Ugadi ~ Festival Recipes

Ugadi, Telugu New Year, is on 16th March, 2010. I have complied few festival recipes that can be prepared for Ugadi, to make it convenient for my dear readers. Hope you enjoy preparing the recipes and relish the festive treats with family and friends. ๐Ÿ™‚

More tel ugu new year, ugadi vantalu or recipes – Ugadi Festival Recipes

27 thoughts on “Ugadi ~ Festival Recipes

  1. Haii Sailaja gaaruu…

    i’ll visit yur blog again on tuesday
    mi fotos chuste chaalu….pandaga chesesukunnate kada ๐Ÿ™‚
    moreover i stay far from home, i cant make these as i stay in a hostel..
    so me blog chuste..INDIA lo unna feeling automatic ga vasthondi
    Anywayz thanks for posting all the festival foods together – really Great work

    Advance Happy UGADI to you, Satish gaaru and cute Nehal ๐Ÿ™‚
    njoy..!!
    take care..

  2. Hello Sailu,

    I visit your blog quite frequently. You make wonderful recipes and present them well too. I have made many recipes listed by you in your blog and they have come very tasty too.

    Very nice idea to list all the festival dishes together.

    Wish you and your family a Happy Ugadi ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. hi sailu,

    i just simply love all ur recipes..its quick and easy..most of them…im learning how to cook and after my mom u are my teacher…keep up the good work…and thanks for the blog.. im collecting all the compliments ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. ippudu US lo ardharaatri, but ee photos chooste noroorthondi. ventane annee cheseskuni tineyyalanipistondi. will surely make atleast a few of these items for ugadi. happy ugadi to you all.

  5. Hello sailu garu,

    Advance Ugadi wishes for u and ur family.
    After seeing all these recipes, i can’t wait till tuesday.
    uk lo minapa gullu dorakatal ledhu. Can we do garelu with minapappu (split one).i always do with the split dal, but i donno why my garelu turns soggy. please advice me. i want to make my garelu perfect for this ugadi.

  6. hi sailu,
    happy ugadi to u & ur family from toronto
    the recipes are presented in such a nice manner.
    even though i am not a great cook, but after following the method by u i am enjoying cooking.
    the ugadi dishes r sooo tempting, will definitely try out some

  7. Thanks Sailu, actually I was searching for something of this kind on the net, then saw the mail from your website. All at one place. Thanks a lot, this is wonderful. Will definitely make few of these delicious recipes.
    Btw, I wanted to tell you four points before I say happy Ugadi..
    1) I am a silent reader of ur mouthwatering blog and also one of the subscriber.
    2) When I daily check my mails, first I open the mails from your blog ๐Ÿ™‚
    3) I am leaving a comment here for the first time. ๐Ÿ™‚
    4) I am also from the wonderful city of Vizag but staying far away.

    You are simply superb.
    Happy Ugadi to you and your family.
    Thanks a lot.

  8. Hi Shailu;

    Thanks for coming up with the wonderful recipes which makes easier for me to prepare them during this Ugadi. Meaning that I don’t have to call my amma every time to prepare something during this special day. A Malaysian who is staying quite far away from parents after marriage. Neenda ubhakarum. Meekunu me kudumbanikku maa Ugadhi Subhakanchalu.

    Thanks.

  9. Sailugaru,

    Ugaadi subhakanshalu to you and your family.
    This is such a wonderful idea of putting all festival recipes together. Only a creative person like you can come with such an innovative idea. Please post like this for other major festivals also.

    May this new year bring much more happiness and laurels to you.

  10. Happy Ugadi Sailaja Garu. I was yearning for ugadi food in US and stuck on your site. Thanks a lot for your wonderful compilation. You made my ugadi yummmy ๐Ÿ™‚

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