Pepper Kaara Sev is a popular Indian snack made from besan and rice flour, seasoned with various spices, and deep-fried until crispy. Often consumed alone or included in chaat for additional crunch, it is widely available in Indian snack shops and can be easily prepared at home. Special utensils like Kaara Sev Karandi or a Murukku Achu with large holes are used to shape and fry the dough.
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An idiyappam recipe made with lemon, chili and ginger
This is a sweet dish and it is just a mixing of coconut and sugar to the Idiyappam.
This idiyappam dish is made with green chilies, onion and ginger.
Ribbon pakoda is a popular Indian snack prepared from chickpea flour, rice flour, and various spices. The dough is formed into thin strips and deep-fried to yield a crispy texture. Frequently enjoyed with tea or as a crunchy side to rice meals, it is particularly favored during festivals and special occasions.
Discover the irresistible taste of Mullu Murukku, a crispy South Indian savory snack made with rice flour and aromatic spices. Perfect for festive celebrations or a delightful tea-time treat!
This snack is made during festivals and special occasions like Diwali. This can be stored for weeks without refrigeration.
Discover the delicious snack dish made with Besan and rice flour, infused with the aromatic Ajwain (omam) – the perfect combination of flavors!
This upma is made with rice flour and tamarind. This upma is served with coconut (thengai) thuvaiyal.