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Mango rice

Mango rice  A simple South Indian style mango rice made with ripe sour or raw mango. … Heat  oil Then add chana dal and peanuts. … Then put urad dal and roast it till light brown. Add dry red chili and curry leaves. … Add ginger paste and green chili. … Then add turmeric powder and hing. Immediately add grated mango and salt. … Add coconut and mix it. mix with kolam rice. add little nalla ennai it would be more gama…

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oats Idli upma

Idli upma is a simple and delicious dish made with leftover idlis. This is a common breakfast dish in South India, which can be prepared in no time.You can prepare this upma even if your idlis are hard or soft , but my idli are always soft ..follow my post @www.indianfoodexpress.in To learn how to make idli upma following this easy recipe with leftover idlys.…

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Vethakolumbu rice

Vetha Kolumbu is a Tamil Nadu specialty recipe. It was my grandparents’ favorite dish. When mixed with rice, the great combination of tamarind and jaggery gives a tangy taste to your taste buds…pramadham for rainy season… thanks @grandsweets & snacks ..ready made vetha kolumbu podi . the instant vathal kulambhu podi.,  Just add this powder to the tamarind paste and water and bring it to a boil, yummy vathal kulambhu is ready…

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Ajwain Bajji in a Rainy season is a tempting snack

k. Why not make it very healthy by using “Karpooravalli / Omavalli / Ajwain / Mexican Mint / Oregano Leaves” instead of banana? People who would not eat omavalli leaves otherwise will also won’t mind. By this way, this is a very popular snack in south. A really delicious bajji can be made using omavalli and you will never get the pungent taste from the leaves when it is made into this dish. It taste really good and yummyyy. My…

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Judging @greatgujaratcookingcompetition

Judging for 10 hrs is not an easy job @greatgujaratcookingcompetition The event wouldn’t have been complete without a live audience of about 50 and a judging panel (which included myself, But judging a competition wasn’t anything like I thought it would be.thanks to @narendrabhuwalka for this Special big event. Going into the judging, I feared I’d have to weather sampling a bunch of bland, under-seasoned food—but just the opposite was true. I found many of the dishes to be way…

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Simple kanta poha

Kanda Poha recipe which is similar to aloo poha is a popular maharashtrian snack recipe and a breakfast recipe made with aval and is an amazing and a quick snack recipe good to go with tea time in this rainy season…..yes it’s raining in Mumbai…

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Idiappam

• Oil – 2 teaspoons. • Water – as required. • Salt – to taste. • Rice flour – 2 cups. Method: Take a kadai add water, salt, oil, let the water boil once it is boiling switch off the flame and put the flour, keep mixing to make a dough not very soft dough.t Now steam it for 7-10 minutes. Once the dough is ready press the mixture into it and then take idli pan apply the oil and…

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Neer dosa

Neer dosa Soak rice for minimum 3 hrs. put to a mixer along with grated coconut, salt. Grind very smoothly adding required water. Adjust water consistency so that it is runny like we make for rava dosa. Heat a tawa and pour the prepared batter first along the outside and fill in the middle.neer dosa ready ..…

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Navdhanya kuzhipaniyaram

My hubby started loving it at the first bite and nowadays it is a mandatory menu in all restaurants. For a change I tried kuzhipaniyaram with different grains for the sake of my Diabetic Mother In law, which came out very well than the original one!!! Try this Multi Grain Kuzhipaniyaram for breakfast and start a healthy day….like me with loads of smile…

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