Lauki Burfi – Bottle Gourd Burfi

Blogging has really taken a back seat this month as our summer break is in full swing. I am trying my best to keep up with my BM buddies to finish the theme, but I am invariably running a day

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Policha Laddu – Policha Ladoo – Laddu Made from Left-over Chapathi – Chapathi Ladoo

I had been thinking of making this Policha Laddu recipe every since the day Valli posted it in her blog. I always end up having extra chapathis in hand whenever I am making them for dinner, so this recipe was

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B for Badam Burfi – Badam Katli – Almond Burfi

  Making burfis always gives me a jitter. Having said this, I make burfis very often as my kids love it and yes, I have made blunders, but I have had many successes too. The best part about burfi (or

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A for Athirsam – Adhirasam – Athirasam – Beginning of Month Long A-Z Tamil Nadu Mega Marathon – Journey Through The Cuisines

  It is April and I am beginning my month long mega marathon with my beloved group Blogging Marathon. If you are first time visitor, this month long marathon happens twice a year where we blog non-stop for the whole

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Besan Ki Pinni from Haryana – Besan Laddoo

What is a meal without sweet? Besan ki pinni or the laddoo made out of gram flour / besan is a very popular sweet made in Haryana. Haryana state is very rich in cattle population and hence milk and milk

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Aravanai – Srirangam Temple Prasadam

After the month long Baking Marathon, I am back to routine with my regular postings. Though I am having major withdrawal issues, I am happy to be cooking normal food. This week I will be blogging about prasadams that are

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Aval Kesari – Poha Kesari

Kesari is something that my boys love to eat any day. I often make some traditional sweet to satisfy their sweet buds (and also mine). Because of this, my boys have gotten used to eating traditional sweets. I often make

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Thiruvadharai Kali

27th Jan, 2015 Thiruvadharai kali is prepared during the month of Margazhi on the auspicious occasion of Thiruvadharai (Aarudhra Darshanam). Thiruvadharai is a Shaivaite festival that celebrates lord Shiva in his cosmic dance posture (Natarajar). It is celebrated in a

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Kaju Katli – Cashew Nut Burfi

22nd Oct, 2014 Let me begin this post by wishing my readers, friends and family a very happy and prosperous Deepavali.  Here I am after a long break from the blogging world, in my new base and I am making

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