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Eadukkala Latest Recipe
Burger Mimic - Kids Breakfast

  • Bun - 1
  • Egg- 1
  • Mayonnaise/Cheese 
  • Pepper powder
  • Salt
  • Heat oil in a pan
  • Break egg and sprinkle pepper powder and salt
  • Fry both sides
  • Cut bun through the center
  • Spread mayonnaise / cheese over both sides
  • Place the egg in middle
  • Simple tasty home made burger mimic is ready
  • Kids will really love it.

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Ethakka Upperi / Plantain Chips
Popular snack in kerala . This crunchy delicious snack is addictive. Always served in Sadya and an inevitable chips during Onam days.  

  • Peel off the skin of plantain and immerse it in a bowl of water mixes with turmeric powder.
  • Let it rest for 30 mts.
  • Mix salt in a vessel in 1 cup water and keep ready.
  • Heat oil in a pan (let it heat nicely)
  • Make the soaked plantains dry using a cloth.
  • Using a slicer, slice the plantains into disc. You can directly slice it to hot oil.
  • When the chips starts sizzle , sprinkle the salt mix to t.....

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