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Pazham Pori,Banana fritters,Snack,Indian,Kerala,Deep fry,Tea timeIndian, Kerala, Snacks

Pazham Pori / Banana Fritters using Whole wheat flour

Pazham Pori / Banana Fritters is a famous tea time snack of Kerala- a south Indian state. You can find this in every tea shop. Now you can make it at home without the concern of the oil they use. Pazham Pori / Banana fritters Pazham Pori is usually made using ‘ Nenthran Pazham’ or ‘ Etha pazham’. A variety of …

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Rava Ladoo/Semolina Ladoo

Rava Ladoo/Semolina Ladoo is a popular Indian Sweet made on special occasions. Rava Ladoo – An Indian Dessert Rava /Semolina Ladoo is a famous Indian dessert made in festival times. You need only few ingredients to make this exotic and yummy dessert. There is no fancy ingredient,just fine Rava,milk,sugar and ghee. That’s it. Little stirring and done. One of the …

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2 Ways Sweet Aval/Poha/Flattened Rice Flakes( Gluten free,Vegan)

I give you 2 ways of making Sweet Aval/Poha/Flattened Rice Flakes.This is Gluten free and almost no cook dessert or snack. Aval/Poha Aval /Poha is nothing but beaten rice flakes.They are both thick and thin varieties.It is called as in different names all over India.It is used in both sweet and savory dishes too. How did I make Sweet Aval? …

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dessert,Indian,Milk,FestiveDesserts, Indian

2 ingredients Paal Kova/Fudgy Milk Sweet

Yes,You read it right,You just need 2 Ingredients to make this delicious Paal kova or Fudgy Milk Sweet. Paal kova – A South Indian dessert Paal Kova is a famous South Indian dessert made with only full fat milk and sugar.No fancy ingredients,yet rich creamy dessert is the result. It’s usually time consuming process but the end result will be …

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Perfect puffed Poori / Deep fried Indian bread

Poori / Deep fried Indian bread is a famous South Indian breakfast.It is a Whole wheat Indian bread deep fried. Poori – a famous breakfast No Indian can be a hater of Poori ( I believe).Those who have tasted it will be a fan of it,I bet. It is a Whole wheat bread which is deep fried.It is liked by …

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Tasty Puli Idli/Savory Rice Cakes ( using Leftovers)

This Tasty Puli Idli/Savory Rice Cakes are best way to use the leftover Idlis. Idli-a staple South Indian breakfast. Idli are a staple South Indian healthy breakfast.Its a perfect blend of carbohydrates and protein.And it is also steamed which makes it healthy breakfast.It is made with fermented batter of rice and urad dal. Check out to make Idli dosa Batter.The …

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Gluten free, Snacks,Indian,Tea time snackIndian, Snacks

Aloo/Potato & Onion Bhaji/Fritters

Aloo & Onion Bhaji / Fritters are one of the best snack to have at tea time in a rainy day. Bhaji – An Indian Snack Bhaji are popular Indian snack .There are many types of bhaji.The main ingredient is gram dal flour.To make it crispy little rice flour is added.Depending on the type of bhaji the ingredient differs.Having this …

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Aviyal / Mixed veggies cooked in coconut paste

This is a traditional Kerala ( a south Indian state) dish. No special occasion is complete without this aviyal. As far I know it is prepared differently in different parts of Kerala. This is Palakkad style which is my home town.In some other style of making they add turmeric powder,Tamarind pulp also. This is so flavor full dish. Hope you …

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Chicken, Indian, Non veg, Side dish for idli,dosa

2 in 1 chicken curry-Mom-in-Law’s recipe

After a long time I post a non -veg recipe in this space.2 in 1 Chicken curry -Mom in law’s recipe is one of the most made non veg dish in our home.As the name says,this is my Mom in laws recipe and my husband’s favorite.(it’s obvious,right).I call this 2 in 1 Chicken curry because from one curry you make,you …

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