Goan Pinagr | Pinaac

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Pinagr or Pinaac is a traditional Goan sweet rice flour balls with coconut and jaggery. Its a popular tea time snack for the Goan people. Traditionally, pinagr is made with roasted rice flour, Goan palm jaggery, coconut and a dash of cardamom. Replacing rice with millets was simple and the outcome was too good. Try this traditional recipe with a millet twist.

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Dry Bhel

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Bhel is an all time favourite for many. When it comes to chat items, this simple dish using puffed rice, veggies and chutneys make an awesome snack. However, I have seen while travelling in Mumbai locals, the vendors always sell dry bhel. Today let us make dry bhel using Jowar puffs.

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Tender Coconut Water Poha Laddu | இளநீர் அவல் லட்டு

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

This is an easy peasy no cook recipe! We are facing sever heat throughout the country. Tender coconut water is the best natural coolant. Payasam, pudding, ice cream are a few dishes prepared using this highly nutritious and tasty water. Engage your kids in preparing this delicious easy no cook recipe and let them enjoy the healthy snack.

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Colocasia Leaves Thool Pakoda

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Colocasia leaves are available in plenty during monsoon season. This season calls for some fried snacks and alu wadi/Pathra is made using these leaves. I made pakodas and they turned out very delicious. Using millet flour for deep fried snacks is helpful in absorbing less oil unlike rice flour. Try this tasty recipe during this monsoon.

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