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April 12, 2019

Tamil New Year Recipes / Tamil Varusha Pirappu Recipes

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Tamil new year recipes

Here is a list of Tamil new year recipes/ Tamil puthandu special recipes/ Varusha pirappu recipes for pooja and lunch menu. On varusha pirappu day we offer mango pachadi, arisi paruppu payasam, neer mor and panakam to God. Apart from this, we make no onion no garlic lunch menu by making sambar, thayir pachadi with gooseberry or carrot or lady's finger, kootu or poriyal, urad dal vada with pepper. This menu is more like amavasya food / no moon day lunch. Some people also make 5 rice varieties like lemon rice, tamarind rice, coconut rice, sweet pongal and curd rice instead of making full meals. But usually I make Lady’s finger sambar, Gooseberry or carrot thayir pachadi, raw mango pachadi, raw banana poriyal or broad beans poriyal, rice and moong dal payasam , urad dal vada. I have given the links for all these recipes below. I have also shared the links for other options. Do check it out and try the menu according to your convenience and family practice.

Also check out my post on How to celebrate Tamil New Year at home  !

Tamil new year lunch menu

Tamil New Year Recipes Links



    Variety Rice Recipes + Vada + Payasam

    Check out my Full meals lunch menu post to view the order of arranging the dishes in banana leaf.


      (Skip onions and make it for festival day to offer God)





      Check out my 18 Payasam Varieties for full collection.



      • Rava Kesari Recipe

      • Kesaribath - Karnataka style

      • Milk kesari/Paal kesari recipe

      • Semiya/Vermicelli kesari

      • Microwave rava kesari

      • 12 Kesari varieties


      • Tamil nadu lunch menu 1

      • Tamil nadu lunch menu 2

      • No Onion No Garlic Lunch Menu

      • All the above recipe links are for variations. You can try any based on the availability of ingredients. Its not a hard and fast rule to make a full meals and offer GOD. Some people celebrate Tamil new year just by offering a payasam & vada. If you are a bachelor and wish to do the pooja, you can simply soak Poha/Aval in milk adding sugar &amp cardamom and offer to God. GOD will accept everything and anything if done whole heartedly. The celebration procedure I have shared here is based on my family practice. It may vary as per your tradition and custom. So beginners, please consult the elders of your family and do the pooja.

        Wish you all a very happy and prosperous Tamil New Year !!
        அனைவருக்கும் இனிய தமிழ் புத்தாண்டு நல் வாழ்த்துக்கள் !!!

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