Category : Festive Special

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Banana is the healthiest of all fruits which are packed with nutrients that are good for your heart, your diet,mood and your eyes.  It provides variety of minerals and vitamins where as also rich in Dietary fiber and potassium and adequate amount of magnesium too. They are also said to be good source of Vitamin …
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Kesari is one of the simple sweet recipe which can be prepared at all occasions. Also this recipe of making kesari using vermicelli/Semiya does not require much of ghee like other kesari recipes. I here used the roasted variety of vermicelli, you can also use the plain/normal one too,but you need additional few minutes to …
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Kachayam is the traditional sweet recipe of South India,mainly in the regions of Tamilnadu. The simple recipe of Kachayam is blend with ripen bananas and all purpose flour (maida) along with added sugar for its sweetness, but the recipe posted here is quite twist with soaked whole wheat grinded along with the aroma of jaggery and …
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Elaichi or Cardamom is one of the most common spices seen in Indian household and is the Queen of Spices. Cardamom is no wonder a magical Indian spice which is loaded with bundle of health benefits. Its well worth adding cardamom to your food for flavor alone,but their health benefits are also wise to consider …
First I tried making payasam with Broken wheat on my cousin birthday. It came out really good saturating their satisfaction. When I repeated a couple of times too the consistency was found to be well maintained evenly. So felt like sharing the same here as a post hoping to be useful Its a very simple …
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Carrots are storehouse of multiple health benefits and it is one of my all time stored vegetable. Though there are several methods of preparing carrot kheer this is my preferred method because it is in puree form, smooth and easy for my son to drink. After grinding I feed at-least about 2-3 tsp of the …
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  Thattai murukku is one the traditional munchies prepared over decades. We also call it as thattai murukku. It is preapred usually during the time of festives and stored in big containers and this would be a favorite invite for the guest during the time of Diwali and Pongal festivals. This is my favorite snack/munch …
The seeds are rich in protein and are oldest cultivated legume. They are also called as Bengal gram or gram.There are three colors of chickpeas available (black -Desi,  Kabuli – light colored, green – common in Maharashtra). You can use any variety of chick pea to prepare this sundal. This is also one among the …
This is a traditional recipe which is prepared only in village sides. Yes…because the dried form of this pigeon pea is not available in market/super market. We usually get it from sandhai ( place where farmers sell their cultivated goods). I love this pigeon pea in fresh form. Just pressure cook with salt and eat…. …
The recipe is similar to my previous post Carrot halwa. The only difference is variation in the proportion of the ingredients, whereas the ingredients are same. However paal/milk Khova would be all time favorite when comes to choice of sweet because of its thick, crunchy and condensed granule form of milk. Then I felt why …

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