Cranberry thokku is a piquant or spicy condiment eaten with food to add flavor & is made with cranberries. The tartness of the cranberries when paired with the sweetness of the jaggery makes it an awesome relish to savor on cold winter days.
Sweet and Spicy Modak are made to celebrate the elephant God Ganesha, in Hindu mythology as food made with rice, jaggery and coconut is considered to his favorite food.Hence these modaks are included among the festive food of India, during the festive season.
Krishna Janmashtami, also known simply as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami, is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna. He is considered to be the eighth avatar of Vishnu. Sri Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Shravana. This year it falls on Saturday,August 24th, 2019.
Tamarind Poha : A sweet and tangy simple breakfast dish made in the coastal regions of South India, specially in the temple town of Udupi in the state of Karnataka. Sri Krishna, the ruling deity of the temple town is believed to be fond of everything Poha/flattened rice. An easy kid friendly evening snack, a family favorite dish that can be made with many vegetables specially potatoes.It is gluten free and a great choice when it comes to menu planning for weight loss .
“Kanda Poha” or Bombay Poha as its fondly called is a light morning breakfast and an evening snack, one can have with a hot cup of steaming coffee. “Poha” means beaten /flattened rice, while” kanda” means Onions in Marati, a language spoken by the western regions of India, in the state of Maharastra where the city of Bombay or Mumbai is situated.This recipe made with Poha is a very famous dish of the Maharastrian cuisine.
Aval Pidi Kolakattai /Poha /Beaten Rice Dumplings: Delicious steamed dumplings made of Poha/Flattened Rice, specially on Krishna Janmashtami/celebrating the birth of the Hindu God Sri Krishna.It is an offering made to the deity during worship. It is believed to be his favorite food.