Locally known as
Shavige bath, a common breakfast in Karnataka. It is prepared using Finger
millet vermicelli which carries the highest content of Calcium found in any
grain. Breakfast is the very important meal of the day. Something easy,
tasty and healthy is what we consider while decidin..
Bisibelebath is a traditional recipe from Mysore. It translates to 'hot lentil rice' in Kannada. "Forgotten Foods" bisibelebath is made using Kodo millets instead of rice. It is said that long before the advent of green revolution, millets were used in most dishes where rice is used at present. You ..
A traditional and authentic delicacy from Madurai in Tamil Nadu. The idlies are soft, fluffy, spongy and tastes delicious. They are light on your body but fills your stomach and keeps you energetic.· Diabetic Friendly·  ..
'Udupi upma' is a traditional recipe from the coastal city of Udupi in South India. It is particularly famous in western ghat areas across Karnataka, Kerala and Goa.Little Millet is also called as king of cereals because of its rich nutritional and medicinal value. It is a very reliable crop in..
'Kanchivaram Idly' is a popular traditional and authentic delicacy from Kanchivaram in Tamil Nadu. The idlies are seasoned with pepper and cumin seeds and tastes delicious. Also known as Kovil idly since it is offered as prasadam at the Varadaraja Perumal temple at Kanchivaram.· &nb..
Kesari bath is a sweet Indian food that is popular throughout the country. It originated from Karnataka and is a popular breakfast and festival dish too. The word 'kesari' in Kannada refers to the spice saffron which is used, resulting in its saffron-orange-yellow colored tinge. It is also served al..
Apart from Meenakshi Amman temple, Jallikattu and Pongal festival, Madurai is also famous for the Pongal dish."Forgotten Foods" Madurai style Pongal is made using Little millets. Other ingredients include Greengram dal, Cashews, Turmeric, Ginger, Cumin, Curry leaves, Green chillies and Pepper.· ..
Rava Dosa is a traditional recipe from South India. "Forgotten Foods" Rava Dosa is made using Multi millets. Ingredients Foxtail millet, Kodo millet, Pearl millet, Little millet, Wheat, Urad dal, Rice, Bengalgram dal, Fenugreek, Red chillies and Cumin.·  ..
Mysore Masala Dosa is a popular and authentic delicacy from Mysore in Karnataka. The recipe was developed in the royal kitchens of Mysore long ago. Dosa is a fermented crepe or a pancake made from cereals, rice, lentils and curry leaves. The original masala dosa is spread with a thick red chilly pas..