Spicy Cabbage Stir Fry in Coconut Thoran is a must item in every day Kerala lunch. We must say Thoran is prevalent in any Kerala sadhya menu. It is served as an accompaniment with rice and other curries. Thoran is essentially a coconut based vegetable dishes, or more precisely stir-fried vegetable dish served along with other…
Paruppu Payasam Paruppu Payasam/Cherupayar parippu payasam was one of the sweet dish from Onam Feast. Cherupayar parippu otherwise moong dal is one for kind lentil.
Mango in Yogurt Sauce or Mambazha Pulissery Pulissery is an integral part in any Kerala Fest/Sadya. It is sweet and sour…yoghurt and coconut based gravy… spiced with green chillies.
Vadukapuli / Wild Lemon / Naranga Curry
HAPPY ONAM “Life becomes a festival when gaiety and culture blend. Onam, a festival uniting the people of Kerala, delivers the message of both.” Onam is a vibrant and colorful festival, it is considered as the ‘festival of flowers’, as homes are decorated with flowers “floral carpet– “pookalam“”.
Pearl Onion Curry/Ulli Theeyal
Indian Cucumber/Vellarikka Pachadi
Sambar Kerala Style A beautiful lovely and aromatic SAMBAR
Avial (or Aviyal) Avial (or Aviyal) is a very popular South Indian dish made with a mix of vegetables, curd and coconut.
Pumpkin Erissery- Mathanga Erissery Erissery is a traditional recipe of Kerala, this recipe is one of the main dish in Onam Sadya. Erissery is made with pumpkin known as Mathanga in Malayalam, Red Beans (Vanpayar) along with coconut and few other ingredients with final touch of coconut, mustard tempering.
Puli Inji or Injipuli Puli Inji or Injipuli is a traditional Kerala recipe served in almost all Kerala sadyas (feasts) and no Kerala feast (sadya) is complete without this recipe. It is famous for its sweet sour hot spice taste. How this one recipe gets all these al flavors? I am not joking!!! Try this…