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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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
Idli is a steamed rice pancake and is best served with coconut chutney or sambar. It is an excellent breakfast recipe, Make soft idli using microwave and in very simple and easy method. We get the same authentic taste and well as soft idlis. Ingredients: Rice (3 cups) Black gram dal/Urad dal (Broken or whole) –
Vattappam is a sweet rice cake steamed. It is an excellent snack/ breakfast dish. It is an authentic dish originated from the state of Kerala. I have used microwave to make this dish. However, the recipe and the taste remains the same. Ingredients: Rice(1 cup) Freshly grated Coconut(1/2 cup) Yeast(1 tsp) Boiled rice(2 tbsp)