Happy Diwali to All. Hope you have a fun filled festival. A lot happened in the past week. I moved to a new blogging platform and migrated my blog from Cucumbertown to WordPress. This was a move I always dreaded but thankfully my husband was around during the whole process and he took care of…
￼Ganesh Chathurthi aka Vinayaka Chavithi is right around the corner. Make these festival special dishes to offer to Lord Ganesh.
Alasanda vada or Black eyed peas croquettes are a traditional South Indian fried snack. They are crispy on the outside and fluffy inside.
Recipe to make chickpea & coconut salad aka Chana Sundal. This is a very traditional Indian salad that is served during festivals.
This is a perfect recipe for crispy and crunchy snack. With just a few ingredients and few minutes, you have a freshly made snack that is sure to please everyone.
Recipe to make quick and easy Coconut laddoo with just 2 ingredients — dry grated coconut and condensed milk.
A healthy twist to a traditional South Indian festival dessert — Sweet pongal made with godhuma rawa/ wheat rawa/ cracked wheat instead of rice.
Traditional South Indian festival dessert with a fruity and whole grain twist. Kesari made with Jonna rawa (cracked sorghum) and cooked with fruits. This can be served warm, at room temperature and even chilled.
Whole grain twist to traditional Souuth Indian rice dish — Lemon pulihora made with Barley instead of rice. It’s hearty, nutritious and delicious.
Steamed Dessert from Kerala — Coconut-jaggery stuffing inside a rice flour crepe, then steamed until done. These are perfect to make for festivals and special occasions.