Baby Corn fry is very easy to make, delicious evening snack. Baby corns are actually corns harvested early when the stalks are small and immature. We can consume the whole corn with the cob.
Chiroti is one of the delicacies of Karnataka. This Sweet dish is considered as royal dessert. This chirote or Padir Peni or penori is made during weddings. Traditionally this recipe calls for Chiroti Rave ( the name for this sooji/rave comes from this sweet) , now a days this is prepared using Maida / All Purpose flour. Chiroti as such it is not sweet by itself. This flaky sweet served with Powdered Sugar and Saffron Badam Milk. My daughter like to eat crisp Chiroti with powdered Sugar. My son wants to add Badam Milk to this. However the way we want to eat Chiroti it is just mouthwatering, amazing sweet.
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Rava Vada or Sooji vada is instant vade and very easy to prepare compared to traditional urad dal vade which requires soaking, and grinding. So whenever you feel like eating vada, this instant rave vade is the answer. Try this winter this Semolina vadai – a perfect evening snack with hot cup of Filter Coffee or Tea.
This Rave vada is no onion no garlic dish, but if you like you can add chopped onion.
If you’re interested in urad dal vada, check out the recipe here.
Peanut Chutney powder is very easy to make, super delicious and healthy pudi. This is popularly called Dry Shenga Chutney in north Karnataka/ uttara karnataka region. I was really amazed by the nutritional benefits we get from this peanuts. 1 cup has 38 grams of protein and it is good source of dietary fiber, potassium, magnesium and iron. Unfortunately many are developing allergy to this little nut. If you and your family members are not allergic to peanuts I highly recommend the use of this nuts. Roast it at home, eat with the skin, which helps you to digest.
This chutney powder goes well with rotti , dosa, rice and add this powder to yogurt / curd and add onion seasoning to make a curd chutney or mosaru chutney.