Little Millet (samai) pongal

Pongal is a commonly prepared breakfast in South india which is usually made using raw rice and moong dhal . Sauting the pongal with homemade ghee gives pongal an extraordinary flavour and taste. variety of millets are available in market. I have chosen little millet for making pongal . It is rich in fibre, zinc…

Kozhukattai/Modak

Kozhukattais are very traditional sweet prepared on Ganesh chadurthi. Kids usually love to have kozhukattais and the stuffing differs in each house as per their taste . Spicy kozhukattais are also prepared which requires only sauting of mustard seeds,Channa dhal,curry leaves,chillies, onions and coconut .,Which are added to rice dough before steaming. My family loves…

Nei Appam / sweet paniyaram

On the auspicious days like varalakshmi pooja, gokulashtami,and karthigai deepam, appam is usually a must made prasadam for God. Appam is traditionally made using raw rice and jaggery with the flavour of cardamom. Bananas in appam makes the appam really delicious. Try doing these healthy appams during pooja days and even on other days for…

Banana flower fritters / vada

Usually Banana stem, leaves and fruits are used or consumed in our day today life. Banana flower is consumed rarely because it involves tedious job of cleaning before cooking it also it tastes sometimes bitter. My mom used to say that we need to ask for red banana flower otherwise thenvaalai (karpooravalli) banana flower to…