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28 states: How to make Tamil Nadu's Kambu Koozh

Last updated on: March 07, 2014 12:33 IST
Kambu Koozh

We had asked you, our readers, to share with us recipes and photographs from 28 states of India.

Today, we bring you the recipe of Tamil Nadu's Kambu Koozh.

Kambu Koozh is a traditional dish prepared from pearl millet -- kambu meaning pearl millet and koozh meaning porridge.

It's popularly served during the summers and is considered healthy because it has high water content, is easy to digest and is anything but fattening.

Also see:

Himachal Pradesh's Madra
Uttarakhand's Bal Mithai
Karnataka's Pandi Curry
Punjab's Makki Ki Roti and Sarson Ka Saag
Odisha's Chhena Poda
West Bengal's Daab Chingri
Bihar's Litti Chokha
Madhya Pradesh's Bhutte ka Kees
Kerala's Irachi Ishtu
Gujarat's special Khandvi
Masor Tenga, Assam's fish curry recipe
Andhra special Gongura Pachadi
Maharashtra's Thalipeeth

Presenting you the recipe for Tamil Nadu's Kambu Koozh:



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Rajasthan: Malaai Ghewar

Sikkim: Phagshapa

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