Gond ladoo or Edible gum ladoo is a winter special ladoo made in North India with wheat flour, edible gum or gond, some nuts, sugar and ghee. It is a nutrient dense ladoo as we have added nuts, seeds and dried dates […]
Almond Pistachio halwa is a classic Indian dessert that can be made in a jiffy without much fuss. It has almonds, pistachios, sugar and khova as main ingredients. We can use homemade khova (evaporated milk solids) or the readymade one. With the […]
Vella cheedai / Seedai is a snack that is prepared for Gokulashtami. My amma and paati have told me that it is always challenging to make vella seedai. Because either it will become hard or it will dissolve in oil. This is […]
Aval pori and Nel pori are the two main recipes that we make for Karthigai Deepam. It is easily found in stores during the time of the Karthigai Deepam Festival. Aval Pori, Nel Pori, Neyyappam, Karthigai Adai are the traditional recipes made […]
Aval pori and Nel pori are the two main recipes that we make for Karthigai Deepam. Aval pori is made by dry frying the beaten rice flakes or Aval in high heat. It is easily found in stores during the time of […]
eAmong the dishes invented by MTR in Blre, Chandrahara is one. When the owner of MTR visited France he tasted a sweet and it attracted him a lot.The sweet looked flaky like a pastry. He wished to introduce it in MTR and […]
Rava Kesari / kesari bath is one of the common sweets made in my home in regular intervals. Mostly my mom makes this on Sunday evenings with hot pakoda and coffee. Also this is made as a neiveydyam […]
Sweet Rice Jaggery Puttu / Arisi Vella Puttu is a traditional naivedhyam dish for Navrathri fridays in my home town. Also for Puberty event, this is one of the important sweet dish we do. Its a little complex recipe, but finally the […]
Modhagam / Poorna Kozhakkattai is a popular sweet made with rice flour , coconut and jaggery. It is made mainly on Vinayakar Chathurthi as a neiveydhyam to Lord Ganesha. If the dough is left over, it can be used to make ammini […]
Thengai pooranam is a mixture of coconut with the jaggery syrup. This is the first time I made thengai pooranam. I learnt this from my paati (Dad’s mom). Amma and paati makes pooranam as a stuffing for modhagam. This is one of my favourite sweets(Of course whatever that is made out of jaggery :P). Whenever they make this, I thought it is a very difficult recipe. But to make the thengai pooranam is very easy and you can make it in no minutes.
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