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Padwal bhaji or padavalakai palya is a very nutritious and healthy curry made with snakegourd and chana dal and mixed with coconut and spices. It goes well with steamed rice. Snakegourd is also called as padwal in Maharashtra, pudalangai in Tamil nadu and padavalakai in Karnataka. It contains a rich variety of nutrients, vitamins and minerals that
Chapathi upma or phodnichi poli recipe – how to make chapati or roti upma recipe – snacks/breakfast recipes
Chapathi upma is a very tasty snack made with chapatis and cooked with onions and spices. It is a very easy and quick recipe which gets ready in no time. Chapathi upma can be made with minimal ingredients available at home. If you have leftover chapatis or excess rotis, you can make this at your home and enjoy.
Malai ladoo or paneer ladoo is a festive delight made with just 2 ingredients – paneer and condensed milk and flavoured with rose essence. Malai ladoo is very popular in North India and very similar to sandesh sweet. I have tried the recipe of milkmaid ladoo recipe where they have used kewra essence. But I had rose
Vermicelli or semiya kesari is a very quick and easy recipe prepared with vermicelli, sugar, cardamom powder, ghee and nuts. This recipe is made during festive occasions or any other special occasions. Today I prepared semiya kesari as an offering to Goddess Durga (today being the first day of Navratri) and sharing this recipe to
Khoya peda is a very popular and delicious Indian sweet made from brown khoya, powdered sugar flavoured with cardamom powder and garnished with almonds and pistachios. It is made during festivals like Diwali and special occasions. Khoya is a milk food product easily available in the market and is used for making different delicious sweets. Khoya peda is very quick to make too and an ideal sweet for Diwali festival. Khoya pedas have a smooth texture and just melts in your mouth and cardamom powder added to it enhances the flavor. Do try this recipe and enjoy…
Oats are 100% whole grain and a natural source of carbohydrates and dietary fibre. It helps reduce cholesterol and gives energy to keep you going. Uthappam made with oats is not only healthy but also delicious and a good option for breakfast. People who do not like oats with milk can opt for oats uthappam. I tried oats uthappam with instant oats, semolina, green chillies and vegetables to make it more healthier and tasty.
Poha chivda or aval mixture is a very popular and healthy snack made of thin beaten rice and flavoured with peanuts, roasted chana dal and mild spices. It can be prepared instantly and can be enjoyed as a tea time snack. Poha chivda is a also a very common snack prepared during Diwali festival. It is a low fat snack which can be easily prepared at home. It does not use too much oil and can be easily stored in an airtight container upto one month.