PREPARATION In continuation with the Sadya saga, today I’m sharing with you all another main side dish of Sadya, Erissery. This dish is wedded by the beautiful concoction of pumpkin and brown peas. The sweetness and softness of the pumpkin, the crunchiness and creaminess of the brown peas, when united in the presence of the […]View Recipe
Mezhukkupuratti is a style of preparation for vegetarian dishes in Kerala. Basically its stir frying veggies like french beans, string beans, elephant yam, Chinese potato, potato and raw plantains, which are customarily prepared in this style. This is an important part of the daily meal of a Mallu. Lunch is always served with a combination […]View Recipe
Preparation Vishu is a new year festival celebrated in the state of Kerala, India. It is similar to the New Year festivals observed elsewhere in India like Baisakhi (Punjab), Bihu (Assam), Naba Barsha(Bengal), Bisu (Tulu Nadu region in Karnataka) and Puthandu(Tamil Nadu). Vishu generally falls on April 14 of the Gregorian calendar. This occasion signifies […]View Recipe
Dal or Lentils are a very important staple of India. Given that Indians eat more lentils than anybody else in the world, the variations of dal preparations vary in every single region of India, though the basic in many are the same. Rice and dal are the staple diet of people across the nation irrespective […]View Recipe
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