Kalaivani of Little Taste Buds created Chickpea and green pea soup. Double whammy of legumes!
Sumy of Make the Impossible …Possible,made Payaru thoran . A small serving of this would kick off any meal.
Indrani of Appyayan made Masoor Dal Vada ( red lentil fritters). Legumes make the best fritters.
My fellow Chicagoan Jude of Apple Pie, Patis, and Pâté rose to the occasion with this wonderful starter that captures the season of spring. Sauteed Morel Mushrooms and Fava Beans .
Ashwini from Nanna Adige gives us two starters for a Ugadi feast,Thondekayi Palya and Black Eyed Peas Vada.
Priyasuresh, of Priya’s Easy N Tasty Recipes created Channadal N Coconut Kheer. A lovely treat.
Elizabeth from Our Kitchen made a healthy new take on a familiar treat, Black Bean Brownies.
Aparna from My Diverse Kitchen makes Besan-Coconut Burfi (Chickpea Flour-Coconut Indian Style Fudge)
Uma from Vegan Orbit makes another version of Kheer for us with Moon Dhal Kheer
Kevin from Closet Cooking made these yummy Japanese Dorayaki. I could eat these as both a starter or dessert.
Michelle from Big Black Dogs created these Chocolate Peanut Roll cookies which look to die for.
I don’t know why she calls herself Msmeanie when she creates treats that are so sweet and nice.Chana Dal Burfi from Chocolate Chip Trips.Try saying that a few times.
Soma from eCurry makes a Sweet Peanut Brittle Bar .
Being the hostess I felt obliged to make both savory and sweet entries. Here is my Adzuki and Sesame Seed Cookies.
So there we have it. Quite a collection. Be sure to visit Mays host Lori for deatils on MLL11.