Paruppu Adai, a mixed dal dosa from Tamil Nadu, served with butter and jaggery

Paruppu Adai (Mixed Dal Dosa from Tamil Nadu)

Paruppu Adai is a traditional dosa made in Tamil Nadu with Chana Dal and Tuvar Dal as its primary ingredients.

This protein-rich dosa is typically served with butter, jaggery and even Avial.

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Taushe Bhakri | Cucumber Rotti served with Molaga Podi

Taushe Bhakri | Cucumber Bhakri | Cucumber Rotti

Taushe Bhakri | Cucumber Rotti is a traditional Konkani breakfast.

You can make this dish quickly because all you need to do is mix together grated cucumber, grated coconut, rava, chillies, green chillies, salt and touch of sugar to make the batter. No fermenting required.

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Surnoli | Konkani Sweet Dosa

Surnoli | A Sweet Dosa from Saraswat Cuisine

Surnoli is a wonderful light-on-the-stomach sweet dosa made with rice, coconut and jaggery. From what I have read on the Internet, it is a part of the Saraswat cuisine and is quite a popular breakfast in Goa, Mangalore and other such regions where there is  a concentration of Saraswat Brahmins. What

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Andhra Pesarattu served with Upma

Pesarattu | Whole Moong Dal Dosa from Andhra Pradesh

Pesarattu is an all-time favourite in most homes in Andhra Pradesh; it is certainly a favourite in my home where we make it once a week. This is a dosa made with Whole Moong Dal and so in protein-rich and very nutritious. In Andhra Pradesh, Pesarattu is typically served  with

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Gujarati Rice Khichu

Gujarati Rice Khichu | Inspired by Savita Malde

Are you one of those people who absolutely relish the dough made for vadiyalu (vadam, kurdayi)? I am, and my mother and grandmother used to say I eat more of the batter raw than I make vadiyalu with. So this Gujarati Rice Khichu is absolutely THE dish for me to enjoy

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Puli Aval | Chintapandu Atukula Pulihora

Atukula Pulihora | Puli Aval – Gokulashtami Recipe

These past few days have been so busy that I have not been able to try any new recipes for Gokulashtami. But it has been a happy few busy days attending 5 beautiful concerts, working on new projects, learning new kritis, etc. so I have no complaints. 🙂 However, I could

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