Sankranti special Yellu bella or Ellu bella is a traditional recipe prepared during Sankranti festival. Makar Sankranti or Uttarayan or Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Sankranthi in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. So, this is the suggi or harvest festival for formers. On this auspicious day people offer this Ellu Bellu to theit family members and dear ones this ritual is called Ellu Birodhu.
Is a traditional, healthy and tasty South Indian sweet recipe. Further, it has got a long shelf life. It is prepared using roasted rice, moong dal, roasted peanuts, roasted chana, a little salt, and jaggery syrup. Further, it is very hard to bite as we not adding any ghee, butter, or sugar. It is one of the best snacks for children.
It is one of the traditional and popular snack in Kerala. In Malayalam Unni means small and appam means rice cake. Unni appam is a small round snack made from soaked rice, jaggery, ripe banana, roasted coconut pieces, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, ghee or oil, cardamom pods. Instead of banana we can use jackfruit too.
It is also known as Karollappam. So, if there is any ripe bananas left over at home and wondering what to do, So don’t worry just make this delicious and traditional wheat appam with leftover ripe bananas.
Puri Undai, Puffed rice laddu, Murmura Laddu is a traditional and tasty sweet recipe. It is prepared during festivals, functions etc. It is very simple and easy to prepare at home with minimal ingredients available at home. So, the ingredients used in this recipe are puffed rice, jaggery, roasted channa, white sesame seeds, coconut pieces and cardamom powder is optional.