Coconut Burfi/kobbari Mitayi is a traditional, simple, quick Dessert to satisfy our sweet tooth with a rich coconut flavor.
Horse Gram chutney powder (Hurali or Kollu or Ulavalu chutney powder) is very tasty, easy to make and a healthy side dish. Goes very well with Dosa, Roti’s and rotti’s.
Enjoy this Chutney powder with hot rice, dosa, idli, rotis and rotti.
This Chutney powder, also popularly known as, Hurali chutney pudi, Kollu podi, Ulavalu pudi. Try this Horse gram chutney, horse gram rasam and palya
Health Benefits for Horse Gram:
Horse Gram is rich in minerals, especially iron, calcium and phosphorus. On the vitamin side, it is very rich B-Complex. Since it falls into the legume family, it is rich in both fiber and proteins. It is also contains polyphenols and antioxidants.
Horse gram is very beneficial for patients with ulcer, diarrhea, hemorrhoids/Piles.
Horse gram is a great diuretic.
Horse gram is documented in Ayurveda to be
beneficial to patients with respiratory issues, including Asthma and Bronchitis.
Excellent home remedy for rheumatic pain.
Sprouted Horse gram Rasam and Palya/Usli/Sundal is one of my family’s favorite foods. This is a two in one dish – we will be making Rasam and and it’s side dish with a common main ingredient, Horsegram.
Plantain dosa is healthy and delicious dosa. Very easy recipe and no fermentation is needed to make this nutritionally rich morning breakfast dish.
Plantains are loaded with Vitamin B6, antioxidants and minerals. Plantains contains soluble fibers which aid in regular bowel movements.
To know how plantain fairs against banana, please refer to our blog, Plantain Vs Banana, which is better?
We have this delicious dosa recipe using the baalekaayi. This variety of plantain dosa does not require fermentation.