Dill Leaves Sweet Dosa

Dill leaves (Anethum graveolens) are called as sabbasige soppu in kannada. They are very aromatic in nature, has many culinary and medicinal uses. They are high in fibre, anti-oxidants and stimulate lactation in feeding mothers. They are good source of iron and other minerals. So it’s a good idea to include these leaves in our…

Pumpkin Peas Dry Curry or Palya

Pumpkin peas dry curry or palya is easy and simple dish. This is a savory pumpkin fry. Sweet pumpkin is a good source of minerals, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol) and riboflavin which helps in preventing degenerative damage to the eyes. The potassium in pumpkin has a positive effect on blood pressure….

Masala Dosa

Masala dosa as the name indicates, its masala red chutney spread inside the outer crisp and inner soft dosa. It is famous south Indian breakfast or tiffin usually served in any of the hotels. It’s prepared using fermented rice and lentil batter. The basic recipe of dosa calls for soaking rice and lentil (urad dal)…

Eggless Ragi Chocolate Ganache Cookies

Finger millets or ragi or nachni are rich in dietary fibre compared to other grains. It is loaded with calcium, iron, helps in controlling diabetes and help in weight loss. It is gluten free and highly suitable for people who are gluten intolerant. The bland taste of ragi can be countered by either mixing it…

Tender Mango Pickle or Appemidi Uppinakayi

Appemidi is pulpy, immature oblong mango found mainly in malnad regions or Western Ghats and coastal regions of Karnataka, India. These are produced in bulk quantities and marketed in different regions of malnad. They are sweet, sour and pungent in flavor. There are many varieties of appemidi. This is the oldest pickling recipe known to…

Milk Sooji Fudge

It’s rich creamy, aromatic fudge made of milk and its products. It’s very simple to prepare with no fuss. The rava or semolina or sooji can be replaced with other flours like besan, maida or wheat flour. Do try this simple dessert suitable for any occasion. Here is the recipe Course: Dessert Cuisine: Karnataka Preparation…

Mango Rasa or Mangrasa

Mango Rasa or Mangrasa, well the name of the dish sounds very funny. But believe me it’s very tasty and gives a kick to the taste buds. It’s deliciously tangy, spicy, sweet which makes it a must try recipe for every mango season. I learn’t this recipe from my cousin sister who hails from UttaraKannada…

Mango Dosa

Mango dosa is a unique flavored dosa. During mango season, when we are clueless on what to prepare for breakfast, this is the best to serve with mild sweetish tangy taste. This recipe is adopted from foodie group with few modifications posted by Sadashiva Rao Mailankody and Nalini Mailankody from Raaga Kitchen. It’s easy to…

Rava Chakli

Rava chakli is a tea time snack during rainy season…though its apt for any season. It is the easiest chakli I have ever made in recent times and a keep up recipe which can never go wrong. It needs very few ingredients resulting in crispy chakli. From the time, I learn’t it from my facebook…

Jackfruit moong dal payasam

Jackfruit moong dal payasam is a flavorful treat for jackfruit lovers. There are many ways of preparing this payasam. In this recipe, I have used ripe jackfruit pieces, split green gram, jaggery with little soaked rice paste to get nice thick texture to payasam. Do try this dish which is delicious for any occasion. Here…

Jackseed Veggie Salad

This is just three easy steps salad with jackseed at every bite. March to May is jackfruit season and lots of jackfruit seeds go waste, I just thought of using these underutilized seeds for a healthy tasty dish. They are highly rich in protein, vitamin A, vitamin C content with few antioxidants and loaded with…

Multigrain Jackfruit Seeds Nippattu

Jackfruit or Jack of all fruits is a largest delicious fruit which is rich source of many nutrients. It is available during the month of March to May. Little known part of Jackfruits is the seeds which are usually thrown away after consuming the fruits/pulp. The coastal and few regions of Western Ghats use this…