Plain Sev or Ompudi or omapodi is very easy and addictive snack and is commonly used in Indian Chaats like Sev Puri, Masala Puri Bhel puri… For the flavor and digestion the Omkaalu or ajwain is used in this recipe. If you don’t like the ajwain, you can skip the same and prepare plain sev. This sev is not only for chaats, you can just eat it with Chai or Coffee or keep it in a bowl next to you and crunch it as you work. This truly happens in my home. My daughter loves to keep a bowl of this sev when she does her homework :) All this salty, crispy, crunchy snacks like chakli, kodbaLe, mixture …. are her companias during her homework sessions. Prepare this simple easy to make snack for Navarathri gombe bagina, as offering to Shri Krishna or for Deepavali as well.
Malnad style green beans Palya !
Green Beans are the source of copper, high fiber, calcium,iron and manganese along with Vitamin C, Vitamin K! . Fresh beans can be eaten raw and it is low calorie vegetable. Try to buy tender beans for this recipe.
Bombay saagu or Potato sagu and Poori is the very popular combination you see in every restaurant menu. Simple ingredients, very easy recipe is this potato sagu. No grinding required. Saagu can be prepared using mixed vegetables as well. Bombay Sagu goes well with chapati, rava idli, and set dosa.
Akki rotti is extremely popular signature breakfast dish of Karnataka. Akki Rotti is unique breakfast dish made with healthy greens and spices. This healthy, delicious rice rotti is vegan and gluten free . The basic akki rotti can be made with rice flour, chopped green chillies, coconut and onion. Creativity does not stop here when it comes to Akki Rotti preparation. Any of your favorite vegetables like carrot, cucumber, sweet potato, potatoes you name it, can be added to it , greens (soppugaLu) make it more flavorful.There are varieties of akki rotti. So create your own akki rotti and share your thoughts with us! Eat rotti as it is or with chutney, ghee or butter.