Pavithra M Adiga

I am Pavithra M Adiga, food blogger at Dice n Cook, recipe developer and foodie at heart. I love to try dishes from different regions. Dice n Cook has many interesting and easy to follow recipes.

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Milk Sooji Fudge Recipe

Sunday, 22 October 2017 09:14

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 ...

Aloo Ka Halwa (Grated Potato Sweet)

Saturday, 14 October 2017 09:16

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 ...

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

Saturday, 07 October 2017 11:19

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 ...

Spring Onion Dosa Recipe

Friday, 15 September 2017 00:16

Spring Onion Dosa is an aromatic and tasty dosa which is made with the addition spring onions. 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 ...

South Canara Style Mavinakayi (Raw Mango Spicy Chutney)

Thursday, 14 September 2017 00:16

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 ...

Published in Indian Chutney Recipes

Pumpkin Peas Palya Recipe

Thursday, 07 September 2017 00:20

Pumpkin Peas Palya is easy and simple. This is a savory pumpkin fry. Sweet pumpkin is a good source of minerals, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E(Alpha Tocopherol) and riboflavin which helps in preventing degenerative damage to the eyes. The potassium in pumpkin has a positive effect on blood pressure. ...

Karnataka Style Mango Rasa Recipe | Mangrasa

Tuesday, 05 September 2017 03:23

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 ...

Karnataka Style Jackfruit Moong Dal Payasa Recipe

Friday, 01 September 2017 11:15

Jackfruit Moong Dal Payasa Recipe is a flavorful treat for jackfruit lovers from the state of Karnataka. This payasam is a speciality from coastal region of Karnataka. There are many ways of preparing this payasa. In this recipe, I have used ripe jackfruit pieces, split green gram (moong dal), jaggery ...

Malnad Special Appe Midi Uppinakayi Recipe (Tender Mango Pickle)

Thursday, 24 August 2017 10:15

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, ...

Sabbasige Soppu Dosa Recipe (Dill Leaves Sweet Dosa)

Wednesday, 23 August 2017 00:12

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 ...

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