Varalakshmi vratham recipes

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Wed, 26 Aug 2015 08:19:25 +0000
Varalakshmi vratham naivedyam recipes – special Andhra vantalu to offer Goddess Lakshmi<br /><br />Varamahalakshmi vratham is round the corner i.e on the second Friday of Sravana masam which falls on 28th August, 2015. Women folk in Andhra and Southern states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are gearing up for this special festival. Pre festival cleaning gets underway with homes thoroughly dusted, cleaned and decorated to welcome Goddesss Lakshmi. Lakshmi Ammavaru is draped in the finest silks, adorned with gold jewellery and the pooja room is decorated with the choicest flowers.<br /><br />Planning of menu for varalakshmi vratham, what to cook on the special day is a major issue with most home cooks celebrating the festival. To make it easy for you, I have complied a list of special foods (pradasam recipes) of Andhra cuisine and other regional cuisines of India that you can offer to the Goddess of wealth, power, beauty and auspiciousness, the consort of Lord Vishnu.<br /><br />varalakshmi vratham recipes<br /><br />Badusha<br /><br />Gujjiya<br /><br />Coconut Laddu<br /><br />Rava Laddu<br /><br />Atukula Laddu ~ Beaten rice sweet<br /><br />Sweet Pongali<br /><br />Semiya Payasam<br /><br />Chana Dal Sago Kheer<br /><br />Moong dal Payasam<br /><br />Carrot Kheer<br /><br />Godhuma Rava Payasam<br /><br />Rava Payasam<br /><br />Rava Kesari<br /><br />Badam Halwa<br /><br />Paramannam<br /><br />Chalimidi<br /><br />Atukulu Payasam<br /><br />Sorakaya (bottlegourd) Payasam<br /><br />Appalu<br /><br />Mawa Peda<br /><br />Chandrakantalu<br /><br />Bellam Garelu ~ Jaggery Vadas<br /><br />Boorelu<br /><br />Pala Munjalu<br /><br />Bobbatlu<br /><br />Halwa Boorelu<br /><br />Kajjikayalu<br /><br />Kobbari Burfi<br /><br />Teepi Atukulu<br /><br />Pesarapappu Bobbatulu<br /><br />Chitti Budagalu<br /><br />Vadai<br /><br />Ribbon Murukku<br /><br />Pappu Chekkalu<br /><br />Puliyodharai ~ Tamil Tamarind rice<br /><br />Perugu Garelu<br /><br />Andhra Katte Pongali<br /><br />Andhra Pulihora<br /><br />Nimmakaya Annam ~ Lemon Rice<br /><br />Rava Pulihora<br /><br />Mamidikaya (raw mango) Pulihora<br /><br />Festival Thali<br /><br />Talimpu Senagalu (black chickpeas)<br /><br />Guggillu (tempered white chickpeas)<br /><br />Peanut sundal (tempered peanuts)<br /><br />Rajma sundal (tempered kidney beans)<br /><br />Vaamu aaku bajji (ajwain pakoda)<br /><br />Aratikaya (raw plantain) Bajji<br /><br />Pesara Pudina Punukulu<br /><br />Carrot Masala Vada<br /><br />Corn Masala Vada<br /><br />Sabudana Vada<br /><br />Ulli Garelu ~ Onion Vadas<br /><br />Mudda Pappu ~ Cooked tur dal<br /><br />Pappu Pulusu<br /><br />Mukkala Pulusu<br /><br />Vankaya Batani ~ Brinjal Peas<br /><br />Potato Fry<br /><br />Gutti Vankaya (Stuffed Brinjal)<br /><br />Carrot Coriander leaves Pachadi<br /><br />Daddojanam<br /><br />The post Varalakshmi vratham recipes appeared first on Indian food recipes - Food and cooking blog.
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