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Sakkarai Pongal is a sweet dish prepared in Indian sub continent during the festival of Pongal. Pongal is prepared with Jaggery, milk, lentils and rice in clay pots on wood fire. Pongal has two varients one is sweet and other is savoury. Pongal is traditionally prepared in temples. INGREDIENTS  Raw   Read More ...

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Pumpkin has lot of health benefits. Its rich in fiber, potassium and vitamin C. It’s good for heart, boosts immunity, helps in weight loss, reduces cancer risk and prevents skin aging. I brought homegrown pumpkin from my parents house and have been trying out lot of new dishes to make   Read More ...

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Sabudana or sago is also known as tapioca pearls. It is extracted from tapioca root, shaped in lump form roasted and dried. It keeps blood pressure under control, helps muscle growth, boosts energy levels and improves digestion. It contains carbohydrates and appreciable amount of vitamin c and calcium. Some popular   Read More ...

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  Gothambu payasam is a Kerala sweet dish which is prepared during sadhya and festivals. In Kerala coconut is mainly used in cooking almost in all dishes. Coconut milk is used in vegetarian as well as non vegetarian dishes. Lot of sweet dishes are prepared using coconut milk. Coconut is   Read More ...

Palada payasam is a traditional sweet desert made in Kerala(south of India) during festivals and special occasions. In this recipe rice ada and sugar is added to milk and cooked in low heat. To give flavour cardamom powder is added and garnished with cashews and raisins. I have used double   Read More ...

Green gram or green moong dal is rich in Vitamin A, B, C  and E and also in many minerals including iron, calcium and potassium. It helps to lower high cholesterol and keeps a check on blood sugar levels. Its anti fungal, anti bacterial and anti cancer. Its used as   Read More ...

Vermicelli payasam/kheer is a very popular, delicious and easy to make Indian pudding. In North India it is known as kheer and in South India it is known as payasam. It is made by boiling milk and roasted vermicelli is added in it. It is flavoured with cardamom. cashew and   Read More ...

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  Yellow moong dal is a light weight lentil and is used in many recipe. It is a great source of iron, dietary fibre and protein and is recommended for sick people. It is low in fat and cholesterol. Here I am making a sweet dish which is mostly prepared   Read More ...

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