Friday, 22 May 2015

Raw Jackfruit Biryani / Palakkai Biryani

Raw Jackfruit Biryani / Palakkai Biryani
Raw Jackfruit Biryani / Palakkai Biryani

Raw Jackfruit Biryani / Kathal Biryani, today I'm sharing another version of Baby Jackfruit Biryani with homemade Biryani Masala Powder. I had already shared one version of Biryani recipe which you can refer later.
Prepare this biryani masala powder in advance and store in an airtight container to save more time. To make this recipe vegan, replace curd with non-dairy yogurt. Or instead of using curd, you can also add little coconut milk along with water for the nutty flavor. If you are looking for more number of Biryani varieties, then do check out my page.

Monday, 18 May 2015

Little Millet & Litchi Pudding / Samai Lychee Halwa

Little Millet & Litchi Pudding / Samai Lychee Halwa
Little Millet & Litchi Pudding / Samai Lychee Halwa

Samai Lychee Kesari, a very unique flavor loaded pudding recipe made from little millet and lychee. You couldn't spot the taste difference, as it tastes similar to regular rava / semolina halwa. You can replace lychee with any fruits like peach, kiwi, apple or mango. Each fruit will give an unique flavor to this dish. To make this dish vegan, replace ghee with oil & skip milk.

Saturday, 16 May 2015

Cholam Innipu Paniyaram / Jowar & Banana Paniyaram



Cholam Innipu Paniyaram / Jowar & Banana Paniyaram
Cholam Innipu Paniyaram / Jowar & Banana Paniyaram

Sorghum Banana Paniyaram, healthy, gluten-free, vegan, mild & sweet paniyaram loaded with the flavors of banana and cardamom powder. Paniyaram can be made sweet or spicy. Today I’m sharing a sweet version. Just like Sorghum / Jowar, you can try this recipe with any other millet variety. 

Cholam Innipu Paniyaram / Jowar & Banana Paniyaram

Jowar is high in calcium, protein and also gluten-free, which also helps to lower cholesterol level. When combined with banana and palm jaggery, its nutrient value increases. Those who doesn’t like to add jaggery, can substitute with sugar. This recipe is totally vegan and I have used cold pressed coconut oil to fry paniyaram.  It takes only 1 tsp oil to fry each paniyaram. I'm happy to share with you all this recipe has been featured in an online lifestyle Magazine "The Society". Lets check out the recipe,