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Gopalkala Recipe | How To Make Gopalkala For Prasad
Gopalkala is a traditional dish of Maharashtra, which is offered as a naivedyam to Lord Krishna during the Janmashtami day. The gopalkala is made from poha, curd, cucumber and a few spices added to it. People believe this to be God's ...
Gopalkala

Dhaniya Panjiri Recipe: How To Make Dhaniya Panjiri Prasad
Dhaniya panjiri is a traditional naivedyam recipe that is offered to Lord Krishna, especially on Janmashtami. The coriander panjiri recipe is prepared with powdered coriander seeds and roasted makhane with sugar and dry fruits added to it. The dhaniya panjiri is ...
Paneer Kheer Recipe | How To Make Paneer Payasam
Paneer kheer is a special sweet that is prepared by North Indians for special festivals. Also known as paneer payasam, this sweet is flavoured with paneer, milk, condensed milk and fragrance-filled cardamom powder and dry fruits. The paneer kheer is prepared ...
Paneer Kheer
Charanamrit Recipe | How To Make Charanamrit Prasad Recipe
Charanamrit is a traditional recipe that is prepared as a prasad/naivedyum during Janmashtami. People fast the entire day and offer the charan amrit to Lord Krishna before partaking it to break their upvas. Charanamrit is a sweet drink that is prepared ...
Kodubale Recipe: How To Make Karnataka-style Ring Murukku
Kodubale is a popular snack that is prepared mainly in Karnataka on a regular basis and also for festivals. The Karnataka-style ring murukku is a crunchy lip-smacking snack that is prepared by deep frying the ring-shaped spicy dough. The spicy kodbale ...
Kodubale
Spicy Shankarpali Recipe: How To Make Namak Para At Home
Spicy shankarpali is a popular snack in India that originated from Maharashtra. Also called namak para, this snack is prepared as a treat with evening chai and is also prepared during festivals. The namkeen shankarpali is prepared by deep frying the ...
Sweet Shakkarpara Recipe: How To Make Shankarpali At Home
Shakkarpara is a sweet that hails from Maharashtra and is prepared during festivals and other celebrations. Also known as sweet shankarpali, this delicacy is prepared by deep frying the pieces of dough and coating it with powdered sugar or sugar syrup. ...
Sweet Shakkarpara
Vrat Wale Aloo Recipe: How To Make Vrat Ke Aloo Sabzi
Vrat wale aloo is a common yet traditional side dish that is prepared for festivals and is included as a part of the Uupvas meals. It is made by simpley cooking the potatoes with spices. Here, we do not include onions ...
Vrat Ke Palak Pakora Recipe: How To Make Palak And Kuttu Ka Atta Pakora
The vrat ke palak pakora is an authentic snack that is prepared in North India, especially during fasts or upvas. These pakoras are made of buckwheat, as normal besan and atta cannot be used at the times of fasts. The buckwheat ...
Vrat Ke Palak Pakora
Phirni Recipe | Rice Pudding Recipe | Firni Recipe
Phirni is an authentic North Indian sweet that is mainly prepared during festive seasons and special occasions. It is a classic sweet that is prepared by adding ground rice to milk and sugar; and cooking it. The rice phirni is similar ...
 

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