Nugge Soppu Rave Rotti/Moringa leaves Semolina Roti/ Drumstick leaves Semolina Flatbread

Rave Rotti is a Udupi cuisine. We call it sajjige rotti. Again there are various versions of rave rotti. The recipe I will be sharing is adopted from my mom’s version of rave rotti. Moringa leaves are my addition since moringa leaves have various health benefits. Rave rotti is a best breakfast option. It’s healthy … Continue reading Nugge Soppu Rave Rotti/Moringa leaves Semolina Roti/ Drumstick leaves Semolina Flatbread

Gudaanna/Jaggery rice

Gudaanna is a Karnataka cuisine prepared for naivedhyam(offering to God). There are various versions of gudaanna, but I have learnt this recipe from my mom and this is how she prepares it. I have heard my elders saying that Gudaanna is Devi’s(Indian Goddess) favourite dish. Gudaanna is prepared during varamahalakshmi festival, navarathri and Lakshmi pooja … Continue reading Gudaanna/Jaggery rice

Mystery Blogger Award

Hello Everyone!!! I am extremely happy to be nominated for another award, Mystery blogger Award by my extremely talented fellow blogger Reena ji. You can check cookwithreena.wordpress.com for a huge collection of vegetarian and non vegetarian recipes with step by step details for all the recipes. Little information about Mystery Blog Award!! “Mystery Blogger Award” … Continue reading Mystery Blogger Award

Tawa Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes are loved by almost all the babies because of their natural sweetness and bright colour. Sweet potatoes are too good for babies. The Vitamin A in sweet potatoes helps in healthy development of babies eyes. In fact sweet potato is a vegetable with highest overall concentration of Vitamin A making it an ideal … Continue reading Tawa Sweet Potato