FESTIVAL RECIPES 38 results

Bharatiya culture celebrates various festivals in various seasons of the year. The festival recipes have been designed by our ancestors based on the ingredients that are available in that particular season and hence well suited for good health.

Sri Sathya Sai Baba says …” Man must prefer Saathwick to Raajasik foods. By drinking intoxicating stuff, one loses control over the emotions and passions, the impulses and instincts, the speech and movements and once even descends to the level of beasts . By eating meat one develops violent tendencies and animal diseases. The mind becomes difficult to control when one indulges in raajasik food. it can never be remolded if thamaasik food is consumed with relish. To dwell in Rama principle, one has to be vigilant about food and drink consumes by both body and mind. -( discourse at Prasanthi nilayam April 1965)

  • SWEET POTATO GOLDEN FRY WITH CURRY LEAVES

    Sweet potato is one of the highly nutritious underground vegetable. This recipe is very simple and delicious dry side dish variety .It can also be served as a snack during the evening time. The sweet potato is offered as a naivedhyam during Shivaratri. Let us see how to make this delicious recipe...
  • CHRISTMAS COOKIES

    A cookie is a baked or cooked food that is small, flat and sweet. It usually contains flour, sugar and some type of oil or fat. It may include other ingredients such as raisins, oats, chocolate chips, nuts, etc. Ingredients required Utensils needed. Mix the brown sugar,white sugar ...
  • SWEET SEEYAM/ SUZIYAM

    Sweet Seeyam is a unique dish which has sweet stuffing made of jaggery, grated coconut and Bengal gram dal mix in the centre and is coated with rice and urad dal batter on the outside. This sweet is mostly made for Deepavali. We have given below a very easy stepwise recipe that will be a success ...
  • ALMOND-PISTA BURFI

    Almond-Pista burfi is a very healthy, easy and tasty sweet prepared for festivals like Deepavali. We have given a very detailed step wise procedure with photos to help you get it right the first time. Our recipe below uses very less sugar compared to the regular recipes who use double the sugar . ...
  • PEANUT-SESAME LADDOO

    Peanut-Sesame laddoo is very tasty, highly nutritious and very easy to make. It is prepared with roasted peanuts, roasted sesame seeds and jaggery. We can make this laddoo in 5 minutes of time, if all things are ready . In this navarathri, let us make this easy and delicious laddoo  for neivad...
  • AKKAARAVADISAL (SWEET MILK PONGAL)

    Akkaaravadisal / Akkaara adisal / Sweet milk pongal is a traditional sweet recipe in Srirangam. This dish is similar to sakkarai pongal but prepared with rice, jaggery and milk. It is also served as a prasadam in Srirangam temple on Panguni Uthiram day. Let us see how to make this delicious ...
  • RAGI ROTI RECIPE

    Ragi or Finger millet is a magic millet, which is well known for its nutritional value and health benefits. Ragi roti is one the tastiest and extremely popular breakfast recipe from Karnataka cuisine. This roti is prepared using very simple ingredients which are easily available in our kitchen. ...
  • SWEET SEEDAI

    Sweet Seedai is crispy and crunchy made with rice flour and jaggery. Its a traditional sweet made for Krishna Janmashtami. It tastes good with rice flour made at home as explained in the steps below. Soak rice . Spread the wet rice on a cloth and dry Add the dried rice to a blender and ...
  • EGG LESS CARAMEL BREAD PUDDING

    Bread pudding coated with caramel sauce is a very simple and delicious dessert.Let us see how to make this interesting pudding recipe.  Ingredients Caramelize sugar Caramelized sugar Cut the edges of bread Add the bread pieces to the blender Powdered bread ...
  • BISCUIT CAKE

    With His unconditional love, Swami established the Anantapur campus of SSSSIHL exactly 50 years before in 1968. As we receive His unconditional love, He always ensured that we learn to express the same to all, with practical lessons. 80kms away from Prasanthi at Anantapur, in our campus, in His ...