Traditional Makar Sankranti Dishes That You Would Love To Eat.

Traditional Makar Sankranti Dishes That You Would Love To Eat.

  • v4ltechnologies
  • Jan 13, 2022

Makar Sankranti is the festival of joy and happiness that is celebrated with eternal joy every year on 14th January.  At this festival, people wear new clothes and fly their kites high in the sky in the daytime and lantern in the night with their friends.

Apart from flying kites, this festival has its special appearance for some delicious food and sweets that make every mouth watery. So without delaying a single minute, let’s have a small tour of the food that adds sweetness to your kite festival. 

 

Til Papdi/ laddoo

Til Papdi and til ka laddoo is a very tasty sweet that is specially cooked for Makar Sankranti. Every makar Sankranti is incomplete without this til Papdi and Laddoo add more sweetness to the festival. These basically made of jaggery and sesame seeds which are mixed in a proper proportion to give the laddoo and Papdi a perfect shape. 

 

Puran Poli

Puran Poli is a famous dish from Maharashtra and is mostly made at home for Sankranti and other Indian festivals when a get-together is held.  Puran Poli is classic stuff that is made of jaggery, moong ki daal, sesame seed, and gram flour in a fine proportion. This is served with the overloaded ghee that gives a tempting vibe when you eat it.

 

Churma Aur Kheer

Kheer and Churma is the eternal love of every Rajasthani, no matter where they are and what is their age. Churma is basically a delicious ensemble of dry fruits, sooji, sugar, and roasted wheat in ghee. Although kheer is made of milk, rice, and overloaded ghee and dry fruits which are served with til Papdi, Revdi, Gajak, and many more dishes.

 

Khichdi Papad

When it comes to north Indian festivals, it is incomplete without a variety of khichdi and roasted papad. There are a lot of varieties of khichdi that you can taste in winters only which as Baajre ki khichdi, moong ki khichdi, Makke ki khichdi, and many more are there that is served with ghee, Chaach, and til ka tel. 


Makar Sankranti is all in your way and you have very little time to decide what to do wear but what to eat is not a big problem now. Vocally is an indigenous app that is famous for its home-like food where you can get groceries to tasty Halwai ki mithai at one place.