Archive for the ‘Snacks’ Category
Appam is a tasty traditional snack of Kerala. The easiest, tastiest and fluffy instant Appam is prepared by preparing a batter by using wheat flour, semolina and rice flour with jaggery, banana and cardamom powder, shallow fried in paniyaram pan by adding ghee, which taste heavenly delicious in taste, the natural flavor of banana adds an unique taste to the […]
Patra (Patarveliya) is most popular snack in Gujarat and Maharashtra. Patra is a low calorie delicacy, it is steam cooked rolls, made from arbi or colocassia leaf. This patra, Arbi leaves rolled with a gram flour and spice powders which is simply mouth-watering. With its spicy, tangy and slightly sweeter in taste, a seasonal snack dish […]
Instant Bread Vada is a supercilious snack prepared with bread, Instant Bread medu vada is mildly spiced bread fritters with yogurt, semolina, rice flour and other simple ingredients, These taste as delicious as the traditional ones. Crispy crunchy from out side and soft inside.. also it does’t takes much oil when deep fried. Do try and enjoy […]
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.
Sajjige bajjil is a famous dish around south canara, it is a light breakfast dish served with a combination of poha and upma, most commonly called as sajjige bajjil in tulu language. . It is a simple and easy recipe can be prepared in a short time. As it is just seasoned it is also […]
Vegetable cutlets are simple, easy and delicious snack dish, that can be served for an evening snack. This is a basic recipe to make a mixed vegetable cutlet which is healthy, nutritious and really easy to make snack dish for an evening snack, to serve with any of your favorite dip or sauce with a cup of tea.
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, […]
Crispy corns recipe is very simple and easy to make delicious dish, can be served as starter or snack. Cornflour, maida is coated to sweet corn, deep fried till golden and crisp. Seasoned with onions, capsicum and other ingredients with chaat masala and lemon juice adds a lovely chatpata taste to the dish. A kids friendly snack. Just try and enjoy as […]
Jack fruit fritters is a popular Manglorean dish, a seasonal dish often prepared in all houses of south canara, Crunchy on the outside, soft inside with dominant flavors of the jack fruit which is just irresistible in taste, an easy to make recipe made with rice, jaggery, jack fruit and coconut, the natural flavour of jack fruit […]
Vegetable Hakka noodles are commonly known as Vegetable Chow mein. This is a popular Indo – Chinese dish. Boiled noodles are tossed with garlic, onion, vegetables, vinegar, soy sauce, chili sauce and pepper powder, the vegetables can be of your choice, here i have used french beans, spring onion, cabbage. A quick and easy to make, […]
Jhunka recipe is a traditional dish from North Karnataka and Maharashtra. It is popularly known as Pitla and is deliciously healthy to enjoy as a side dish for jowar roti or as a snack during your tea time. Very simple and easy to make, Tastes so good with Jawar bhakari/ jolada rotti or rice. Very spicy, tasty and yummy!!!
Kadle avalakki is a popular breakfast in south canara region which is popularly known as kadle bajil. Bajil is Poha in Tulu language and chana is called kadle, so the name kadle bajil (chana poha). It is an easy breakfast or snack recipe which is often served with a combination of avalakki upkari and kadle husli, […]