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Krishna Jayanthi (Gokulashtami)
Easy Ghee Mysore Pak (Pressure Cooker Method)
By DK on Sep 8, 2018
Mysore Pak is demystified by using Pressure cooker method where your humble Indian pressure cooker does all its magic in making this delicious chickpea (besan) fudge!
Easy Rava Kesari (OPOS)
By DK on Mar 9, 2018
Kesari is easy to make. But with OPOS cooking using pressure cooker, it becomes even simpler and almost hands off.
Maida Burfi (Indian Fudge using Flour)
By DK on Jan 3, 2016
South Indian Burfi made using all purpose flour is simple, easy & quick to make. Made during Indian festivals, it finds favour amidst adults and kids alike.
Aval Kesari (Poha Sheera)
By DK on Sep 23, 2015
This extremely simple Indian dessert is quick to put together with minimal ingredients. Very commonly made during festivals like Diwali, Krishna Jayanthi etc
Ribbon (Pakoda) Murukku
By DK on Oct 9, 2014
Call it Ribbon murukku or Ribbon pakoda, this south Indian savory plays a prominent role not only during festivals like Diwali but also enjoyed otherwise.
Arisi Murukku ( Rice Flour Butter Chakli)
By DK on Sep 9, 2014
Simple to make, quick to put together - these crunchy snacks will slowly melt in the mouth thanks to addition of butter. Very addictive.
Paruppu Vadai (Karthigai Vadai)
By DK on Nov 12, 2013
These South Indian fritters are made using Chana Dal, Toor Dal, Urad dal and Moong dal made during Karthigai in my family. Crunchy Protein rich snack
Pasi Paruppu Payasam (Moong dal Kheer)
By DK on Nov 7, 2013
Pasi Paruppu also known Paitham Paruppu Payasam is a simple South Indian sweet pudding made during festivals. Mung beans, Jaggery and Milk are used to make this
Mullu (Thenkuzhal) Murukku
By DK on Sep 17, 2012
Popular South Indian savories, these are made during festival seasons like Diwali & Krishna Jayanthi. Crispy & aromatic, these make great snacks for adults and kids alike.
Maladu (Pottukadalai/Roasted Gram Laddu)
By DK on May 9, 2012
Maa Ladoo/maladoo is a famous South Indian sweet referred to as "Pottukadalai Urundai" and is made during festive/special occasions.
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By DK on Nov 15, 2009
Kheer/Pal Payasam (Indian Rice Pudding)
By DK on Oct 14, 2009
Besan Rava Ladoo
By DK on Sep 22, 2009
Murukku ( Chakli )
By DK on Sep 8, 2009
Rava Laddu or Rava Laddoo?…
By DK on Jun 30, 2009
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