Haalu Holige aka Poori Payasa is one the traditional recipes, simple to make yet very delicious karnataka sweet. This is an authentic Karnataka sweet dish. Basically crisp puri soaked in Kheer or payasam. There is nothing like one recipe for this scrumptious haalu holige . The payasa or the dip can be prepared in many different ways. You can make gasagase payasa, or the one which is shown in this recipe with milk and nuts like almonds and cashews along with the poppy seeds. Try this super delicious haalu holige for this thanksgiving get-together or during christmas holidays!
Mysore pak is traditional age old sweet with rich flavor of ghee and Besan or gram flour. It is believed to be a royal sweet.. Now we prepare it for the festivals ..Deepavali is here so try this soft, melts in the mouth There are many different ways this mysore pak can be prepared, this is definitely a fail proof recipe. Every time you will get the soft Mysore pak ! This recipe is from my friend Shaila.
Broken wheat payasa/Cracked wheat/ godhi payasa is another mouth watering payasa we will prepare during festival season. Navarathri, sharavana masa are very auspicious days and month we offer many sweet dishes to God. Payasa/kheer are one of the healthiest and delicious sweet dishes. This is very nutritious toddler and kids food
Vaddaraagi Hittu/raagi sari/ manni is the best and oldest way of making the baby food. Raagi as we all know has calcium, iron and many more important nutrients which are needed for the growing baby. Start with making the powder using the Raagi/finger millet.Then add one ingredient at a time. This raagi hittu/powder is very healthy and conatins all the essential ingredients for the growing baby/Kid.