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Masala Dosa

Today’s breakfast…No stories to write about this…When you always have idly or dosa, this comes as a welcome change…No doubt Idly is comforting…Once in a while we add a little more calorie by eating these delicacies…Anything stuffed, whether it is roties or dosas, the taste is enhanced..

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Sunday Breakfast (curd vada and idly)

Sundays, people take it lightly and go with the least effort breakfast…bread and egg, oats or cornflakes…we make it a little elaborate…try to make pooris, chappathis, or pathiri which are tasty and little time consuming and caloriewise on the higher side…After all, at least one day be indulgent…Balance days do a little bit dieting to make up for the achieved calories. Curd is heavenly, and very good in reducing heat related ailments…it cools your digestive system and is number one in reducing the damage made by heat…Include curd everyday in your diet. This recipe I have posted before…Since it is…

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Set dosa (poha dosa)

We usually have the usual dosa, but today I made set dosa that you get in restaurants…These dosas are fluffy, spongy and porous and literally melt in your mouth..This dosa we had with tomato thokku..You can have it with chutney or thokku or even kurma..

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Corn flour puttu

Puttu is a favorite dish…mostly in Kerala,,but in Tamil Nadu also it is available…not versatile like Mallu puttu…we experiment different varieties of puttu and have mastered the art of making one …Corn flour puttu is the new wave in puttu making…quite delicious also…corn flour is gluten

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Oats idly…My favorite. Was always postponing making this as my husband is totally against experimenting with anything  other than the usual idly batter.  … was worth it anyway. Once in a while you have to pamper your taste buds…

Nowadays people are changing their food habits by reducing rice and eating oats. A rich source of fiber and carbohydrates. Instead of the usual porridge try something like oats idly, upma or dosa and you will not get bored eating the same drab porridge.

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