Chaat but healthy. Misnomer? Not at all. This is a very quick, easy and healthy chaat that can be prepared by anyone in the family :). This is one of the chaat’s where you can get very creative. Corn chaat is very handy if you have sweet corn at home and you can whip up a tasty snack on a very short notice. Surely this is kids favorite snack! Here is the recipe to Simple spicy Sweet Corn chat or Masala Corn.
Cabbage Manchurian recipe is adopted from the Chinese cuisine to our taste. Here is this recipe I have not used any store bought sauce like soya sauce, tomato ketchup. Pure and simple! This is 2 in 1 dish, you can just make cabbage pakora and eat or you can add the cabbage bonda/pakoda to oggarane/ Masala and enjoy as Manchurian! Kids friendly and perfect evening snack with a hot cup of coffee or Tea!
Radish Salad or Moolangi Kosambari is very easy to make, nutritious side dish or snack. To make it protein rich you can soak the Moong dal and add it to the salad. Mulangi / Daikon Radish are low calorie, fat free vegetables, rich in vitamin C, calcium and fiber. Raw Radish helps in preventing and controlling the piles. It helps in digestion, detox the body, boosts the immunity, and good for bone health. Also it is good for weight loss.
Enne Rotti, I cannot think of any English name for this recipe, unique to our region! Enne Rotti is a special Malnad dish, deep fried snack or breakfast with greens and spice. It is gluten free snack. You can eat this crunchy rotti with butter, coconut chutney or any chutney.