If you want to celebrate janmashtami 2020 with the traditional panchamrit or charnamrit, then today's video is only for you. Pooja rituals in Hindu culture demands for some delicious panchamrit or charnamrit and Janmashtami is one such special occasion which is absolutely incomplete without a bowl of this sweet delicacy.
So do try this panchamrit / charnamrit recipe on the upcoming occasion of janmashtami and don't forget to share your feedback in the comment section below.
By - @myplatter_tales
Festive vibes all around,but due to the current scenario the celebrations have been dull this year!
But then,no matter what we shouldn't stop praying to the Almighty 🙏to bless us with more strength and to lessen the negativity going around world...
Throwback to this Bhog Platter I had made on Rath Yatra...🙏❤️
KHAJJA and PODAPITHA..!
It's been a long time,our hearts have been longing to have a Darshan of our Lord!🙏No idea when we will be able to visit his temple....till then ,I tried preparing Lord's favourite dishes at our home...
Lord Jagganath is also worshipped as Purushottama form of Vishnu, Gaudiya Vaishnavs have identified him strongly with Krishna!🙏🌸
The Grand kitchen in Shree Jaganath temple follows the Chappan Bhog concept,the way of cooking,the story behind every platter and dish is totally unique!!
Khajja is a deep fried sweet ,which holds it origin from the East..!It was difficult to bring out those swirls on the sweet..but then use proper Ghee(I used Dalda here) while shaping these out of the dough...it is popularly sold in huge amounts at Ananda Bazar in the Jagganath temple premises..
And then comes Podapitha which not only holds an importance on the occasion of Raja but it one of the dishes which is served in the platter to Lord...
Tomorrow is Janmashtami / Krishna Jayanthi, the birthday of Lord Krishna. Poha (Flattened Rice) is used commonly in sweets and savouries that are prepared as offerings. This year I made these Poha Ladoos, which are very easy and delicious as well. 😊
Happy Thadri or Sitala satam to all... In Sindhi is called “Thadri” and we gujju brahmins call “Sitala satam” Shitala literally means "one who cools" in Sanskrit. The worship of Shitala is conducted by both Brahmins and pujaris. She is primarily worshiped in the dry seasons of winter and spring on the day which is known as Sheetala Satam.
In Sindhi’s too Nandhi and Vaddi Thadri Both of these take place in the month of Sawan. On the day before Thadree day, people cook lola (sweet flour cakes) and rote (fried cakes) because there has to be no lighting of fire in the house on the Thadree day. The lolas and Rotes are eaten with curd or pickle. On that day drops of water are also sprinkled on the cooking fire to appease Sitladevi Mata.
So, all we eat on this day is thanda khana means food which is prepared yesterday. Not only that thanda means we can eat chaats, panipuri, bhelpuri and icecreams, shakes anything is ok 🤪🤪🤪🤪 In short ek din kitchen ki chutti...
The food is my thali is Sindhi lola, Daal paati, Karela and bhindi fry, Fried sindhi papad, Dahi wadas and all this food is prepared by my aunt @sapnahassija thank you di for sending this prasad. I also, prepared theplas, some cucumber cheese sandwiches, panipuri. Festival done right...
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It's the festive time of the year..
Thadri is a sindhi festival. This festival is celebrated a week after Rakshabandhan. According to Sindhi Rituals, thadri is celebrated to please Mata Sitladevi, our diety who cures small pox & chicken pox. Food is cooked a night before/prior the festival Thadri, gas or stove is not used on the day of Thadri.
Also called as shitala satam / sheetala saptami
In the picture -
On the side - Chana barfi ; satte - fried and sweet cookies ; Dahi wada and handwa
Thali - sindhi Lola ( sweet roti ) ; stuffed masala karela, plain paratha, methi paratha, green chutney and vadhvani mirchi pickle..
This is our entire day food / menu and was prepared yesterday...
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS WONDERFUL POST 💜 @thefooditarians
The festive season has just begun, and the festivities are incomplete without a box of sweets, and basically they are more like a party in your mouth.
So to satiate our sweet tooth this festive season we ordered the traditional Turkish Bakhlava from @purplepixie_confectionery
It was perfectly flaky, crisp and tender inside and tasted as good as it looks.😋
✨ Bakhlava is a rich, sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and help together with syrup, frosting or honey.
✨ Traditional Turkish Bakhlava, is also known as 'Fistikli bakhlava' or pistachio bakhlava.
✨ There are many variations of this beautiful dessert from the Middle East.
Pencil & paper back to school snack! 📝
I searched Pinterest and this looked like the easiest to make and it definitely was! All you need is icing, rice crispy treats and sugar wafers!
✏️🍎The kids were thrilled🙌🏻