Pongal means festivity or celebration. Maybe this is why a bite of sakkarai pongal or sweet pongal is like a celebration in your mouth! Learn how to prepare the healthiest versions of 10 Pongal & Sankranti Delicacies without using milk, sugar, or oil, yet 100% lip-smackingly delicious! Learn how to prepare the healthiest versions of 10 Pongal & Sankranti Delicacies without using milk, sugar, or oil, yet 100% lip smackingly delicious!
Sankranti is the harvest celebration. All over India, across various cultures and tongues, Sankranti is celebrated with til or sesame, grains, and something sweet - jaggery, bananas, or local fruits. From laddus to halwas and porridge to payasam, there is a whole wide range of lip smacking delicacies that are prepared exclusively for Sankranti.
On this online course, you will learn how to make these amazing dishes with zero animal and processed foods. We show you how to use 100% healthy whole plant foods to recreate your favourite dishes. We are talking about til laddus without sugar and sweet pongal without milk, but so delicious your family will fall in love with them!
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