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August 21, 2011

Sri Krishnashtami Naivedhyam 2011


Kobbari Atukulu

Rice Flour Chakli

Roasted Phool Makhana

Aloo Sev

Kara Sev

Namak Pare

Palli Unda

Rava Condensed Milk Laddu

Bellam Sunnundalu

Venna Murukulu

Sweet Poha

Atukula Pulohora

Rava Coconut Laddu

Besan Peda

Potato Murukku

Sesame Seeds Laddu

Kobbari Undalu

Sesame Chikki

Pachadara Sunni

Kobbari Chegodilu

Omapodi

Peanut Ladoo

Poha Laddu

Poha Kheer

Palakayalu

Venna Undalu

Mysore Pak

Chana Dal Payasam

Rava Payasam

Milk Rava Kesari

Kobbari Louse

Panchamrutham

Ridge Gourd Fritters

Spicy Puffed Rice

Rava Kesari

Boondi Laddu

Lemon Sevai

Besan Laddu

Pesara Poornalu

Aratipandu Appalu
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29 comments:

  1. happy krishnastami...
    Arranged nicely...

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  2. Happy Krishnashtami..chala chala baundhi meeru chesina neivedhyam..

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  3. Platter looks so wonderful... Happy Gokulastami.

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  4. wow awesome platter with yummy food and crunchy snacks....beautiful pic....

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  5. Shubh Krishna Jayanti. beautiful spread.

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  6. tasty recipes.. nice clicks..

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  7. Happy Janmashtami to you :D Gosh your platter is mind blowing.. So much for Krishna :) HE is going to be so very happy :D

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  8. ur platter luks awesome!! Happy Janmashtami to u too!!

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  9. Happy Krishna Jayathi to u and ur family...All dishes are too gud.

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  10. Happy Krishna Jayanthi to you and your family...nice Prasadam platter looks delicious!

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  11. Wonderful spread...! Gokulashtami wishes to u!!

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  12. wow..so many sweets...I wish I was ur neighbor....I could try at least some of these yummy sweets...looks fantastic.

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  13. Happy Janmashtami to u too..And thats a nice spread of traditional prasadam...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. That's a wonderful traditional prasadam spread...happy Janmastami to you

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  15. Prasad platter looks delicious.

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  16. Happy Janamshtami to you too, belated..Paanakamu chusi chesi chaala rojulu ayyindi...:) Very nice platter

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  17. That's a real feast ...hope you had great day

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  18. looks tempting and delicious. Nice treats. Happy Krishnashtami!!

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  19. and I took the easy way out by offering plain poha and bellam :)) Love the array of dishes you prepared using the two ingredients Chandana!

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