January is just not for New year celebrations but for some traditional Indian celebrations too. Festivals like Lohri, Pongal, and Makar Sankranti also fall in January and apart from rich traditions, these festivals offer some traditional food too.
Festivals in India are not just connected with traditions and rituals but so much family time, happy moments, dance, and great food. Each festival in India offers so many mouth-watering and lip-smacking sweets and meals. Special dishes are prepared and also offered to the respective Gods. All seasons play a crucial role in the celebrations of different festivals.
Since Lohri and Makar Sankranti are around the corner, let us share some recipes that have got lost and forgotten. These recipes are shared by entrepreneur and chef Anirudh Sethi. Founder of ‘The Mad Fat Chef Hospitality, chef Anirudh Sethi has an experience of over 20 years of being a chef and has judged the aspiring MasterChefs in the initial rounds of two MasterChef India seasons. Currently working on lost and forgotten recipes, he shared a recipe of ‘Rooh wale chawal’ and ‘Til gud ke ladoo’. So, without waiting any further, let’s dig in.
Rooh wale chawal
Till gud ke laddu
Give these amazing recipes a try and have a Happy Lohri and Makar Sankranti!