Thursday, January 13, 2011

Happy Pongal / Pongal Festival Special Recipes..!

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Pongal  O  Pongal…!!!

Dear   Friends,

Wishing  you  all  a  very  Happy  Pongal..!!!

Pongal is the most auspicious festival among Indians worldwide.!
This festival comes on Tamil calendar’s first day of auspicious      " Thai  “ month.  
The word  “ Pongal “   means   “ boiling  over  or  spill  over ”... which refers to rice cooked in milk and jaggery...!

In this special day, We use to  arise early morning ,  take head bath, wear new clothes, draw rangoli in front of the house and light domestic pooja lamps...!






We will worship  Sun  God  by offering  Chakrai /  Sweet  Pongal,   Ven  Pongal,   Sugarcane,   Turmeric sprigs,    Payasam   &  Vada .   We will get blessings from elders in family & exchange sweets, swings and community meals along with friends and neighbours. 




Wishing You & Your Family a  VERY   HAPPY   &   PROSPEROUS   PONGAL..!!!

Wishing this Pongal Festival brings Good Luck,  Best  of  Health,  Wealth  &  Prosperity…!!!

Hope this joyous occasion fills your days ahead with  Happiness…!!!


Pongal  Festival   Special   Recipes:
  
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Thanks..!


Happy  Pongal..!!!
Jay

40 comments:

  1. wow...thats a great collection of yummy and mouth watering dishes....

    Pongal wishes to you and your family

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  2. Happy Pongal! Delicious collection of dishes.

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  3. Happy Pongal my friend.
    Delicious dishes.
    Bravo!!
    See soon.

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  4. Yummy treat! Happy Pongal dear.

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  5. Iniya pongal vazhthukkal!

    www.elaichii.blogspot.com

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  6. Happy Pongal.Slurp!!!!Irresistible collection of dishes.

    http://www.easycookingforamateurs.com/

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  7. Your Pongal recipes are really an feast to the eyes.

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  8. Happy Pongal..mouthwatering dishes,yummy

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  9. Mouthwatering dishes,wishing you a Very Happy Pongal.

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  10. HAPPY PONGAL!!

    Thank you for giving all the recipes in one page. :-)

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  11. Happy pongal to you and your family. delicious dishes.

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  12. Thithikkum karumbai pol,
    Ungal vaazhvu inikkattum indha pongal thirunaalil......
    VAriety of dishes makes me drooling Jay

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  13. WOW!! Lots of yummy dishes to try..Happy Pongal, Jay..

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  14. Wish you & yours a very happy pongal,Jay.The array of dishes is stunning & I could not stop myself from ,craving for some:)

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  15. awesome recipes...looks so yummy

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  16. What a wonderful holiday menu.

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  17. Dear Jay
    Happy Pongol to you.
    I a, sure you are making all these dishes today..I wish I were their in your neighborhood
    Have nice day

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  18. happy pongal delicious ideas

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  19. Happy Pongal dear! Awesome collection of dishes..

    US Masala

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  20. OMG!!! I'm speechless now...

    What a feast...Pongal Vazhthukal dear!!! :D

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  21. இனிய பொங்கல் நல்வாழ்த்துகள்....

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  22. Happy Pongal, Jay. Yummy collection of recipes..

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  23. what a feast to the taste and eyes both!!!

    Happy Pongal!!!

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  24. Wish u a very Happy Pongal. Am just drooling...

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  25. Happy Pongal Jay...I am enjoying a virtual visual treat in front of me..Too good..

    Gayu
    http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com

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  26. Happy pongal wishes to u and ur family.

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  27. Thanks for sharing an interesting post would like to have an regular visit.kaustubh Restaurant, a super specialty South Indian restaurant in Saket, on the third floor. Kaustubh is a chain of South Indian QSR (Quick Service Restaurants), which have now opened their branches in NCR region - one in Saket and another one in Noida. South Indian food there was a different experience altogether. It was wonderful to see so many varieties and proper main course offerings. As a part of menu offerings, the restaurant offers a wider range from all the four states of Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. This is something hard to find in NCR since most of the South India restaurants either offer just the 'dosa-idli-vada' thing or include North Indian offerings in their menu as well.

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  28. Wow what a collection Jay! Yummy, lip smacking, delicious....... !
    Happy Pongal to you and family!

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  29. delicious recipes, happy pongal Jay

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  30. Thank you so much for the information and background about Pongal. I hope you and your family have a wonderful day and enjoy the festival. The recipes you've featured really looks wonderful. Blessings...Mary

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  31. Wish you the same dear...Loved the spread....

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  32. Happy Pongal to you and ur family Jay :)

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  33. Happy Pongal Jai...That's a lovely collection of food pictures.

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  34. Happy pongal to you and your family!

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  35. Happy Pongal to U and your family...what a delicious and informative post...Wonderful space ans yummy recipes...I am glad that I stumbled upon your space...will be a regular here..keep up the good work.
    Reva.

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  36. Delicious Sweets And Happy Pongal Dear :)

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  37. happy pongal and you have a beautiful collection of pongal recipes dear...

    Event: Dish Name Starts with E
    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

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  38. I hope you had a lovely Pongal!

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  39. Happy festival.
    How did this recipe got the festival name?

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  40. this is my favorite sweet and so beautifully presented.
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