Rava Paniyaram ~ A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes

Rava Paniyaram

Rava Paniyaram is an instant breakfast dish you can make with Rava or Sooji in the Paniyaram Pan. This instant rave appe is very easy to make and is versatile. This only takes about 10 minutes to get prepared and another 10 mins to cook. Serve this with coconut chutney for a delicious combination. This […]

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Nuchinunde | Steamed Lentil Dumpling from Karnataka

Nuchinunde

Nuchinunde is steamed lentil dumplings made in Karnataka for breakfast. These are easy to make and protein packed. You can make these for evening snacks as well. These nucchina unde are easy to make if you remember to soak the dals for at least 3 hours. It only takes about 15 mins for the balls […]

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Karikku Dosa ~ A to Z Indian Breakfast Dishes

Karikku Dosa

Karikku Dosa is made with tender coconut shavings and tender coconut water from Kerala. This is a thin crepe that is white and lacy porous soft dosas. Karikku means tender coconut in Malayalam and Karikinvellam refers to the tender coconut water. So this dosa can also be called as Ilaneer Dosa or Tender Coconut Dosa, […]

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Juar Jo Dodo | How to make Jowar Roti

Juar Jo Dodo

Juar Jo Dodo is a Sindhi style rustic bread made with sorghum or Jowar flour. It’s an easy dish to make and you can serve this for breakfast with just pickle. We are on J in the A to Z Indian Breakfast series and the other choice I had for J was Javvarisi or Sago. […]

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Vegan Gajar Ka Halwa

Vegan Gajar Ka Halwa

Vegan Gajar Ka Halwa is a quick carrot halwa made with minced carrot in a pressure cooker for an instant dessert. This Vegan Gajar Ka Halwa was part of the Mega BM that will be featured soon and while preparing the thali, I couldn’t decide on a quick dessert. Since I had many different versions […]

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Vada Pulusu | How to make Masala Vada Curry Andhra Style

Masala Vada Curry Andhra Style

Vada Pulusu or the Masala Vada Curry Andhra Style is an interesting gravy made with masala vadas in a tangy gravy. First of all, this gravy might have come up to use the leftover masala vadas. However, in our place, we never have leftover masala vadas, so it is always prepared with fresh vadas. The […]

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Aloo Beerakaya Masala Kura

Aloo Beerakaya Masala Kura

Aloo Beerakaya Masala Kura is one of those easy dishes you can make as a side dish for biryanis or pulaos. The nutty coconut and cashew take care of the combination and yes, of course, you can make it for Rotis as well. If you wonder if the coconut and cashew will make this very […]

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Kalmi Vada | How to make Rajasthani Chana Dal Vada

Kalmi Vada

Rajasthani Kalmi Vada is a typical tea time snack which is deep fried chana dal vada with onions, spices and served with green chutney, and tea. This snack is double fried by cutting the regular circular vada and ends up being oblong or long sticks. This is same as the South Indian Masala Vadai, except […]

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Eerulli Chitranna | How to make Onion Seasoned Rice

Eerulli Chitranna

Eerulli Chitranna is an interesting version of seasoned rice made with onions and spices. This is an easy dish to make from Karnataka. I came to know about this dish when I was searching for something else when I came about this word of Eerulli to refer onions. I know we call it Ullipaya, Errakedda […]

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Chak Angouba | Manipuri Vegetable Pulao

Chak Angouba

Chak Angouba is the Manipuri Style of Vegetable Pulao that uses mixed vegetables and simple spices. This Veg Pulao is their staple food and prefers to use black rice than normal white rice. Chak Angouba uses herbs like Chives, though you can use spring onions to substitute. If you are going to use the regular […]

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