Traditional Indian Recipes

MAKARA SANKRANTHI RECIPES

Makara Sankranthi is one of the auspicious Hindus festival celebrated in almost every part of India. It is a harvest festival celebrated differently in many cultural forms. Makara Sankranthi is celebrated to mark the transition of Sun into the zodiac sign Capricorn of Makara rashi on its celestial path. ... read more

DIWALI RECIPES – DEEPAWALI RECIPES

  Diwali or Deepawali is the “festival of lights”.  Deep means “light” and avail means “a row of lights”. There are various legends pointing to the origin of Diwali. Some believe it to be the celebrations of the marriage of Goddess Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu. Diwali also commemorates the ... read more

UGADI RECIPES

 Ugadi can be explained as ‘yuga ‘ is the word for ‘era’ – ‘adi’ stands for ‘the beginning’ in Sanskrit. Hence the festival of Ugadi, stating the beginning of a new age, is the New Year day for the people of Deccan region of India. Ugadi signifies the beginning ... 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