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Seedai is a popular Krishna Jayanthi festival snack across Tamil Nadu. A crispy sweet jaggery rice balls are a traditional deep-fried snack, These deep-fried and delicious snack balls are a favorite of almost everyone which can be made easily in a short time with simple ingredients for any occasion.
Sabudana vada, also called ‘Sabu vada’, is a traditional deep-fried snack from Maharashtra, India. a popular fasting snack recipe or vrat recipe made with sago pearls or tapioca pearls. it is a very popular dish in Maharashtrian cuisine, The food that is taken during the fast does not contain onions, garlic, wheat products, lentils or pulses. Sabudana Vada, one […]
Kulfi Falooda is a simple and delicious recipe made with Agar-agar/china grass/gelatine that has been used as an ingredient in desserts throughout Asia, which is 100% vegetarian and it is easily available in the market. A healthy and nutritious pudding made with soaked almond, saffron, milk, sugar, and cardamom, it hardly takes any time to make this. Do […]
Sorekai payasa is very tasty and healthy. bottle gourd is very good for health. It has been regarded as one of the healthiest vegetables. Bottle gourd cools your body, helps in weight loss, cures stomach problems and urinary infections. It keeps the heart healthy and relieves stress. Sorekai payasa or bottle gourd payasam is prepared using grated […]
Karadantu (Kannada: ಕರದಂಟು) is a sweet delicacy unique to the state of Karnataka, India. Karadantu means fried-edible gum in the local language, Kannada. A healthy, nutritious and traditional North Karnataka dessert recipe made with nutritious ingredients like – dry coconut (copra), Poppy seeds, mixed dry fruits, dry pumpkin seeds, edible gum, ghee, and jaggery, which makes a delicious chewy texture sweet […]
Chakli /Chakkuli is a popular snack throughout India. Chakli is a crispy and delicious snack that is prepared for holidays, festivals and other traditional functions. Chakli is prepared with rice, urad dal, roasted gram, and red chilies are the main ingredients which make a crispy and tasty chakli’s which can be preserved for many weeks […]
Sri Rama Navami falls on the ninth day of Hindu lunar year in Chaitra Masa. Navami means the ninth day in the Hindu calendar. This day is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Sri Rama. Temples are decorated and the Image of Lord Sri Rama is richly adorned, The Holy Ramayana is read in the temples. In South India, […]
Carrot Coconut Burfi is delicious and easy to make home-made sweet. Prepared with freshly grated carrots, This recipe is similar to Coconut Barfi Just adding carrots enhances the taste and flavour. A unique and appetizing sweet dish for any occasions.
Masala vada is a popular South Indian snack made with channa dal, this recipe is an innovative one in which channa dal and soya chunks are ground coarsely with spices and deep fried. An easy to make recipe with simple ingredients, Soya abundant in protein and is a legume variety, native to East Asia. As we all nowadays oil […]
Holige/Obbattu / Puran Poli is a popular, traditional festival sweet that is prepared during the Ugadi festival. Pineapple Holige is an Innovative Holige/Puran Poli, in which stuffing is fresh Pineapple, Coconut, sugar/jaggery, a healthy and a tasty dessert for any occasion. There are numerous versions of Holige with a variety of stuffings, Pineapple Holige is one among them.
Jackfruit payasam is one of the most delicious, flavourful payasam, a thick dessert made using ripe jackfruits. It is prepared by stir-frying the jackfruit pieces in ghee and cooked along with coconut milk and jaggery. A seasonal Yummy sweet dish, an easy to make recipe with simple ingredients.
Holige, a classic south Indian sweet dish prepared during the Ugadi festival. Dates Holige/ Dates Puran Poli is a yummy sweet dish prepared with fresh dates and coconut, it is an Innovative and alternative to Holige/Puran poli, in which stuffing is typically made with Dal, Jaggery, and Coconut, there are numerous versions of Holige with a variety of […]