Homemade Methi Kodubale
Kodbule is a savoury snack made basically with rice flour and with spices. Kodbule has a unique place in every Karnataka household. They are made during festivals and offered to god as 'naivadyam'. They are crispy, melt in mouth and full of flavours. They are called kodbule in kannada because they resemble bangles. This dish is highly delectable if prepared right.
Net weight: 200 gms
Shelf Life: 2 months
Taste Profile: Savoury & Crunchy
Ingredients: Pure butter and sun drop sunflower oil
Preservative Disclaimer: No preservatives and no colour
Health Benefits: Heart friendly, less cholesterol
About the Home Entrepreneur
Indira Srinivasaiah was born and brought up in different parts of Karnataka. Her stint with cooking happened at the age of 12. She took immense interest in cooking and thus started her cooking journey which grew into her passion. She wanted to reach out those who wanted to eat healthy. Her creative innovations with the existing recipes made the snacks to be more tasty and flavourful. Initially she started by cooking for her family and relatives and then forayed into the market with her sweets, savouries, chutneys and pickles. She hopes that her delicacies will satiate the palate of her customers.