Pongal is a four day, harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu, it’s festivities rooted in Tamil culture. During this season, many delicacies are prepared in households all over the state to celebrate the harvest festival. Here are a few delicious and simple Pongal recipes that you can prepare this season!
Sweet pongal is a traditional dish in Tamil Nadu. During pongal festival time we make variety of pongal recipes but this sweet pongal is very special & common one.
A delicious South Indian dish that would pair well with rotis or rice.
An authentic iyengar recipe to make creamy akkara adisal.
Ghee pongal is the most simplest and easiest tradtional recipe in south india. I make this quite often atleast twice a month or thrice a month. If you plan to make pongal, it has to be served with coconut chutney and sambar.
A special South Indian dish that goes well with yellow pongal, idlis, or even steamed rice.
A rich sweet rice recipe made using rock sugar (kalkandu).
Pongal, Pongal is a harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu, and a rice dish also known as Pongal is an integral part of the celebrations. It is cooked in earthen pots and a few everyday varieties are also prepared in almost every South Indian home.
Sweet pongal is prepared for pongal festivel, Pongal is one of the most popular four day long harvest festival in TamilNadu.
Milagu pongal is famous South Indian recipe especially in Tamilnadu. Pongal is one of the usual dish we make at home for breakfast and sometime even for dinner.
Thinai Pongal is a very healthy and filling breakfast idea.
Barnyard millet is said to be the fastest growing millet which is gluten free and highly nutritious. The bran layers of millets are good sources of B-complex vitamins. Now we learn to make healthy kuthiraivali pongal recipe.
Pongal is the most simplest and easiest breakfast recipe. Making pongal at home is a breeze. It has just 2 steps. Cook rice and dal and then do the seasoning. Today we will learn the Tamil style of preparing khara pongal recipe.
Rice payasam recipe – also known as paramannam arisi payasam paal payasam in south India & is made during festivals It is made of milk rice.
It is ideal to go for natural sweeteners like palm sugar, maple syrup, agave nectar, or monk fruit etc.
Ulundu Vadai, also known as Medhu Vadai, is a South Indian snack that’s doughnut shaped and filled with spices.
A simple recipe for South Indian tamarind rice.
Puran poli is the most popular sweet dish of Maharashtra which is prepared by roasting delicious chana dal and jaggery stuffed puran poli in ghee.
A traditional vegetable mix.
A simple and quick recipe for rice flavoured with coriander leaves.
Recipe for Vegetable Kootu. This Kootu is mostly prepared on festival days, especially for Thiruvathirai and Pongal. This is also called as Pongal Kootu.
A South Indian specialty rice, this dish of coconut flavoured rice is often made during festive seasons.
This South Indian dish goes well with seafood and vegetables. Curry leaves are used frequently in this part of India. When you find a fresh bunch, put them to dry on a towel on top of the boiler, then place them in an airtight jar to use as needed.
A delcious and healthy mint rice recipe.
Rice gets a nutty makeover in this easy and quick recipe.
Oats is gaining popularity mainly because of its health benefits and also they are convenient and easy to cook. It is said that fiber and other nutrients found in oats may help lower cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure and also reduces the risk of certain type of cancers.