Street Food Style Mutta Dosa

Egg Dosa-fermented crepes made from rice batter & lentils and topped with the goodness of eggs make this a perfect protein rich breakfast! Ingredients: Dosa Batter- 1/2 cup Eggs/Mutta- 3 Black pepper powder-1 tsp Ghee/clarified butter-As needed Salt – To taste Method: In a small bowl, beat the egg with salt and pepper. Keep this

Tanzanian Chips Mayai / French Fries Omelette

Treat yourself with Tanzanian special breakfast treat Chips Mayai!     Ingredients:Eggs-2Frozen french fries – 1 cup, thawedOnion- 1/2, finely choppedTomato-1/2, finely choppedGreen chilies-2, finely choppedCoriander leaves- A small bunch, finely choppedSalt- To tasteOil- As needed Method: Heat oil in a deep bottomed vessel. Once the oil is hot, add the thawed french fries and

നെയ്മീൻറെ പരിഞ്ഞിൽ ഉലർത്തിയത് / Kerala Style Scrambled Fish Roe In Coconut Sauce

This simple delicious side dish that pairs well with steamed rice is loaded full of flavor & is a good source of protein!   Ingredients: King Fish Egg/neymeen mutta – 200 g Shallots/pearl onions- 10-12, crushed Grated coconut – 2 tbsp Dry whole chilies-3, crushed Green chilies-2, crushed Ginger- 1 inch, crushed Garlic pods- 5,

Blueberry Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

Blueberry Muffin is one of Strawberry Shortcake’s best friends in the Berry Bitty City. These delicious treats are a mashup of Blueberry Muffin’s favorite flavors that are packed with bursting bright zingy flavor!   Ingredients: All-purpose flour – 2 cups Poppy seeds – 2 tbsp Fresh blueberries – 1 cup Baking powder – 1 tsp

കടയ്ക്കാവൂർ കാവടി / Kadakkaavur Kavadi

Try this variety and traditional homemade snack that originates from the town of Kadakkavoor, located in Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) District of Kerala. The uniqueness is the shape & design of the snack which represents “kavadi” – cowrie shells used by astrologers of Kerala.    Ingredients: Rice powder – 1/2 cup Egg-1 Sugar- 2-3 tbsp Coconut milk –

The Grinch’s Favorite Dadar Gulung / Indonesian Pandan Crepes with Sweet Coconut Filling

Pandan (screwpine leaves) flavored sweet crepe rolls stuffed with grated coconut is one of the popular snacks in Indonesia! These vibrant & colorful crepes are enticing & sure to delight the little ones!   Ingredients: All purpose flour/maida – 1 cup Pandan juice/ paste – 2 drops/1 tsp Egg – 1 Coconut milk – 1/2