Ragi ribbon murukku recipe with step by step photos. These ragi ribbon pakoda is made with finger millet flour and is really crisp, crunchy and tastes just like the regular ribbon murukku. Make it for Diwali, Krishna Jayanthi or for your tea time snack.
Badam Puri recipe with step by step photos. Badam puri is a Kannada sweet recipe most popular in Karnataka made mostly during festivals like Diwali, Navratri and for special occasion like poojas as Prasad.
Garlic Karasev recipe with step by step photos. Garlic karasev or Lahsun Sev is one of the savory or snack varieties made during Diwali. It also makes a wonderful snack to have during tea time.
Potato Murukku recipe or Aloo Chakli with step by step photos. This potato Murukku needs only rice flour to make and one of the many Murukku varieties made during Diwali. It also makes a good tea time snack.
Pirandai Thattai recipe. This crispy and crunchy pirandai thattai is made with the goodness of pirandai juice and you really cannot tell the difference apart from the regular ones.
Pottukadalai Murukku recipe with step by step pictures. This Roasted Gram Dal Murukku is probably the most easiest instant murukku recipe that you can make for bakshanam for any special festivals like Diwali or Krishna Jayanthi.