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Idli

18
Aug

Magh Bihu or Bhogali Bihu

1. The winter festival - Magh Bihu or Domahi of Assamese is a festival of enjoyment. It is post-harvest winter festival. It marks the gathering of harvest (Barua, 1957).
2. Magh Bihu is also known as Bhogali Bihu or the Bihu of enjoyment. A fire ceremony is closely associated with Magh Bihu, but more significant is Uruka- the Bihu eve (Goswami,1995).

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14
Jul

Iddiapam

 Iddiapam-

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14
Jul

Idli

 Idli is a very traditional breakfast item in South India made from rice and black gram (lentil)   batter and by steaming method eaten preferably with chutney / sambhar and of course children love to eat it with ketchup.

 

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12
Jul

Steamed flour (Puttu):

 Take half a cup of rice powder. Add four pinches of salt and half a cup of grated coconut.Mix in water if needed so that the flour holds its shape when you press it together, but falls apart easily. The flour is pressed gently in a mould and steamed for 3-5 minutes an idli cooker can be used.

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