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Barnyard millet crunchy pakoras are the crunchy and tasteful snack for ensuing monsoon evenings.
We are becoming millet lovers , innovating and experimenting various versatile versions to introduce these millets replacing the polished rice in our day to day food. This is one of the versatile snacks, you crave for.
How to make crunchy pakoras?

Barnyard millet flour 100 gms Besan flour 200 gms Cooking soda one spoon (small) Salt to taste Bellary onions chopped two cup Green chillies three finely chopped Curry leaves half cup finely chopped Coriander leaves finely chopped half a cup Ginger gratings one spoon Fennel seeds one spoon Mint leaves half cup Tender adamant creeper (Pirandai Bits) quarter cup  Sesame oil to deep fry
In a dry bowl, mix the besan flour, cooking soda, salt, barnyard millet flour well. Add water little by little to  knead pakora dough (tight) consistency. Incorporate all the items such as onion, green chillies, ginger gratings, fennel seeds, coriander leaves, cu…


Ridge gourd is packed with nutrients abundantly. since it is a low-calorie veggie, it is highly recommended to support weight loss of everyone who wishes to get a slimmer body. It is a high water store-house naturally.It contains high beta carotene so that it gives clear eyesight.

Being  low cholesterol and high fiber veggie, it is good for heart patients.

It is a blood purifier.

Riboflavin, magnesium, iron, thiamin, vitamin c and zinc and so many nutrients and minerals are loaded in the ridge gourd.

Do view how to make Ridge gourd pepper stir fry:


Ridge gourd two nos
Pepper one spoon
Sesame oil one tablespoon
Coriander leaves half cup finely chopped
Shallots or onion bits half cup
Green chilly one
Curry leaves 10 nos
Mustard seeds one spoon
Cumin seeds one spoon
Salt to taste
Turmeric one spoon


Wash the ridge gourd and peel off the veggie.
Cut them into half-inch discs.
Heat the frying pan with sesame oil.
Add mustard seeds to splutter
Add shallots or onion bits, curry leaves, gree…


Pepper rasam is so easy to make and it is very soothing and healthy for the persons affected by severe cold and cough. It is a good home remedy to render support to the sufferers of cold. 
During the winter season, this rasam makes comfortability in the digestive system and the respiratory system. Why don't you comfort yourself to fend off a cold day with a hot cup of pepper rasam?

Pressure cooked dal one cup Turmeric one spoon Roasted pepper powder one spoon Coriander leaves finely chopped half cup Sesame oil one tablespoon Mustard seeds one spoon Asafoetida one pinch Curry leaves one sprig Red chilly one Tamarind extract  two cups Jaggery one small piece Salt to taste
Mash the cooked dal with two cups of water. Add coriander leaves to the dal mixture and stir well to infuse the fine aroma of coriander leaves. Heat the sesame oil in a pan over a medium flame. Add mustard seeds to pop up Add red chillies (slit) and curry leaves Switch off the flame to avoid burning. Add a generou…