Kajjaya/athirasam is very traditional festival food, prepared usually during DeepavaLi festival. This is a tricky sweet until you master the jaggery syrup consistency, then it is going to be an easy dish.
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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Poori is one of the popular breakfast dish across India. Deep fried indian bread poori is very easy to make, very delicious and addictiveAlmost every kid loves Poori. The popular combination in south indian restaurants with this poori is Vegetable Sagu and Bombay Sagu/ Potato Sagu which is mainly popularized by MTR restaurant in Bangalore.
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.