Little Millets Idli | Samai Idli

Little Millet (Panicum miliare), one of the small millets, is called kutki in Hindi, sava (Marathi), gajro (Gujrati), same (Kannada), samai (Tamil), and samalu (Telugu). It is suitable for most age groups esp diabetics and those looking to manage weights and avoiding rice . Little millets are almost like proso milltes from same family but much smaller . Most millet varieties have low carbs and therefore… 

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Carrot Rava Idli |No soda | no Eno

rava idli

Delicious rava idlis either plain or with grated vegetables can be enjoyed without adding soda or Eno, as many of us want our children to enjoy such foods without adding any additives . Fermented foods are also easily digested. Many of us think rava idlis must be prepared with only soda or Eno added to… 

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Millets Adai | Kodo millets mixed Dals adai

kodo millet adai

Kodo millets / Varagu in Tamil makes a good substitute for rice for preparation of may dishes and one such is the protein rich Adai . dosa with a blend of mixed dals . Serve with avial, loads of vegetables, a spot of butter and jaggery , the traditional way to enjoy a healthy dish… 

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VENGAYA KOSU | Kose ( SPICY ONION TOMATO CHETTINAD CURRY )

vengaya kosu

Vengaya Kosu is a spicy onion tomato curry ¬†from the Chettinad kitchens and served as a an accompaniment to idlis, dosas , pongal. This dish can be made as spicy as you like or keep it milder but makes a delicious side dish and a great change from the regular tiffin sambar. This dish can… 

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Coconut Mint chutney | Hotel style Coconut mint chutney

coconut mint chutney

Many of us love the hotel style coconut mint chutney esp seen in several small eateries in Karnataka, esp Bangalore , they just add ladles of this yummy chutney which is pretty thin watery but full of flavors . The recipe which is pretty close to the same . coconut mint coriander chutney : 1/2… 

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