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Flattened Rice Dumpling, a sweet transformation

Flattened Rice Dumpling, a sweet transformation Kamini Bhog Chirer PuliKamini bhog rice is the medium grain glutinoussundried [Atap] rice. Due to the special aroma of Kamini bhog atap, the rice flakes [chira] of this rice is highly favourful and after cooking the grains remained moist, tender and produce one very aromatic dish. Rice flakes are prepared from the kamini bhog paddy therefore is extensively used in all rituals all over Bengal, semi-urban and even urban areas throughout the year. The preparations made from it are not only easy to make but they can be made in a short notice as well. It can be fried with spices and chillies to make into a hot and tasty food item or can be taken as a nutritious drink by mixing it in milk and curd. Since it is made from paddy, it is easily digestible. In some recipes it is used to increase the aroma of the traditional Bengali curries and also the gravies are thickened with the help of it.

The process of extracting the rice flakes i…

Dodhikarma - Traditional Breakfast Cereal

Sweet Poha Polao for Saraswati Puja Dodhikarma - Yammm By , published by Prasadam: January 29, 2015Saraswati puja is never complete without the traditional helping of the special sweet mixture offering known as Dodhikarma that is offered to the Goddess in the morning on the day of immersion. The ingredients which comprises of sweet curd, popped rice, dairy sweets and ripe banana are offered while the priest performs the rituals of worship afterwords these ingredients are mixed together to prepare the delicious 'Dodhikarma', which is then offered as Prasad of the puja.

In Bengal Saraswati puja is the occasion of the youngsters or the students. It is the occasion where we are first tested of our event management skills, where we first get to communicate our ideas and express ourselves to the society. From the age of 14 till 24 and perhaps even longer for energetic social networkers, the call of the cuckkoo that marks the start of the puja day till the cold …

Rice Flakes Prasadam - Sweet Poha Polao

Sweet Poha Polao for Saraswati Puja Sweet Poha Polao for Saraswati Puja By , published by Prasadam: January 25, 2015Rice flakes sweet polao is very easy to make. This tasty bhog recipe can be made in a jiffy and leaves us relaxed on Basanta Panchami Saraswati puja day and always makes an ever lasting impression in whom you offer. If you want to spread your love among those chirping sparrows [friends of my kids] during their short visits on Saraswati puja day who are always in a hurry this on should blow them off their feet in a storm of flavours.4.5 stars based on 12 reviews | Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 20 minutes | Total time: 30 min Yield: 10 | Serving size: 1 tbsp | Calories per serving: 200Ingredients: Rice flakes 500gGreen Peas 100gTiny cubed potato fries 100gRaisin 50gSalted peanuts 50gBay leaves 4Dried red chili 4Minced ginger and green chili 2 tspGrated Khoa kheer 2 tspSugar and Salt to tasteTurmericCracked whole spices cardam…