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Millets Puli Upma / Millets Pindi Upma

Millet Pindi Upma

Millets Puli Upma’ is a slight variation of traditional ‘Puli Upma / Pindi Upma’, one of the tastiest upma dishes prepared in South Indian Households. Puli in Tamil means Tamarind. As the name suggests, this delicacy tastes sour with the right balance of spiciness in it. Piping hot ‘Millets Puli Upma’ complements the snowy, cold winters or the windy rainy days perfectly.

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Kai Murukku

Making ‘Kai Murukkuone of the most popular savouries of Tamil Nadu, is an art. Perfectly shaped Kai Murukku with delicious taste and crunchiness comes with much practice. ‘Kai’ means ‘hand’ in Tamil. It is shaped into a circular pattern with fingers and not by using any moulds like other murukku varieties.

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Urad Dhal Laddu / Minapa Sunnundalu

One of the traditional sweets in South India, nutrient-rich Urad dhal laddu helps you have healthy indulgent during festivals. It is also known as ‘Ulutham laadu’ in Tamil Nadu and ‘Minapa Sunnundalu’ in Andhra.

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Boondi Laddu

One of the popular traditional sweets of India, ‘Boondi Laddu’ is prepared during festivals like Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navarathri and other special occasions. Also, a quintessential sweet in South Indian weddings as ‘Seer Bhakshanam’.

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