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Friday, August 16, 2013

Janmashtami/ Krishna Jayanthi recipes Indian Snacks and sweets
Janmashtami 2013 falls on 28th of August. So here are few recipes you can prepare for the festival. Thought of posting this collection as it would help to pre-plan your festival preparations. My mom makes uppu seedai, vella seedai and thattai and appam for this festival. She also offers homemade butter and aval/ rice flakes. But I have compiled all possible recipes which can be easy to prepare too.
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milk-kheer-recipe
Paal payasam recipe
Total time: 40 mins

With only milk and rice as the star ingredients!
Aval payasam recipe
Total time: 20 mins

Aval / rice flakes is Krishna’s favourite!
Paal kozhukattai recipe
Total time: 40 mins

Rice flour balls in milk.
Paal kesari recipe
Total time: 30 mins

Make you kesari with Krishna’s favourite- milk!
nei-appam-recipe
Nei appam recipe
Total time: 3 hrs
Traditional sweet appam, made with rice, Jaggery and ghee.
Wheat flour appam
Total time: 20 mins

Instant appam recipe with wheat flour and jaggery!
Uppu & vella seedai
Total time: 4hrs

Make the traditional snack from scratch at home!
Kai murukku recipe
Total time: 4 hrs

Another classic traditional recipe from scratch, with VIDEO!
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Thattai recipe
Total time: 35 mins
Crispy and delicious thattai recipe, a must try for Gokulashtami!
Mullu murukku recipe
Total time: 40 mins

A flavourful murukku recipe with rice flour, coconut milk and dal!
Ola pakoda recipe
Total time: 30 mins

Very crispy and easy to make snack with rice and chickpea flour
Thenkuzhal recipe
Total time: 40 mins

Classic traditional yet easy recipe!

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7 comments:

  1. classic collection ! again i have an eye on your kai murukku !

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  2. Lovely !! Cute looking pics :)

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  3. nice collection.gr8 pics.jus cannot stop looking again!

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  4. yesterday i tried for athirasam first time. it comes nicely. thank u. my children also enjoying the photos of all yr receips. thank u

    usha krishnamoorthy

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  5. Nice presentation...gave me to confidence to try out this Gokulashtami :-)

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