Bellam Paramannam | Andhra Rice and Jaggery Kheer

Bellam Paramannam is a traditional kheer made in Andhra Pradesh with rice, jaggery, and milk.

This rice and jaggery payasam is a must during weddings and all important festivals.

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Chak-hao Amubi Kheer | Manipuri Black Rice Kheer

Chak-Hao Amubi Kheer | Manipuri Black Rice Kheer | Forbidden Rice Pudding

Chak-Hao Amubi Kheer is the Manipuri Black Rice Kheer.

It is nutty, creamy, and absolutely delicious. The lovely purple colour sure adds to the charm. 🙂

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Bengali Orange Kheer or Kheer Komola

Kheer Komola | Kamlalebu Kheer | Bengali Orange Kheer

Kheer Komola is a wonderful payasam made with juice oranges.

It is a super simple dessert recipe that essentially needs just milk, sugar, and oranges.

I loved the flavour of this Kheer Komola and it is going to become a staple in my home.

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Andhra Minapa Sunni Undalu | Udad Dal Laddus in a plate

Minapa Sunni Undalu | Sunnundalu | Andhra Udad Dal Laddu

Minapa Sunni Undalu (also called Sunnundalu) are laddus made with roasted udad dal, jaggery, and ghee.

This traditional recipe from Andhra Pradesh yields 20 small laddus and is very very easy to make.

Do try it these delicious Minapa Sunnundalu this Diwali! You can make about 20 laddus in less than 45 minutes.

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Paradi Payasa: Tiny boiled rice batter morsels cooked in coconut milk and jaggery.

Paradi Payasa | Jaradi Payasa from Karnataka (Vegan Recipe)

Paradi Payasa | Jaradi Payasa is a traditional kheer from the South Canara district of Karnataka.

Popularly made in Udupi and Mangalore, this payasam consists of tiny cooked morsels of rice flour batter in coconut milk and jaggery.

Quite reminiscent of Ada Pradhaman from neigbouring Kerala. 🙂

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Suji Kakara Pitha: Deep-fried semolina balls with coconut stuffing

Suji Kakara Pitha from Odisha

While I have always known that Odisha was famous for its sweets like its neighbour Bengal, the range of the sweets has come as a revelation after I started blogging. This week, I got the chance to try another traditional Odisha sweet called Suji Kakara Pitha, thanks to the Recipe

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