Category Archives: South Indian Breakfast

Foxtail millet and lentil rice or navane bisibele bath #milletseries #eatingright

My pursuit to stay at ease and peace led me to believe in preserving the physical presence of oneself as a first step, which was sidelined from quite a while. Thus the quest of means begun. I came across various … Continue reading

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Vegetable appam /paddu – popular North Karnatak breakfast/snack #ricedumpling #glutenfree

As a part of our staple diet, we make dosa with-in no time, so much so that, many days in the week, breakfast will be named after it. (let’s have dosa would mean lets have breakfast) Another gleeful and enjoyable healthy … Continue reading

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Tomato Onion Uttappam – an everyday sunshine

This post has been long pending (read it as years..) There were few recipes in my draft, which  are in a constant hunt of photo shoot opportunity, and uttappam was one among them. The beauty of this dish and the … Continue reading

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Idiyappam /Steamed Rice strings/ string hoppers with roasted tomato dip and sweetend coconut milk and banana #GlutenFree #TwoIngredient

Idiyappam, or steamed rice strings are super healthy delicacy from southern India. With its different names and variations, Idiyappam claims it’s origin from couple of south Indian states.  These strings or threads are a form of staple diet in parts of … Continue reading

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Upama / spiced semolina with vegetables – Breakfast from South

Upama  is one of the classic breakfast/snack items from down south. Quick, fresh and wholesome food, served fresh and hot in most of the South Indian house holds. My mom would prepare them with a magic wond, get into the … Continue reading

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