Bajji is an easy to make evening snack. Bajji is usually prepared by dipping in a batter prepared from Besan/ gram flour or Maida. Various varieties of bajjis are there. Egg bajji is prepared by dipping hard boiled egg in besan/ gram flour batter. Here I cut the hard boiled Eggs […]
Palooda is a semi thick sweet drink mostly served during Ramadan. Palooda is a traditional drink that can be served warm or cold in Malabar Regions especially in Kannur area. This can be prepared easily with minimum ingredients. Palooda and Tharikanji are the two drinks that served during iftar time. Sometimes in […]
Today I am sharing a quick and easy snack recipe “Potato Fingers” using Potato and Suji as main ingredients. This Potato Fingers are the perfect match with the evening Tea or you can also serve this for an Iftar Party. These Potato Fingers can be shallow fried or pan fried, […]
Kozhikkal is a traditional Malabar snack originated at Thalassery. Kozhikkal literally means “Chicken Leg”. This snack resembles the shape of fried chicken legs thus the name “Kozhikkal”. This is a delicious snack with outside crispier and soft inside. For preparing this Kozhikkal here i used gram flour and rice flour, You […]
Today I am sharing my way of preparing bread pocket with chicken filling. You can serve this snack for your iftar parties or as your evening snack.
Today I am introducing another special recipe from Malabar cuisine. It is Chicken Masala Bread Pola. I had already shared some other varieties of pola like kaipola, carrot pola, apple pola and thari pola. This Chicken Masala Bread Pola is a spicy version of pola. Bread pieces were dipped in egg and placed on […]