Wednesday, August 30, 2006

More on Vinayaka Chathurthi

I have been extremely busy both at work and at home. So this post is only going to be pictures. Some of you have asked me what I made on Vinayaka Chathurthi day. I made pulihora, daddojanam, undralla payasam and biyyam (rice) undrallu.

The undrallu payasam is a pretty eloborate payasam and preperation for it starts a couple - three days before the payasam is actually made. I will try and do a write up as soon as I can.

Since Ganesha is at home, I have been making naivedyam for him everyday! On Monday, I made sesame and jaggery laddoos, Tuesday it was sweet potato halwa (I lost the picture of the halwa) and it was semiya payasam this morning!

food on Vinayaka Chathurthi - daddojanam, undralla payasam, biyyam undrallu and lemon rice (top to bottom)

making the undrallu for the undralla payasam

the undrallu all ready to be made into payasam

3 minute sesame seed and jaggery balls

10 min semiya payasam

11 comments:

Chandrika said...

Wow! What an array of delicacies!! They look so appetising! Undralla Payasam is a pretty new thing to me and I am dying to know the recipe...Will be looking forward to your post...

Shankari said...

post your recipes pls, especially the jaggery & sesame laddus, nice pictures.

wheresmymind said...

I love the picture of you holding the food in your hand :)

KrishnaArjuna said...

Everything looks delicious Sam! Will wait for the recipes..

Prema Sundar said...

Nice pictures.. will wait for the recipes.

Krithika said...

Wow ! so many items ! Thank you so much for sharing these pictures.

Menu Today said...

Hi CM,
Please post the recipe of "Undralla Payasam" Nice pictures.

Linda said...

Everything looks lovely! Looking forward to seeing the recipes when you post :)

Foodie's Hope said...

Beautiful Banana leaf platter you have!! Where do you get all these??!! India ? Nice dishes too, Thanks...

Revathi said...

Wow you have too much patience

Anuradha Khanna Pentapalli said...

they look so yummy