Gokulashtami · Vegetarian Recipes

Milagu(Pepper) Thattai 

Thattai is one among the most famous south indian savory snack items. It is a deep-fried snack made from rice flour and is truly one of the yummiest south indian snacks. It is commonly prepared during gokulashtami/krishna jayanthi. I have been wanting to try making south indian snacks for quite a long time. With Krishna… Continue reading Milagu(Pepper) Thattai 

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Janmashtami/Krishna Jayanthi special

A very happy krishna jayanthi/gokulashtami/janmashtami to one and all☺☺ Krishna jayanthi is the celebration of birth of hindu deity Lord Krishna.Every year we celebrate krishna janyanthi in a very simple way by offering lord Krishna's favourites. We usually prepare something with aval(flattened rice/poha), which is lord Krishna's most favourite next to butter. We buy seedais… Continue reading Janmashtami/Krishna Jayanthi special

Non-veg starters/snacks · Non-Vegetarian Recipes

Chicken Pakoda/Pakora from left over chicken

Pakoda or pakora is a popular snack item in India. It involves frying batter coated vegetables in oil. The batter is primarily made from chickpea/besan flour. There are several varities of pakoda like onion, cauliflower , spinach etc. It is also a popular street food in Chennai. You can see hot pakodas being made right… Continue reading Chicken Pakoda/Pakora from left over chicken

Vegetarian Recipes

Chocolate Oats kuzhi Paniyaram

A Modern and Healthy Twist to Kuzhi Paniyaram Kuzhi Paniyaram is a traditional South Indian dish that is very popular in Tamil Nadu. It is made by frying batter that is similar to an idly batter in a special cast-iron pan called paniyara chatti. Paniyara chatti/kal/pan has small fissures(kuzhi) that hold the batter. Nowadays, you… Continue reading Chocolate Oats kuzhi Paniyaram

Desserts & Sweets

Pineapple Kesari | Pineapple Sooji Sheera

When it comes to Indian desserts, kesari/sooji ka halwa is one of the yummiest and easiest to make.It is basically a pudding like dessert made from sooji/cream of wheat.I have tried normal kesari several times. Pineapple kesari is something I have been wanting to try for quite a long time. It is often served in… Continue reading Pineapple Kesari | Pineapple Sooji Sheera

Veg Starters/Snacks · Vegetarian Recipes

Paneer & Corn Tikki|Indian Cottage Cheese & Corn Patties

Paneer is a form of unripened cheese popular in India and other parts of South Asia. Also known as Indian Cottage Cheese, Paneer is an excellent source of protein and therefore an ideal replacement for meat for Vegetarians. Those who wish to lose weight must definitely include paneer in their diets as it keeps hunger pangs at… Continue reading Paneer & Corn Tikki|Indian Cottage Cheese & Corn Patties

Non-veg starters/snacks · Non-Vegetarian Recipes

Savory Egg Toast/Masala Egg Toast

Bread Toast is one of the simplest breakfast/snack item that can made in minutes. The first thing that comes to my mind when it comes to bread with eggs is bread omelette.Bread omelette is a very simple dish which as the name implies involves cooking bread along with the omlette. Bread omelette is a very… Continue reading Savory Egg Toast/Masala Egg Toast

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Pazham pori/Banana Fritters

One of the yummiest and easy to make snacks!

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Yummy pazham pori/Ethakka Appam/Banana fritters

Pazham Pori also known as ethakka appam or banana fritters is a traditional deep fried snack from Kerala. Pazham poris are served at almost every house in Kerala and is truly one of the yummiest snacks. It is a bajji like snack made using ripe nendram pazham/bananas.My mom makes pazham poris often and it is one of my favourite tea time snacks. I learnt this recipe from my mom and it can be made quite effortlessly within a few minutes. 

 

 
 
Required Ingredients:
 
1. Nendram Pazham/ripe bananas-2
2. Maida/All purpose flour-1 cup
3. Rice flour- 2 tbsp
4. Corn flour- 2 tsp
5. Salt- 2 1/2 tsp
6. Sugar-1/2 tsp
7. Oil- to fry
8. Water- As required
9. Food colour (orange)/kesari powder-1/2 tsp(optional)
10. Baking soda-1/4 tsp
 
Method:

1. Add maida/all purpose flour, rice flour, corn flour, sugar, salt, baking…

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