A Healthy crunchy, sweet-spicy Snacking exploration from Karnataka. 1. Sweet potatoes are extremely rich in vitamin D which is important for healthy bones, heart, nerves, skin, teeth and thyroid glands. 2. It is gluten-free and hence a healthy choice. 3. It has iron which is needed for the formation of red blood cells and white blood cells. 4. Sweet potatoes are also rich in beta carotene and is the precursor to vitamin A (the body coverts it to vitamin A), which strengthens eyesight and boosts immunity. 5. It has high contents of magnesium, the relaxation and anti-stress mineral. 6. Sweet potato also contains vitamin B6 which is helpful in preventing heart attacks. 7. The potassium in it helps regulate the heartbeat and nerve signals. 8. Sweet potato is also a good source of manganese, which helps maintain normal blood sugar levels and optimal thyroid function. 9. It is a good source of complex carbohydrates, making it beneficial for diabetics and to those who want to lose weight. 10. Being rich in antioxidants, sweet potato helps reduce your risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Made up of ground rice, grated coconut and water also spiced up with cumin
A snack recipe. that is primarily prepared with all purpose flour, sour curd / butter milk and topped with ginger and grated coconut.
sweet made with pure ghee, almonds speiality of gujrat
salty ajwine parotha .
nostalgic and original taste
Also known as banana poori or Sweet poori ,these buns are sweet, soft fluffy puris made using banana. Usually, served with a spicy coconut chutney and sambar
Bajji is a common hot and crispy tea time snack in south india especially during rainy season. Bajji is a simple dish prepared by dipping banana in batter and deep fried in oil. And it is served with any chutney or sauce.
Gram flour, coriander leaves and sesame seeds mixture is cooked in steam like and then sliced and fried. In this way this maharashtrian snack turns out to be more delicious.
Deepfried, crisp, unpuffed maida puri flavoured with salt pepper and ajwain served with Chanadal which in turn is topped with coriander chutney, tamarind chutney and/or with onions
It is a fried Potato Pattice served with some tangy chick pea curry and various condiments.
Sindhi Kadhi/curry is a nutritious and delicious mix of several vegetables, served with rice. The tangy Kadhi is made with roasted besan, (gram flour) and tomatoes.
Bhoplyacha thalipith is one such item made up of pumpkin gourd which can be consumed during fast and mixed with different types of spices including peanut and rice flour or any bhajani flour
Neer Dosa is a very popular, thin and gluten free dosa / pancake/ crepe prepared using rice batter .This dish can be served with jaggery, ghee, chutney, ghee roast or any spicy curry for breakfast / lunch / dinner.
The preparation of this dish is quite elaborate and involves the use of spicy masala, toor dal (a type of lentil) and vegetables. Spices like nutmeg, asafoetida, curry leaves and tamarind pulp contribute to its unique flavour and taste.
Dal is basically prepared using tuvaar dal, chana dal (prepared by removing skin of split chickpeas), mung dal, moth dal, or urad dal. Baati is a hard bread made up of wheat flour commonly known as aata. Wheat flour is kneaded with little bit of salt, dahi (yogurt) and water.
Rich preparation with special masala, vegetables, fresh and dry fruits blended with aroma of pure ghee, garlic and curd.
Chickpea flour (gram flour / besan) dumplings flavored with lots of spices, steamed and cooked in a tasty yogurt gravy, is a traditional Rajasthani speciality.
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Sai bhaji rice is made up of green leafy vegetables and chana dal and some spices it tastes best with rice
Besan ki tikki is one of the easy and tasty food also it goes very well with rice or chapati. it is made up of besan(gram flour),vegetables,and some other spices
Pakoda lasuni Curry is a traditional dish of marwari cuisine which is made up of some vegetables, buttermilk and pakoda which are made individually and then served by dipping it in curry when served with hot steamed rice making it a flavourful experience
Ker Sangri sabzi is a delightful and unique combo of sabzi from Rajasthani cuisine. Berries and beans are cooked with a variety of masalas to make this traditional Rajasthani dish.
Pyaj Kachori is a kind of Rajasthani Kachori, a fried pastry filled with a spicy onion filling. It is one of the famous spicy snack food from Jodhpur and vicinity.
A combination of red-chili based Chicken Curry and crisp dry wafers made from boiled rice
Boneless chicken pieces are cooked well, dipped into a beaten egg white mixture (ande ki safedi), rolled in bread crumbs, and deep-fried
Neer Dosa is a very popular, thin and gluten free dosa / pancake/ crepe prepared using rice batter . This dosa requires no fermentation . Chicken Sukka is a dry version of chicken made with a blend of spices and coconut. This dish can be served with jaggery, ghee, chutney, ghee roast or any spicy curry for breakfast / lunch / dinner.
Crab masala is a delicious dish consisting of crab slowly cooked in spices and vegetables giving you a delightful experience
Macher Chop is a kind of fish cutlet. Macher chop goes best with some ‘mustard sauce’ or ‘kashundi’, with finely sliced onions and lemon squeeze
Masaledaar Gurde Kapure (goat’s kidneys and testicles) which finds high favour in the North India, especially with the Punjabis as their favorite evening snack.
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Kombadi Vade is one such dish which is slowly cooked in spices and different vegetables also is served with vade which are fried puri\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s made up of different flours
Puli means tamarind or sour and Munchi pronounced as moonchi means chilli so essentially it is a hot and sour fish curry which is a very special dish for mangaloreans
This dish is a curry recipe which can be eaten with roti or rice and is a popular dish all across India and mainly it is made in Hyderabad.This hyderabadi mutton masala recipe is a wonderful curry and is full of gravy as the curry requires onions, tomatoes and yogurt to prepare.