Archive for the ‘Festive recipe’ Category
Sajjappa is an authentic, traditional sweet dish prepared for festivals in Karnataka, especially around Mysore, Bangalore region. It is a delicious sweet dish. A stuffing is prepared with coconut, semolina (rava) jaggery and cardamom, stuffed in a dough prepared with fine semolina and all purpose flour and deep fried in oil, which makes a tasty […]
Mangalore bonda is a crispy deep fried snack dish, an easy to make recipe with simple ingredients. an addictive snack from Mangalore Cuisine popularly known as Goli Baje or Mangalore Bajji / Mangalore Bonda. Soft from inside and little crisp from outside which taste just heavenly when served with coconut chutney.
Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in India. To praise the lord delicious dishes are offered to lord Krishna in order to seek his blessings. On Krishna janmastami day almost every ardent devotee makes sure that they pamper their lord in every possible way. Many arrangements are made so that […]
Sabbakki payasa or Sabudana kheer recipe is one of the easiest Indian dessert recipes and can be prepared in a short time. This is a popular Indian pudding that is made with tapioca pearls for religious fasting days. It is one of a healthy and delicious dessert made with tapioca pearls, sugar, milk, cardamom powder […]
Otthu shavige or Akki shavige is a traditional regional Karnataka recipe, a home made rice noodles served with coconut milk, a delightful sweet dish. Preparation of this dish varies from region to region, it is prepared with rice flour, a dough is prepared by cooking rice flour in boiling water, you need to use the ottu […]
Sooji vermicelli kheer / payasam is a traditional sweet recipe. An easy to make recipe to prepare for any occasion, it is a healthy and tasty payasam prepared with sooji, vermicelli. Coconut, dry roasted poppy seeds and cardamom is grounded into a smooth paste and added in preparation, which makes a healthy and delicious payasam […]
Avalakki mixture / Poha mixture is a spicy snack made with flattened rice/ avalakki and nuts. Best evening time snack and very simple to make recipe. Aval Mixture also called as Poha Chivda, in my mother tongue Kannada we call it as Avalakki chow chow, an easy to to make namkeen to munch with any sweet dish, […]
Beans palya or hurlikai palya is a traditional side dish prepared for all occasions, a good accompaniment with rice, A side dish prepared using french Beans. This is a very common dish prepared in Mysore and Bangalore region, an ever time family recipe. Tastes very delicious and healthy, a simple and easy curry without onion.
Yennegai is a popular dish of North Karnataka. This dish has multiple versions of the recipe from region to region, This is a quick and easy method of stuffed eggplant / brinjal curry, which is a perfect dish to enjoy with jowar roti’s (jolada rotti) it is a typical north Karnataka style preparation. A quick […]
Seven cup burfi is a popular south Indian homemade sweet variety, it is an easy to make recipe which is made from 7 cup of ingredients. It tastes very close to traditional Mysore pak, but with an additional taste & aroma of coconut. It tastes very delicious and a perfect sweet recipe to make on festivals […]
Ghee rice recipe is a fragrant special rice among the variety of rice recipes, a light and delicious rice variety to serve with spicy vegetarian or non vegetarian curries or kurma. Ghee rice is an easy to make recipe, where spices are added to give a distinct flavour to the dish, a rich rice variety to […]
Kayi obbattu is a traditional sweet recipe in Karnataka, It is considered as the king of south Indian sweets, often served in many traditional occasions. It is prepared with freshly grated coconut, soaked rice, jaggery, roasted poppy seeds, cardamom, a stuffing is prepared and stuffed inside a dough prepared with all purpose flour (maida) then […]