Tamil nadu traditional sweet recipes

Tamil Nadu – Pongal Meals

Tamil Nadu – Pongal Meals

The food is the traditional feast with lots of items, from deep fried vada to sweet payasam / pongal
SUSIYAM TRADITIONAL TAMIL RECIPE

SUSIYAM TRADITIONAL TAMIL RECIPE

Susiyam is a traditionalTamilsweet recipe of TamilNadu South India. Traditional method taste best so I have given this version first and will try to give the other method in future

Sweets 18 - Jaya Tv Special Program

Kuska or Bagara Rice ( TamilNadu Muslim style ) This is one of the traditional food in South India. Buttermilk Curry - More Kuzhambu or Moar Kulambu is a simple and healthy recipe and popular in TamilNadu, Buttermilk is called as More
Tamil Spread

Tamil Spread

TamilNadu. Traditionally, sweets are eaten first. On special occasions, traditionalTamil dishes are prepared in almost the same way as they were centuries ago

Sweets 18 - Jaya Tv Special Program

Kuska or Bagara Rice ( TamilNadu Muslim style ) This is one of the traditional food in South India. Buttermilk Curry - More Kuzhambu or Moar Kulambu is a simple and healthy recipe and popular in TamilNadu, Buttermilk is called as More
MANGAI SWEET PACHADI

MANGAI SWEET PACHADI

A traditional and yummy Tamilnadu style mango sweet pachadi ,a must have accompaiment during mango season
Olaiappam | Sweet Idly - Pondy Breakfast

Olaiappam | Sweet Idly - Pondy Breakfast

No other city in TamilNadu follows this pattern, as far as I know. It was until Priya mentioned that the regional cuisine is a mix of Andhra, chettinadu and even Bengali with a slight French touch, I assumed most of the regional dishes had to be non-veg due to heavy French influence
Best of Sweet Christmas Recipes | Masala Herb

Best of Sweet Christmas Recipes | Masala Herb

I am not just thinking of the decadent Goan spiced sweets such as Bebinca but also of traditional European cakes and cookies, which call for spices such as Cardamom and Cinnamon
Thirattupaal/ Thickened Milk Sweet

Thirattupaal/ Thickened Milk Sweet

I never thought that this would be so easy to make till I stumbled upon Kannamma’s Blog which is full of traditionalTamilNadu recipes and thought of giving it a try