ರಾಗಿ ಮಣ್ಣಿ/Finger Millet Halwa

Ragi/Millet is most well known for its rich calcium content than any other cereals. In South India it is the most common food fed for growing children. This is even given as one of first cereals to babies for its rich nutrition filled with calcium and iron and protein content. Moreover it is easily digestible…

ದೀಪಾವಳಿ ತಿಂಡಿಗಳು/Deepavali snacks

Coming back to blogging after a long break over the deepavali is like just landing after a jet lag. The weekend of deepavali was filled with fun and feast for us celebrating with family and friends it was overall a fun filled events and celebrations for kids. From clockwise Rava laadu, Chakkali, mixture, kara sev,…

ಬೂಂದಿ ಲಾಡು/Bhoondi Laddu

Happy navratri to one and all! hope all of you all enjoyed celebrating feasts. It was long since I made laddus so thought of making Bhoondi laddu which I learnt the very first time correctly last year during deepavali. It turned out to be a quite easy at firs try. This is one of the most…

Kadabu and panchgajaya on Ganesh chaturti Event

Normal menu at my native usually consists of 21 different variety of sweets and savory items along with 2 kosumbaris, 2 types of palya(vegetable fry), 2 types of Hasi/pachadi with coconut and yogurt base, gojju/kayirasa, tilisaru, thambli, huli(sambhar), majjige huli, masala bhath, bhajjis/vadas, 2 types of kadabu and lot more. I restricted our food to…

ವರಲಕ್ಷ್ಮೀ ಹಬ್ಬ/Varalakshmi festival

 This post had to be posted long ago took so long to appear. It was busy month visiting my friends houses in the evenings and sweets and sweets and kara with all the yummy frieds crisp vadas. Basically every other day we ended up with lot of yummy food. Here comes my lakshmi pooje. Usually it…