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Kunukku Recipe – Adai Mavu Kunukku

October 1, 2018 Snacks / Starters  No comments

Kunukku is a simple deep fried snack made with rice and lentils. This is made from left over adai batter. If u have some left over adai batter this can be made in no time. So next time when u grind adai batter, plan to keep a small amount of it separately for this humble evening or after school snack. U might have to add a little bit of water to make adai, so it is better to keep aside some of the batter if u want to make this snack. I have used this Adai Batterย as the base. Kunukku can also be made with urad dal batter. Shall post that recipe soon ๐Ÿ™‚

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Pudalangai Pakoda – Snake Gourd Pakoda

May 20, 2018 Snacks / Starters  No comments

Pudalangai Pakoda / Snake Gourd Pakoda is a simple tea/coffee time snack. It is perfect to sneak in some veggies to those fussy kids. U will not be able to find out that it is made out of Pudalangai. Last week during my shopping I spotted fresh pudalangai. Was bored to make the same Poricha Kootu – recipe HERE! Wanted something crunchy to go with rice and sambar. So made this yummy snack. Trust me it so easy to make. All u need to do is to chop the veggie and this can be made in just 15 mins.

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Potato Bread Roll – Bread Roll

April 2, 2018 Bread RecipesKids BaySnacks / Starters  3 comments

Potato Bread Roll is a simple, yet mouth-watering snack perfect for the evenings along with a hot cup of tea. They are crispy outside with a spicy potato filling. It is a very easy and kids friendly recipe. U can use fresh/left over or brown/white bread. Anything would work well. Its a no fail recipe. We are not going to deep fry these goodies, so it can be enjoyed as a guilt free snack. U can use a number of variations in the filling. Look out for it in the tips section.

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Onion Pakoda – Easy Onion Pakoda Recipe

November 21, 2017 Holi RecipesSnacks / Starters  10 comments

Onion Pakoda is an awesome & easy Indian snack. Its perfect to munch over a cup of coffee or tea. It does not ask for any special ingredients, just simple ones – all of which will definitely be available in the pantry. It can be made in justย  15 mins.. What more do u need!?! Easy, quick and yummy snack to crunch/munch, Isn’t it? I bet your house will be filled with a very tempting aroma!! Perfect for cold & rainy days ๐Ÿ™‚ Check other snack recipes HERE.

Post updated with new pics and video ๐Ÿ™‚

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Podi Idli – Fried Podi Idli

September 5, 2017 Lunch Box MenuSnacks / Starters  3 comments

Idli is a staple food in any South Indian household. Chotu is not a big fan of idli, but when dunked in sambar YES!! All of us love it! As far as I have seen, most of the kids are fussy about idli. They like those crispy dosa better than idli. This Podi Idli is an attempt to make those category of kids happy. Just try if it works. It is a very simple and easy recipe. Do try my Mini Idli Sambar and Mini Masala Idli too..

If u are looking for the recipe to make Idli/Dosa batter it is HERE!

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Baked Potato Wedges – Potato Wedges

May 28, 2017 Bachelor Friendly RecipesKids BayPotato RecipesSnacks / Starters  17 comments

Is there anyone who says no to Potato Wedges?? I don’t think so… Potato Wedges is an universal favourite. Its easy to make and baking instead of frying is a guilt-free method to indulge in this delicious snack. It’s a great alternative to french fries.
As u know homemade is the best, enjoy making these crispy & delicious Potato Wedges as a snack/side dish and treat your kids.. Next to Mozzarella Sticks, these wedges are my favourite!

I had posted this recipe long long ago. Now updated with new pics and video as well..

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Palak Pakoda – Spinach Fritters

February 19, 2017 Bachelor Friendly RecipesKids BaySnacks / Starters  13 comments

Palak Pakoda/Spinach Fritters is a simple & quick pakoda made with fresh spinach leaves. I have used palak variety, U can use any spinach. It is a perfect evening snack, particularly for those fussy kids who refuse to eat spinach/greens. Am always happy to sneak in some spinach. This is a quick fix recipe especially when u have unplanned guests as it can be prepared in a jiffy. They are crispy, tasty & divine with a cup of filter coffee. My favourite combo is, this pakoda along with a piping hot cup of Masala Chai..

19/02/17 – Post updated with new pics and video.. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Tandoori Gobi

September 11, 2014 Snacks / Starters  4 comments

Tandoori Gobi was in my to-do list for a long time. Its a very easy starter cum snack. Kids would love it. Since this is a baked version, not much oil is used, making it even more healthy.Most of the times I made this Tandoori Gobi in a hurry and could not take pics to post it here. Finally here is my post ๐Ÿ™‚ ย I adapted this from SK’s recipe.

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Baby Corn Fingers

March 10, 2014 Kids BaySnacks / Starters  4 comments

Finger foods are always a hit among kids. This Baby Corn Fingers is one such example. Ever since I made Baby Corn Manchurian, Chotu has become a fan of baby corn. This baby corn fingers is an easy, crispy snack perfect for tea time or when kids come back from school.

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Cabbage Pakoda – Crispy Cabbage Pakoda

November 30, 2013 Bachelor Friendly RecipesHoli RecipesKids BayNO Onion NO GarlicSnacks / Starters  3 comments

Winter has started and its getting colder and colder these days. What would you crave for, on a day like this? Hot Pakodas and a cup of coffee? I would love to have this combo !! Cabbage Pakoda is an all time favourite in my family. It is a crispy pakoda which am sure your kids would definitely ask for more. Even kids who are fussy about eating vegetables would like to eat it in this form. Onion Pakoda is another favourite.

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