Tag: traditional

GINNU-COLOSTRUM MILK-JUNNU

We get Ginnu/colostrum milk after cow gives birth to a calf.  I  got Ginnu/colostrum milk from a village man, as per his saying, they give the first milk to temple and then distribute among themselves.

Colostrum Mlik, Ginnu haalu in kannada, kharvas in marathi, junnu paalu in telugu.

Ginnu/Colostrum Milk is very rich in proteins, vitamin A, and sodium chloride, but contains lower amounts of carbohydrates, lipids, and potassium than mature milk. The most pertinent bioactive components in colostrum are growth factors and antimicrobial factors. The antibodies in colostrum provide passive immunity, while growth factors stimulate the development of the gut. They are passed to the neonate and provide the first protection against pathogens.  Colostrum is known to contain immune cells and many antibodies.

We can get colostrum milk/powder in stores and I do not know about the quality.  I have not tried.  I prefer fresh milk.

Today I am preparing traditional method of preparing Ginnu/colostrum milk.

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MANGALORE BUNS-SWEET POORI-BANANA POORI

As the name says, Mangalore Buns, is popular in Udupi/Mangalore either as breakfast or teatime snack.  Buns are soft, fluffy, sweet puris made using bananas.  So they are also called Banana Pooris.  As it is little sweetish, it is consumed with spicy item like chutney, sambar, pickle.

Traditionally Buns are prepared using Maida/APF but I have shown you the recipe with Atta/Godhi Hittu

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YARIAPPA-ERIAPPA-NAVARATHRI SPECIAL

Eriappa

Yariappa

Yariyappa is one of the famous traditional sweet recipe made during Navarathri festival in South India. It is prepared on Saraswathi Pooja, on Sapthami, 7th day of Navarathri. It is prepared using Rice and Jaggery. Batter prepared out of rice and jaggery is dropped into the mould filled with oil/ghee. If you are not having any mould, you can prepare dosa from the batter. It is popularly known as Sweet Dosa. (more…)

CHAKKULI-CHAKLI-MURUKU-HOW TO PREPARE CHAKLI

Chakkuli-Chakli

Chakkuli-Chakli

Chakkuli/Chakli is one of the most famous authentic traditional fried snack/food item of South India. It is prepared by using Rice and Urad Dal. Chakkuli/Chakli is prepared in many varieties and with different ingredients. Instant Chakkuli/Chakli is also famous for time saver. But naturally, taste always differs with instant and traditional way of preparing Chakkuli/Chakli.

We have already learnt to prepare Chakkuli/Chakli hittu/powder.

Now let us learn how to fry Chakkuli/Chakli.

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CHAKKULI HITTU-CHAKLI POWDER-MURUKU POWDER

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Chakkuli/Chakli is one of the most famous authentic traditional fried snack/food item of South India. It is prepared by using Rice and Urad Dal. Chakkuli/Chakli is prepared in many varieties and with different ingredients. Instant Chakkuli/Chakli is also famous for time saver. But naturally, taste always differs with instant and traditional way of preparing Chakkuli/Chakli.

Today I am showing the very traditional way of preparing Chakkuli/Chakli Hittu/powder.   Though it looks time consuming and tedious for many people, I am sure once you try this out you will never look back for other varieties. You can try out instant Chakkuli/Chakli recipe also.

You can prepare the Chakkuli/Chakli hittu or Chakkuli/Chakli flour and store in a container and fry Chakkuli/Chakli whenever necessary.   Add salt and you can store for more than a year.  As Chakkuli/Chakli flour is older Chakkuli/Chakli comes out very well and taste increases.

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