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Recipe# 32885
20 Aug 13

 
Almond Payasam by Tarla Dalal
Any dish made using almonds is unfailingly rich, quite befitting royalty! keep the spices such as cardamom to a minimum in this recipe, so as to highlight the creamy, soothing texture and flavour of almonds. Authentic ‘badam kheer’ made the south indian way omits cardamoms and nutmeg and uses a pinc ....
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Recipe# 32897
20 Aug 13

 
Banana Pongal, Sweet South Indian Banana Porridge by Tarla Dalal
Here is a traditional South Indian treat, which is prepared during most religious functions, especially during the harvest festival of Sankrant . Of a consistency similar to khichdi, the Sw ....
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Recipe# 32886
20 Aug 13

 
Carrot and Cashew Payassam 
by Tarla Dalal
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Perhaps the healthiest of payasam recipes, this is an interesting way to give your family a vitamin a rich health boost!
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Recipe# 32888
20 Aug 13

 
Chakra Pongal, Sweet Pongal 
by Tarla Dalal
This is a sweet dish that is made during most festivals in South India. During Sankrant , it is especially significant as it is made with freshly harvested rice. Remember to top it with oodles of ghee as it is the ghee that charact ....
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Recipe# 1658
04 Nov 15

 
Churna by Tarla Dalal
Coconut and jaggery, perked up with cardamom, is an all-time favourite in Konkan cuisine, especially as an accompaniment for Neer Dosa. Not only that, this popular combination known by different names like Churna, Pooran, Poornam, and so on, is popular all over south India and the western coas ....
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Recipe# 2044
16 May 11

 
Kaju Mysore Pak by Tarla Dalal
Delicate honeycombs of cashewnuts, a true delicacy that simply melts in the mouth. Making this requires your full attention.
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Recipe# 2431
22 Feb 00

 
Kopra Pak No.1 by Tarla Dalal
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A traditional coconut meat sweet.
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Recipe# 2432
22 Feb 00

 
Kopra Pak No.2 by Tarla Dalal
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A simpler version of this traditional sweet.
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Recipe# 40599
20 Jan 16

 
Moong Dal Payasam, Pasi Paruppu Payasam by Tarla Dalal
South Indian festival menus are just not complete without Moong Dal Payasam. Considered as one of the most auspicious offerings to God, it is made during most pujas, and is served as the first item on the plantain leaf during a traditional meal. Moong ....
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Recipe# 2043
16 May 11

 
Mysore Pak by Tarla Dalal
This delicious fudge from South India has a granular texture. Do not be alarmed by the amount of ghee mentioned in the recipe as most of it is drained out at the end of the cooking process.
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Recipe# 32884
20 Aug 13

 
Paal Payasam by Tarla Dalal
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Paal payasam is the first item that one would jot down on the menu for a festive occasion! ideally, the milk should be cooked on a slow flame for a long time till it thickens and gains a rich flavour and colour. Alternatively, you can even use condensed milk to prepare this faster.
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Recipe# 32883
19 Jan 16

 
Semiyan Payasam, Seviya Kheer, Vermicelli Kheer by Tarla Dalal
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Roasted vermicelli, cooked in a pot of sweetened milk, laced with cardamom and garnished with dry fruits is a delightful addition to any menu, especially a traditional South Indian meal. It is funny to hear some elders still referring to the Semiya Pay ....
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Recipe# 40176
18 Jan 16

 
Sweet Idli, How To Make Sweet Idli 
by Tarla Dalal
Here’s an innovative twist to one of South India’s most traditional recipes! In this unique Sweet Idli recipe, the idli batter is layered with a pooran of moong dal, coconut and jaggery flavoured mildly with cardamom powder. Once steamed, this gives rise to soft, fluffy idlis with a pleasantly ....
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Recipe# 32887
20 Aug 13

 
Unni Appam by Tarla Dalal
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If you are familiar with south indian cooking, you are sure to have encountered the traditional appam, the irresistibly sweet, deep-fried, brown-coloured balls fragrant with molten jaggery! while it is traditionally made using ground wheat or a combination of wheat and rice, here is a slightly modif ....
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