As in the name this burfi is simply divine. For all those who think making sweet is very difficult this recipe just erases the phobia.
With all the nutritional benefits of Carrot, the carrot kheer looks so colourful and aromatic too. Carrot Kheer though a rare dish has an extra-ordinary sweet taste which definitely gets thumbs up.
A different type of Pakoda giving entirely different taste is the Cabbage Pakoda which can be served as an evening snack.
Cabbage Pulav is not very common but tastes surprisingly good and that is even if Raita is not available. Compared to your regular Pulav, Cabbage Pulao requires less time and ingredients and also less masala/spice to make it taste good.
One of the most common palya/poriyal/sabjis widely popular in South India for dinner/lunch. Ladies Finger Okra palya/sabzi is typically served with Chapathi or plain rice. Ladies Finger Okra Palya/Poriyal Ingredients: Ladies Finger/Bendekai/Okra – 20 Oil – 3 tsp Mustard Seeds – 1/2 tsp Urad Dal / White Lenthils – 1/4 tsp Red chillies – 1 (Optional)…
Sweet in Sweet wonder how or what this is. You need to eat once to know the meaning of it. Will want to make often this easy yet tasty sweet dish.
Our King fruit Mango will always shake well with Milk making Mango Milkshake the coolest of all soft drinks.
Wow! What a colour, what a taste this Mango Rice is. This is really a mouth-watering rice speciality of South India.
The Honeydew Melon Payasa or Rasayana is simply scrumptious. Eating Muskmelon in this form not only pleases your mind but also cools your body and the mild sweetness of this Payasa energies you over the time.
Be it any festival, Vegetable Upma is a quick preparable dish for breaking your fast. Its taste is divine hence you can see many temples in South India this is distributed as prasadam with the omission of onion.