About Mysore Chilli Chops Recipe: Lamb cutlets marinated in variety of spices with a burst of red chillies, wrapped in sesame seeds and grilled golden.
Mysore Pak is a sweet dish of Karnataka, prepared especially during Diwali. Besan, ghee, sugar and water mixed together to form soft pieces.
Nutty Indian sweet and a variation to the popular dessert, Mysore Paak, this version is made with cashew nut, besan and ghee. This sweet is native to Karnataka and is known for its softness ...
About Mysore Masala Dosa Recipe | Masala Dosa Recipe: A crisp dosa, quite similar to the regular masala dosa but with a twist of fiery red chutney made with garlic and red chillies that is ...
Who doesn't love the idea of being served a hot and crispy dosa? Especially when it comes from a place that boasts of using a fantastic traditional recipe since 80 years!
Dosa Recipe: Along with mashedpotato masala, you would find some sliced onions, hot masalas and green chillies in a Mysore Masala dosa
Mysurpa has developed a loyal legion of fans well beyond the Vindhyas. Most dessertarians find the melt-in-your-mouth texture of Mysore Pak quite irresistible.
This weekend for her Sunday binge session, Shilpa found herself in the lounge of Bengaluru airport, gorging on some delicious and fresh Mysore pak.
The Bisi Bele Bath is one dish that deserves this spotlight. 'Bele' refers to lentil and this flavourful dish combines rice, lentils and a medley of fragrant spices that is usually drenched in ghee.
From the creamy Rava Kesari to the ghee-enriched Mysore Pak, there are many marvellous southern creations that can make any sweet lover get hooked for life.
I still remember Diwali as a child, waking up before dawn, rushing through a mandatory oil bath and bleary eyed until the fireworks rang in the festive spirit.
Here, we've gathered a smattering of what we think are ambrosial sweet dishes from the states down under; the entire list would go on for pages!
Bonda is fried dumpling typically stuffed with a spicy potato filling. The South Indian snack is found in many spicy and sweet versions.
Foodies on Twitter spotted the popular South Indian dish Dosa in one of the most unlikely places - a picture of planet Jupiter.