Oct 202015
 
Instant oats and urad dal dosa - soft, spongy dosa

Today, I am posting this lovely soft and spongy dosa recipe — oats and urad dal dosa. This is an instant dosa and needs no fermentation. Also, the addition of oats makes this very high in fibre and urad dal gives it the protein advantage. I highly recommend you all to try this oats and urad dal dosa, because this [Read more]

Oct 012015
 
South Indian Punugulu (with dosa batter) - tea time snack

Punugulu or punukulu is a mouth watering Andhra street food, that is commonly prepared using dosa batter. I have many memories attached to this wonderful crispy tea time snack recipe. When I was a child, my father used to bring home punugulu almost on every weekend when he goes to market. The crisp fried punugulu is normally packed with either [Read more]

Sep 282015
 
Homemade whole wheat cookies -- atta biscuits

It’s been a long time since I posted some cookies (biscuits). So, last weekend I was just asking my husband to give me an idea for a healthy and nutritious cookie that can be eaten like a snack. He immediately suggested whole wheat cookies mixed with a handful of lightly roasted nuts. I loved the idea and we together made [Read more]

Aug 272015
 
Instant Bread Uttapam

Bread uttapam is again one of those easy and instant recipes that can be prepared for breakfast, lunch or dinners. I normally make this bread uttapam for dinner whenever I want something quick to prepare and light on the tummy. These uttapams are a healthy breakfast and lunch options too. You can pair them up with any salad or fruits [Read more]

Jun 172015
 
Vegetable vermicelli upma - semiya upma

Vermicelli upma also called semiya or seviyan upma is another commonly prepared breakfast recipe in south India. It is prepared the same way like regular rava upma, but using vermicelli or semiya. After idly and dosa this vermicelli upma is the next most frequently prepared south Indian breakfast in my home. A cup of coffee along with this upma makes [Read more]