एल्लु चटनी - Sesame Seeds Chutney (Recipe In Hindi)

एल्लु चटनी दक्षिण भारत की एक प्रसिद्ध चटनी है जिसे इडली या डोसे के साथ परोसा जाता है. इसको ज्यादातर काले तिल से बनाया जाता है. यह बनाने में आसान है और आप इसे अपने नाश्ते में भी परोस सकते है.  एल्लु चटनी को मिक्स्ड वेजिटेबल सांबर, चावल और चाउ चाउ थोरन के साथ परोसे।  अगर आपको यह चटनी पसंद आई हो तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है  धनिया पुदीना चटनी  चना दाल चटनी  गाजर चटनी  

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Masala Pohe Recipe

Masala Pohe Recipe (flattened rice), is a quick, simple and healthy dish prepared by my grandmother especially on the first day of Diwali. It is a breakfast dish from the NKGSB cuisine of KARWAR. Smoking method imparts a unique smoky and earthy flavour to the pohe. This recipe doesn’t require cooking and is very easy to prepare. The smoke (called dhuvan in konkani language) given to it with a hot coal makes it very delicious! One more option was given to me by a friend of mine and that is to temper ...

Milk Sooji Fudge Recipe

Milk Sooji Fudge is rich creamy, aromatic fudge made of milk and milk products. It’s very simple to prepare with no fuss. The rava or semolina or sooji can be replaced with other flours like besan, maida or wheat flour. Do try this simple dessert suitable for any festive occasion. Serve Milk Sooji Fudge Recipe along with Masala Chai Recipe - Indian Spiced Tea when there are guests at home. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Parwal Ki Mithai Recipe (Pointed Gourd Sweet) Amrakhand ...

Ragi Halbai Recipe

Halubayi is a traditional sweet made in most households in Karnataka.The word halubai literally means to extract the cream/milk out of a millet/grain and make a fudge out of it. It is popular in the malnad region and the havyaka cuisine. This recipe calls for 3-4 ingredients and can be a delicious treat when served on a plantain leaf. Ragi is rich in calcium and potassium which are the building blocks of healthy bones. Including ragi in your diet can help in weight loss and maintain good metabolism. Serve Halubayi ...

Aloo Ka Halwa (Grated Potato Sweet)

Grated Potato halwa or Aloo ka halwa is the easiest halwa I have made. Recently during summer I had visited my paternal grandmother’s village. There I got a chance to taste this delicious sweet prepared by my paternal grandmother and had liked it very much. There are many ways of preparing this and this is one simple method. This is so delicious with lots of dry fruits and apt for any festive season. Serve Aloo Ka Halwa (Grated Potato Sweet) as a dessert after a festive Indian meal like Bhaji ...

Rava Chakli Recipe (Karnataka Style Chakli With Rava & Rice Flour)

Rava Chakkuli Recipe (Karnataka Style Chakli With Rava & Rice Flour) is a tea time snack during rainy season and a good deep fried festive savory dish. It is very easy to prepare. I learnt this recipe from my friend. It is the easiest chakli I have ever made in recent times and a keep up recipe which can never go wrong. It needs very few ingredients like rice flour, fine rava, butter resulting in crispy chakli. Serve Rava Chakkuli Recipe (Karnataka Style Chakli With Rava & Rice Flour) ...

Karnataka Style Chicken Saaru Recipe

Karnataka Style Chicken Saaru Recipe is a spicy thick gravy that is cooked in a pressure cooker. Saaru refers to any gravy dish in Karnataka. This is the best to be had along with Ragi Mudde or just with Plain dosa. The saaru consist of roasted spice and onions to a smooth paste and then cooked along with chicken pieces till it is well incorporated. Serve the Karnataka Style Chicken Saaru Recipe along with Ragi Mudde, Akki Roti and Jolada Rotti to enjoy it for your lunch.  If you are looking ...

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Ragi Mudde Recipe

Ragi Mudde Recipe is an authentic dish of Karnataka. It is most of the staple food for farmers who live in the rural parts of Karnataka. It is always an art to make this at everyone’s house as you need to get the proportion right and even the technique followed by each family will be different. Usually Ragi mudde is made on a sauce pot with water being boiled and then we add ragi flour and whisked till it thickens. The Ragi mixture is lightly cooled and shaped into balls. Ragi is a staple ingredient ...

