Sweet / Dessert

GANESH CHATURTHI RECIPES / VINAYAKA CHATURTHI RECIPES

ganesh chaturthi speacial recipes
Ganesha Chaturthi is one of the most important Hindu festival in India. It is the day on which Lord Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati was born . This day is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithi in many parts of the country. This year it falls on AUgust 25th ie Friday.To make things easier i thought of sharing all ” Ganesha Chaturthi Naivedyam Recipes ” that i have posted till now under one page for easy reference…. Have a look….Click the name of the dish to view the recipe with step by step pic….

  • KARJIKAI / SWEET SOMAS / KARANJI – For recipe click here
  • NEI APPAM / SWEET APPE – For recipe click here
  • PURAN POLI / HOLIGE – For recipe click here
  • MANI KOZHUKATTAI – SWEET N SAVORY – For recipe click here
  • KAYI KADUBU – For recipe click here
  • GUDANNA / JAGGERY RICE – For recipe click here
  • HAYAGREEVA MADDI – For recipe click here
  • MOONG DAL LADDU – For recipe click here
  • BESAN LADDU – For recipe click here

besan laddu

 

  • TIL LADDU – For recipe click here
  • BANANA RASAYANA – For recipe click here
  • GASGASE / KHUS KHUS PAYASA – For recipe click here
  • SABUDANA KHEER – For recipe click here
  • MOONG DAL PAYASAM – For recipe click here

SAVORY

  • NUCHINA UNDE – For recipe click here

  • CHANNA SUNDAL – For recipe click here
  • KOTTE KADUBU –For recipe click here

kotte kadubu

  • UDDINA KADUBU – For recipe click here
  • PUNDI GATTI – For recipe click here
  • CUCUMBER IDLI – SWEET N SAVORY – For recipe click here
  • MALLIGE IDLI – For recipe click here
  • MATODI PALYA – For recipe click here
  • AMBODE / MASALA VADA – For recipe click here
  • RAVA CHAKLI – For recipe click here
  • RICE CHAKLI – For recipe click here
  • MOONG CHAKLI : For recipe click here

Muchore

  • HOLIGE SARU – For recipe click here

Wishing all you a very Happy Ganesh Chaturthi in advance…. Happy celebrations and Happy cooking…


















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    Deepa
    September 11, 2016 at 5:44 am

    Hi Smitha, your blog is extremely helpful to people like me who have been eating all festival foods at their Amma’s house without bothering to find out the secrets behind it. For the first time this year, I was motivated to try these specialties on my own, thanks to your wonderful recipes. Please do continue to share authentic old recipes that are fast disappearing.

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