Showing posts with label Gokulashtami Recipes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gokulashtami Recipes. Show all posts

Saturday, 2 November 2019

Badhushah Recipe/Badusha Recipe/Balushahi Recipes – How to make Badhushah


 Badushah is a traditional Indian sweet dessert recipe made with all-purpose flour/Maida, deep fried in ghee/oil and soaked in warm sugar syrup. This Indian doughnut is flaky, puffy, golden colored sweet is popularly called as Badhushah is the South and Balushahi in the North. Making Badhushah is very easy and can be done in no time and enjoyed during festival seasons. Do try out this amazing Badhushah recipe and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting Diwali Sweets and Snacks here.

Here’s how to make Bahdushah with step by step photos…


Saturday, 26 October 2019

7 Cup Burfi/Seven Cup Burfi – Easy Diwali Sweet/Sweet for Special Occasions or Neivedhyam


Hello Friends,

Today, I am going to share a very easy, extremely tasty 7 Cup Burfi which I made for this Diwali. The name 7 Cup Burfi is just an easy way to remember, that all ingredients are each one cup except sugar alone being 3 cups. But I feel 3 cups of sugar is way too sweet, so I have used only 2 ½ cups, sometimes I add only 2 cups. Though I have made this several times, I was unable to share it with you all, so this time I made sure I click some pictures and share it with you all. It is one such recipe, that even the beginners can try because it does not involve in making the single string sugar syrup etc.  Any way friends, do try out this delectable, tempting and mouthwatering 7 cup burfi and post your comments here. Meanwhile, do check out other interesting Diwali Sweets andDiwali Snacks here and enjoy. Have a wonderful and safe Diwali.

Here’s how to make 7 Cup Burfi with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Ullundhu Murukku/Urad Dal Murukku – Easy Diwali Snacks/Deepawali Special Murukku


Hello Friends,

Today, Iam going to share a very interesting Murukku variety – Ullundhu Murukku with a twist, yet crunchy, tasty, tempting and melts in your mouth. I have already posted the original version of Murukkumade with Urad dal flour, but this one is made by cooking the urad dal and then adding it to the flour. Do try out this irresistible Ullundhu Murukku and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting Diwali Snacks andDiwali Sweets here.

Here's how to make Ullundhu Murukku with step by step photos...

Tuesday, 10 September 2019

Ragi Murukku/Kezhvaragu Maavu Murukku/Finger Millet Murukku/Diwali Special Ragi Murukku/Krishna Jayanthi Special Ragi Murukku


Hello Friends,

Today, I am going to share a very healthy, tasty and crunchy Murukku made with Ragi Flour – Ragi Murukku. Introducing different types of millets in our snacks like murukku makes it healthy and provides the required nutrients for us. I have posted other interesting and healthy Ragi recipes earlier, do check out the link. Meanwhile do check out other interesting Sirudhaniya Recipes/MilletRecipes also. Try out this super delicious Ragi Murukku/Kezhvaragu murukku and post your comments here. Check out other interesting Diwali snacks and sweets in the link.

Here’s how to make Ragi Murukku with step by step photos…

Thursday, 29 August 2019

Ribbon Pakoda/Ribbon Karasev –Method 3 -Krishna Jayanthi/Gokulashtami Special/Diwali Special Snacks/Easy Diwali Snacks/Easy Tea time Snacks


Hello Friends,

Today, I am going to share the third version of Ribbon Pakoda/Karasev or Ola Karasev, I made for Krishna Jayanthi. Do check out the Ribbon Pakoda -1 and Ribbon Pakoda -2 which I have posted earlier. You can make this easy Ribbon Kara sev in about 30 minutes and serve it as evening snacks or you can make it for special occasions like Krishna Jayanthi, Diwali etc. Do check out other interesting Diwali Sweets and Snacks here in this link. Meanwhile try out this delicious, crunchy and tasty Ribbon Karasev and post your comments.

Here's how to make Ribbon Pakoda with step by step photos...


Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Butter Murukku/Easy Diwali Snacks/Krishna Jayanthi Special

Butter murukku is one of the easiest murukku that can be made in no time . Butter Murukkus are very light, crunchy and have wonderful flavor of butter which just melts in your mouth. They are made during special pooja days like Krishna Jayanthi or Diwali and is also an excellent tea time snacks. Butter Murukku is my families all time favourite. Do try out this fool proof Butter Murukku recipe and post your feed back here. Meanwhile do check out other Diwali/Teatime Snacks/Murukku Varieties and have a great day.

Here’s how to make Butter Murukku with step by step photos…

Saturday, 22 October 2016

Thattai Recipe /How to Make Thattai/Diwali Special

Thattai is a crispy and crunchy snack that is very addictive and one of my favorite savories. Thattai is usually made during Diwali ,Krishna Jayanthi and other festive occasions. Now that Diwali is fast approaching, I thought of sharing with you all, this  foolproof, authentic and traditional recipe. Do try it out friends and post your comments here. Meanwhile, do check out other interesting Diwali Sweets and Diwali Snack varieties here.

Here’s how to make Thattai with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Ribbon Pakoda/Ribbon Karasev -2 [Krishna Jayanthi/Gokulashtami Special]

Hello friends,

Today I am going to share the second version of  Ribbon Pakoda/Karasev or Nada/Ola Pakoda. Now that Krishna Jayanthi/Gokulashtami is fast approaching all of you must be on the look of making different savories quickly and easily. So do not forget to check out other interesting and easy Krishna Jayanthi recipes here. I have also posted another version of ribbon karasev in this link, do check that out also. Do  try out this crispy, crunchy and tasty ribbon pakoda and post your comments here.

Here’s how to make Ribbon Pakoda with step by step photos…

Thursday, 21 July 2016

Aval Urundai/Aval Ladoo/Poha laddu with Jaggery–Janmashtami Recipes/Krishna Jayanthi Recipes

Hello friends,

Today I am going to share a very healthy and easy poha/aval ladoo. This laddu is prepared during Krishna jayanthi for neivedhyam as we all know aval is lord Krsihans favourite. The best part of this aval laddu is, it is prepared with jaggery, so it very healthy and tasty. This Aval Laddu can be made as quick evening snacks for kids, or for special occasions like Diwali, Navratri etc. Ok, friends do try out this delicious and healthy Aval laddu and post your comments here. Meanwhile do not forget to check out other laddus like Bhoondhi Laddu, Roastedgram Laddu/PottukadalaiUrundai, Besan Laddu, Ragi Laddu/Kezhvaragu Laddu, Rava Laddu, Sesame seeds Laddu/Ellu Urundai which I have posted earlier.

Here’s how to make Aval Urundai/Laddu with step by step photos...

Friday, 9 October 2015

Aval Kesari Recipe/Poha Kesari Recipe - Krishna Jayanthi/Gokulashtami Recipes

Today I am going to share with you all a very easy and quick neivedhyam recipe for Pooja days – Aval/Poha Kesari. I made this aval kesari for Krishna Jayanthi, but the recipe has been sitting in my drafts for quite some time.  So friends, you are planning to make Kesari, try to make Aval Kesari and you will surely love it. Do not forget to check out Rava Kesari and Mango Kesari which I have posted earlier.

Here’s how to make Aval Kesari with step by step photos…

Sunday, 11 January 2015

Javvarisi Payasam with Vellam/Sago Kheer with Jaggery/Sabudana Kheer

First of all I wish all my readers, friends, followers, subscribers, each and every one of you a very Happy New Year. I am really sorry for the late wishes, but I think better late than never. Since I am posting after so many days and also this is my first post for this year, I am starting by sharing with you all a very traditional and authentic Javvarisi payasam made with vellam/jaggery. Enjoy this mouth watering payasam and have a great day.

Here's how to make Javvarisi Payasam with step by step photos...


Thursday, 14 August 2014

Gokulashtami Recipes/Krishna Jayanthi Recipes

Wishing all you a very Happy Gokulashtami in advance, let's all celebrate the little Kannan's birthday with great zest and happiness. "Sarvam Krishnarpanam". Please click on the links for recipes with step by step photos.


