Khasta Kachori - Flaky Rajasthani Deep Fried Snack with spicy moong dal filling.      http://delightsofcooking.blogspot.com/2012/10/khasta-kachori.html

Khasta Kachori is a deep fried snack of North India. These kachoris are given a spicy moong dal filling. Khasta means flaky.

Classic Chettinad Kitchen - Mysorepak  (Recipe in Tamil) http://elvisalakshi.blogspot.com/2012/12/traditional-mysorepak-in-tamil.html

மைசூர் பாகு - Traditional Mysorepak in Tamil

Veg Fried Rice    http://delightsofcooking.blogspot.com/2011/11/veg-fried-rice.html

Veg Fried Rice is very common in our house. All you need to have in hands are some veggies like Carrot, Beans, Peas, Corn.

Candied Fruit Cookies  http://delightsofcooking.blogspot.com/2012/12/candied-fruit-cookies.html

This month Priya had chosen Sharmis Passion for the Tried and Tasted event. So when I read Sharmis Passion, the first thing that came in.

Authentic Chettinad Snack  Vellai Paniyaram - http://elvisalakshi.blogspot.com/2013/01/vellai-paniyaram.html

Authentic Chettinad Snack Vellai Paniyaram - http://elvisalakshi.blogspot.com/2013/01/vellai-paniyaram.html

Easy, Traditional and Delicious Wheat / Godhumai Halwa.  http://elvisalakshi.blogspot.com/2013/01/godhumai-halwa-wheat-halwa.html

Wheat Halwa / Godhumai Halwa is very famous throughout India. People of different parts of India have their own version of Wheat Halwa.

Every house in South India has its own version of Idli Milagai Podi. Here is my version which includes lot of dals and other items which makes it healthy as well as tasty. So, with this recipe, we don't need to worry much of things like acidity and stomach pain, if we have a Podi fan in our house.    http://delightsofcooking.blogspot.com/2009/03/idli-milagai-podi-spiced-powder.html

Idli Milagai Podi is very common and very famous in Tamil Nadu. Idli milagai podi mixed with gingelly oil or ghee is a wonderful/winning acc.

Pillayar Nonbu for this year is nearing. So I thought I will update my previous posts of Pillayar Nonbu.    Here is the recipe of the Paniyaram and Ellai  http://elvisalakshi.blogspot.com/2012/01/karupatti-palm-jaggery-paniyaram-and.html      http://elvisalakshi.blogspot.com/2011/09/pillayar-nonbu-part-2-origin-of.html

Classic Chettinad Kitchen: Karupatti (Palm Jaggery) Paniyaram and Elai Maavu for Pillayar Nonbu

Mysorepak http://delightsofcooking.blogspot.com/2012/12/mysorepak.html

Mysorepak is a traditional south indian sweet which has a porous and melt in the mouth texture. It is made using a generous amount of Ghee.

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