Traditional chickpeas recipe prepared during festivals as an offering to the Lord. Also available in several well known temples as prasadam.
Mango Popsicle is so cooling and refreshing candy that cheers the young and old.
Soft and delicious Cashew Almond Burfi can be prepared in just about 30 min. Ideal for special occasions when you can serve home-made, less pricey sweets.
Though they share similar ingredients like Besan, 7 Cup Burfi is not as well known as the popular Mysore Pak, but can taste equally great.
Rava Laddu or Ladoo is a simple and easy to make sweet made of Semolina. Quite popular in South Indian homes and my family favorite.
Just another great tasting yet easy to prepare Homemade Chocolate prepared by melting Dark and Milk Chocolates with hand crushed Corn Flakes added to achieve crunchiness.
Biscuit Pudding that looks and tastes like Ice Cream. Refrigerated and served cold. Kids and grown-ups alike can enjoy the rich taste of this yummy dessert.
Delicious Dates Halwa or Khajoor Halwa that beats any other dessert in taste and nutrition. The sweet can be preserved for many days for consumption
A healthy yet yummy dish involving milk and curd mixed with variety of fresh and dry fruits. Fruit Yogurt is a good alternative to fruit salad.
Shankar Poli or Shankarpali is a traditional Karnataka snack which has two varieties – spicy and sweet. Goes well for festival occasions while also serving as a great tea time snack.