Tuesday, 17 June 2014
Avalakki dosa or a dosa prepared out of commonly known as poha or beaten rice is very sumptuous when eaten. It is a batter prepared out of rice mixed with poha and coconut scrapings. It is a bit different from Urad ( Black Gram ) dosa but will remind you of set dosa .This dosa will turn out to be very soft in texture and full of small pores all over it.
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Monday, 16 June 2014
Rava roti is a soft roti prepared out of semolina or rawa, which is quite famous in Mangalore region. Unlike Rava Dosa recipe , here, the batter is in a semi solid consistency and more over this roti has to be roasted in a low flame to attain the desired amount of crispiness.
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Saturday, 14 June 2014
This side dish prepared out of capsicum is excellent in taste and can be quickly prepared.I learnt this recipe from one of my relatives. Here in this recipe, capcicum is mixed with jeera and green chillies.This sauteed capcicum goes on well with puri, chapathi and also is very ideal dish to prepare while you are travelling.
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Monday, 21 April 2014
Jerkins fry is a spicy sauteed vegetable which goes on well with both rice and chapathi. It turns out to be very crispy due to constant frying in a low flame. Here jerkins ( or tondekayi in kannada ) are mixed with red chilli powder and a little bit of salt. Though this side dish is very easy to prepare, it takes a long time for frying the same. Using jerkins, you can prepare the sauteed vegetable in different types and I will be showing them one by one in my upcoming blog posts.
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Monday, 31 March 2014
Usually most of the times, chutneys are prepared out of raw mangoes but the one that I am going to show now is prepared out of the sweet mango. It is a south Indian variety and this goes on well with dosa specially neer dosa and you can eat it along with rice also. Now, currently as the mango season is prevailing, you can prepare it in any time.
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