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Interesting Janmashtami Recipes


Can any Indian festivity be complete without the customary sweets and savouries? Our festivals reflect the diverse culture and heritage of the country and the food prepared on these days are truly fit for the Gods. Every celebration has its share of tasty and flavoursome delights that are made with a lot of love and care. From Singhare Ki Puri to Mathura Ka Peda and Aval Payasam, here are some of Lord Krishna's favourite food items.  

This Clibook showcases some of the most delectable treats apt for any celebrations.  Make these on Janmashtami day and delight family and friends.  These recipes are timeless and can be tried anytime.       


Singhare Ki Puri

On the auspicious day of Janmashtami, try making this mouth-watering recipe of 'Singhare Ki Poori' and relish the great taste it offers. For all those who are keen to observe fast, can easily make this at home.

Butter Murukku

This is a very easy and simple murukku recipe. The good thing about this murukku is that you can use store bought ordinary rice flour. You do not have to prepare rice especially by soaking it, drying and then grinding it. Butter Murukku is a tradi...

Rava Ladoo

Rava ladoo can be prepared within ten minutes. The main ingredients that go into this recipe are rava and ghee. This recipe is one of the simplest and best sweet recipes for Krishna Janmashtami, as this sweet dish is also a favourite food for Lord...

Aval Payasam

Aval Payasam is extremely easy to prepare and hardly take any time to be ready to serve. And best of all, it used ingredients that can be found at any given time in most Indian pantries. Aval Payasam is a traditional kheer or pudding made of flatt...


Thattai Recipe is a delicious and easy to make crispy South Indian Savory Crackers. They are an irresistible south Indian savory snack that is an integral part of most south Indian festivals especially Janmashtami.

Pal Payasam

Paal Payasam is one of the most important offerings to Lord Krishna for Krishna Jayanthi. This recipe of the pal payasam or the kheer is very simple to prepare in just a few steps, making it easy for smaller families or for working women who have ...

Sweet Appam

Sweet Appam is a traditional Festive recipe, prepared on special occasions. Appam is quite common as a snack or accompaniment in South India. Since made with jaggery, it's got a subdued sweet taste with very soft inside and crunchy outside.

Kai Murukku

Kai Murukku is one of the most loved anytime savory. This tastes spicy, crispy and very easy to do snack. Kai Murukku is popular South Indian murukku variety easily available in all the sweets shops, it's crunchy yet soft a perfect tea time snack.

Coconut Burfi

Coconut Burfi is a classic and traditional recipe of an Indian sweet that is prepared during festivals and special occasions. Coconut and festivities go hand in hand because the sweets made from them are auspicious and are used as offerings at sac...

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