                                       

Thursday, 27 February 2014

GarvaNu – Wheat Flour Kheer [Gujarati Delight]/Wheat Flour Paayasam/Godhumai Maavu Paayasam

Today I am sharing with you all friends, readers, followers and subscribers a very happy and sweet news. From now on priyas virundhu is no more with blogspot, we have our own domain www.priyasvirundhu.com. So friends please keep visiting and encouraging us as always. Thank you all for your kind support and encouragement.

GarvaNu is a kheer from South of Gujarat. I came across this special and authentic recipe of Gujarat in Rishtey channel. The aroma of the roasted wheat flour and combined together with the flavourful cinnamon powder is just tantalizing. The GarvaNu is not supposed to be cloyingly sweet, but you can very well adjust the sweetness according to your taste. Try out this luscious kheer and have a great day. Do check out other delightful Paysam/Kheer varieties here.

Here’s how to make GarvaNu with step by step photos…


Monday, 24 February 2014

Badam Pisin With Milk/How to use Badam Pisin[Almond Gum]/Badam Pisin – natural body coolant

Badam pisin or Almond gum is an edible gum collected from badam/almond trees. Badam tree bark secretes the gum and it gets dried up, which is later collected and used for medicinal purposes. They look like little rocks which are white in colour and an excellent natural body coolant. The famous drink of Tamil Nadu - Jigarthanda, Rose milk etc are prepared by adding Nannari sarbat to the badam pisin. The badam pisin is soaked overnight in water which then becomes like jelly; this jelly can then be used along with sarbats.  Badam Pisin is a natural jelly which can be consumed by everyone to beat the heat and keep the body cool. This is badam pisin milk is an easy and simple home remedy during the hot summer days. My grandma used to give this for us and now I do it for my kids or for myself. Do you really want to see how the badam pisin looks like and how it turns into a jelly, then scroll down further for more photos...

Here’s how to make Badam Pisin Milk with step by step photos…

Thursday, 20 February 2014

Ullundhu Paal/Urad dal Milk/Urad dal Payasam/Urad dal Kheer/Health drink for Kids - Tamil Nadu Special

As a parent and mom of two kids I am always on the lookout of healthy and tasty food that can be made easily without any hassles. This Ullundhu paal/Urad dal payasam is one such recipe I came across in Vikatan long time ago. Ullundhu Paal is a special, traditional and authentic health drink prepared in Thirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu. It is a very healthy drink, prepared with milk and palm sugar. This Ullundhu pal is a must for girls and growing children as energy booster and helps in maintaining a healthy body and mind.  Do check out urad dal kali/urad dal halwa, yet another urad dal dish made especially for girls. A short note about the panam/panang kalakandu which is used in preparing this milk. Panang kalkandu is a kind of rock sugar made from panam pathaneer[Palm tree] which is extracted from the flower of palmera tree. It is loaded with medicinal value, reduces the body heat, cures cough, cures gastric problems and is rich in minerals like magnesium, chromium and iron.  Try this authentic and traditional health drink of Tamil Nadu and you will surely love it. Check out other Payasam Varieties here.

Here’s how to make Ullundhu Paal with step by step photos…

Monday, 14 October 2013

Rava Payasam/Semolina/Sooji Kheer [Festival Special]

Wishing all readers and friends a very “Happy Vijayadashami”. Each day of Navaratri is dedicated to one form of Parashakthi. Vijayadashami is the last day of Navaratri on which Durga invoked as Mahishasuramardhini and destroyed all the evil elements and killed Mahishasuran. Not only Durga’s victory over Mahishashuran but also Lord Rama’s victory over the ten headed demon king Ravana is celebrated on this special day. Vijayadashami literally means “victory on the dashmi-the tenth lunar day of the Hindu calendar”.

Vijayadashami marks a new victorious start in South India. It is considered very auspicious day for starting formal education on Vijayadashami. It has been observed as the day of “Vidyarambham”, the “beginning of learning” for centuries. The custom goes by making the children aged two to three years to write their first letters “ohm” and the first alphabet "aah in Tamil" in a plate of raw rice [nellu] by the guru with the right index finger in temples and schools. Students keep their books and workers their tools for puja on the ninth day of Navratri[Ayudha Puja, Saraswathi Puja], these are taken back and used after special puja on the tenth day[Vijayadasami]. Not only studies any form of art like Bharatanatiyam, musical instruments, Carnatic music etc. are started on this auspicious day and special respect and gifts offered to Gurus[teachers]. Check out other Payasam Varieties here.

