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Gokulashtami/Krishna Jayanthi/Janmashtami is round the corner and is one of the important Hindu festivals celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna. Last year, I had shared Uppu Seedai or Salted Seedai  and now I’m tempted to try its sweet counterpart, Vella Cheedai. The word “vella” in Tamil denotes Vellam which means Jaggery. Vella Cheedai Recipe Sweet Seedai is almost same as Uppu Seedai /Salted Seedai  but uses jaggery syrup for the sweetness. It’s very easy at the same time tricky to prepare this popular festival snack. I love jaggery based sweets and in general when you pair it with rice flour,  it’s a clear winner. …

The post Vella Cheedai Recipe Sweet SeedaiHow to make Cheedai Without BurstingSweet Cheedai RecipeKrishna Jayanthi Special Food – Gokulashtami Sweets Recipe appeared first on Masalakorb.

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Gourds in general are often under appreciated and possibly even unknown in some parts of the world. Off late I have been introducing many recipes using different gourds in my blog. Today I’m going to share a simple Ivy Gourd Stir Fry with a twist. This recipe doesn’t require any fancy ingredients and cooking with Ivy Gourds is always fun as it’s one of versatile vegetables that compliments many aromatic spices used in cooking it. I love the crunchy texture of this veggie. It’s everyones favourite at home, which makes it easy for me . You can cut the ivy…

The post Ivy Gourd Stir FryDondakaya Vepudu RecipeIvy Gourd Fry RecipeTindora Fry RecipeKovakkai Fry Andhra Style – Video Recipe appeared first on Masalakorb.

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Roti or Phulka  is a healthy unleavened flat bread made out of wheat flour that can be enjoyed with any curry. The wheat flour is filled with fibre and is rich in proteins. This unleavened flatbread is soft, light, wholesome and easy to wrap around any morsel of food. The Rotis or Phulkas are rolled out in a circle and cooked on a hot griddle. The choice of grain varieties for making Indian bread doesn’t stop at wheat flour. Flour types ranging from maize-makki, lentils-daal, millet-bajra, sorghum-jowar, rice etc. are a few used for creating a vast array of Indian…

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