rice dish which can be prepared in a short time with simple ingredients.
Puliyogare is a tangy spicy rice which is very famous in southern part of India, a popular breakfast dish in Karnataka. In my earlier post i had posted Iyengar puliyogare, this is another easy version of making puliyogare which can be prepared in a short time by using sambar powder.
Kadle unde/Roasted peanut gram laddu is a traditional nutty flavored delicious laddu’s prepared for many festivals. Roasted peanut, roasted gram, sesame, poppy seeds, grated copra, jaggery is used in preparation. It is a combination of peanut and roasted gram, which is powdered and mixed with jaggery syrup with other roasted ingredients, which makes it a […]
Hurida Akki Thambittu is an authentic south Karnataka sweet dish, a festive sweet prepared to offer God during Shivratri, Ganesha chathurti, Nagara panchami festivals. It is prepared using rice flour (roasted rice), jaggery, grated dry copra, roasted peanuts, cardamom… which makes a tasty and delicious laddu’s.
Chikkina unde or chigali unde is a traditional sweet dish prepared with dry roasted black sesame and jaggery, made into round shaped laddu’s, then dipped in a batter prepared with all purpose flour, deep fried in oil, an easy to prepare and easy to store laddoo ‘s, these laddus have distinct flavour and very tasty. Black sesame […]
Wheat laddu is a quick and easy delicious laddoos made with Wheat flour, Festivals are incomplete without sweets, Wheat laddoo’s is a delicious sweet snack made with wheat flour, sugar, ghee and cardamom powder, a healthy and tasty sweet snack prepared on festivals like Mahashivaratri, Diwali, Janmastami, a nutritious and filling snack which can be […]
Happy Republic day to all, India celebrates it’s 68th Republic day today, We should definitely be thankful for this day and celebrate the day with true spirit, Tri colour dosa is a delicious and ideal breakfast dish with the great taste and goodness of veggies. A healthy, easy and flavorful tri-colored dosa made with tomato for orange dosa, white […]
Sweet urad dal vada is a traditional sweet recipe, a simple to make recipe made with soaked urad dal , grated jaggery and cardamom which makes a delicious snack served along with medu vada in festive occasions, a tasty snack which is crispy outside and soft inside, a authentic south Indian snack followed from generations, […]
Moong dal payasam is a delicious and traditional Indian desert, which is popular during the festival season. The recipe is very simple made from moong dal, jaggery and coconut milk , A traditional, healthy and delicious sweet variety prepared for many occasions.