"Traditional Sankranti Recipes: Pongali, Ariselu, Sunnundalu, Chakkara Pongali and Bellam Kudumulu"
Pongali: Pongali is a traditional sweet dish made from a mixture of rice, moong dal, jaggery, and ghee. It is usually cooked in a clay pot and is a popular dish during the Sankranti festival. To make Pongali, you need to first cook the rice and moong dal together in water until they are tender. Then, add jaggery and ghee and continue cooking until the mixture becomes thick and the jaggery is completely dissolved.
Ariselu: Ariselu is a sweet dish made from rice flour, jaggery, and ghee. It is a popular traditional dish that is often prepared for the Sankranti festival. To make Ariselu, you need to first prepare the rice flour by grinding rice. Then, mix the rice flour with jaggery and ghee, and knead into a dough. Shape the dough into small rounds and deep fry them until golden brown.
Sunnundalu: Sunnundalu is a traditional sweet made from black gram and jaggery. It is a popular dish during the Sankranti festival. To make Sunnundalu, you need to first soak and grind black gram, then mix it with jaggery and make small balls.
Chakkara pongali: Chakkara Pongali is a sweet variation of the Pongali, made with same ingredients but with more amount of jaggery.
Bellam Kudumulu: Bellam Kudumulu is a traditional sweet dish made from rice flour, jaggery and coconut. It is a popular dish during the Sankranti festival. To make Bellam Kudumulu, you need to prepare the rice flour dough, with jaggery and coconut, then shape the dough into small rounds and steam it.
these are the few traditional Sankranti recipes, you could try it in your home to have the taste of Sankranti festival.
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