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Moong dal (aka Split Yellow Gram) ke pakora

Here’s what i learned today:

  • ‘Dal’ is used for split lentils
  • ‘Sabut’ is used for whole lentils

Well today my recipe is based on lentil i.e yellow moong dal or as we call it yellow split gram.Lentils are low in fat and has fiber and potassium.Which is very good for our health.We Indians use these regularly in various recipes, be it dal, khichdi, halva, chat, paratha etc…etc. 103 more words


Black Gram Dhal Pakoda and Coconut Thuvaiyal (Chutney)

In Tamil Nadu, snacks made with ground black gram dhal, like pakodas, vadais, and bondas are favourite teatime snacks. Pakodas are the easiest to make as the batter consistency is not too difficult to achieve, and the batter need not be shaped in the form of the vadai with a hole, or the beautiful globular bonda. 366 more words


Cashew nut (Kaju) and Broccoli Pakode/Fritters

Indian tea time or any indian celebration is incomplete without this Pakode/Fritters. Keeping the basic ingredient the same, you can twist and turn this yummy pakora’s to suit your taste-buds. 703 more words


You and Us

“When being together is more important than what you do, you are with a friend.” – Connie McMartin

I’ve been friends with S for the last 11 years now. 487 more words


சமையல் குறிப்பு - ராகி பகோடா

சமையல் குறிப்பு – ராகி பகோடா

சமையல் குறிப்பு – ராகி பகோடா

ருசியான உணவுகளை சாப்பிடுவதை அரிதாக வைத் துக்கொண்டு

தெரிந்து கொள்ளுங்கள்


Sqwaak  Sqwaak…

A high pitched noise rammed into my ears as i was lazily spending the afternoon sharing the joy of  our INDIAN cricket teams win over  South Africa making a history with my folks.As usual i thought it would be one of those crazy college guys making way for their cars.But the sqwaak came in again,closer this time  !! 533 more words


Cabbage pakoda

Appa has always been very interested in cooking or at least in figuring out recipes of items we would eat outside and trying to recreate them. 427 more words