Traditional Indian Recipes

KAJJIKAYALU – FESTIVIE RECIPE

Kajjikayalu is one of the popular traditional sweet recipes that are prepared during festivals like Ugadi, Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, etc. and also during special occasions. Kajjikayalu is usually prepared in a crescent shape with sweet filling of dry coconut, sugar, cardamom powder, cashew nut, putnalu pappu and semolina. Today, ... read more

PALA MUNJALU RECIPE – FESTIVAL RECIPE

Pala Munjalu is one of the traditional recipes of Andhra. In Rayalaseema this recipe is known with the name Pala Punjalu. Pala Munjalu is a deep fried sweet recipe that is also cooked during festivals like Ugadi, Diwali… and other occasions. Enjoy preparing and serving Pala Munjalu for this ... read more

4 CAKES – FESTIVAL RECIPE

  4 CAKES recipe  is very easy to prepare and a tasty sweet recipe. This recipe is called 4 cakes as I have used 4 different ingredients to prepare it. 4 cakes recipe can not only be prepared during festivals but also can be prepared for kid`s snacks box.  ... read more

HOLI – HOLI RECIPES

  Holi is a spring festival also known as the festivals of colors. Holi is celebrated with great enthusiasm and gaiety. Holi is the festival of victory of good over evil brought about by the burning and destruction of demon named Holika. There are various legends to explain the ... read more

CASHEW NUT BURFI – FESTIVAL RECIPE

Burfi is always a favorite sweet recipe which is famous among all the age groups. Cashew nut Burfi is easy to make and a very tasty sweet. It is usually prepared during festivals like Holi, Diwali, etc. There are different methods of preparing Cashew nut Burfi. I am posting ... read more

MAHA SHIVARATRI RECIPES

“SHIVARATRI” means “Great night of Lord Shiva”. It is believed that on this day Lord Shiva was married to Goddess Parvati. It is also said that Lord Shiva was born on this day. There are various rituals and traditions associated with the celebration of Maha Shivaratri. It is celebrated ... read more

LAUKI KA HALWA – MAHA SHIVARATRI RECIPE

Lauki ka halwa is the halwa that is prepared from the vegetable lauki (bottle gourd). It tastes good. It is also prepared during fasts in North India. On Maha Shivaratri devotees prepare Lauki ka halwa as Prasad and offer to Lord Shiva and break their fast or vrat by ... read more

APPLE KHEER – MAHA SHIVARATRI RECIPE

Apple kheer or Apple Payasam is an Andhra sweet recipe that is usually prepared on Maha Shivaratri. Apple kheer is offered as prasadam to Lord Shiva and the devotees break their fasts after having this prasadam. Apple kheer is made with the fruit apple, milk and sugar. It’s a ... read more

RAVA KESARI – MAHA SHIVARATRI RECIPE

Rava kesari is a popular South Indian recipe that is made using rava/semolina. Rava kesari is usually made during poojas and fasts. In South India on Maha Shivaratri devotees prepare Rava Kesari as parsadam for Lord Shiva and break their fast by having this prasadam. Rava kesari is also ... read more

SWEET DIAMOND MAIDA CUT BISCUITS – DIWALI SWEET RECIPE

Sweet diamond maida cut biscuits is an easy recipe which is relished by all the age groups. With less and easily available ingredients we make the biscuits in less time and the quantity of the sweet diamond maida cut biscuits are also more. It is used to pack kid`s ... read more

PINEAPPLE MURAMBA

Pineapple muramba is the pineapple cooked in the sugar syrup. Pineapple muramba can be stored for many months if its been kept in fridge. Everyone enjoys eating pineapple muramba. Ingredients: Pineapple                            3 cups Sugar     ... read more

Kerala Banana Delight – How to make Nendraphazam Delight

Nendraphazham is one of the most commonly found variety of banana in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Its long in size compared to other varities of banana. It is especially given to infants due to its high protein content. Kerala Banana Delight is a nutritious snack as it is the ... read more