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’.…

Millet Sanna Polo (Konkani Rice Dosa)

Millet Sanna Polo is a variation of traditional Konkani dish that is typically made only with rice. Serve as is or with your favorite chutney. These dosa/ Indian pancakes are filling and delicious. For the final day of this week’s blogging marathon, I have a traditional Konkani dish called Sanna Polo. These Millet Sanna Polo…

Chocolate Banana Bread for #Choctoberfest

This Chocolate banana cake is moist, fudgy and very chocolaty. Great to use up those ripe bananas and perfect as on the go snack. Can’t believe today is the last day for this year’s Choctoberfest. There is a lot of anticipation for the event and then it’s done before we know it. So for the…

Moroccan Chickpea Soup (Vegan Recipe)

Hearty, easy-to-make and delicious Moroccan Chickpea soup. This dish is infused with the amazing flavors of Moroccan cuisine. Morocco is my third country of choice with the letter M for this week’s blogging marathon. Middle Eastern cuisine is one of my favorites to explore. They have some amazingly flavorful dishes and most of the spices…