Laccha Paratha Recipe is a healthy paratha recipe with step by step pictures and instructions are given below, hope you all like it and give it a try. So, Laccha Paratha is traditionally made with whole wheat flour or atta. Laccha Paratha is a Indian flatbread with layers in it. The dough of whole wheat flour is rotated in the form of rings and then each layer is brushed with oil. Laccha paratha can be served with your favorite curries, gravies, or with dal fry or dal makhani too. Even some people like to have it with mango pickle or chutney on side.
Medu Vada is a South Indian breakfast recipe made from urad dal (Split Black Gram). It goes well with coconut chutney, mint chutney, peanut chutney, sambar. It is usually made in a doughnut shape, with a crispy outside and soft inside. It is one of the popular food items in South Indian cuisine. It generally served as a breakfast along with idly, kara Pongal and coconut chutney. Even it can be served as a snack too.
Vegetable Dosa | Seasoned Dosa is one of the healthy, crispy and delicious dosa recipe with step by step pictures, instructions, videos are given below, hope you all like it. It is a filling and easy break fast recipe.
Vegetable dosa goes well with any chutney, kurma, sagu of your choice.
Vegetable Rava Upma | Kara bath | Rava Upma is a healthy, tasty and popular breakfast recipe with step by step pictures, instructions and videos are given below, hope you all like it. So, it can be served with kesari bath, coconut chutney too. It is one of the quick and easy breakfast recipe. We can add any vegetables of our choice like beans, carrot, capsicum, green peas, peanuts etc.
Vegetable upma is also called as kara bath, uppumavu, uppittu. It is most common breakfast dish in Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh.
There are variety of upmas like semolina upma, whole wheat upma, upma pesarattu, rice upma, kesari bath, aval upma/atukula upma, vermicelli upma.
Pineapple Kesari is tasty dessert recipe with step by step pictures and instructions are given below. Adding pineapple to the kesari bath gives extra flavor to the dessert. It is a very simple dessert recipe with minimal ingredients available in our kitchen. Usually pineapple kesari bath is served along with upma, it is a very popular combination served in South India.