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Ugadi 2020: Traditional Ugadi Pachadi To Start Off New Year With All The Six Tastes

Ugadi 2020: Traditional Ugadi Pachadi To Start Off New Year With All The Six TastesTraditional Ugadi Pachadi (For representational purpose)
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First of all, we wish all our readers ‘Happy Ugadi’ and hope this year goes very well with all new happenings…

First of all, we wish all our readers 'Happy Ugadi' and hope this year goes very well with all new happenings…

The first and foremost thing is to come out of the Corona fever and get back to regular works. Beit MNC's, Government offices or the private companies, everyone is facing a lot of troubles due to this deadly disease.

Well on this auspicious day, everyone needs to start off their day with the traditional 'Ugadi Pachadi'. There are many ways of making this recipe and according to regions the taste and ingredients keep changing but the essence of 6 tastes in one bowl will stay same all over.

We Hans India have come up with the easy and traditional recipe of Ugadi Pachadi… Have a look!

Ingredients Needed

• Mango pieces – 1 cup

• Tamarind extract – 1 cup

• Jaggery – ¼ cup

• Red Chilli Powder – 1 tsp

• Salt – As required

• Neem flowers – A few pieces

• Fruits like Banana, Pomegranate, etc...(optional)

• Fried Chana Dal – A few pieces

• Water – As required

Process

Firstly, take a bowl and add tamarind puree to it. Add enough water to it and then gradually add mango pieces, salt, jiggery, neem flowers, red chilli powder and fruits. Mix well until the jaggery gets dissolved. You can even add fruits and fried chana dal as per your wish.

That's it! The tasty and traditional 'Ugadi pachadi' is ready… Offer it to God and then have it to make your New Year begin the 6 tastes of your life.

We have jotted down the importance of each and every ingredient of this recipe… Have a look!

1. Mango – Tangy taste: This symbolizes the unexpected surprises of life.

2. Jaggery – Sweet taste: This symbolizes the sweet happenings and happiness of life.

3. Neem Flowers – Bitter taste: This symbolizes the sorrows and bitterness of life.

4. Tamarind puree –Sour taste: This represents the unpleasant and disgusting things of life.

5. Chilli powder – This signifies the anger and outbursts of life

6. Salt – Salty taste: This signifies the unknown fear of life.

Celebrate this festival by staying safe and home…

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