Kara Seedai Recipe

Kara Seedai Recipe

Kara Seedai Recipe

Kara seedai recipe or uppu seedai is one of the must-have recipes during Krishna Jayanthi. I have never tried it fearing that it might burst. Anybody whom you have a word about seedai will say about the burst diaster. I wanted my trial to be burst free. Hence I talked with all elders and collected all pointers. Continue reading “Kara Seedai Recipe”

VELLA PUTTU RECIPE

Arisi Vella Puttu Recipe|Sweet Rice Puttu Recipe

Vella Puttu Recipe:

Vella Puttu Recipe with step by step images and procedure-The vella puttu recipe which I am sharing today is a signature dish from my mom and this vella puttu is a must have dish along with urad dhal kali for teenage girls at the time of their puberty. Mom makes this very often and it is almost similar to the red rice puttu which I have shared earlier. Her preparation is unbeatable. Continue reading “Arisi Vella Puttu Recipe|Sweet Rice Puttu Recipe”

ashgourd halwa recipe with jaggery

Kasi Halwa Recipe With Jaggery|Ashgourd Halwa with Jaggery

Kasi Halwa Recipe With Jaggery|Ashgourd Halwa with Jaggery:

A sweet recipe with a healthy twist-Wondering what is the occasion? This is the 400 th post on my blog(Most importantly adhering to the purpose of the blog). KitchenKathukutty attempts to provide you healthy recipes of vegetarian delicacies without the usage of white sugar, refined flour, processed/refined ingredients. By the great grace of God and support of people, I have been able to stick to the purpose of this blog and have travelled so far. I am so happy and grateful for this journey and milestone. The emotions and feelings are beyond words. This is not a huge achievement but a small reason to celebrate. Now, Let’s get into today’s recipe. Continue reading “Kasi Halwa Recipe With Jaggery|Ashgourd Halwa with Jaggery”

thenkuzhal murukku recipe

Thenkuzhal Murukku Recipe-How to make thenkuzhal at home?

Thenkuzhal Murukku Recipe:

Thenkuzhal murukku is a very common snack you can find in our home. Amma makes this very often.This is not restricted for festivals like Diwali or Krishna Jayanthi. It is super yummy and crispy savoury vareity which can be prepared easily by any of us.Ammas recipe is slightly different from what I am giving below. I made this for Diwali last weekend and it came out successful.  Hoped you liked all my 30 diwali special recipes. Continue reading “Thenkuzhal Murukku Recipe-How to make thenkuzhal at home?”

Healthy gulab jamun

Palm Sugar Syrup Gulab Jamun-No white Sugar Gulab Jamun

Palm Sugar Syrup Gulab Jamun:

Gulab Jamun is one sure shot sweet which everybody will have in the list of Diwali sweets. I am no exception. And I have been always thinking of trying jamuns with healthy ingredients instead of ready-mix and replacing the white sugar syrup.
It has been more than a year since I made gulab jamuns. Many of my readers had asked for a healthy alternative for white sugar. So I thought to experiment with that part first and here is the beautiful outcome. Palm sugar Syrup Gulab Jamun recipe is for you now. Next time I will try the entire recipe from scratch with healthy ingredients. To me, deep fry once in a week with the right oil and right quantity is healthy with the right lifestyle. It is not junk.

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Moong Dal Murukku Recipe|Paasi Paruppu Murukku Recipe

Moong Dal Murukku Recipe|Paasi Paruppu Murukku Recipe

Moong Dal Murukku Recipe|Paasi Paruppu Murukku Recipe:

Diwali is on its way and I hope all of you are getting for a pompous celebration. Diwali is to our family is almost a 10-day long event I would say. Grandmom and mom begin all sweet and savoury preparations and we will begin relishing them. Relatives visit and family gettogether are add-ons.


The below recipe is from amma specially made for my son. She has been doing this since he was 1 year. It is a protein-rich snack when compared to other murukkus. Most murukkus basic ingredient would be rice but in this recipe, it is protein-rich yellow moong dhal. Check out the recipe below and try once for your babies above 6 months(skip salt). Continue reading “Moong Dal Murukku Recipe|Paasi Paruppu Murukku Recipe”

pineapple kesari recipe

Pineapple Kesari/Pineapple Sheera Recipe for toddlers-A no white sugar recipe

Pineapple Kesari Recipe :

The festive season is on and I am sure all of you are gearing up for all sweets and savouries preparation. Here is a simple recipe of the most common pineapple Kesari but with a healthy twist. Yeah! As usual, I have skipped the white sugar.


Since this was my first attempt with rava and jaggery, I had made a small mistake. But I have mentioned the rights steps in the procedure for the perfect recipe. You might find a step image missing. Please follow the procedure given to get the perfect pineapple Kesari. I have already posted two versions of Kesari-Rava Kesari and Wheat Rava Pineapple Kesari Continue reading “Pineapple Kesari/Pineapple Sheera Recipe for toddlers-A no white sugar recipe”

Multi Millet Kozhukattai

Multi Millet Kozhukattai|Siruthaniya Kozhukattai|Steamed Millet Dumplings

Multi Millet Kozhukattai recipe:

Millet are a part of our weekly meals and in fact daily meal too through multigrain porridge we consume daily. I have shared a lot about millet and there are more than 30+ millet recipes in my blog here.I have experimented them in all variants of recipes ranging from basic porridge to the kids favourites.




millets

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Ragi Koozh or Keppai Koozh

Ragi Koozh or Keppai Koozh or Aadi Koozh or Traditional Finger Millet Porridge

Ragi Koozh or Keppai Koozh :

Ragi Koozh or Keppai Koozh is a summer coolant recipe from the traditional cuisine. This is a very common super energetic drink for summer. Ragi Koozh or Keppai Koozh is made by fermenting overnight. Continue reading “Ragi Koozh or Keppai Koozh or Aadi Koozh or Traditional Finger Millet Porridge”

home made spongy rasgulla

Spongy Home made Rasgulla|Rasgulla Recipe

Rasgulla-This is my most favorite sweet.Wondering how come a person who has avoided most whites in the pantry love Rasgulla!!Yeah-I used to just gobble up this Bengali sweet in no time.But it is a yearly twice kind of event. No harm right?Though I avoid whites in my pantry I don’t mind using once in a while or having them at a party or offering my kid during an outing.I tried making rasgullas at home some two years back and these recipe images have been lying on my hard disk since then. Accidentally a friend of mine wanted to know the recipe of spongy rasgulla,so posting it now. The images are of poor quality since they were clicked long back(before learning the techniques I use today).




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