Guess what! Obbattu (holige) a traditional sweet from the state of Karnataka is what I have for you today!!
This is 100th post on udupi-recipes food blog and it truly has been interesting journey till here. It’s been 1.3 years since I am blogging on food and I am very much delighted to put together my 100th post. This journey of blogging started when some transitions led my life to new era and I could get some time to spend in kitchen. So I decided to record recipes from traditional specialities to everyday, easy to make delicacies and juices unraveling diverse range of udupi cuisine. Now I desire to evolve this online repository constantly and grow it professionally.
Udupi recipes blog has been a great learning curve for me where I have assimilated blog set up, monetization, food arrangement, food photography, editing and many more. I have attempted countless recipes some turn out better than others, but lot of recipes are behind the scenes than what meets your eye. Yes, only the successful recipes by look and taste will see light of the day and reach you.
All in all I loved my culinary adventures and will continue. Thanks ! Without you this slice of web that you call as udupi-recipes wouldn’t exist. I really appreciate you stopping by and joining me in what I am doing here. Stay tuned for next 100.
Holige | obbattu | Puran poli is the special Udupi sweet that I am putting together today in celebration of my 100th post. Enjoy it.
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