Quick fix diwali recipes

Quick fix diwali recipes

Raw banana- bajji badam halwa Carrot halwa kurunai-vadai Paal Kesari Ulundu-vadai okkarai

Festival Recipes


We celebrate lots of festival in India . I have complied this page with festival recipes ,which we follow at our home.  I am sure it will be useful to you.  Follow Jeyashri's kitchen on Facebook.

PONGAL | SANKRANTI| KAANU PONGAL RECIPES:

PAYASAM |KHEER RECIPES



  • Pal Payasam
  • Parrupu Payasam
  • Javarrisi Payasam
  • Jack Fruit Payasam - Chakka pradaman
  • Aval payasam - Poha kheer (with sugar)
  • Aval payasam with jaggery
  • Rava payasam | Sooji kheer

  • KARADAYAN NOMBU 



  • karadaiyan nombu adai

  • TAMIL VARUSHA PARUPPU RECIPES| TAMIL NEW YEAR RECIPES
    VARALAKSHMI POOJA RECIPES
    AAVANI AVITTAM RECIPES
    GOKULASHTAMI|JANMASHTAMI | KRISHNA JAYANTHI  RECIPES 
    GANESHA CHATURTHI | VINAYAGAR CHATURTHI RECIPES
    NAVARATRI RECIPES
    DIWALI SWEETS AND SAVORIES RECIPES

    39 comments:

    1. actually all these are mindblowing & mouth watering recipesssss.....

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    2. Best cooking blog i have ever seen.. today accidentally i happen to visit you blog and really felt lucky. I want to try most of the receipes but never found an easy method and really very lazy to try all these. Your illustrations and pictures are very neat and methods explained is really easy. Thank you.. Will try superb receipe at my home too. Thank you jaishree mam..

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      1. Thank you so much vidhya for your sweet words. Keep visiting for more recipes

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    3. Hi Jeyashri mam, today I prepared PANEER DOSA from your recipe index come out very tasty my husband enjoyed taste. Regards - jayalakshmi muthukumar

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      1. Thank you very much for trying out .

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    4. hi, you have very nice recipe index, i have seen boondi laddu recipe, its very easy and explained very clear. I like the way of explaining method.
      Thank you so much

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    6. Hi, This site is very useful for the beginners as well experts. When I was totally unaware of coking, accidentally looked into this site. very useful site. Thanks your help. Pls keep posting more tamil recipies.

      Thanks,
      Siva

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    7. Hi Jeyashri...commendable work on ur blog...actually I am so interested in starting my own blog due to which I go through lots of blogs and always get so inspired by everybody but never gather so much courage to take the dive myself...but ur blog has really inspired me most..give me some tips ya on hw to just start first...Anu

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    8. Hi Jayashri! I accidentally happened to visit your blog. I love cooking. I am a strict vegetarian nd your blog happens to have lot of things that I cook. There are many things that I could relate to. Many vegetarian dishes that I always wanted to prepare. Your blog motivates cooking enthusiasts with beautiful pictures and point wise recipe and alternates given. All I can say is "Awesome Work"

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    9. Hi Jeyashri! I happened to visit your site accidentally. I am strict vegetarian and make lot of recipes that are there in your blog in my own style. I tried your style and it was very tasty as well. And for few I just used your recipe blindly and they worked very well. The pictures and the point wise recipe are simply beautiful. All I can say is your blog is "Awesome".

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    10. hai jayashree mam..i love cooking but iam vexed in searching of different dishes in google..accidentaly i visit ur blog..jst awsme..i love your blog..when ever i thnk of cookng smthng new imedieately i open ur blog..nd search fr dishes..the pics of diffrnt dishes motivate me to search diffrnt recipes..even my mom started lykng my cookng..frst thng i tried s oats tikki..dats realy awsme..wen i cooked my mom really surprised..all credits goes to u..al i can say is u have done wonderful job..iam expecting non veg blog also...<3 <3 <3

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    11. hai jayashree mam..i love cooking but iam vexed in searching of different dishes in google..accidentaly i visit ur blog..jst awsme..i love your blog..when ever i thnk of cookng smthng new imedieately i open ur blog..nd search fr dishes..the pics of diffrnt dishes motivate me to search diffrnt recipes..even my mom started lykng my cookng..frst thng i tried s oats tikki..dats realy awsme..wen i cooked my mom really surprised..all credits goes to u..al i can say is u have done wonderful job..iam expecting non veg blog also...<3 <3 <3

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    12. Great job and thanks so much

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    13. Hi Jeyasri, I love ur receipies I am regular follower of ur recipies

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    14. Thanks for your recipes. I enjoyed trying and also getting great results from your recipes. I like your detailed recipes and also the tips. Can't wait to try all of them....

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    15. Thanks for your recipes. I got great results by following your detailed instructions and tips. Can't wait to try them all......

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    16. I searched recipe of Badusha (sweet) but could not find any - could you please post your recipe if not already available somewhere in your blog........... thks

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    17. Dear Jeyashri,

      Your recipe was too nice, It was coming perfect for all the nice and getting original taste. Thanks for your love work.

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    18. Hi Jeyashri,

      Your recipe was too good,

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    19. Hi Really happy to visit your blog. Please try to upload Video will be more helpful.

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    20. Hi Jeyashri,
      Waiting for you to post Karthigai deepam recipes...

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      1. I have already posted in the main page. Thanks for asking

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    21. Hi jeyashri,

      I tried most of your recipes, and came out very well. Thanks. I want to know how to make Bombay halwa which is my husband's favourite sweet. Pls post the recipe. Thanks in advance.

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      1. I have already posted during this diwali - http://www.jeyashriskitchen.com/2013/10/corn-flour-halwa-easy-diwali-sweets-recipes.html

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    22. Thanks for yr reply, i tried and came out well. Taste wise good, but he wants like gooey(when we bite should be like rubber).Incresed the cooking time also but didnt come out well.pls suggest me.

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      1. You allow it to cool down completely and then make into pieces it will come out like that rubbery karachi halwa

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      2. i hv tried many times, (as per ur suggestion), everything was good except gooey texture. I couldnt get rubbery halwa. anyother tips?

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    23. HI Mam,

      Kindly provide the receipe of Khandvi (a gujarati receipe) Thanks. Usha

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    24. Kindly provide the receipe of Khandvi (a gujarati dish)

      Thanks Usha

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    25. Hi Jey, Kindly provide the receipe of Khandvi (A gujarati dish) Regards, Usha

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    26. Your recipes are really mouthwatering. The procedure is given with pictures which is very very useful. Please post Kapparisi recipe(prepared on the naming ceremony day of new born baby)

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    27. Excellent collections of vegetarian recipes...name a dish and here it is....clear explanation of the entire procedure....one of the best cooking blogs ever seen

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    28. Hi Jeyshri,
      I tried your vengaya vatha kuzambhu was awesome.I was searching for thiruvardari kalli because it is another challenging dish. Why done you publish oil free receipies also.

      Thanks for all your receipies ...It is of great use .

      Gayathri

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    29. I love all your recipes..
      I m a big fan you nd your recipes..

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