Ragi rotti is one of my favorite breakfast.It is healthy millet recipe. Ragi Rotti extremely popular breakfast in Karnataka. Ragi is rich in calcium, iron and fiber. It also contains phytochemicals, which aids in slowing down the digestion process. Ragi's high levels of niacin help in increasing HDL cholesterol while lowering Triglycerides. For this you can add any vegetables like zucchini, daikon, bottle gourd, and greens like methi leaves or dill.
When it comes to churumuri, there is one particular vendor I think of, back when I was brought up in Mysore. There was a small shop popularly called Bhattara Angadi(shop) in Saraswathipuram 1st main road. Every evening, there used to be a big crowd that gathered in front of his small shop to savor the churumuri. In fact, people used to come from far away places just to eat his churumuri.
I remember, one rupee would get enough enough churumuri for 4 to 5 people.. 25 paise/1 pack! Hm… it was just mouthwatering. It had a very unique taste that was very different compared to the other street vendors! Here I am trying to replicate that taste and satisfy my taste buds with the imagination of the churumuri I used to eat!
It is always something about this Upahara Dashini/Restaurant sambar for Idlis. Each Darshini has their unique recipe for the sambar for Idli. This sambar recipe is from one the Dashinis from Bangalore. My sister's friend owns a darshini and this is from her.
Avalakki Oggarane or Seasoned Poha / avalakki Upma is very easy, quick and simple breakfast menu. Also it is a quick snack in the evening. We have three varieties of poha, thick, medium and thin also known as paper avalakki. I already gave the recipe of Thin masala avalakki. For this avalakki oggarane we use either medium or thick one. Here is the simple recipe to the wonderful dish.