On Festival days, some people will not add onion or sombu (aniseed) and some other masalas in the dishes. This Vadai is prepared without onion and hence it is called “Festival Vadai”.
A collection of South Indian Snack Recipes.
A bonda dish made with yoghurt (curd) and moong dhal.
Looking for a unique and delicious snack? Check out this kozhukattai made with red aval and coconut gratings, perfect with chutney or Idli Milagai Podi.
Looking for a delicious and versatile snack? Try this deep-fried murrukku made with moong dal! Perfect for tea or coffee time, or anytime snacking!
This dosai is made with potatoes and little bit of maida flour. This is served with ketchup or tomato sauce.
This vadai is made with pottu kadalai and other spices and then deep fried. It is served with tomato sauce.
A deep fried snack made with besan flour and baby corn.
This magilampoo murukku is made with rice flour and roasted green gram dhal flour. This deep fried snack can be stored in air tight container for few weeks without any refrigeration.
This Adai is made with rice, thuvar dhal, red chillies and black pepper.
We can prepare varieties of dishes using the plain Idiyappam also known as “Sevai”. One such dish is “Milagu Sevai” – a simple spicy version.