Spinach Lentil Fritters (Palakura Punukulu)

These spicy Spinach lentil fritters  (Palakura Punukulu) use leftover idli batter and spinach. Crispy on the outside, airy and fluffy on the inside, these are great for breakfast or snack or a light meal. We are starting the last edition of this year’s Blogging Marathon and my theme for the week is ‘Deep Fried food’.…

Pidatha Kinda Pappu (Andhra Jhal Muri)

Jhal Muri a spicy, crunchy and very addictive snack that is widely sold on the beaches of India. I can’t believe we are almost at the finishing line of this month’s mega marathon ‘Explore the Flavors’. Just one more day and we are done with the non stop posting and blogging. So for the penultimate…

Podi Idli (Idli with Spice powder) Recipe

Podi Idli is a classic South Indian breakfast that is simple and very addictive. We are starting our month long mega marathon, ‘Explore the flavors’, today. So our BM group will be blogging almost everyday this month except for Sundays. I am starting off the marathon with a classic South Indian breakfast called Podi Idli.Valli…

Jowar Dosa (Savory Sorghum Crepe)

Jowar Dosa (aka Sorghum Crepes) are healthy and delicious. We are starting the final week of this month’s Blogging marathon and my theme for this week is ‘Crepes for All time’. So for the first day I have a healthy, nutritious and delicious Jowar dosa aka jonna dosa aka sorghum crepe. These dosa don’t need…

Jonnalu Senagalu (Sorghum & Chickpea Saute)

BM# 77: Week 1/ Day 2 Theme: Recipes with Whole Grains Dish: Jonnalu Senagalu (Sorghum/ Jowar & Chickpea Saute) For the second day of this week’s blogging marathon, I have a healthy and nutritious snack made with sorghum aka jowar (in Hindi) aka jonnalu (in Telugu). This Jonnalu senagalu which literally means sorghum and chickpeas is a…