Poori is Indian unleavened fried bread. The main ingredients that go into poori recipe are whole wheat flour and salt. Poori or Puri is popular all over India although the recipe of poori originates from North India. Since poori is made by so many you may be wondering why another blog and video on how to make poori. The key is tips for puri-making that we have shown. Making pooris is easy but a bit tricky as you can goof and end up with flat pooris or hard pooris or too soft pooris. We have shown how to make perfect pooris with all the secret tips and tricks explained in detail.
Festivals, Sweets & Desserts
Course : Dessert | Cuisine: Indian | Prep Time: 5 minutes | Cook Time: 30 minutes | Servings:6 We have shown how to make Rava Kesari with all the tips to make perfect Kalyana Rava Kesari or wedding style Rava Kesari or suji halwa. We have not used any artificial color. Rava Kesari is …
There’s hardly anything better than to end one’s week with fluffy, deep-fried pooris for lunch. And what better than to treat your taste-buds with the spiciness of the classic potato sabzi and the sweetness of shrikhand? No, even better is when you can prepare this delicious shrikhand in your kitchen and serve it with pooris.
Ukkarai is a traditional Diwali Sweet made in Tamilnadu, especially Tirunelveli district of Tamilnadu. This sweet evokes many fond childhood memories of Diwali. Many sweeet are mmade for this festival. But ukkarai is a must in our family. To date, no Diwali celebration in our house is complete without this awesome, yummy sweet.
Traditional Steamed Modak Recipe | Kozhukattai Recipe | Kadalai paruppu poornam | chana dal jaggery filling
Kozhukattai is steamed rice dumpling. This traditional Indian sweet is made on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi in South India. In Maharashtra there is a variation of this kozhukatta which is called Modak. The basic method is the same but for the slight difference in …