Chana Dal Pulav

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Chana Dal pulav is also known as vrat ka pulav/Kichdi or Shagun Pulav as it is prepared without onion and garlic. Navratri is approaching and many fast during this time and samak/samai/little millet is widely used during that time. I have used sendha namak for this recipe but normal salt can also be used. Try this simple yet tasty pulav recipe during Navaratri.

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Poha Chocolate Modhak

Cooks in: 15 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Festival Greetings to all ! After a long break due to relocation and son's marriage, I have come back with an easy modhak recipe with millet poha/flakes/aval for the coming Ganesh Chathurthi festival. Children would love these healthy version as it has chocolate flavour in it! It can be easily made as vegan version too by using coconut oil instead of ghee. Try this tasty and healthy recipe for the upcoming festival.

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Ragi Thattai

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 3 People

Thattai is a famous snack item across South India known in various names. I have already shared Schezwan thattai recipe. This one is a simple version with common ingredients. Millets absorb less oil compared to rice. Ragi is rich in iron and calcium. Try this easy recipe for the evening snack.

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Vangi Bath | Brinjal Rice | வாங்கி பாத்

Cooks in: 15 Minutes Serves: 3 People

Vangi bath is a popular dish from Karnataka cuisine. Vangi translates to brinjals and bath is a term used for rice preparations. This dish gets ready in 10 to 15 minutes, if you have precooked millet. A special vangi bath masala is used for preparing this dish. Try this flavourful and tasty mixed rice variety with brinjal.

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Upvas Handvo

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Handvo is a Gujarati delicacy and I have already shared a recipe with millet. But this one is completely different from the previous one. This recipe comes from my friend Harsha Sangrajka who is an excellent baker by profession. Thanks Harsha for sharing such a wonderful Upvas delicacy.

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