Celebrate Makar Sankranti with these popular dishes

Makar Sankranti is on 14th January every year.

Here is a list of seven recipes that would surely appeal to your taste buds this Makar Sankranti.

If there is a list of culinary festivals that Indians like, Makar Sankranti is without a doubt at the top of the list. In India, the winter harvest festival has a lot to do with farming techniques. It also has a lot to do with delectable cuisines from all across the United States. Every year on January 14, the holiday is honored under several names in various Indian traditions. However, eating remains the most important aspect of it. The holiday, which commemorates the Sun’s passage into Capricorn, leaves a trail of traditional foods in its wake. There’s a lot to enjoy during this celebration.

Dalia Pongal: In the southern portion of the nation, this dish is a big hit. People enjoy Dalia Pongal at festive occasions such as Makar Sankranti. It’s pretty easy to make once you know the recipe. It appeals to individuals of all ages, especially children.

Gur Aur Aate Ka Halwa: Many of us enjoy making a fresh sweet delicacy like nutritious halwa during holidays, as the customs dictate. Any auspicious event is marked by the consumption of sweet foods such as this one. This gur aur atte ka halwa may become your go-to meal for the holidays. It takes about half an hour to cook and tastes delicious.

Murmura Laddoo: You may have puffed rice in the shape of these delectable murmura laddoos in addition to the flavorful and delicious bhelpuri. It’s a quick and easy dessert that will brighten your holiday mood. To make this dish, all you need is puffed rice, jaggery, and water.

Peanut Chikki: This one is a favorite for most people. If you like sweets, you know how much fun it is to eat a peanut chikki. This warm and crunchy sweet pleasure is best eaten in the winter. It is widely eaten during Lohri, Pongal, and Makar Sankranti.

Puran Poli: Maharashtrian cuisine is proud of its delicious flatbread. On the occasion of Sankranti, most people prefer to make some delightful puran polis. It’s a type of stuffed flatbread with a moong dal filling. So make this for the holiday and serve it hot with a dollop of ghee on top.

Til Ki Chikki: Til ki chikki is a must have during Makar Sankranti. It’s only appropriate to term it the ideal solution for mid-meal snacks. Celebrations are incomplete without it.

Til Laddoo:  The wonderful til laddoo served during Makar Sankranti is something we look forward to all year. Sesame seed, jaggery, and other ingredients are used to make this classic winter dessert.