Ribbon chips recipe– ರಿಬ್ಬನ್ ಚಿಪ್ಸ್ ಮಾಡೋ ವಿಧಾನ

Apart from chakkuli, kodubaLe, sev etc, my grandmother makes another variety of snack which is another form of chakkuli.. The same is called with different names like 'ribbon chips' or 'ribbon pakoda' or 'ribbon tengolalu' etc since the shape resembles that of a ribbon, but the taste would be somewhat similar to chakkuli.. It can be … Continue reading Ribbon chips recipe– ರಿಬ್ಬನ್ ಚಿಪ್ಸ್ ಮಾಡೋ ವಿಧಾನ

Channa masala or Chole recipe – Type 1

Apart from our gojju, palya, majjige-huLi, mosaru-bajji/raitha etc, nowadays there is an observation that our kids prefer eating North-Indian gravies , especially during holidays/sundays or for lunch boxes.. My daughter always tells me to prepare chole or channa masala for pooris.. Below is my cousin's recipe who is very good in making gravies, rice varieties … Continue reading Channa masala or Chole recipe – Type 1

Majjige HuLi(ಮಜ್ಜಿಗೆ ಹುಳಿ)recipe

Majjige HuLi is an age-old, traditional recipe.. It is called as 'Mor KoLambu' in Tamil as I heard from one of my colleagues.. Majjige means curd and HuLi is similar to sambar...       Ingredients: Curds or Majjige(Even sour or HuLi majjige would be fine) - 1 to 1.5 cups Green chillies - 7 … Continue reading Majjige HuLi(ಮಜ್ಜಿಗೆ ಹುಳಿ)recipe

Cucumber(ಸೌತೆಕಾಯಿ) gojju & Ragi Rotti recipe

Gojju is a popular, traditional side dish of Karnataka and it is very old side dish.. No other side dish can beat that of Gojju.. It is an awesome amalgamation of Sweet, Salt, Sour, bitter ( if Haagalakaayi or bitter gourd or Karela is used ) , spicy.. and it satisfies our taste buds with perfect … Continue reading Cucumber(ಸೌತೆಕಾಯಿ) gojju & Ragi Rotti recipe

Ambode Recipe & Masala Vade

Ambode is one of the traditional deep-fried snacks prepared in homes of karnataka..  It is also known as 'ambade'  sometimes called in a fondly slang by the people.. 🙂 It looks somewhat similar to 'patties', but it is not shallow-fried. Ambode's most important variation is known as 'Masala Vade' or 'Masala Ambode'. During the festival … Continue reading Ambode Recipe & Masala Vade