Archive for the ‘Festive recipe’ Category
Sri Rama Navami falls on the ninth day of Hindu lunar year in Chaitra Masa. Navami means the ninth day in the Hindu calendar. This day is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Sri Rama. Temples are decorated and the Image of Lord Sri Rama is richly adorned, The Holy Ramayana is read in the temples. In South India, […]
Carrot Coconut Burfi is delicious and easy to make home-made sweet. Prepared with freshly grated carrots, This recipe is similar to Coconut Barfi Just adding carrots enhances the taste and flavour. A unique and appetizing sweet dish for any occasions.
Masala vada is a popular South Indian snack made with channa dal, this recipe is an innovative one in which channa dal and soya chunks are ground coarsely with spices and deep fried. An easy to make recipe with simple ingredients, Soya abundant in protein and is a legume variety, native to East Asia. As we all nowadays oil […]
Holige/Obbattu / Puran Poli is a popular, traditional festival sweet that is prepared during the Ugadi festival. Pineapple Holige is an Innovative Holige/Puran Poli, in which stuffing is fresh Pineapple, Coconut, sugar/jaggery, a healthy and a tasty dessert for any occasion. There are numerous versions of Holige with a variety of stuffings, Pineapple Holige is one among them.
Jackfruit payasam is one of the most delicious, flavourful payasam, a thick dessert made using ripe jackfruits. It is prepared by stir-frying the jackfruit pieces in ghee and cooked along with coconut milk and jaggery. A seasonal Yummy sweet dish, an easy to make recipe with simple ingredients.
Holige, a classic south Indian sweet dish prepared during the Ugadi festival. Dates Holige/ Dates Puran Poli is a yummy sweet dish prepared with fresh dates and coconut, it is an Innovative and alternative to Holige/Puran poli, in which stuffing is typically made with Dal, Jaggery, and Coconut, there are numerous versions of Holige with a variety of […]
Tambittu Arathi is an authentic sweet dish prepared to offer Divine God / Godess on auspicious days/festivals. There are many varieties of Arathi’s like Hasi Akki Tambittu, Hurida Akki tambittu, Hurigadale tambittu…which is very auspicious for certain pooja rituals which is followed from generations, here is one among them, which is very easy and a tasty […]
Mixed millet Pongal is healthy, protein-rich, a diabetic friendly and an easy to prepare recipe. Millets are rich in fiber, low in cholesterol and are gluten-free. I have used mixed millets – Kodo millet, proso millet, fox millet and Barnyard Millet with split green moong dal, which turned much tastier than Rice Pongal. It can be had for breakfast […]
Jeera rice is a mildly spiced and flavorful Indian rice dish flavored with cumin. jeera rice is one of the most popular rice dishes in restaurants, many people prefer to have jeera rice instead of plain basmati rice to go along with dals or curry, the seasoning with cumin and other aromatic spices makes the dish tasty and flavorful. It is one of the simplest, easiest […]
Sago vermicelli Payasam is a delicious pudding that is full of texture and flavored with cardamom. This is a popular Indian pudding that is made with vermicelli and tapioca pearls for religious fasting days. It is one of a healthy and delicious dessert made with tapioca pearls, sugar, milk, cardamom powder, and nuts.Try this super simple […]
Pongal is the simplest and easiest breakfast recipe. It is an auspicious dish prepared on harvest festival Makara Sankranthi in almost south Indian houses, A simple yet healthy Rava Pongal is made from roasted semolina and moong dal. Rava Pongal is a healthy and comforting Breakfast recipe similar to Ven Pongal, the only difference is Rava is used instead of […]
Peanut rice recipe – Simple, aromatic and delicious rice made in South Indian style. A perfect winter recipe made with roasted peanuts, sesame and other ingredients, rich in vitamins and minerals which is essential especially for winter. A very simple and easy to make rice variety.