Karnataka Style Orange Peels Curry Recipe

Did you know that we can make a yummy curry out of Orange Peels? It is tangy, sweetish, spicy, slightly bitter and bursting with flavors. It is an unique recipe. So next time you have some guests at home, make this recipe and impress your friends and family. It is filled with flavours and tastes delicious with almost everything. Next time you eat an orange, don't throw the peels, make a curry out of it. Serve Karnataka Style Orange Peels Curry along with Cabbage Thoran and Whole Wheat Lachha ...

Bellada Coffee Recipe With Milk (Karnataka Style Filter Coffee With Jaggery)

Filter Coffee is a South India's favourite hot beverage, until the Tea in North India. The fresh coffee beans are roasted, ground and a fresh decoction is brewed to prepare the filter coffee. Bellada Coffee Recipe With Milk is a Karnataka style filter coffee sweetened with jaggery. Jaggery has many health benefits, being a complex sugar it is suitable for even diabetics. Jaggery is beneficial for easy digestion and rich in minerals, helping in boosting energy. Serve the Bellada Coffee Recipe With ...

Huli Soppu Saaru Recipe (Karnataka Style Mixed Greens Sambar)

Huli Soppu Saaru Recipe is a traditional Karnataka Style sambar made using a mix of greens. We have used fresh spinach, fenugreek leaves and amaranth for this recipe. The freshly ground sambar masala adds a rustic flavour to the dish. Huli Soppu Saaru Recipe is also known as Ulsoppu in many regions of the state of Karnataka. It is a perfect accompaniment for the Mudde (Ragi Balls) as well as steamed rice. Serve Huli Soppu Saaru Recipe (Karnataka Style Mixed Greens Sambar) along with Steamed Rice, ...

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Karnataka Style Spring Onion Dosa Recipe

Spring Onion Dosa is an aromatic and tasty dosa from Karnataka. Scallion, salad onion, green onion or hara pyaaz are the different names of spring onion. They are mild in taste and mostly grown in mild cool temperature. They lack fully developed bulbs and the entire plant is used in making salads, soups, chutney and mainly as an appetizer. In this recipe spring onion is used in rice batter with few spicy masala and dosa is prepared. We usually serve this with ghee, butter and liquid jaggery. Serve Karnataka ...

Ambade Udid Methi Recipe (Karwar Style Hog Plum Curry)

Ambade Udid Methi is a vegetarian curry from the Karwari Goud Saraswat Brahmin cuisine. Karwar, which is a city in Karnataka lies at the mouth of the river Kali. Coconut, jaggery, coriander seeds and red dry chillies form the base of most of the gravy dishes in the Karwari GSB cuisine. One such gravy made commonly in all homes there is udid methi which can be made using raw mangoes too instead of Ambade. This sour fruit Ambade (Tulu & Konkani) is called Hog plum in English, and Pulicha ...

South Canara Style Mavinakayi (Raw Mango Spicy Chutney)

South Canara Style Mavinakayi Hindi Recipe (Raw Mango Spicy Chutney) as we call locally in South Canara, Karnataka is a seasonal delight. Mango season is incomplete without this spicy and tangy chutney. It can be served with idli, dosa, roti or hot rice and coconut oil. It is a very simple to prepare recipe and yummy to taste. Serve South Canara Style Mavinakayi Hindi Recipe (Raw Mango Spicy Chutney) as an accompaniment with Bele Dose Recipe (Lentil Dosa Recipe) and homemade butter. If ...

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Banana Stem Sabzi Recipe With Curry Powder

Banana Stem Sabzi Recipe With Curry Powder is a semi dry sabzi that is made by stir frying the banana stem. A touch of yogurt to add in a tinge of sourness, South Indian curry powder, cumin powder and chilli powder are added to make it flavourful. Make sure that you chop the banana stem when you are ready with other ingredients to prepare this dish, since the chopped banana stem starts turning brown sooner due to contact with air. Note that while you chop the inner rind of the banana stem, you will ...

Kadle Bele Chutney Pudi Recipe

Chutney Pudi or Podi's are quintessential condiment in a South Indian kitchen. These are generally had as condiments or accompaniments with south indian tiffin dishes like idli and dosa or even with steaming hot rice, sambar and a palya or poriyal. This recipe comes in handy when you want an accompaniment immediately and you are running out of ideas, since this recipe can be store for 2 weeks or more when kept in a dry and clean air tight container. Kadle Bele Chutney Pudi Recipe is a traditional ...

