Pumpkin Vermicelli Payasam | Kheer

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Vermicelli kheer/payasam is a traditional recipe prepared mostly in all parts of India and I have already shared a recipe with ragi vermicelli. This is a fantastic twist to the traditional recipe where yellow pumpkin puree is added. I have used Pearl Millet Vermicelli for this recipe, but any millet vermicelli can be used. Pumpkin has a lot of health benefits and it gives a great taste and colour to the dessert. Try this easy recipe for any occasion.

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Poha Papad Chivda

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Poha Papad Chivda is a unique snack of flaked rice and deep fried papad, along with nuts and spices. It is a popular snack among Gujarati people. This is is a tea time snack and can be stored in an air tight container. Poha Papad Chivda comes in handy when you need to have something filling. Try this easy recipe for this Diwali who are interested in making a different Chivda variety.

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Bajra Sattu Laddu

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Celebrate this year's Diwali with healthy sweets made out of millets. I have posted a variety of sweets and snack items using various millet flours. This laddu recipe can be prepared in no time. Bajra is rich in omega-3 fats, magnesium, potassium, fibre, and other nutrients that help lower blood pressure. Sattu/roasted gram powder/pottu kadalai maavu is an easy source of protein. Sattu is rich in iron, sodium, fibre, protein, and magnesium. This recipe can be prepared in no time. Try this for the upcoming festival.

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Ragi Moringa Adai

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Nowadays Moringa leaves are considered as super food but In India particularly in Tamilnadu these leaves are traditionally used to make various dishes. They are rich in Iron, calcium, potassium and dietary fibre. When combined with ragi which is another super rich millet, the health benefits manifolds. In this recipe I have added sattu or roasted gram flour for protein which makes this dish a complete meal.

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