Kopparai Thengai Milagai Podi Recipe – Dry Coconut Chutney Podi

Kopparai Thengai Milagai Podi Recipe is simple and healthy recipe made of dry coconut, chana dal, urad dal, sesame seeds, tamarind, red chillies and hing. all these ingredients when ground together gives a flavour of nuttiness,spiciness and tanginess to the chutney which makes its so mouthwatering and addictive.

All the ingredients which go into a chutney podi are healthy and full of protein. Since the dals are dry roasted and no oil is used it makes this podi even more healthy. The natural oils from the dry coconut is released when we grind the podi in the mixer grinder. Kopparai Thengai Milagai Podi stays good in the fridge for months and you can make a large batch and store it in  an airtight container in the fridge and use as and when you require.

Kopparai Thengai Milagai Podi goes well along with idlis or dosas and you can toss your mini idlis in this podi and pack for your kids lunch box or had as an evening snack. 

Serve Kopparai Thengai Milagai Podi with Homemade Soft IdliGreen Coriander and Coconut Chutney and  Filter Coffee for delicious breakfast. 

Try some of our other podi recipes

  1. Idli Dosa Milagai Podi Recipe – South Indian Chilli Chutney Powder
  2. Karuveppilai Chutney Podi Recipe – Curry Leaves Chutney Podi
  3. Flaxseed Podi-Flaxseed Chutney Powder
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Episode 185 – A Chat with Gary Taubes

Today Brian is joined by none other than Gary Taubes. Gary is a long time journalist and author who’s written about physics, science, and most recently the health books Good Calories, Bad Calories and The Case Against Sugar. His writings have been the starting place for many people in the low carb world. His book […]

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Karela Tikki Recipe – Healthy Diabetic Snack

Karela Tikkis Recipe is a wholesome diabetic friendly snack where the grated Karela is mixed with carrots, paneer and chaat masala powder to make delicious tasting tikkis. In this recipe the nutrition from the karela is kept intact by keeping its juices and the skin. Bulk of the nutrition lies in the skin and the juices.

The addition of chaat masala along with paneer, brings in the taste to the tikkis.

Did you know: Bitter gourd increases the uptake of glucose and improves glycemic control hence it helps in maintaining blood sugar levels. It is also a good for your liver, that a compound called Momordica Charantia provides protection against liver failure by strengthening antioxidant activity of the enzymes in the liver. 

Serve Karela Tikkis as a tea time snack along with Green Chutney and a cup of Masala Chai .

If you liked this recipe try some of our other karela favorite recipes

  1. Pavakkai Poriyal Recipe – Karela Ki Sabzi
  2. Karela Thepla Recipe 
  3. Healthy Bharwa Karela Recipe

 

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Episode 184 – Dr. Westman aims to change the World

Today we have another return guest. Today we talk with Dr. Westman. He’s a wealth of knowledge and we asked our Ketovangelist Unlimited patrons what questions they would like to have answered and Dr. Westman gave his answers. We also talk with him about his crowdfunding campaign for the Heal Clinics. You can become an investor […]

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Episode 183 – Dr. Anna Cabeca talks about The Hormone Fix

Today we’re joined by the inspiring and always incredible Dr. Anna Cabeca. She’s joining us to talk about her new book, The Hormone Fix, coming out in early 2019. You can pre-order it with the link below. She shared from her wealth of knowledge regarding hormone balance and the key hormones that we need to be mindful […]

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Kabuli Chana Kofta Biryani Recipe – Chickpea Kofta Biryani

Kabuli Chana Kofta Biryani Recipe is a perfect recipe to make on a weekend or for a party. In this biryani first kabuli chana koftas are made in a paniyaram pan and then added to a rich creamy tomato gravy and then this is layered with cooked rice and cooked on dum to give you a delightful biryani what creates a party in your mouth.

Did You Know: Kabuli Chana/ Chickpeas are a great source of fiber, iron, phosphate, calcium, manganese, zinc, vitamin K, Which helps in maintaining bones and overall health.Chickpeas keep your heart healthy and helps lowers cholesterol and they also help with weight management.

Serve Kabuli Chana Kofta Biryani along with Mirchi Ka Salan and Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita and  Ragi Malpua With Rabri for your next party. 

If you are looking for more Biryani Recipes here are some :

  1. Chettinad Vegetable Biryani Recipe
  2. Awadhi Style Chickpea Kofta Biryani Recipe
  3. Gobi Biryani (Spiced Cauliflower Rice) Recipe
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