Thengai thirattupal is a popular sweet in the Thanjavur region that has been enjoyed as a traditional delicacy for generations. It is a part of the “Seer Bakshanam,” a collection of sweets and savouries that are prepared for weddings and served to the groom’s side and guests attending the wedding. […]
A collection of South Indian Sweet Recipes.
Sweet Poli is a popular festive dish made with a sweet stuffing of either dhal or coconut. Instead of the traditional use of all-purpose flour (Maida), I opted to use wheat flour for the outer layer and Jackfruit for the filling, giving it a unique twist.
Ulundhu (Urad Dhal) Sweet Kozhukattai
Urad dal possesses excellent antioxidant properties, rich in fibre and contains minerals such as iron and potassium. Preparing Kozhukattai with Urad Dhal flour is a way to add healthy food to our diet.
“Kummayam” also known as “Aadi Kummayam” is a sweet dish prepared with different combination of lentils and jaggery and offered to God as Prasadam on “Aadi Velli” or “Aadi Sevvai”.
Apple Halwa recipe using Apples, Sugar, Ghee and Cashew nuts.
Healthy Sarkarai Pongal
This is low fat healthy Sarkarai Pongal without ghee. This can also be prepared with wheat rawa or millet instead of rice.
Pottukadalai Ellu (Til seeds) Urundai
This is a quick recipe and an ideal prasad for Navaratri festival. Add the pottukadalai in a mixie and powder it finely. In a kadai add the Ellu and dry fry till it starts crackling.
Wheat flour Kesari
Wheat flour kesari is a sweet dish and can be prepared within 10 to 15 minutes time. It is a perfect sweet to offer to God as Prasad.
Parangi Kai Jaggery Halwa
A sweet halwa recipe made with yellow pumpkin (parangi kai) and jaggery
Sago (Javvarisi) Dal Payasam
A sweet dish (payasam) made with sago (javvarisi), dal, milk and raisins.