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Wheat Biscuits | whole wheat biscuits without baking powder and soda

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Wheat biscuits are healthy and loaded with fiber. This is an easy to make biscuit recipe with no eggs. In addition I made this whole wheat biscuits without baking powder and baking soda. For crunchiness I have added grated coconut and crushed almonds too. You can also check for some ...

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Ragi Ladoo | Healthy ragi ladoo with popped ragi and jaggery

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Ragi ladoo is a delicious and easy to make sweet dish with ragi/finger millet,grated coconut and jaggery solution. It is a common traditional sweet of south india. Ragi is a very healthy and calcium rich cereal which is good equally for both kids and adults. Usually we make ragi ladoo ...

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Oats Unniyappam | Oats Paniyaram

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Oats Unniyappam is a famous traditional snack of Kerala. We used to make unniyappam with rice. I would like the share traditional Unniyappam recipe with you. Here I tried a healthy unniyappam with oats. When we are making normal unniyappam with rice, we need to keep it for fermentation. This ...

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Vegetarian Shammi Kabab | Shami kabab | Black Chana Cutlet

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Kababs are perfect starters. This vegetarian shammi kabab is very easy to make protein rich snack. It is a very popular awadhi dish. Non vegetarian Shami kabab we used to make with mutton which is super delicious and very tender. Black chana is very popular in kerala as we used ...

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Aloo Poha Tikki |Potato and beaten rice cutlet

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Tikki is a very popular North Indian dish. It is a very healthy and easy to make starter .There are so many variation in tikki like aloo tikki,poha tikki,aloo paneer tikki etc… In all tikki recipes, the main ingredient is potato. I have already posted Soya aloo tikki which is ...

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Cabbage Pakkavada | How to make Cabbage Pakkavada

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Pakkavada/Ullivada is a traditional snack item of South India. Usually Pakkavada is made with besan and onion. In Kerala it is also known as ullivada. We can make pakkavada more healthy by adding vegetables. Here I used cabbage for making this pakkavada. Adding rice flour into pakkavada mix make it ...

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Ragi Kozhukatta | Steamed Finger Millet Dumplings with step by step photos

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Kozhukkatta is the famous traditional snack of South India. In Kerala we used to prepare kozhukkatta with rice flour,grated coconut and jaggery. We can also add beaten rice along with grated coconut and jaggery while filling. Here I made kozhukkatta with ragi. Ragi is a wonderful grain which is rich ...

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Beetroot Murukku Recipe | How to make murukku

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Healhty and crunchy beetroot murukku. Murukku is actually originated from TamilNadu. Murukku is a very healthy snack compared to the bakery items. I have already tried Butter murukku,Cornflour murukku,Green gram murukku,Special murukku and Omapodi/Sev. This beetroot murukku is bit different. I thought of making murkku some more attractive. So tried ...

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Sugiyan Recipe | How to Make Sukhiyan

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Sukhiyan is one of my favorite dish which I used to prepare at least once in a month. It brought back happy memories of my childhood. Sukhiyan is a very easy to prepare and healthy snack. The filling we are using for sukhiyan is Green gram(cherupayar) and jaggery. Some people ...

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Butter Murukku | Easy butter murukku recipe with step by step photos

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I started making murukku for my son as he always wants something to eat 🙂 especially on weekends. Usually I make wheat flour diamond cuts for them as snack. For this diwali I have seen so many murukku varieties in many South Indian cooking sites. In that I noticed butter ...

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