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Chilli idli recipe | Kaima idli recipe|Easy idli recipes

Chilli idli recipe: Easy,tasty and spicy snack with leftover idlis. Restaurant tyle chilli idli recipe @ http://cookclickndevour.com/chilli-idli-recipe ‪#‎cookclickndevour‬ ‪#‎idli‬ ‪#‎streetfood‬ ‪#‎snack‬

Palak/Spinach Ambat Recipe

Spinach/Palak Ambat (spinach cooked in spicy coconut and lentil gravy from South India)

Chettinad Kuzhi Paniyaram Recipe made with leftover idli-dosa batter. A quick, easy and healthy snack or breakfast dish

Adai is a savory Indian pancake traditional made for breakfast. It is extremely health and made from a batter of rice and an assortment of lentils.

Adai

Adai is a savory Indian pancake traditional made for breakfast. It is extremely health and made from a batter of rice and an assortment of lentils.

Easy Pineapple Rasam

Pineapple Rasam - A thin South Indian soup made with pineapples and lots of freshly ground aromatic spices. With a hint of sweetness, a hint of spiciness and a hint of tang. Perfect for the cold weather.

Rice Appe ( How To Make Rice Appe )

Rice Appe ( How To Make Rice Appe ) recipe | by Tarla Dalal | Tarladalal.com | #32847

Vegetable Bonda

Vegetable Bonda - The perfect snack to have along with my evening tea. a deep fried, spicy South Indian fritter made with chickpea flour batter and a delicious vegetable filling. Crispy on the outside and soft inside.

Upma is a classic South Indian breakfast dish usually made from semolina / rava or vermicelli. This “Cornmeal Upma” is a slight twist on the quick and easy upma replacing semolina with cornmeal. Ghee is added for additional flavor. Vegans can skip it.

Upma is a classic South Indian breakfast dish usually made from semolina / rava or vermicelli. This “Cornmeal Upma” is a slight twist on the quick and easy upma replacing semolina with cornmeal. Ghee is added for additional flavor. Vegans can skip it.

Ven Pongal is a traditional South Indian breakfast made with rice and lentils. It is perfectly flavored with a tempering of ghee, ginger, pepper, Jeera and tastes amazing along with a little sambar and coconut chutney. Vegan can skip the milk or use a non-dairy one and then use oil instead of ghee.

Ven Pongal

Ven Pongal is a traditional South Indian breakfast made with rice and lentils. It is perfectly flavored with a tempering of ghee, ginger, pepper, Jeera and tastes amazing along with a little sambar and coconut chutney. Vegan can skip the milk or use a non-dairy one and then use oil instead of ghee.