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South Indian Urulai kizhangu Roast Recipe | Spicy Potato Roast

Learn how to make south Indian urulai kizhangu roast recipe | south Indian spicy potato roast recipe | batata roast.

South Indian urulai kizhangu roast recipe | South Indian spicy potato roast recipe | Batata roast is an irresistible side dish that is simple and easy to prepare. This potato roast recipe requires only a few basic ingredients such as boiled potatoes, spice powders, and a tablespoon of oil. That's all you need to prepare this yummy and spicy potato roast.

Potato roast is a tasty side dish that is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. This hot and spicy potato fry would fill your entire house with aromatic flavors. It is a vegan and gluten-free recipe. For this potato roast, you can use both freshly boiled potatoes or the leftover ones as well. The urulai kizhangu roast tastes delicious with all rice varieties like lemon rice, tomato rice, coconut rice, rasam, curd rice, Gujarati kadhi, roti, puri, etc.

This potato roast | urulai kizhangu roast is a shallow fri…

Gujarati Kadhi Recipe | Dahi Kadhi Recipe | Besan Ki Kadhi

Gujarati kadhi recipe | Dahi Ki Kadhi | Besan Ki Kadhi

An authentic Gujarati kadhi recipe is a sweet and sour curd based curry. Gujarati kadhi is a popular dish in Gujarat, India. Traditional Gujarati kadhi recipe is made by mixing the chickpea/besan/gram flour with thick curd and boiled on a low flame until the raw smell leaves off that is finally tempered with spices like mustard, cumin seeds, hing, etc. The other names for Gujarati kadhi are Dahi ki kadhi and besan ki kadhi. It is usually served with hot steamed basmati rice, phulkas, khichadi, roti. Kadhi is alternatively spelled as kadi.

There are different variations in making kadhi, in this recipe, we will learn how to make the Gujarati version of Gujarati kadhi. It is simple to prepare and using full-fat curd works best for this recipe. 
Gujarati Kadhi has a combination of sweet and sour flavor which tastes delicious to eat with rice.  Kadhi has a smooth and creamy texture which is quite light on the stomach that keeps you cool…

Cabbage Peas Poriyal | Muttaikose Pattani Poriyal | Cabbage Palya

Cabbage Peas Poriyal | Muttaikose Pattani Poriyal | Cabbage Palya

Cabbage peas poriyal | muttaikose pattani poriyal | cabbage palya recipe with a detailed step by step photos. It is a South Indian style cabbage peas stir fry recipe. Cabbage poriyal is a healthy and tasty side dish that goes well with hot steamed rice, phulka and roti.
This recipe can be tried when you are bored with cabbage salad and want to try something new. I often make this cabbage peas curry at home. It is quite easy and takes less time to prepare. In most of the poriyal recipes, shredded coconut is added as a dressing at the end of the cooking to enhance the taste, but the cabbage peas poriyal can be prepared with or without coconut too. Just make sure that you don't overcook the veggies as it gets soggy.
Cabbage is called muttaikose and green peas as pachai pattani in Tamil. 

Recipe -  Cabbage Peas Poriyal | Muttaikose Poriyal | Cabbage Palya | Cabbage Stir Fry | Cabbage Thoran.

Author - Pavithra Serves - 4

Moong Dal Kosambari | Pasi Paruppu Kosumalli Recipe | Hesarubele Kosambari

Hi there! How are you doing? Looking for a salad which is healthy and tasty at the same time? I'm here to help you with my recipe😇. I made this salad last week for Ram Navami festival. The moong dal kosambari or pasi paruppu kosumalli or moong dal salad is a mix of colorful vegetables combined with soaked moong dal. It is a nutritious and scrumptious salad which is mainly prepared during Ram Navami, Navaratri, Ganesh Chathurthi festivals and on special occasions like South Indian weddings etc. You can choose any of your favorite vegetables in this moong dal kosambari salad. It can also be served as a after school snack for your kids in the evening. Now, let's get into the recipe.

Recipe - Moong Dal Kosambari | Pasi Paruppu Kosumalli | Moong Dal Vegetable Salad.
Diet - Vegetarian and Vegan.
Cuisine - South Indian.
Region - Karnataka.
Course - Salad.
Serves - 2.
Preparation Time - 20 mins.
Soaking time - 2 hours. 

Ingredients for kosambari or kosumalli:
1. Yellow Moong dal - half cup s…

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