KODBALE / KODUBALE /CRISPY SPICY RINGS

kodubale, kodbale

kodubale recipe | kodubale recipe | ring murukku recipe | spicy kodbale | ಕೋಡುಬಳೆ Kodbale  | Kodubale is a popular anytime snack very popular in Karnataka. Kodu means horn and bale means bangle in Kannada. Popularly made during festival times and a great treat to   send off snacsk with kids who leave their home town… 

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THATTAI / NIPATTU GOKULAASHTAMI | DIWALI RECIPE

THATTAI , gOKULAASHTAMI , KRISHNA JAYANTHI RECIPE

These thin rice crispies called Thattai/Nipattu can be seriously addictive. With easily available ingredients in most kitchens these are now no longer festival snacks. With the easy to make steps , can be made in minutes with small quantities as you don’t want to indulge too much but yet craving for something spicy and savory. Usually at my place I… 

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Pottukadalai murukku | Butter murukku & Thenkuzhal murukku recipe | How to make Thenkuzhal murukku

butter murukku | Pottukadali murukku

Pottukadalai murukku recipe & Thenkuzhal murukku recipe | How to make Thenkuzhal murukku Butter murukku and Thenkuzhal murukku , two teatime , festival snack recipes ..😋😋that can be prepared in a jiffy each under 30 minutes . 1.Butter murukku with pottukadalai / Fried gram dal and rice flour and 2.Rice flour udad dal flour Thenkuzhal …this… 

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Muthusaram (Mullu Murukku)

Muthusaram / mullu muruku is a delicious deep fried snack made using rice flour and dals. Traditionally the rice flour was prepared at home by washing well, soaking few minutes and laying out the soaked drained rice on a mat or a cotton cloth to airdry . This was powdered and sieved well to use… 

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Millet flour Dahi vadas ( Faraali recipe )

vrat recipes, upwas recipes

This Faraali recipe / Fasting Recipe for Dahi vadas is adapted from Tarla Dalal with some changes. Sanwa  millet   is an annual grass cultivated in Japan and South East Asia. In many parts of the world Sanwa has been used in food products like porridge, breads ,cakes and cookies. It comes from the millet family… 

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