Nuvvula Kajjikayalu

Nuvvula Kajjikayalu or karjikayalu is one of my favorite sweet. Though Andhra cuisine is popular for its spicy food, it also offers some popular traditional sweets like bhakshalu, kajjikayalu, ariselu,ย garelu, gilebi, kudumulu, laddoos, Pheni etc. Rayalaseema Nuvvula Kajjikaya is also one such traditional sweet dish that is prepared by rolling out small balls of semolina…

Pesara Poornalu | Pesara Boorelu |Whole Moong Poornalu/Boorelu

Pesara Poornalu/Boorelu – made of pesalu/whole green moong are offered as naivedyam on one of the 9 days of Dussehra. Using whole moong/pesulu or pesalu in this recipe makes it more healthier. Making pesara poornalu is very simple. I was able to get them perfect when I tried them first time myself. Equipment used: Mixer…

Carrot Halwa|Gajar ka Halwa

This is my 100th post ๐ŸŽ‡๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ. Thank you so much everyone for your support ๐Ÿ™ Carrot Halwa – This traditional carrot halwa is one of my most favorite desserts. This delicacy is very popular across India and it is served during many occasions like celebrations, parties and festivals. Carrot Halwa is popularly known as Gajar…

Nuvvula Mudda|Chimmili|Nagula Chavithi Prasadam|Sesame Sweet Laddoo

Nuvvula Mudda – aka Chimmili/Noola pindi – is a healthy and famous sweet from Andhra Pradesh. Sesame seeds/Nuvvulu are rich in Calcium, Protein and healthy fats. Nuvvula Mudda is especially prepared on the occasion of Nagula Chavithi, which falls on chathurthi/chavithi, 4th day of Sravana Maasam. Nagula Chavithi is a festival where serpents are worshiped…