Every year in January while north India welcome its first festival of Makar Sankranti, also spread happiness of Lohri and Pongal.  It is the most joyous season. Read more about Makar SankrantiLohri, and Pongal.

In Sankranti usually, a combination of til/sesame and jaggery is consumed with kite flying. In Lohri, it all related to bhangra/giddha, bonfire and revri/popcorn. Here I am presenting few recipes which you can make on the occasion of   Makar SankrantiLohri, and Pongal.

Makar Sankranti | Lohri | Pongal | Festival Recipes

1: Code2Cook is a blog of vegetarian and healthy recipes. Priya/Bhawana is the person behind this blog and writing, presentation, and photography all done by herself. It shows the journey from being an IT person to a Stay at home mom taking care of two toddlers. Pongal and Puran Poli are simple yet delicious sweets to make on this festival.

Savory Pongal
Savory Pongal

Puran Poli
Puran Poli

2: Firsttimercook is a blog maintained by Sasmita, an ex-software engineer by profession and food blogger by passion. She is the creator, writer & photographer of the foodie blog Firsttimercook (www.firsttimercook.com) where I share my thoughts about foods and you can find well-crafted recipes for the home cook.

Makara Chaula
Makara Chaula
Puffed Rice Chikki | Murmura Chikki
Puffed Rice Chikki | Murmura Chikki
Sesame Brown Sugar Ladoo
Sesame Brown Sugar Ladoo

3: Golden Spice is a food blog with a focus on easy recipes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Shibani Hota is the person behind of this blog.  She makes sure that her recipes are simple and easy to make. Her goal is to share delicious recipe ideas that anyone can make, from novice cooks to experienced foodies.

Doodh Puli
Doodh Puli
Sattu ki Berfi
Sattu ki Berfi
Til Ki Chikki
Til Ki Chikki
Moong Puli
Moong Puli
Coconut jaggery stuffed semolina puli
Coconut jaggery stuffed semolina puli
Nolen gurer Rosogolla / Rasgulla
Nolen gurer Rosogolla / Rasgulla
Til Aur Gud Ke Laddu
Til Aur Gud Ke Laddu
Poppy Seeds Flax Seed Chikki
Poppy Seed Flax Seed Chikki
Sweet Pongal
Sweet Pongal

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