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20 October, 2017

FESTIVAL PLATTER

FESTIVAL PLATTER
Posted in : PLATTER, RICE ITEMS - PULAV / MASALA BATH / BISIBELE BATH / CHITRANNA, SNACKS / BAKED / DEEP FRIED / STEAMED, SWEETS / UNDE/LADDU / BURFI / HOLIGE/POORAN POLI / HALWA on by : Divya Suresh
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Today I definitely wanted to make these dishes, so had made some pre preparations yesterday itself. All the dishes were superb tasty, turned out very yummy. I have posted the recipes of  individual dishes like  cornflakes mixture , haalu holige , rave gulab jamun , bisibelebath  and below are the links for the same, Please click on the link/Photo to read
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19 September, 2017

TIFFIN PLATTER

TIFFIN PLATTER
Posted in : BREAKFAST RECIPES, PLATTER, SNACKS / BAKED / DEEP FRIED / STEAMED on by : Divya Suresh
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This particular tiffin platter consists of Akki tari Idly (raw rice rava idly), black gram lentil/urad dal vada/waday, authentic coconut chutney, mango semolina sheera, urad dal fritters. Please click on the relevant pic to read the detailed recipe. The urad dal fritters – I had those big green chillies, which are not very spicy and
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4 September, 2017

ONAM PLATTER

ONAM PLATTER
Posted in : PLATTER on by : Divya Suresh
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Happy Onam to All…. Onam is the harvest festival of Kerala. It is believed that  the festival is celebrated to welcome King Mahabali, whose spirit is said to visit Kerala during Onam. Actually Onam lasts from four to ten days. Very first day Atham and the tenth day, Thiruonam are the most important of all.
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2 July, 2017

BROKEN WHEAT/DALIA/LAPSY/GODHI NUCHHU BISIBELEBATH

BROKEN WHEAT/DALIA/LAPSY/GODHI NUCHHU BISIBELEBATH
Posted in : DIABETIC FRIENDLY RECIPES, PLATTER, RICE ITEMS - PULAV / MASALA BATH / BISIBELE BATH / CHITRANNA on by : Divya Suresh
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We… the people of south India, that too specially the people of Bengaluru-Mysuru region, are always ready to relish our own bisibelebath in any combination ie… rice-dal, beaten rice-dal, millet-dal or broken wheat dal !! for it is a yummy, healthy, filling dish. I have shared my recipe of bisibelebath (rice-dal) , beaten rice bisibelebath , vermicelli bisibelebath , semolina bisibelebath , Little millet
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4 June, 2017

BRUNCH PLATTER 1

BRUNCH PLATTER 1
Posted in : PLATTER, RICE ITEMS - PULAV / MASALA BATH / BISIBELE BATH / CHITRANNA on by : Divya Suresh

On Sunday’s we normally have brunch. And One by one I shall post all the brunch combinations. Today it was bisibelebath, mosaranna (curd rice), aloo chips (store bought), southekayi sasive and mango semolina sheera or mango rave kesaribath. Please the check the recipes here ⇒  mosaranna , southekayi sasive , mango sheera Click  here for  Bisibelebath Pudi/Powder You may also like
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4 May, 2017

HESARUBELE + KADLEBELE KOSAMBARI

HESARUBELE + KADLEBELE KOSAMBARI
Posted in : LENTIL / VEGETABLE SALAD, PLATTER on by : Divya Suresh

The south Indian style Hesarubele, Kadlebele Kosambari which means moongdal, chanadal kachumbar/Yellow lentil, bengal gram salad… is a delicious, simple to make, yummy protein packed salad. It is part of every festive meal or wedding feast or all/any kind of feast platter for that matter. It is also Rama navami, Krishnastami festival special as well.
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27 January, 2017

LITTLE MILLET/SAAME AKKI/SAMAK CHAWAL/ TANGY TAMARIND BATH & CURD BATH

LITTLE MILLET/SAAME AKKI/SAMAK CHAWAL/ TANGY TAMARIND BATH & CURD BATH
Posted in : BREAKFAST RECIPES, MILLETS PREPARATIONS, PLATTER on by : Divya Suresh

Millets are considered as a healthy food. Millets are widely grown in Africa & Northern China. It is gluten free and rich in Fiber, Calcium, Protein & Minerals. It is a great food for diabetic and cardiac people. Today I just tried tamarind bath like we make using beaten rice (huli avalakki/gojjavalakki) with Little millet,
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14 January, 2017

SHANKRANTHI / SANKRANTH PLATTER

SHANKRANTHI / SANKRANTH PLATTER
Posted in : PLATTER on by : Divya Suresh

More of rice, jaggery, sesame seeds, peanuts few special vegetables are necessarily used on this day of Makara Shankranthi.  I shall write the detailed recipe of each & every dish very soon. The Platter consists of …. the following dishes Fresh chickpea salad / kosambari Sweet Potato Palya / subji Sweet Pongal Sesame seeds+fresh coconut
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13 January, 2017

BHOGI HABBA / (LOHRI) PLATTER

BHOGI HABBA / (LOHRI) PLATTER
Posted in : PLATTER on by : Divya Suresh

A day before Shankranthi is celebrated as Bhogi habba (bhogi festival) in Karnataka. The significance of this day is of being together with the family  by being a part of domestic activities.  This day is celebrated in the honor of Lord Indra …the God of Rain…. for the abundance of harvest. Fresh harvest of Rice,
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6 September, 2016

RUSHI PANCHAMI PLATTER

RUSHI PANCHAMI PLATTER
Posted in : PLATTER on by : Divya Suresh

I have heard these details about Rushi Panchami many a times from my yelders since childhood & I have even seen my grandmother observing the Vrata. Still I don’t know how far this information is right !! The Rushi Panchami falls on the next day to Ganesha Chaturthi…..ie…fifth day of Bhadrapada maasa (month). The tradition
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5 September, 2016

GANESH CHATURTHI PLATTER/FEAST

GANESH CHATURTHI PLATTER/FEAST
Posted in : PLATTER on by : Divya Suresh

Wish you All a very Happy Ganesh chaturthi. These are the dishes made during Ganesh chaturthi, I will add recipes of all the dishes very soon. Have a great day. The spread goes like this….. On a Plantain leaf…… ( clockwise )  Salt, Kosambari (dal+cucumber mix), Cucumber Palya (subji) , Kadalekalu usli (Stir fried chole),
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8 April, 2016

UGADI PLATTER

UGADI PLATTER
Posted in : PLATTER on by : Divya Suresh

UGADI is the new year day for the Hindus, based on the Hindu calender according to the movement of the Moon ( Lunar ). Mainly the people of  two states ie Karnataka and Andhrapradesh celebrate this festival by this name Ugadi. People of Maharashtra, Punjab, Assam and West Bengal also celebrate this festival by other
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