Murukku’s are often made during festival times and are a popular anytime snack. They are […]
“Gokulashtami” or “Krishna Jayanti” or “Janmashtami” marks the celebration of the birth of Sri Krishna. The midnight birth of Lord Krishna is celebrated in the rainy month of Shravan (July/August). Many people fast till midnight and then offer the newborn an offering of milk, curd, butter and sweets. A small cradle is setup to worship the coming of the lord to the earth to fight evil forces. Here are some dishes made on the occasion.
A popular milk sweet from Tamil Nadu, Thirattipal (also known as Therattipal or Theratti Paal) […]
Kara Sev is a spicy savoury snack often made during festivals like Diwali. Sattur is […]
Maida and Besan Omapodi
Boiled Rice Seedai
Made with Maida, Rava and Sugar, this is a delicious and easy to make laddu. […]
South Indian Sweet made with Coconut Milk
A traditional South Indian sweet recipe that is roughly translated as unknown balls.
Chana Dal Laddu
A popular sweet dish of Thanjavur.
This easy to make Rava and Coconut Burfi is a delicious dessert sweet often made […]
Crispy and tasty snack prepared during festival times.
Curd Mullu Thenkuzhal
Thenkuzhal with Sago
Spicy Ompodi / Sev with Spices
Ompodi (Plain Sev) is savoury snack prepared during special or festive occassions
A different type of Seedai that can made during festivals like Janmashtami and Diwali.
Jalebi is a popular sweet across the Indian subcontinent. A traditional sweet the jalebis are […]
Kai Murukku is one of the most popular South Indian snacks. A classic dish, it […]
Godhumai Halwa or Wheat Halwa is a delicious sweet variety from Tamil Nadu. There are […]
Aloo Shak and Puri
Bhog ki Kheer
A simple and delicious Milk sweet that can be made for any occasion. Ingredients: Milk […]