Preparation: Put all the ingredients in a thick bottomed Kadai and keep it on medium flame. Stir continuously till it become thick and leaves the sides of the vessel. Remove and put it in a greased bowl. No need to add any flavoring agent. It tastes like milk khoya. However […]
Kunukku is traditionally prepared by soaking dhals and rice and grinding with chillies and salt. This batter is deep fried like bonda. But for a quick version, we can make it with left over idli batter also. This dish is served with chutney.
A simple sweet recipe made with pineapple and rava.
The dish is typically flavored with saffron, cardamom, and roasted nuts, and has a pudding-like texture.
Fry rawa in a tablespoon of ghee for five minutes. Fry cashew nuts and raisins in a teaspoon of ghee. Mash the riped banana and keep aside. In a heavy bottomed vessel, put two cups of water and bring to boil. When it start boiling add the rawa slowly stirring […]
A dosa made with chopped onions and coriander leaves. Since the coriander dosa will give slight bitter taste, you can serve it with spicy onion chutney.
Discover the flavorful Rawa Semiya Kichadi, a traditional South Indian dish prepared with roasted vermicelli, veggies, and spices. Perfect for breakfast or snack time, pair it with coconut chutney or sambar for a satisfying meal.
This common breakfast dish is made with Rawa, Onion, Green chillies, Carrots, Green Peas, potato and tomato. It is served with Coconut Pottukadalai Chutney
Discover the delightful and nutritious South Indian breakfast, Rava puttu! Made with semolina and coconut, it pairs perfectly with banana or sugar.