“Paal Kozhukattai” is a sweet made out of milk, as the name suggests and it is called ” Modak” in Hindi. It is prepared on special occasions at home during festival days mainly in Chettinad areas. It takes some time to prepare this sweet but it is worth all the trouble and time we spend in [...]
Adhirasam is a typical, traditional Tamilnadu sweet item that is usually made during festivals. It is popular mainly in the Southern districts of Tamilnadu and also in the Chettinad area.
Murukku (or Muruku) is a crispy type of fried snack that originated in Tamil Nadu, and spread to the rest of the Indian subcontinent. It is almost always prepared when Tamilians get together for religious or other events.
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.
Paniyaram is a quick-to-make snack eaten during tea time and at special occasions. It is easy to make in a few minutes when unexpected guests or hungry kids need to be served.