Tag: spice

PHENI SANDIGE

Sandige is a traditional item usually made and stored in South Indian homes.  The best season to prepare is summer.  Sun heat will be more and sandige can be dried easily.  It is used throughout the year till next summer.  In rainy/winter season sandige is fried for lunch/dinner.  It is also custom to fry sandige, papad for lunch in marriages, festivals and other occassions.

Many varieties of sandige is made and stored for future use.  Pheni sandige, aralu sandige, chakli sandige, sabbakki sandige, ragi sandige etc.,

Today let us see how Pheni Sandige is prepared.

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CONGRESS KADALEBEEJA-SPICY ROASTED PEANUTS

Kadale beeja/Peanuts are very rich in protein.  They have high nutritional values and dietary fibre too.  Some of them experience allergy to peanuts.

Kadale beeja/Peanuts are widely used in many recipes in many forms.  One of them is spicy snack Congress Kadlebeeja.

Congress kadalebeeja/spicy roasted peanuts is a popular Karnataka style spicy roasted peanuts. It is very easy to prepare at home. This is a healthy and mouth watering spicy snacks. Best served with a cup of coffee or tea.  Preparing these spicy peanuts is very easy but you need to have patience while roasting the peanuts.

 

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HULI THOVVE-SPICY DHAL

Huli Thovve is famous Karnataka special traditional curry prepared from Toor Dhal.  It is usually prepared in marriages or festivals.  It makes a good combo with Majjige Huli/Spiced Yoghurt Curry.  Huli Thovve can be prepared along with sweet pumpkin or ridgegourd.

Huli thovve is mixed with hot rice along with a dash of ghee.  Take a spoonful of mixed rice and dip or roll it in Majjige Huli and consume.  It gives a very special taste.  Once you go with this taste you will never say no to this combo.

Today let us learn how to prepare Huli Thovve along with sweet pumpkin.

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