This recipe requires idli dosa batter. For the idli dosa batter recipe click here. If you have seen it already, you can continue here 🙂 Masala paniyaram is made of left over idli dosa batter. A special pan called paniyaram pan is used. Traditionally, this pan was made of iron. I have seen it my
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Rose milk is a good energy booster and a flavorful drink and can be included in your diet. Ingredients: Rose Syrup (3 tsp) Milk (chilled, 1 cup) Basil seeds/Sabja (1/2 tsp) Method: Soak Basil seeds or Sabja in water for about 20 minutes. In a serving glass, pour milk, rose syrup and mix well. Add
Rose milk jelly is a delicious dessert made of milk and jelly.. A quick and easy recipe that you can try out any time for a perfect meal. Ingredients: Milk (5 cups) Gelatin powder (2 & 1/2 tbsp) Powdered sugar(1/3 cup) Vanila essence( 1 tsp) Rose syrup(1/4 tsp) Method: In a mixing bowl, add
Papadum is a crispy side dish served with Indian meals. Usually it is deep fried. If not, it is roasted on a tava or pan.
Enjoy this diwali with an oil free, no deep fry recipe. Baked Shankarpali is baked instead of deep fried. Happy Diwali
Microwave Modak is a quick to make Modak recipe and would be a perfect dish for this Ganesh Chaturti festival.
This is a modified version of the traditional Modak recipe for a Microwave is used for the cooking instead of a traditional gas stove.
The recipe remains the same, taste remains the same. Less mess and less time consuming dish,
Sanas is a rice pancake, very soft and and excellent breakfast dish. Sanas is a Goan dish. I first tasted Sanas in Bangalore and i liked it very much. It is not idli but looks like one. I enjoyed the tasty sanas which had a beautiful shape and was very soft that melted in the