Sunday, March 30, 2014

Ugadi Recipes 2014| Ugadi Festival Menu

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Ugadi is being celebrated on the 31st of March this year. Ugadi  is considered as the start of a new year and among the few key festivals that we celebrate every year. While the preparation of 'Ugadi Pacchadi', a mix of jaggery, salt, chopped raw mango, tamarind juice, chilli and neem flower, essentially 6 key flavours is a must, we also prepare an elaborate menu on this day. The preparations for that have already started, so I thought I will highlight a few options for Ugadi Menu spread across various categories.



Check here to find out how to make Ugadi  Pacchadi for Ugadi.
Traditional Sweet Varieties:
  1. Hoornada Holige/Obbattu
  2. Halu Holige | Paal Poori | Paala Obabttu 
  3. Boorelu | Sukkinunde | Suzhiyan
  4. Karida Kadubu | Kari Kudumulu | Fried Sweet Dal Dumplings
  5. Garugu Hollige/ Hollige with rice flour-coconut filling
 Sundal & Stir fry varieties:
  1. Chana Dal Sundal
  2. Lobia Sundal/Alasandula Guggillu
  3. Kabuli Chana Sundal
  4. Kala Chana Sundal/Black Chickpeas Sundal
  5. Peanut sundal
  6. Sweet corn Sundal 
  7. Mixed Bean Sundal 
  8. Kosambari | Moong dal Salad 
  9. Beans Stir fry
  10. Beans-carrot Palya
  11. Raw Banana Stir fry
Vada/Snack varieties:
  1. Alasandula(Lobia) Vada/Fritters
  2. Masala Vada/Chana dal Vada
  3. Medu Vada
  4. Mixed Dal Ambode(Vada)
  5. Mosaru Ambode/Dahi Dal Vada
  6. Dahi Vada/Perugu Vada/Mosaru Vade
  1. Korra biyyam Payasam | Foxtail Millet Kheer 
  2. Moong Dal Kheer / Pesara Pappu Payasam
  3. Paal Payasam / Rice Milk Pudding
  4. Rava Payasam | Sooji Kheer 
  5. Sabudana Kheer | Sago Payasam
  6. Semiya Kheer  
  7. Rice Chana Dal Kheer
  8. Poppy Seed  Payasam
  9. Chana Dal Payasam
 Rice Varieties:
  1. Chintapandu Pulihora- Andhra Style
  2. Dabbakaya Pulihora/Indian Grapefruit Rice
  3. Lemon Rice/Chitrannam
  4. Mamidikaya Pulihora/Maavinkay Chitranna
  5. Methi Peas Bath | Menthya Batani Anna
  6. Pulihora/Puliyogre
  7. Raw Mango Rice/Mamidikayi Gojju Annam
  8. Vangi Bath
  9. Aava Pulihora  
  10. Cranberry Puliyogre
  11. Usirikaya Pulihora   
  12. Semiya Pulihora  
  13. Lemon Shavige
  14. Rava Pulihora 
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7 comments:

Hamsa said...

Very nice site

Priti S said...

Wonderful collection ..hope you are having great celebration time

SES qatar said...

Nice yummy veg recipes happy ugadi all who visit this site

Priya Suresh said...

Stunning collections of festive foods.. Happy Ugadi wishes.

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Indrani Chakrabarti said...

I really enjoyed making these recipes on Ugadi . everything turned out great . I loved holige and the steamed toor dal dumpling in yogurt gravy . I am a Bengali married to a kannadiga and this site helped me a lot to know about my husbands cuisine . Thanks a lot !

Indrani Chakrabarti said...

This is a very good blog . It helped me design a special ugaadi menu for my kannadiga husband . Everything turned out very tasty . I specially loved the holige and steamed toor dal dumplings cooked in yogurt gravy . Thanks .

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