Paruthi Pal refers to a popular beverage from India, specifically from Madurai that is prepared from cotton seeds, rice flour, coconut and jaggery.
Madurai is the second largest city in Tamil Nadu located on the Banks of river Vaigai.
Arisa Pithas refer to the popular home-made cakes from Orissa, India. Arisa Pithas is a kind of sweet/delicacy . . . Read More
Kozhakkatta refers to a popular South Indian sweet dumpling made from rice flour filled with grated coconut . . . Read More
Ari Unda is one of the popular sweet snacks from Kerala, India made from a mixture of rice flour, fresh grated . . . Read More
Chiroti is a popular sweet dish from the State of Karnataka, India which is deep fried in oil and served . . . Read More
Pongal refers to an Indian food, particularly from Tamil Nadu which is a mash of rice and lentils boiled . . . Read More
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Avalose Unda / Avaloseunda: Avalose Unda also spelled Avaloseunda or Avalooseunda refers to roasted rice . . . Read More
Gothambu/Gothumbu Puttu refers to one of the popular breakfast food in Kerala, India, steamed broken/cracked . . . Read More
Puttu refers to a breakfast dish from Kerala, south of India which is made from rice flour and freshly . . . Read More
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Unniappam / Unniyappam: Unniappam refer to a sweet and fluffy fried rice flour fritters from Kerala. . . . Read More
Neyiappam refer to a sweet and fluffy rice fritters from Kerala, India. Neyiappam is also spelled as Neyyappam. ; . . . Read More