Karwar Style Madgane Recipe With Oats & Rajgira

Karwar Style Madgane Recipe With Oats & Rajgira is a healthy twist to the age old traditional recipe from the land of Karwar, in Karnataka. There are also addition of oats, rajgira flour and dates in this recipe to make it healthier. This recipe uses jaggery as a sweetener. Karwar is a coastal city in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Karwari GSB cuisine includes a variety of dishes prepared using coconut and fish. But again this cuisine which hasn't been so well advertised, has a varied ...

Karnataka Style Beetroot Palya Recipe

Karnataka Style Beetroot Palya Recipe is a simple beetroot stir fry with aromatic sambar masala. It is also mildly flavoured with garlic cloves pounded with freshly grated coconut. Beetroot is said to have high content of iron and folates making it a highly nutritious vegetable. If taken regularly, it also helps in reducing the acidity in the body. Serve the delicious Karnataka Style Beetroot Palya Recipe along with Steamed Rice and Andhra Style Beetroot Vepudu Recipe for a simple weekday ...

Karnataka Style Menthya Soppu Hesaru Kaalu Palya Recipe

Menthya Soppu Hesaru Kaalu Palya Recipe is a healthy stir fry made using fresh fenugreek leaves and Sprouted Green Gram. The hand pounded spice mix of garlic, shallots, cumin and red chillies adds a great flavour to the dish. The spiciness is balanced by adding a wee bit of jaggery. Serve Menthya Soppu Hesaru Kaalu Palya Recipe (Karnataka Style Fenugreek Leaves and Green Gram Stir Fry) along with Akki Rotti Recipe (Spicy Gluten Free Rice Flour Flat Breads), Karnataka Style Badanekai ...

Karnataka Style Mango Rasa Recipe | Mangrasa

Karnataka Style Mango Rasa Recipe | Mangrasa is a deliciously tangy and sweetish condiment made with the last of the mangoes available in market- the Gini Moothi cultivar or Totapuri Mangoes that are available almost towards the ending of Mango season. This is a famous condiment that can be had as an accompaniment with Curd Rice, dosa or akki rotti, that is native to the region of Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. Serve Karnataka Style Mango Rasa Recipe | Mangrasa along with Udupi Style Pelakai ...

कर्नाटक स्टाइल पालक दाल या पालक तोव्वे रेसिपी- Palak Dal (Recipe In Hindi)

कर्नाटक स्टाइल पालक दाल बनाने की विधि बहुत आसान है. यह बहुत ही स्वादिष्ट और गुणकारी दाल है, इस पालक दाल को पालक तोव्वे भी कहा जाता है।  पालक तोव्वे को तुवर दाल, पालक को मिलाकर बनाया गया है।  पालक ...

Karnataka Style Pudina Shavige Recipe (Mint Vermicelli Recipe)

Karnataka Style Pudina Shavige Recipe (Mint Vermicelli Recipe) is a flavor packed breakfast recipe. The shavige is made from foxtail millet vermicelli but you can also use the normal ones or even the rice vermicelli. Usually the mint goes really well with chutneys and pulao but adding them to the shavige will create a nutritious and flavor meal. It also has few roasted peanuts and urad dal for the crunch that you can get from every bite of it. Serve the Karnataka Style Pudina Shavige Recipe along ...

Malnad Special Appe Midi Uppinakayi Recipe (Tender Mango Pickle)

Malnad Special Appe Midi Uppinakayi Recipe (Tender Mango Pickle) is made of Appe Midi is pulpy, immature oblong mango found mainly in malnad regions or Western Ghats and coastal regions of Karnataka, India. These are produced in bulk quantities and marketed in different regions of Malnad. They are sweet, sour and pungent in flavor. There are many varieties of Appe Midi. This is the oldest pickling recipe known to people of Western Ghats. They have a distinct aroma and this adds an extra flavor to ...

Sabbasige Soppu Dosa Recipe (Dill Leaves Sweet Dosa)

Dill leaves (Anethum graveolens) are called as sabbasige soppu in Kannada. They are very aromatic in nature, has many culinary and medicinal uses. They are high in fibre, antioxidants and stimulate lactation in feeding mothers. They are a good source of iron and other minerals. So it’s a good idea to include these leaves in our routine in the form of any dish. I learnt this Sabbasige Soppu Dosa Recipe (Dill Leaves Sweet Dosa) from my mother-in-law and just love them. In rural communities of coastal ...

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