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Kai Murruku, Its a belief of many people that it is very hard to make. I also feared the same, but when i tried it for the first time, i realized, it is not too hard to make. The only tricky part is the twisting of the rice flour. But i am sure that we could get it more proper by make it frequently. Though mine is also less accurate, still want to share this recipe to make everyone believe that kai murukku is a doable recipe. Lets all try this Puzhungal Arisi Kai Murukku (Parboiled Rice Kai Murukku) recipe and surprise our relatives and friends.

We all make Arisi Sweet Pidi Kozhukattai especially for Vinayaka Chaturti Festival. We can use any type of millets in place of rice and make delicious and healthy dishes. So this time, I tried making Varagu Arisi (Kudo Millet) Pidi Kozhukattai for neivedhyam and it turned out so tasty. Try this millet based pidi kozhukattai and share your comments!

Vegetable Puff, a very delicious evening snack in most of the office pantries and also in Indian Theatres. Also whenever we pass a bakery, we smell the delicious flavour of Vegg Puff. With Puff pastry sheets, its very easy to make the bakery style Vegetable puff at home. We just need to prepare the veggie filling and then use the filling in puff pastry sheets and bake it. A very simple to make Indian baking dish that would be given as evening snack!

Kambu is a very nutritional rich millet. We can make many different dishes using kambu. Kambu porridge is one of the conventional and healthiest porridge in village. Especially, it gives nourishment and strength for the farmers who work very hard in the farm. Now a days most of us have understood the importance of millets over the usual carbs rich ingredients like rice or wheat. So let try to use the millets in our regular diet and substitute it for rice or wheat and stay healthy. Kambu Vadai (Pearl Millet Vada / Bajri Vada) is a healthy and crispy snack. Very simple and easy to make and I m sure everyone will love this quick and easy evening snack.

Ellu Milagu podi is a perfect complement for South Indian Breakfast dishes like Idli / Dosa / Uthappam. Ellu (Sesame Seeds) when roasted has a nice aroma and enriches the flavor of the Milagiai Podi. For Plain milagai podi, we use bengal gram dal, urad dal and red chillies, here in this dish ,we are going to skip bengal gram dal and use sesame seeds instead. 

Falafel is a deep-fried ball or patty made from ground chickpeas, commonly served in a pita, which acts as a pocket. Falafel balls may also be eaten alone as a snack or served as part of assortment of appetizers. I first tasted last week in a Mediterranean Restaurants. The Falafel was served along with Pita pockets. It was so delicious and then one of my friend explained the ingredients and immediately decided to make it this week. This is such a delightful snack or appetizer. 

Malai Kofta, a very popular Vegetarian gravy served in most of the restaurants. Paneer mixed with boiled potatoes along with Indian spices are made into dumplings and deep fried to make delicious koftas. The base gravy is the butter-cream rich onion-tomato gravy along with Indian spices. Once the gravy is ready, just before serving, add the koftas and serve hot! A wonderful and rich vegetarian gravy that goes well with any Indian bread. 

I have a friend in UK who is a Physiotherapist. She is also a nutritionist. She shares a lot of good diet which are nutrition rich. She also tells me not to cook any fruit as cooking fruits makes the fruits less  in nutrition. But sometimes we do cook fruits like we cook jackfruit, banana etc. In the same way, there is one more excellent dish, Apple Halwa. First time, I have seen this recipe is in television. Mrs. Revathi Shankaran was concocting this Apple halwa. I was so fascinated by the way she demonstrate the recipe. OH! How talented is she!! I am a great fan of her. Guess, I am deviating from the recipe too much :-). Ok Lets get back to this yummy dish.

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