Thekua or Thekariis is a biscuit like sweet made across regions of Bihar, UP, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal. It is also known as Khajuria in many other parts of the country. For centuries, this style of Indian biscuit has been a favourite and usually consumed along with tea. Crispy, crunchy […]
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Ezhukari Kootu or Thiruvadirai kootu is prepared in Tamil Nadu during the auspicious celebration of Thirvathirai, a festival celebrated in praise of Lord Shiva for creating this universe approximately 130 trillion years ago. This kootu is traditionally served with Thiruvathirai/ Thiruvadirai Kazhi (kali) – a sweet dish made from rice, […]
With Thai Pongal around the corner, it’s time to learn about the significance behind the Sakkarai Pongal recipe, which is made exclusively for the Pongal festival.
Muparuppu Payasam in Tamil literally translates to 3 Dal Payasam/Kheer. Dals or paruppu are a quintessential ingredient in the Indian cuisine. So much that it is not just a savoury in terms of Lentil soups/stew or curries eaten along with rice and roti, but has also carved itself into an essential […]
Aloo Cheese Sev (Potato Cheese Sev) is a classic crunchy snack that will make you want for more. The traditional Sev is made using only potatoes, this variation uses cheese and is a favorite with kids and adults alike. Serve it as a snack. Print Recipe 0 from 0 votes […]
Ribbon Pakoda is a delicious South Indian variation of the Murukku. Crispy and crunchy, they are an anytime snack. Malabar Pakoda is a variation of the original and is equally tasty plus easy to make. Ingredients: Raw Boiled Rice – 2 cups Red Chillies – 6 Fried Gram Flour – […]
Rasmalai is a popular Bengali dessert. This Bread Rasmalai is a variation of the popular dessert that can be made instantly and is yummy as the original. Suited for all occasions and festivals. Ingredients: Bread Slices – 3 Fresh Cream – 1/4 cup Milk – 1 1/2 cups Condensed Milk […]
Thattai is one of the most famous snacks in South India. A crispy and crunchy snack, they are perfect for any occasion whether it is a party, teatime or a festival. This Saamai Thattai variation is made using Saamai flour (Little Millet flour). Ingredients: Saamai Flour – 1 cup Urad […]
Ribbon Pakoda is a very easy to make South Indian savoury snack often made during festivals like Diwali and Krishna Jayanthi. This recipe is a variation of the regular ribbon pakoda and is made using Oats flour. Ingredients: Oats Flour – 1/2 cup Bengal Gram Flour – 1/2 cup Rice […]
Oats is a good source of dietary fiber and protein than other cereals. This variation of the regular kozhukattai is a spicy version of the same and can be served as an evening snack. Ingredients: Oats – 1/2 cup Rice Flour – 1/2 cup Grated Coconut – 1/4 cup Salt […]