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Indian and Konkan authentic home-made Food Recipes passed on from mom to daughter and son for generations

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By: Girish

Sun, 13 Jun 2010 19:45:39 +0000

I love avalakki, but this is new to me. I will for sure try this.. i don't see onions used?? i prefer chopped onions in avalakki, not sure if that goes well with huli avalakki..?? Thanks

By: Sujatha

Tue, 06 Jan 2009 23:10:09 +0000

Shilpa, I read the way you prepare Huli Avalakki. But I wonder this recipe belongs to which style, I mean Kannadiga or Tamilian. Becuause if it's Kannadiga style you have to use Turmeric powder while preparing the mix of Avalakki, Tamarind & Jaggery. And the main ingredient missed in your recipe was Coconut masala(cocnut grinded with mustard seeds) without which I beleive this Huli Avalakki is incomplete. I really enjoyed your other recipes like Saboodana Kichidi. Thanks Shilpa: Sujata, there are many different ways of making any dish. I have used just one way.

By: sneha

Thu, 06 Mar 2008 14:53:15 +0000

tried this and it came out very satisfactory. the best thing is the time factor. i really appreciate the attempt.

By: latha

Sun, 03 Jun 2007 12:47:48 +0000

it is real nice getting to know different ways in whih a particular dish can be made. i will try this . Can we use buttermilk instead of tamarind?

Shilpa: I think only tamarind will suit this dish. With buttermilk, this might become a totally different tasting dish.

By: soumyata

Fri, 10 Nov 2006 19:24:02 +0000

hi, Is this the same we get in Dharmasthala?I just love the poha they give there at a tea shop (Trupthi,I think).

By: Varsha

Mon, 07 Aug 2006 10:48:32 +0000

Looks yummy...reminds me of dadpey pohey which my granny makes. Typical Maharashtrian recipe. Will share with you soon

By: Puspha

Mon, 07 Aug 2006 08:40:38 +0000

Thanx Shilpa. I know it as rice flakes. I grew up with it, anyway.

By: Shilpa

Fri, 04 Aug 2006 13:14:36 +0000

You are welcome Preeti, Please let me know if it tastes same as your friend's version. Thanks Aruna, Vineela. Pam, its my pleasure to be linked by you :). Pushpa, poha is beaten rice. You can find in any Indian store.

By: Puspha

Fri, 04 Aug 2006 13:06:52 +0000

May I know what poha is?

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Thu, 03 Aug 2006 21:47:40 +0000

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