Collection of Desserts, Main Course Recipes (No Onion No Garlic) to be served as Bhog, Prasad during Ganesh Chaturthi Festival for 10 days. The Collection includes recipes from South Indian And Maharashtrian Cuisine.
Palkova is a traditional South Indian Milk Sweet also popularly known as Therattipal.
Neyyappam, Nei Appam, Sweet Appam, a traditional Jaggery based dessert from Kerala. Made as Neivedyam for Karthigai Deepam, Gokulashtami or Krishna Jayanti.
Nendram Pazham Pradhaman or Kerala Banana Payasam Recipe made using Nendran Banana Variety. Traditional Delectable Dessert for Vishu and Onam Sadya
Maharashtrian Tondli Bhaat Recipe (No Onion, No Garlic Recipe)
Easy to make, No Onion, No garlic South Indian Coconut Rice Recipe known as Kalavai Sadam or Variety Rice. Ideal for lunch, prasad during festivals and best way to consume excess coconut at home.
Sugar Free Dates, Rose and Pistachios Ladoos that are loaded with pistachios, edible rose petals, a mild dusting of poppy seeds or khus khus
Rajma Sundal or Kidney Beans Sundal - Pavala Moochai or Rajma Beans Sundal is Vegan, gluten free and delicious South Indian Snack option during Navratris
Uppu Kozhukattai or Ulundu Kozhukattai - A Traditional Savoury Rice Flour Steamed dumplings that are stuffed with a spicy lentil filling for Ganesh Chaturthi Festival.
How to make 3 varieties of Ammini Kozhukattai for Ganesh Chaturthi - Steamed Rice Flour dumplings that are made in a delicious 3 different varieties with a South Indian touch for Ganesh Chaturthi
7 Traditional Desserts or Sweet Recipes for Ganesh Chaturthi Festival