The mysore bonda is a common snack for the evening tea or coffee usually consumed with plain coconut chutney.
Tag: Urad Dhal
This capsicum urad dhal kootu goes well with rice or chapati
A crunchy snack that is made with dhal and vegetables served with coconut chutney
This Pepper Vadai is prepared at Temples and made as garland (Vadamalai) for Lord Anjaneyar.
This dosa is mostly prepared on Deepavali days in some households. It is served with rich non-veg/veg kurma or veg saagu and other gravy type side dish.
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 bonda dish made with yoghurt (curd) and moong dhal.
Ulundu (Black Gram) rice is normally prepared with parboiled (Puzhungal Arisi) Rice and whole black gram (Karuppu Ulundu) with skin. Garlic, cumin, coconut, fenugreek seeds are added to the rice and dhal and cooked. Gingelly oil is added to the cooked rice and served with Thuvaiyal. I slightly modified this […]
This mix is made with red chilies, coriander seeds, bengal gram dhal and urad dhal.
This dish is mostly prepared on “Karthigai Deepam Day” and hence it is also called as “Karthigai Adai”. This can be served with Vellam and Vennai (Jaggery and Butter). For spicy taste, serve with Idli Milagai Podi.