Cooks in : 30 min Serves: 3 people

Dhuska or Dushka is a popular deep fried snack eaten all over Jharkhand. The main ingredients are rice, dal and sometimes boiled potatoes are also added to this savoury dish. The bread is then deep fried. It is often served with aloo matar sabji, sauce or chutney. Instead of deep frying, I used the paniyaram pan for frying and replaced rice with Kodo millet and added some veggies. A healthy and yummy dish is ready!

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Ragi Puli Upma

Cooks in : 20 min Serves: 2 people

This is an heirloom recipe of Tamilnadu. Traditionally this dish is made with sour buttermilk  and rice flour. It can be served either for breakfast or as evening snack. As the Upma is well spiced, it does not need any side dish. Ragi is rich in calcium and iron, has a high fibre content, reduces blood cholesterol and also regulates blood sugar levels.
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Cooks in : 30 min Serves: 2 people

Seeralam is an age old recipe of Tamilnadu. It can be called as Dhokla of South, made using lentils and rice. It is a protein rich dish as the main ingredients are lentils. This dish keeps us full for a long time and best suited for diabetic people. I replaced rice with millet and added a lot of greens to make this dish even more healthy.
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Sweet Potato Biriyani

Cooks in : 30 min Serves: 2 people

Sweet potato has a lot of health benefits. Besides simple starches, raw sweet potatoes are rich in complex carbohydrates, dietary fibre and bet carotene with moderate contents of other micronutrients including vitamin B5, B6 and manganese. This recipe is a perfect blend of millet, sweet potato and spices.
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