Here’s how to make Rava Payasam with step by step photos…

Monday, 16 September 2013

Sago Payasam/Javvarisi Payasam/Sabudana Kheer

Hello Friends,

“Wishing all my lovely friends and wonderful readers a Very Happy Onam, Thiruonam Aashamsakal”

Onam is the most important festival of the state of Kerala, India. It is a harvest festival and is celebrated with great enthusiasm by all the communities throughout Kerala. The festival is celebrated to welcome King Mahabali, whose spirit is said to visit Kerala at the time of Onam. Once again I am wishing all you a very very Happy Onam.

I am sorry my friend’s I was not keeping really well for the past 3-4 days, so was not able to visit your pages. But since today is Onam I wanted to post something really sweet and celebrate this Onam with all of you.

Here's how to make Sago/Javvarisi Payasam with step by step photos...

Saturday, 31 August 2013

Ribbon Pakoda/Nada Pakoda/Ola Pakoda

Ribbon Pakoda is another delicious, crispy, crunchy and a traditional snack prepared during Diwali and Krishna Jayanthi. The name is really very interesting because these pakodas are long like a ribbon(nada in Tamil) and also in most of the houses it is also called ola/ottu pakoda because they are crispy and crunchy. There are different variations in making this ribbon pakoda, this is the easiest version that can be done easily and quickly. I am planning to share the other variations with garlic and sesame seeds in my future post hopefully before Diwali. My mom prepares murukkus, ribbon pakoda, oma podi etc during Diwali, Krishna Jayanthi and other special occasions.  I carry out the same tradition of making all these during these special days and see to that I don’t break this tradition every year. Meanwhile, do check out other interesting Diwali Sweets and Diwali Snack varieties here.

Here’s how to make Ribbon Pakoda/Nada Pakoda with step by step photos…

Thursday, 29 August 2013

Murukku/Thenkuzhal-South Indian Delight/Diwali Special/Gokulashtami Special

Murukku is a very famous and authentic South Indian[Tamil Nadu] snacks prepared during special occasions like Diwali, Krishna Jayanthi etc. Murukku means twisted in Tamil and made from rice and urad dal flour. There are different varieties of murukku like mullu murkku, thengai paal murukku(coconut milk), Kaara murukku, butter murukku etc.

This murukku is especially prepared in large quantities and shared with friends and families during Diwali. It stays fresh and crunchy for 3-4 weeks when properly stored in airtight containers. Whenever I make murukku, I get reminded of days when my mom prepares snacks during Diwali. Usually Diwali preparation starts a week before with shopping and making an array of sweets and snacks. I made this simple and quick Murukku for Krishna Jayanthi yesterday, so I am sharing it with you all. Meanwhile, do check out other interesting Diwali Sweets and Diwali Snack varieties here.

Here’s how to make Murukku/Thenkuzhal with step by step photos…


Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Rava Ladoo/Rava Laddu/Gokulashtami/KrishnaJayanthi Recipes

Wishing you all a very Happy Krishna Jayanthi/Gokulashtami - இனிய கிருஷ்ணஜெயந்தி நல்வாழ்த்துக்கள்.....


I know it should be really a very busy day for all of you preparing for pooja and making all delightful sweets and snacks. I am also preparing simple and quick snacks for Krishna Jayanthi, because I came back very late from my vacation. I always have a special place in my heart for this maaya kannan from my childhood days. The usual dishes prepared for Krishna Jayanthi includes Murukku/thenkuzhal, Uppu Seedai, Vella Seedai, Thattai, Aval payasam,Paasi Paruppu Payasam, Ladoos, Gulab Jamuns, Badam Kheer, Uraddal/Medhu Vadai, Rava Kesari, Sukku Vellam etc.

Here’s how to make Rava Ladoo with step by step photos…

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