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The vadai that we get in Anjeneyar temple as prasadham has an unique taste. The blend of crispness and the spice from pepper are devine. Many times I thought of preparing milagu vadai but today is the day when I finally achieved it. I made milagu vadai as an offering to Lord Anjeneya on this auspicious month of Margazhi. I nearly got the same taste and crisp of milagu vadai as given in the temple but still it would say that vadai prepared for neivedhyam are more tastier as we are offering to Lord and he is blessing us :-). So, why not prepare our own milagu vadai (Pepper Vada) and offer the God rather than just paying some amount to buy readymade vadas? OK, lets go to our preparation.

Rose Cookies or Achu Murukku is a famous sweet snack made during  Christmas and other occasions. A tasty and crunchy sweet made with the batter of rice flour, maida, sugar and using a cookie mould to coat and deep fry it in hot oil. In my childhood, during Christmas,  I look forward to my friends in the morning to wish them "Merry Christmas" and also indeed for tasting this yummy and crunchy Achu Murukku. The secret to get nice shaped cookies lies in the hotness of the mould. If the mould is hot and then coated with batter, then it will automatically come out when we dip the mould in hot oil. Once the coated batter comes out clean, then its few seconds for frying them till golden brown. Try this scrumptious Eggless Rose Cookies (Achu Murukku) and share your experience!

Thavala Adai is a yummy snack which my first Sambandhi used to make with Raw rice kurunai(Rice Rawa). This is similar to Thavala Adai  I do, but with some minor variation. Very cripsy and crunchy and a delicious snack for a nice evening. It is a little time consuming dish but the taste is wonderful. Instead of usual upma, this is a nice alternative to surprise the kids.

Methi Matar Malai is a rich dish made from freshly chopped fenugreek leaves (methi leaves) , green peas, cream and Indian spices. Restaurant style methi matar malai which has mild sweet taste with best aromatic aroma and flavor of true Indian spices!!!  Methi Matar Malai can be done in 2 ways. One version is with onion+cashew+cream and spices and the other version with tomato along with onion, cashews, cream and spices. I love the tomato version and make it often. This yummy dish goes well with Roti / Naan or simple Jeera Pulao. 

Iyengar Bakery Style Vegetable Masala Toast is an easy Open Toast  Indian snack or breakfast that is simple to prepare. Vegetables are sautéed in spices and spread over toasted bread. Delicious and outstanding sandwiches sold in the Bangalore Iyengar bakeries. Hot cup of tea with a slice of this Masala Toast , a perfect snack for a nice evening. 

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