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
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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
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Kadalai Paruppu Sundal (Channa Dal Salad) By DK on Oct 1, 2013

This simple Channa Dal salad (Bengal Gram/ Split chickpeas) is made during Navaratri Festival. Simple, Quick and Nutritious.
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Semiya Payasam (Vermicelli Kheer) using Condensed Milk By DK on Oct 9, 2012

Vermicelli Pudding is a popular dessert in India made throughout the year during special & festive occasions. This version makes use of condensed milk & milk.
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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.
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Karanji (Karchikai, Kajjikayalu) By DK on Sep 12, 2012

Known as Karanji in Maharashtra, Kajjikayalu in Andhra and Karchikkai in Karanataka, its a sweet with crispy covering made during Ganesh chaturthi & Diwali.
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Thenkuzhal Murukku By DK on Aug 26, 2011

Crispy snacks made of Rice & black lentil flour, these deep fried thenkulals are made during festivals like Krishna Jayanthi & Diwali. Also enjoyed year round.
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Mani/Ammini Kozhukattai (Pearl Modaks) By DK on Sep 9, 2010

These pearl modaks are mini versions of the traditional Uppu kozhukattais made using the leftover/excess rice flour dough and the black gram(lentil)filling.
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Uppu Kozhukattai (Savoury Modak) By DK on Sep 5, 2010

The other traditional kollukattai that's made during Ganesh chaturthi apart the sweet one is this type called as Uppu kozhakattai made using black gram lentils.
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Vella Kozhukattai (Sweet Modak) By DK on Sep 4, 2010

Warm kolukattais made with jaggery coconut filling is not only Lord Ganesha's favorite but for many of us. This traditional filling is made during the festival.
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