Atukula Payasam | Indian Creamy Poha Pudding

Indian Festivals are not complete without the payasams. We have so many varieties that you are always spoilt for choice. We mostly make with semiya or vermicelli. However there are other ingredients that are used, like the rice, poha, wheat berries, and so many other ingredients.  For today I have this creamy payasam made with […]

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Oats Ladoo ~ Vinayagar Chaturthi Recipes

For the second day of Ganesh Chaturthi Pooja, I have a healthy version of laddo made with Oats. With the increase in consuming Oats in our daily meals, Amma decided this oats laddo will be a good thing. When I was asking her what else should I make for the neivedyam, she suggested this recipe. […]

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Mullu Murukku ~ Krishna Jayanthi Recipes

Murukkus are a must for Krishna Jayanthi. This is one of the traditions that Amma has always followed. Of course these traditions have set in place after they settled in Tamil Nadu. I have no clue on how this is celebrated in Andhra, as I have never been to my grandparents place during this pooja, […]

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Coconut Athirasam | Ariselu ~ Janmashtami Recipes

Happy Krishna Jayanthi to all my readers! I know I am a day late in wishing. I thought I might as well do it and share what we made for the pooja. I only made the Poha Kheer, the murukkus and Athirasams are from Amma. The murukkus proportion is a new one and so I […]

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Shakaannam, Payaru Sundal ~ Navratri Special Dishes – Day 6

For the day six it was Shakaannam with Whole Moong dal Sundal. The list from where I had referred the neivedyams listed this as one of the prasadams. And Harichandana has posted something very similar. This is supposed to be for friday however we got confused over the days and made it for today itself. […]

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Thakkali Sadam, Pattani Sundal ~ Navratri Special Dishes – Day 4

For the fourth of Navaratri, I made Thakkali Sadam and Pattani Sundal.  I have couple of other Thakkali Sadam posted already. This is yet another simpler way of cooking with tomatoes. Both the other Thakkali Sadam uses roasted masalas. And the Pattani Sundal is same, except I used roasted coriander powder in it. That gave […]

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