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Ragi Idli

Kickstart your day with a healthy Indian breakfast dish, Ragi Idli with Tomato pachadi. Finger millet steamed cakes!

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Oats Dosa

How about a healthy Indian breakfast recipe using oats? Oats Dosa recipe - instant, easy, healthy and tasty, similar to rava dosa in texture and taste.

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Pav Bhaji

Mumbai's famous street food - Pav Bhaji. Pav = Bun and Bhaji = a mashed mixed vegetable curry prepared with Pav Bhaji Masala.

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Instant Oats Idli

Instant Oats Idli is a healthy breakfast dish with oats, semolina, carrot, yogurt and spices. Nutritious and tasty recipe using oats.

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Sweet Corn Vegetable Soup

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Nuvvula (Sesame Seeds) Unda ~ Til Ke Laddu

Nuvvula Laddu aka Til ke Laddu is a classic Andhra sweet prepared during festivals. Calcium rich sesame seeds is the star player.

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Attukula Attu (Poha Dosa) – Tomato Chutney

Sponge Dosa aka Poha Dosa - prepared with flattened rice and sour buttermilk. Soft and sponge textured dosa that is usually served with chutney.

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Kothimeera Atukulu ~ Coriander Poha

Coriander Poha is a quick, tasty dish among kids tiffin recipes prepared with beaten rice, coconut and coriander leaves.

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Rava Dosa – A Photo Tutorial

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Yellow Moong Dal Ladoo

Moong dal ladoo is a classic Indian sweet prepared during festivals like Diwali. Made with yellow mung dal, sugar, ghee and cardamom and its gluten free.

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