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If you are a Bangalorean then this snack does not need any introduction!Yummy Iyengar Bakery Vegetable puffs(pups;-),palya bun,khara bun..who doesn't love!!Craved to eat the same here in Germany and my only option here was to make it myself!They turned out to be really yummy!

Here is the recipe :)


Puff Pastry Sheets – 1 pack (Buy from the frozen section of a grocery store)

For the Stuffing:

Oil – 1 tspOnions – 1/4 small, finely choppedPotato – 1 small, shreddedSalt – to tasteCarrots – 1/4, shreddedCumin Powder – 1/4 tspCoriander Powder – 1/2 tspTurmeric powder – 1/8 tspRed Chili Powder – to taste  Finely chopped green chllies -1 or 2coriander -finely cut - 2  strands

Keep the puff pastry sheets out and thaw them at room temperature for about 40 minutes.Pre-heat the Oven at 200 degrees Celcius and keep it ready.Now for the stuffing, take a small fry pan and heat Oil on medium heat.Once hot, add in the Onions and saute till they turn translucent.Now add in the Pot…


Here's wishing all the readers a very Happy Gowri Ganesha Festival!The recipe below is a sweet dish especially made during this festival.Read on ,try and enjoy!


For the dough:

Fine Rava(Sooji) - 1 Cup Maida - 1/4 cupGhee - 2 TspWaterOil for Deep Frying
For the filling:

Desiccated coconut or Shredded Kobbari - 1/2 cupPowdered Sugar - 1/2 cupPowdered Elaichi/Cardamom - 1/2 Tsp

Mix all the ingredients for the dough.Add enough water to make a soft dough.Knead well and keep it aside.(Make sure not to add too much water)
Take a mixing bowl and mix all the ingredients for the filling and keep it ready.
Pull out small balls from the  dough and roll them into small circular puris. Make sure the puris are not too thick.

Spoon in the filling on one half of the circle and fold along the center; Seal the ends well with your fingers.

Take a deep fry pan and heat oil  on medium heat.Drop the Karigadubu into oil one by one and fry until they turn golden brown in colour. Fry on both…