This dessert is prepared mainly with green gram dhal with either sugar or jaggery. The main ingredient being green gram dhal, it is not only delicious,but also highly nutritious as a good source of protein. Cooking Time: 30 minutes Servings: 4 Ingredients: 1. Green Gram dhal: 1 cup or 150 grams 2. Raw Rice: 1/3 [...]
Sesame seeds known as “til” in Hindi and “ell” in Tamil are used for making some dishes like such as ell urundai (literally, Sesame-seed Balls). Oil from sesame seeds also known as gingelly oil is used extensively in Tamilnadu cuisine.
Burfi or Barfi is a sweet preparation made using many different types of ingredients, mostly in India and Pakistan. Coconut Barfis are especially common in South India.
Laddu is a sweet delicacy prepared not only in Tamilnadu but all over India and South Asia, for festivals and special occasions.
Payasam is usually the last item served in a traditional South Indian meal, as dessert. Semiya payasam is also known as kheer in North India.
Halva or Halwa is a type of sweet preparation that is found across cultures from India to the Middle East and North Africa. In India, carrots are used commonly to make carrot halwa (gajer ka halwa)